Prof. Edward A. Codling

 

Professor of Mathematical Biology

Department of Mathematical Sciences

University of Essex, UK

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Grants and Projects

 

I regularly act as a grant reviewer for NERC, BBSRC, EPSRC, Leverhulme, and The Royal Society in the UK. I also review for the Human Frontier Science Program, NOAA (US Government), the Finland Academy of Sciences, the Russian Science Foundation, and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).

I have been a member of the NERC Peer Review College since 2010.

 

 

∞  Grants Received

Date Value Funding body Other Investigators Researcher(s) Duration Title
28/12/2012 45,000

FAWT

Main supervisor:

 Jon Amory (Writtle)

Co-supervisor:

Zoe Barker (Writtle)

Holly Hodges (PhD)

3 years Use of tracking technology to detect changes in behaviour of dairy cows related to management for early disease identification
17/08/2012 820,330 FEC*

 

(*Essex: 341,985)

BBSRC

Co-PI: Jon Amory (Writtle)

Co-Is: Darren Croft (Exeter), Nick Bell (RVC)

Dr Jorge Vazquez Diosdado (Essex)

Dr Zoe Barker (Writtle)

3.25 years Assessment of Dairy Cow welfare through Predictive Modelling of Individual and Social Behaviour
29/06/2012

€120,000*

AXA

PI: Nikolai Bode*

*AXA Research Fellowship

Nikolai Bode*

*AXA Research Fellowship

2 years Individual-specific risks in evacuation: women and children first?
7/06/2011 1300

BES

Alex Dumbrell n/a 18 Sept 2011 Understanding mathematical models in ecology: a workshop for the uninitiated empiricist
28/02/2011 5000

LMS

Alex Dumbrell n/a 19-21 Sept 2011 Mathematical and Theoretical Ecology Conference Essex 2011
19/01/2010 504,794 FEC

NERC

PI: Michael Steinke (Essex) 

Co-I: Steve Archer (PML)

Dr Mark Breckels

Nicola Lewis  (PhD)

3.25 years Role of dimethyl sulphide (DMS) in pelagic tritrophic interactions.
10/07/2008 85,588 FEC NERC n/a

Dr Graeme Thorn

1 year Simplifying the assessment and management of fisheries and other natural resources.
01/02/2008 €625,270 Marine Institute Ireland (Sea Change NDP 2007-2013) PI: Emer Rogan (UCC)

Co-I: Ciaran Kelly (MI)

Dr Sarah Kraak 7 years Develop and test through simulation a suite of measures that will contribute to rebuilding depleted fish stocks in waters around Ireland.
01/02/2008 €105,000 Marine Institute Ireland (Sea Change NDP 2007-2013) PI: Emer Rogan (UCC)

Co-I: Colm Lordan (MI)

Hocine Benchikh (PhD) 3.5 years Modelling the ecology, population dynamics, assessment & management of Nephrops (Nephrops norwegicus) in the waters around Britain & Ireland.
01/02/2008 €115,000 Marine Institute Ireland (Sea Change NDP 2007-2013) PI: Emer Rogan (UCC)

Co-I: Ciaran Kelly (MI)

Deepak George Pazhayamadom (PhD) 4 years The application of signal detection methods to the fisheries management system.

Grants received total = 1,462,012 + €965,270      (equivalent to approximately 2.25 million at current exchange rates)

 

 

∞  Project Involvement

EUROCEANS substitute PI for University of Essex, 2006-2008.

 

 

 

   

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