My research can be grouped into two areas:
My methodological work, of course, doesn't stand on its own. It arises from needs and challenges of my ecological work or that of others, such as needs for new data analysis or modelling tools. Ultimately, this aims at improving our understanding and predictions of ecologicaly systems.
Movement upscaled: From behavioural responses to population dynamics of interacting animal species.
PI: Ulrike Schlägel
Funding: DFG Emmy Noether Programme (German Research Foundation)
Integrating biodiversity research with movement ecology in dynamic agricultural landscapes
Spokesperson: Florian Jeltsch (UP)
Funding: DFG Research Training Group (GRK)
Models on the move: Memory and temporal discretization in animal movement
Supervisor: Mark Lewis (U Alberta)
Funding: iCORE (now part of Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures); PIMS (Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences)