NCSE Online Seminars

Seminars

For further information about NCSE Seminars please contact seminar organisers:

Oscar Rodriguez de Rivera Ortega and Théo Michelot

 

Wednesday, 22nd June 2022: 13:30GMT
Joanna Mills-Flemming (Dalhousie University)
Title: TBC

Wednesday, 18th May 2022: 13:30GMT
Rafaela Cobucci Cerqueira (Universidade Federal de Lavras)
Title: Title: Simple modeling approaches can increase knowledge in Road Ecology – Case studies for endangered species in Brazil

Previous Seminars
Wednesday, 6th April 2022: 13:30GMT
Jason Matthiopoulos (University of Glasgow)
Title: Statistical Models of Extinction Debts and Colonisation Credits in Ecological Communities

Wednesday,9th March 2022: 13:30GMT
Manuela Gonzalez-Suarez (University of Reading)
Title: Trait-based models help us understand and predict roads impact on wildlife

Wednesday, 9th February 2022: 13:30GMT
Gavin Simpson (Aarus University)
Title: Quantifying trends in biodiversity with generalized additive models

Wednesday, 19th January 2022: 13:30GMT
Andre Python (Zhejiang University)

Wednesday 8th December 2021, 13:30 GMT
Dr Fay Frost [PDRA] (University of Kent)
Statistical Modelling of Collective Animal Movement

Sonia Illanas Calvo [PhD Student] (Wildlife Research Institute (IREC-CSIC-UCLM-JCCM))
Relationship between habitat favorability using BART and abundance of European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) at Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) populations.

Gonzalo Albaladejo Robles [PhD Student] (CBER – UCL, ZSL)
Life-histories and recent land-use changes determines populations change rates

Wednesday, 24th November 2021, 13:30GMT
Aitor Gastón (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid/Technical University of Madrid)
Title: Predicting species distributions with flexible and regularised regression models

Wednesday, 29th September 2021, 13:30GMT
Stefanie Muff (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Title: Accounting for individual‐specific variation and GPS measurement error in habitat‐selection studies

Wednesday 31st March 2021 13:30 GMT
Speaker: Oscar Rodriguez de Rivera Ortega, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science, University of Kent
Title: Joint Species Distribution Modelling with HMSC: Community matters.

Wednesday 3rd March 2021 13:30 GMT
Speaker: Ben Swallow, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Glasgow
Title: Parallel tempering as a mechanism for facilitating inference in hierarchical hidden Markov models

Wednesday 20th January 2021, 13:30 GMT
Speaker: Vianey Leos Barajas ( University of Toronto).
Title: Learning through failing with hidden Markov models