I thought it was about time I wrote a brief introduction to my PhD project, and why its so interesting to both those interested in mathematics and nature. In general I am interested in what behaviours cause animals to live …

## A Basic Mathematical Model of Animal Movement – Part 1 – For non-mathematicians

Mathematics can be used to describe processes we see everywhere! We can use maths to model how cancerous tumours form, how diseases spread in populations and how the patterns on animals coats form.

My favourite application of such mathematical models …

## Home Range Patterns of Long-Tailed Tits

My poster for the British Ecological Society Meeting in December 2018, which won the runner up poster prize. Later it won the best poster prize at Philip Maini’s 60th birthday conference “On growth and pattern formation” at the University of …