Ecology encompasses the study of the varied and intricate relationships between organisms and their environments. Contemporary ecological research requires robust analytical tools and techniques to model ecosystems reliably or study ecological data. Wolfram Language offers a broad and powerful toolkit for researchers exploring complex ecological questions.

Join this colloquium to hear overviews of recent work in ecology by research experts from around the world. This event will feature a series of short presentations by academic speakers focused on their recent ecological research, highlighting how they have used Wolfram Language tools in their work. Attendees will gain insights into the application of computational approaches to ecological studies, ranging from structural and spatial ecology to food web dynamical modeling, demonstrating the versatility and capability of Wolfram Language in addressing critical ecological challenges.
Phileas Dazeley-Gaist
Colloquium Moderator, Wolfram Research
Jerome Goddard II, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics, Auburn University at Montgomery
Gareth Russell
Associate Professor of Ecology in the Federated Department of Biological Sciences at New Jersey Institute of Technology
Zhijie Feng
PhD Student at Boston University
Matteo Rizzuto
Postdoctoral Associate at School of the Environment, Yale University
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