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Dennis Ting Teck Wah Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Science

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Dennis Ting Teck Wah

Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Science dennis.ting@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Assistant Lecturer at Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Negara Brunei Darussalam since March 2016.

Obtained a BSc in Ecology and Environmental Biology (Upper Second Class Honours) from Imperial College London, UK in 2013.

Obtained an MSc in Ecological Applications (High Merit) from Imperial College London (Silwood Park Campus), UK in 2014.

Primary fields of interest/research:
Ecological interactions and mechanisms, use of statistics and Geographic Information Systems in ecology, cross-disciplinary approaches to ecological issues.

Current courses:
To be decided

Project aid and guidance:
I currently help staff and students with both R and QGIS technical guidance. Part of my responsibility is also to help fellow researchers decide which test statistics to use in their studies and why.

Current Research:
My current research activities are centred around investigating the effects of suspected invasive species on Tropical Forest Ecosystems. Specifically we are trying to determine the exact properties of the said invasive species and deduce what it is that allows it to out-compete the local species.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Ecological interactions and mechanisms, use of statistics and Geographic Information Systems in ecology, cross-disciplinary approaches to ecological issues.


GRANT DETAILS

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Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Collaborated in a study between Imperial College London and the University of Copenhagen as part of my MSc project looking at the optimization of resources of conservation organizations when dealing with stakeholders involved in conservation concession agreements.