I started my PhD at NUS in August 2015. My research focus is to investigate the sustainability of agricultural production. With increases in human population, more food needs to be produced to satisfy demand. I am interested in quantifying the spatial the trade-offs between feeding humans and protecting biodiversity. My current research aims to explore the impacts of agricultural expansion on forests in Myanmar. I’ll visit University of Queensland from 16th May to 9th June and will sit on the Conservation Decision-Making course. During the visit, I hope to interact with the researchers there and learn more about conservation planning techniques. I’m also looking forward to finding new research and collaboration opportunities related to conservation.