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Aaron Clauset

Ph.D. University of New Mexico (with distinction), 2006 • Assistant Professor Affiliate
Computer Science
Research Interests My research program aims to identify fundamental principles of organization for complex social and biological systems, and how data and computation can be used to illuminate them. Much of this work is organized around two themes. The first theme focuses on how interactions at smaller scales within a system drive regularities and dynamics at larger scales. For instance, how does the human malaria parasite maintain the functionality of...
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Eve-Lyn Hinckley

Ph.D. Stanford University, 2009 • Assistant Professor Affiliate
Brief Description of Research Interests I am a biogeochemist by training, and my research program focuses on three primary areas: (1) investigating interactions between biogeochemical and hydrological processes in managed and unmanaged systems; (2) co-developing approaches to optimize fertilizer, pesticide, and water management in agricultural systems; and (3) designing network observatories to measure and monitor the consequences of human activities for air, land, and water systems. Research Interests My research...
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Joanna E. Lambert

Ph.D., U. Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign, 1997 • Professor Affiliate
Environmental Studies
Research Interests My theoretical interests are in evolutionary, community, and nutritional ecology, with a taxonomic focus on primates and carnivores and regional focus on equatorial Africa and the western United State. Over the years, my research has developed along three complementary and synergistic trajectories, including: • nutritional ecology and the evolution of feeding adaptations, • community ecology (esp. plant-animal interactions), and • conservation biology and species resilience in anthropogenic landscapes...
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Orit Peleg

Ph.D., ETH Zurich, 2012 • Professor Affiliate
I am a broadly trained physicist with a passion for living systems. My research is aimed at understanding how organisms buffer themselves against large environmental fluctuations and accommodate adaptation over a wide range of length and time scales. This includes protein assemblies that remain intact under varying external mechanical and chemical stimuli, beetles that navigate using volatile celestial cues, and honeybee clusters that change their morphology to both withstand mechanical...
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Alex Rose

Ph.D. UC Santa Cruz • Assistant Professor Affiliate
Dr. Alexandra Rose is the Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research site (NWT LTER). She also works for CU Science Discovery as a High School Programs manager and Broader Impacts Liason. Her emphasis in both of these positions is science communication, and engaging public audiences of all ages in scientific research. Alex has a diverse professional and educational background. She has a PhD in...