I’m part statistician, part operations researcher. I’m a research fellow at the Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling at the University of St Andrews, where I currently work on two projects: modelling behavioural responses of whales to sonar, and designing the camera trap component of the first range-wide survey of snow leopards. I’m also adjunct associate professor in the Department of Statistical Sciences at the University of Cape Town, where I’m part of the Centre for Statistics in Ecology, the Environment, and Conservation (SEEC). I’m also interested in multi-criteria decision modelling (MCDM) for supporting decisions between options whose outcomes are uncertain, and applying machine learning to ecological classification tasks involving images, audio, and video. This page contains my CV.
This is a list of my publications in peer-review journals and conference proceedings. Copies of almost all of these papers are available on my ResearchGate page. If something is not available, send me an email and I’ll be happy to share it with you. My Google Scholar profile is here.
This section contains details of where and what I studied and my current and previous places of employment.
Information on all awards, research grants and funding I’ve received.
All my previous and current postgraduate students, with thesis titles.
This section contains information on my teaching experience - courses I’ve helped to develop, courses I’ve taught on, and workshops I’ve given. I’m moving most of my own material onto GitHub (and will do so for any new courses!) so have a look here if you are interested.
This page contains information about administrative positions I have held.