Conferences and Workshops

Upcoming Attendance


The World Congress of Herpetology in Dunedin, New Zealand, January.
I am co-organising a symposium on bioacoustics.


There are no more conferences planned for 2019

Planned Workshops

AFEC field course at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden

Workshop delivered on th 8-9th of November 2019 on SDM’s in R

Previous Conference Attendance and Delivered Worshops

Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation – Asia Pacific (2019) – Presentation

Acoustic monitoring using open-source hardware

Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (2019)

In-house workshop delivered on SDM’s in R on the 19th of August

Young Conservation Scientist Conference (2019) – Presentation

Acoustic monitoring using open-source hardware

Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation (2018) – Presentation

Bioacoustics of the amphibian community in Kinabalu Park and the use of open source resources for passive acoustic monitoring

Association for Tropical Biology (2018) – Poster

Altitudinal shifts of amphibian species over 80 years on Mount Kinabalu, Borneo 

Association for Tropical Biology (2018) – Workshop

Bioacoustic Analysis (workshop 7 delivered on the 30th of June).

The Digital Naturalism Conference (2018) – Project based

Configured LoRa to function with a Raspberry Pi based passive acoustic monitoring station

Southeast Asian Gateway of Evolution (2017) – Keynote Presentation (joint)

New biodiversity monitoring techniques: Where is technology taking us and how can we utilize it?

Symposia organiser: Biomonitoring

Joint Meeting of Ichtyologists and Herpetologists (2017)    – Presentation

Temporal partitioning in calling activity of the amphibian community in Kinabalu Park.

World Herpetology Congress (2016)    – Presentation

Ansonia platysoma, the effect of habitat variables on occupancy.

Conservation Asia (2016)    – Presentation

Automated acoustic monitoring: current use and challenges.

Biological Sciences Graduate Student Congress (2015)   – Poster

Optimal time allocation between sites under limited time and differing detection rates.

ICCB-ECCB Montpellier (2015)    – Speed Presentation

Training region effects on Species Distribution Models

SCB Asia Melacca (2014)   – Presentation

Statistical Power in Conservation.