Assessing the predictability of extinction risk using machine learning and pattern recognition

Lead Research Organisation: Imperial College London


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Studentship Projects

Project Reference Relationship Related To Start End Student Name
NE/P012345/1 30/09/2017 29/09/2023
2234257 Studentship NE/P012345/1 28/01/2019 31/01/2025
Description Daisy Balogh travel fund for travel and subsistence expenses related to PhD research
Amount £905 (GBP)
Organisation Zoological Society of London 
Sector Charity/Non Profit
Country United Kingdom
Description International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Young Scientist Summer Program 
Organisation International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Country Austria 
Sector Academic/University 
PI Contribution I was selected to take part in the Young Scientists Summer Program at IIASA, where I worked within the newly created Biodiversity group on a study on assessing predictability of vertebrate population trends.
Collaborator Contribution I carried out the work under the supervision of Dr. Martin Jung at IIASA.
Impact I am in the process of writing up the results of our analysis, which I aim to submit to a journal in the next 6 months
Start Year 2021