Research topics of interest to this group include: Statistical Modelling in Environmental and Ecological Science, Bayesian Methods of Statistical Inference, and Statistical Computing and Graphics.
|Ms. Áine Dooley||Dr. Caroline Brophy||Modelling techniques for biodiversity and ecosystem multifunctionality - theoretical development and application. (PhD)|
|Mr. Jack McDonnell||Dr. Caroline Brophy
Dr Deirdre Hennessy, Teagasc
Dr Laurence Shalloo Teagasc
|Predicting grass growth at farm level to allow producers to adapt to changing and volatile weather conditions (PhD)|
|Mr. Mark O'Connell||Dr. Katarina Domijan & Dr. Catherine Hurley||(PhD)|
|Dr. Denise Earle||Dr. Catherine Hurley||Combinatorial methods for Data Visualization. (PhD) (2011)|
- Conference on Applied Statistics Ireland (CASI) 2013. , 15-17 May, 2013.
- Irish Statistical Association Short Course: The Association Graph and the Multigraph for Loglinear Models. 3rd-4th November 2011.
Presented by Harry Khamis.
Organised by Caroline Brophy.
- Irish Statistical Association Short Course: Mixed Models and Convergence Issues. 4th-5th March 2010.
Presented by Catherine Truxillo and Russell Wolfinger (SAS Inc).
Organised by Caroline Brophy and John Connolly.
Recent Conference Talks
- Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, (8th – 12th August 2011) “Climatic effects on the composition of four-species agronomic grassland systems at 30 sites over three years.” Presented by C Brophy.
- Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, (8th – 12th August 2011) “Assessing interactions among species in high richness communities using Diversity-Interaction modelling combined with random effects.” Presented by A Dooley.