Associate Professor (Office: S3-01-11)
Ryan is a theoretical ecologist with an interest in tropical forest ecology and biodiversity. He completed an undergraduate degree in Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Melbourne and a PhD in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University. Current major research projects aim to understand the mechanisms responsible for large-scale patterns of tree diversity in tropical forests and to estimate extinction rates in the tropics. Download Ryan’s CV here.
Senior Research Fellow
Tak constructs and uses mathematical models to investigate processes governing population dynamics in complex ecosystems. He studied Mathematics at Imperial College London as an undergraduate, before doing two PhDs at University College London and Queen’s University Belfast, on modelling the dynamics of coral reef and temperate marine shelf ecosystems. Tak is working on a range of projects including models of tropical forest dynamics and epidemiological models of dengue in Singapore. More details on Tak can be found at his personal website.
Nadiah is a theoretical ecologist with broad interests in dynamical systems. She is currently working on applications of evolutionary game theory to conservation problems. More details on Nadiah can be found at her personal website.
Hyee Shynn Lim
Shynn completed her BSc at the University of Plymouth in the UK, and is now working as a research assistant in our lab. She is working on the Sundaland bird biogeography project, in collaboration with Frank Rheindt’s lab. She is also working on models of habitat fragmentation and species diversity.
Guan Tong is a fourth-year undergraduate student doing her Honours project on modelling the COVID-19 epidemic in Singapore.