Posted on 2nd June, 2019 by Carlo Pecoraro
Winner: Amandine Gillet (University of Liége, Belgium)
Amandine Gillet from the University of Liége (Belgium) last year won the Physalia-courses award for the best presentation during the annual meeting of the belgium Society of Zoology . For this reason she will attend our course on Machine Learning (3-7 June 2019).
Amandine is currently doing her PhD in the laboratory of functional and evolutionary morphology at the University of Liège (Belgium) under the supervision of Prof. Eric Parmentier. The main objective of her research is to understand the relationship between morphological variations of the backbone of cetaceans and their ecology.
Congratulation Amandine and see you in Berlin!!