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This is an open call to all students interested in joining the Ioannou group for their PhD. For UK students (or EU students that have been in the UK for at least 3 years), there is competitive funding we apply for from various sources here, but note that our successful applicants have some of the following: first class bachelors degrees, distinction in their masters, relevant experience, first-author published paper (or in press) and prizes for academic achievement. For non-UK students, please only get in touch if you know of PhD funding opportunities that you are eligible and competitive for.
Herbert-Read J.E., Kremer L., Bruintjes R., Radford A.N., Ioannou C.C. (2017) Anthropogenic noise pollution from pile-driving disrupts the structure and dynamics of fish shoals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B., 284: 20171627, 10.1098/rspb.2017.1627.
Duffield C., Ioannou C.C. (2017). Marginal predation: do encounter or confusion effects explain the targeting of prey group edges? Behavioral Ecology, 10.1093/beheco/arx090
Ioannou C.C. (2017) Swarm intelligence in fish? The difficulty in demonstrating distributed and self-organised collective intelligence in (some) animal groups. Behavioral Processes, 141: 141-
Ioannou C.C., Ramnarine I.W., Torney C.J. (2017) High-predation habitats impact the social dynamics of collective exploration in a shoaling fish. Science Advances, 3, 5, e1602682, 10.1126/sciadv.1602682.
Ioannou C.C., Dall S.R.X. (2016) Individuals that are consistent in risk-taking benefit during collective foraging. Scientific Reports, 10.1038/srep33991.
McDonald N.D., Rands S.A., Hill F., Elder C., Ioannou C.C. (2016) Consensus and experience trump leadership, suppressing individual personality during social foraging. Science Advances, 2, 9, e1600892, 10.1126/sciadv.1600892.
Santos R.G., Pinheiro H.T., Martins A.S., Riul P., Bruno S.C., Janzen F.J., Ioannou C.C. (2016) The anti-predator role of within-nest emergence synchrony in sea turtle hatchlings. Proceedings of the Royal Society B., 283: 20160697, 10.1098/rspb.2016.0697.
Ioannou C.C., Singh M., Couzin I.D. (2015) Potential leaders trade-off goal-oriented and socially-oriented behaviour in mobile animal groups. American Naturalist, 186: 284-293, 10.1086/681988.
Bauer U., Federle W., Seidel H., Grafe T.U., Ioannou C.C. (2015) How to catch more prey with less effective traps: explaining the evolution of temporarily inactive traps in carnivorous pitcher plants. Proceedings of the Royal Society B., 282: 20142675, 10.1098/rspb.2014.2675.
Guillaume, R., Fernö, A., Ioannou C.C., Handegard N.O. (2015) Towards a firmer explanation of large aggregations in fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 10.1007/s11160-014-9367-5.
Berdahl B., Torney C.J., Ioannou C.C., Faria J.J., Couzin I.D. (2013) Emergent sensing of complex environments by social animal groups. Science, 339: 574-576, 10.1126/science.1225883.
Ioannou C.C., Guttal V., Couzin I.D. (2012). Predatory fish select for coordinated collective motion in virtual prey. Science, 337: 1212-1215, 10.1126/science.1218919.
Couzin I.D., Ioannou C.C., Demirel G., Gross T., Torney C.J., Hartnett A., Conradt L., Levin S.A., Leonard N.E. (2011). Uninformed individuals promote democratic consensus in animal groups. Science, 332: 1578-1580, 10.1126/science.1210280.
Katz Y., Tunstrøm K., Ioannou C.C., Huepe C., Couzin I.D. (2011). Inferring the structure and dynamics of interactions in schooling fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108: 18720-18725, 10.1073/pnas.1107583108.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 64.60
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