The new National Centre for Statistical Ecology (NCSE), a pioneering project which links research in the universities of Kent, Cambridge and St Andrews, has received a foundation grant of £1,101,447 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
The three partners in the new centre are the primary groups in the UK in the field of wildlife assessment, and all three are recognised internationally for their work on modelling population dynamics. By linking together these three groups, it is intended to create an inspirational environment for research in statistical ecology, with a major international reputation.
The first director of the NCSE is Professor Byron Morgan, from Kent’s top-rated research group in statistics, and the centre co-directors are Professor Steve Brooks from Cambridge and Professor Steve Buckland from St Andrews.
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