Sravya Karur, a B. Tech student with specialization in Bioinformatics from Sastra University in Tamil Nadu, worked in our lab for her final year project for about five months, from Dec 2012 to April 2013. She worked on the “Role … Continue reading
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Here are pictures from our first lab trip on last Sunday, 27th Jan 2012; we went to Saavandurga, a beautiful rocky hill around 60km south of Bangalore on Magadi road. It considered one of the largest monoliths in Asia. Views from … Continue reading
UPDATE: The advertised position has been filled up. We are looking for one (but possibly two) project assistant(s) to work in one of the following general research areas. (i) Animal movement and collective behavior OR (ii) Spatial vegetation patterns (especially semi-arid regions). The work … Continue reading
Our Science paper, “Predatory fish select for coordinated collective motion in virtual prey. Science. 337: 1212-1215” by Ioannou, Guttal and Couzin which resulted as a part of my post-doctoral collaborative work at Iain Couzin’s lab is now out. I was lucky to … Continue reading
UPDATE: If you are an KVPY fellow, or an INSPIRE fellow, or would not mind supporting yourself for the summer, you are welcome to write to me to discuss options for summer project. It would be helpful if you write … Continue reading
I will be conducting a short workshop at YETI (Young Ecologists Talk and Interact), a conference organized by, and for, students of ecology in India. This conference started fairly recently, in 2008, and has become very popular and successful. I … Continue reading
I have added a Join Us page, officially welcoming anyone interested in our work to join the lab! Join Us to explore the unexplored!
Yesterday, on Sept 5th 2011, I joined the Center for Ecological Science as an Assistant Professor. I am trying use wordpress to host both my webpage and this blog. Will I keep this blog active, or will it die a … Continue reading
My first publication at Princeton has appeared in PNAS. It puts together computational models of collective behaviour with the evolutionary game theory, and more specifically, in the context of migration. Here is the link to the paper. The paper was … Continue reading