Kelly Finn

kfinn@ucdavis.edu

11895417_10153556707514847_968393660_oI am a fourth year PhD student in the Animal Behavior Graduate Group. My research lies at the intersection of animal behavior and complexity science. I am interested in how animals interact with pattern in their environments, quantifying information in patterns of animal activity, and understanding interdependencies in group dynamics. My dissertation research addresses these questions with regard to both captive and free range macaque behavior.

 

In the media:

https://www.cnprc.ucdavis.edu/of-monkey-dates-and-flirting/

https://dsweb.siam.org/The-Magazine/Article/student-feature-kelly-finn

http://nationalsciencefoundation.tumblr.com/post/128581249364/life-on-monkey-island