Hong Du are working under Prof. Hugh Possingham's supervision during her time at the University of Queensland. She is currently working on dealing with the incommensurability among multiple benefits of conservation actions for helping decision-making, and this will become a chapter in her thesis: “environmental values and decision-making” that aims to integrate ethical analysis and social impact into environmental decision-making. During her stay at UQ, she is deeply experiencing the gap between what conservation people are actually doing and what humanists thought they should do.
First let me introduce myself. My name is Yan Wang. I am teacher of the Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University. I teach advanced mathematics and computer graphics .Currently, I am a lecturer and PhD Candidate majoring in forestry ecology from Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University in China. I graduated from Dalian Maritime University with my master's degree in 2006, majoring in Combination Mathematics. Now, I am engaging in the sensitivity and uncertainty analysis of ecology model research for my doctor's degree. Research interests Graph theory and combinatorial optimization Algorithm Current research The Sensitivity and Uncertainty Analysis of Ecology Model