Presentations

Invited workshops:

2018

Better figures with ggplot2 with UNSW Environmental Computing group
Slides here
Code here

Some of my work I have presented so far:

2018

Learning from lizards Invited public lecture for the Australian Herpetological Society, 2018

Life in cold blood: does metabolic rate predict age at maturity and longevity? Poster presentation at Joint Congress of Evolutionary Biology, 2016

Individual variation in thermal plasticity. Oral presentation for UNSW Postgraduate Research Forum, 2018 *Runner up for Outstanding Ecology and Evolution talk award

2017

Individual variation in thermal plasticity. Oral presentation for Australasian Evolution Society 2017 *Best speed talk award

Live fast die young: The role of developmental temperature on the evolution of pace-of-life syndromes. Oral presentation for UNSW Postgraduate Research Forum, 2017  *Outstanding Ecology and Evolution talk award

2016

Social learning in a family-living lizard.  Oral presentation for Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour, 2016 *Best speed talk award

Brain vs. Brawn: How does social dominance influence social information use? Oral presentation for Australian Society of Herpetologist conference, 2016

2015

Why do winners keep winner? Poster presentation for Behaviour Conference, 2015

Why do winners keep winning? Guest lecture for BBE200 Animal Behaviour unit at Macquarie University, 2015

Does performance predict the outcome of male contests in Eastern Water Skinks? Oral presentation for the Australian Society of Herpetologists conference, 2015

 

 

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