About Me

I am an applied mathematician currently living in Toulouse, France. I have recently embarked on a new project at the French National Civil Aviation School (ENAC) in the area of Information Geometry. More on that soon…

Previously, I applied my skills in mathematics to solve optimisation problems in ecology and environmental management. My early research focused on dynamic decision processes under uncertainty and the value of information. More recently, I have also worked on resource allocation problems; in particular, the allocation of ecological survey effort over space and time.

Recent projects include:

  • 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