About Me

I am an applied mathematician currently living in Toulouse, France. I am interested in how to make good decisions under uncertainty, and how much information is needed to make good decisions. In my life as a research scientist, I applied my skills in mathematics to solve decision problems in ecology and environmental management. My early research focused on dynamic decision processes under uncertainty and the value of information. Later, I also worked on resource allocation problems; in particular, the allocation of ecological survey effort over space and time.

Projects included:

  • Optimising ecological survey effort over space and time
  • A two-step Adaptive Management framework for choosing between two management options
  • Weed management – how to allocate effort across invasion states for multiple species

After an extended maternity leave, I am currently working as a teaching assistant at the Toulouse Business School.