Msc in Computational Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Imperial College London (course description)
2011 - 2014
BA in Biological Sciences, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
Evolutionary theory, especially selection and game theory in the context of social evolution.
Computational modelling of ecological systems.
Evolution of digital lifeforms.
My Master's thesis used neutral theory simulations to look at what fators could influence the formation of a latitudinal diversity gradient. My supervisor was James Rosindell at Silwood Park.
My undergraduate thesis looked at the evolution of territory size in an abstract model. The project determined evolution of super-territories was selfish not spiteful. Undertaken under Jay Biernaskie of the West group.