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Women in Computing: Computing for wildlife

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Henriette Raphael Building

Guy's Campus

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You are invited to our next Women in Computing Seminar on Thursday 25th January at King's College London, Waterloo Campus. Our speaker will be Dani Rabaiotti, a PhD Student at the Zoological Society of London and University College London.

Dani will be talking about her research on Computating for wildlife: the use of technology to study climate impacts on the African wild dog

Dani is a PhD student at the Zoological Society of London and University College London studying the impact of climate change on African wild dogs. Her research uses long term data to unravel the effect of high temperatures from a behavioural to a species level. The approaches used in her work range from generalised linear models to spatially explicit population modelling. Prior to her PhD Dani undertook a MRes in Biodiversity and Conservation at Leeds University, where her researched focused on bat habitat use and habitat suitability mapping and an undergraduate degree in Zoology at the university of Bristol where she used radiotelemetary to investigate fox territory use. Dani is also a science communicator and author, having co-written the book ‘Does It Fart?’ and is a contributor to BBC Wildlife and The Verge.

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5:30-6:00pm - Registration

6:00-6:10pm - Introduction

6:10-7:00pm - Talk (with Q+A)

7:00-8:00pm - Socialising with drinks and nibbles

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