Seminars

NCSE seminars are transmitted by video conference. All are welcome to attend.

Current Seminars

Past Seminars

  • 1st February 2012
    Tom Leinster, University of Glasgow, UK
    Measuring diversity: the importance of species similarity
  • 14 January 2010
    Perry de Valpine, University of California Davis, USA.
    Classical analysis of state-space models for population dynamics
  • 15 December 2008
    Gary White, Colorado State University, USA.
    Program MARK Overview and Recent Additions
  • 27 November 2007
    Geir Storvik, University of Oslo, Norway.
    Modelling Pollock egg counts from the western Gulf of Alaska by a zero-inflated Bayesian hierarchical space-time model
  • 14 November 2007
    Ed Ionides, University of Michigan, USA.
    Inference for nonlinear dynamical systems, with applications to the ecology of infectious diseases.
  • 19 October 2007
    Jon Barry, CEFAS, UK
    How many benthic species are there and how bad is dredging for them
  • 24 May 2007
    Jean-Michel Gaillard, University of Lyon, France.
    How does individual heterogeneity influence detection of senescence and trade-offs: ungulates as case studies
  • 16 May 2007
    Paul Conn, Colorado State University, USA.
    Bayesian analysis of wildlife age-at-harvest data
  • 5 February 2007
    William Browne, University of Nottingham, UK.
    Using complex random effect models in epidemiology and ecology
  • 29 November 2006
    Carmen Fernandez, Spanish Oceanographic Institute.
    Inference for state space models of wild animal populations
  • 30 August 2006
    David Fletcher, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
    Mark-Recapture Models and Population Dynamics
  • 19 June 2006
    Mark Maunder and Rick Deriso, Inter American Tropical Tuna Commission, San Diego, USA.
    Including covariates in population dynamics models
  • 12 June 2006
    Dave Thomson, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany.
    Statistical Analyses in Biodemography