I completed my undergraduate studies at University College London where I read for a Mathematics with Modern Languages Msci. I have since moved to the University of Warwick, where I comleted the combined Msc+PhD Complexity DTC programme.
Supervisors: Jim Bull from Life Sciences, Swansea University and Matt Keeling from Mathematics & Life Sciences.
Thesis title: Pattern Formation and Resilience in Vegetative Ecosystems.
Investigted spatial growth phenomena in Seagrass ecology using a variety of statistical and mathematical techniques. These include patch dynamic models and using fractal properties of patch clusters to infer biological processes.
- pattern formation
- Quantifying variability and extinction
- model fitting
I am also interested in transient behaviour in Host-Parasitoid dynamics and disease and species diffusion on fragmented environments.
I completed two projects as part of my MSc in complexity:
- The Role of Memory in Adaptive Food Webs
- The Role of Hubs in the Emergence of Tags on Scale-Free Networks
- Topics in Mathematical Biology Support Class 2011-2013(MA390)
- Undergraduate Supervisor
Read my article for the Complexity newletter here