Research Opportunities



I am actively seeking postgraduate students to join my lab in the Department of Geography at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada beginning September 2019. Specifically, I have the following funded projects:

Funded MSc/PhD Oportunity: Human Mobility - Explore differences in travel behaviour between different employment types (traditional, self-employed, home-based business) using a large GPS tracking survey dataset collected as part of the WorkAndHome project.


Funded MSc Opportunities: Movement Ecology - Study movement behaviour and interactions between feral pigs and their spatial relationship with important agricultural crops. The study will use GPS collar data collected in the south-central USA and involve collaboration with the Noble Research Institute.

Please contact me with an up-to-date CV and example piece of work if you are interested in these topics to discuss further (International and Canadian students are eligible to apply).

I expect my students to have strong quantitative skills (e.g., statistics, geographical analysis) along with an ability to code (i.e., R or Python).
Further areas of interest where I would be interested in supervising postgraduate students: