Nayomi is interested in integrating statistical modelling, risk analysis and cost calculations, specifically in assessing time-to-failure data and probabilistic decision making.
Sana is interested in how to integrate science and practice to deliver better conservation outcomes in environmental decision making.
Gayan is interested in exploring the statistical aspects of analysing data from expert elicited experiments.
Elise is interested in the reproducibility of ecological decision models, specifically, how to value and measure conservation / restoration outcomes.
Greg is interested in how decisions are made in classical biological control. He is studying methods to 1) assess the risk of introducing a new biological control agent, and 2) maximise establishment success of biological control agents that are approved for release.
Lucy is a PhD candidate researching prioritisation tools for biodiversity conservation of wetlands. Her work aims to help improve the quality of decisions made about investments in wetland biodiversity conservation. She is particularly interested in how we can make better decisions when faced with uncertainty and when there are multiple species and options at play.
Thiri is interested in modelling and estimating the implications of human mobility and close contact on infectious disease transmission in rural areas in the Northern Territory, Australia with imperfect data.