Former Ph.D. Students

Name Degree received Thesis Where are they now?
Peter Harrington 2022 Sources, sinks, and sea lice: determining patch contribution and transient dynamics in marine metapopulations Postdoctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia
Chris Heggerud 2021 Modelling phytoplankton across many scales: transient dynamics, human interactions, and niche differentiation in the light spectrum Postdoctoral Fellow, Hastings Lab University of California Davis
Dean Koch 2020 The spread of the mountain pine beetle: challenges and solutions in large-scale spatial ecological modeling Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alberta
Samuel Fischer 2020 Quantitative Methods for Controlling the Spread of Invasive Species Postdoctoral Fellow, Helmholz Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig, Germany
Nathan Marculis 2019 Integrodifference models for neutral genetic patterns
and trade-offs in ecology
Brewmaster/Business Owner, Irrational Brewing Company Edmonton, Alberta
Mélodie Kunegel-Lion 2019 Mountain Pine Beetle Population Dynamics and Management Researcher, Northern Forestry Centre (NRCa)
Jody Reimer 2019 Predator and prey, past, present, and projected: modelling polar bears and ringed seals in a dynamic Arctic Wylie Assistant Professor Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics, University of Utah
Stephanie Peacock 2015 Modeling Disease Transmission From Aquaculture to Wild Salmon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Departments of Biological Sciences and Ecosystem and Public Health,  University of Calgary
Ulrike Schlägel 2015 Modeling Wolf Movement and Researching State-side Models Postdoctoral Fellow within the BioMove research training group, University of Potsdam
Marie Auger- Méthé 2014 Walking in Their Footsteps: New Approaches to Identify Behavioural Processes and Define Home Ranges Using Animal Movement Data Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in the Department of Statistics, Institute for the Oceans & Fischeries, University of British Columbia
Harshana Rajakaruna 2013 Temperature and Propagule Flow on Invasibility Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Microbiology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Andria Dawson 2013 Models for Forest Growth and Mortality: Linking Demography to Competition and Climate Assistant Professor of Mathematics in the Department of General Education, Mount Royal University (MRU)
Peter Molnár 2009 Modelling future impacts of climate change and harvest on the reproductive success of female polar bears (Ursus maritimus) Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Toronto
Raluca Eftimie 2008 Modeling animal group formation Reader in the Department of Marhematics, University of Dundee
Marty Krkošek 2008 Effects of salmon aquaculture on sea lice transmission and wild salmon population dynamics Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
Chris Jerde 2007 NIS Arrival and Establishment Assistant Researcher, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara
Tomas de Camino-Beck 2006 Theoretical Considerations for Biocontrol Teacher, Lead University, Costa Rica
Jungmin Lee 2006 Prey-taxis and its applications National Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Korea
Tom Robbins 2004 Seed dispersal and biological invasions: a mathematical analysis Vice President of Software Development, BioFire, Salt Lake City UT
Robert van Kirk 1995 Integrodifference Models of Biological Growth and Dispersal Senior Scientist, Henry’s Fork Foundation, Ashton, ID