Mechanisms and Functions of Group-Living
We study the mechanisms and functions of group-living in animals with an emphasis on social networks and collective behaviour. Our work on decision-making in animal groups has produced many insights and applications for problems in the human domain such as (a) algorithms for improved medical diagnoses and (b) solutions for human crowd management.
Group members at other institutions:
- Paul Viblanc (master student)
- Jean-Sebastien Finger (doctoral student)