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Rachelle Binny

Researcher - Mathematical Modeller
Wildlife Ecology & Management
Rachelle Binny
Location
Lincoln
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Research interests


Role at Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research:

Researcher - Mathematical modelling, Wildlife Ecology and Management team, Lincoln


Research interests:

  • Mathematical and statistical modelling in ecology
  • Quantification of biodiversity outcomes from pest species management
  • Individual-based simulation models for collective movement
  • Spatiotemporal models of population dynamics


Professional affiliations / recognition:

2018 - present   Principle Investigator, Te Pūnaha Matatini (TPM), a New Zealand Centre of Research Excellence for complex systems and networks

2016-2017        Associate Investigator, TPM

2016                 Immediate Past Chair, TPM Whānau Committee (Emerging Scientists Network for TPM) 

2014-2015        Inaugural Chair, TPM Whānau Committee (Emerging Scientists Network for TPM) 

2012-2015        Marsden Fund PhD Scholarship, University of Canterbury, School of Mathematics and Statistics, NZ

2012-2015        Committee member, New Zealand Branch of Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Incorporated (ANZIAM)  

2012                 Sir James Black Award for Outstanding Achievement, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK


Member:    New Zealand Ecological Society (NZES)

                   New Zealand Mathematical Society (NZMS)

                   Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Incorporated (ANZIAM)  


Recent publications:

 


Qualifications

Dundee
BSc (Hons) Mathematical Biology
2012