If you feel challenged by combining experimental work with mathematical theory, by testing whether Einstein’s approach to Brownian motion applies to moving animals, or by whether the large-scale collapse of mussel beds is explained by the way of movement of star fish, than maybe you are in for a Master’s project at my lab at the NIOZ.
We are looking for student that like doing modeling and/or experiments in our laboratory set-up, to investigate how animals move in response to conspecifics, prey or predators.
With this data, we can make models that integrate individual movement in a population setting to study the interplay between individual behavior and pattern formation.
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The laboratory setup