People

noa+poppy_fieldNoa Pinter-Wollman

Assistant Professor
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of California, Los Angeles
nmpinter [at] ucla [dot] edu
CV

Postdocs:

Thiago Mosqueiro:

Thiago picThiago received his BS and PhD in Physics from the University of São Paulo (UCSD). During his PhD, he was a visiting graduate student at the BioCircuits Institute (BCI) and at the Rady School of Management, both at University of California San Diego (UCSD). His main research interests are mathematical and computational modeling applied to systems biology, especially neuroscience.
thmosqueiro [at] ucla [dot] edu
thmosqueiro.vandroiy.com

Edmund Hunt:

unnamedEdmund is interested in understanding how macroscopic decisions arise from simple, local interactions between agents. He received a BSc in physics from Imperial College London and MPhil in economics at the University of Oxford. After working for three years in banking regulation on risk management, he completed a PhD in complexity science at the University of Bristol on decision-making by Temnothorax ant colonies using both lab-based experiments and theory. Currently he works on the importance of behavioral heterogeneity among group members.
ehunt [at] ucla [dot] edu

Undergraduate students:

Hannah Page:

_mg_9565-print-costco-rancho-glossy-2x3-pdf-adobe-acrobat-pro-page-001Hannah is a sophomore at UCLA pursuing a degree in Environmental Science. She is interested in the allocation of exploratory individuals within Argentine Ant colonies to specific areas where they are most needed.

hpage204 [at] gmail [dot] com

Kevin Neumann:

Kevin is in his second year at UCLA, pursuing a degree in Ecology, Behavior and Evolution. He is interested in aggressive interspecies interactions, and is currently working on comparing the effects of individual aggression on group behavior in Argentine ants and odorous ants.

neumannkevin10 [at] ucla [dot] edu

Artem Pashinchinskiy:

Artem is a Computational and Systems Biology major at UCLA working on the effects of architecture on the collective behavior of harvester ants using agent based models.

art.pashch [at] gmail [dot] com

 

Past lab members:

Postdocs:

Reut Berger-Tal (2015) now at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Undergraduate students:

UCLA: Melissa Peng (2016-17)

UCSD: Brian Mi (2015-16), Camila Fernandez (2016), Brandyn Wong (2016), Rediet Geremew (2016), Lyne Hao (2015), Andrew Le (2015), Megan Hayes (2015), Andrew Sweeney (2015), Natalie Postaljian (2014),  Zachary Ewald (2014), Ashley Hui (2013), Annamarie Go (2013), and James Huettne (2013).