I’m currently head of the Indicators and Assessment Unit at the Institute of Zoology, ZSL. I’m a visiting research fellow with CoMPLEX and CBER at UCL and a research associate with OXNAV in the Animal Behaviour group at Oxford University.
I’m particularly interested in topics at the interface between behaviour, ecology and computation with a focus on the application of computational techniques to analysing animal behaviour. From systems to record the behaviour of animals in the wild, to the development of novel techniques to analyse these data.
I joined the working group Computer Systems & Telematics (CST) at the Freie Universität Berlin as a member of the Scientific Staff in January 2006. I’m also affiliated to the Computational Science Laboratory at Microsoft Research in Cambridge.
My research is in the area of Wireless Sensor Networks. I focus on software development support and system integration.
We’re very grateful to Prof. Tim Guilford, at the Oxford Navigation Group, Animal Behaviour, Oxford University for his close collaboration, support and guidance in helping to improve and develop the Mataki project.