The Australian Taxonomy
Hello Dear Reader!
My name is Amay and I am a Masters student at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, studying Artificial Intelligence. I have always been passionate about the environment and preserving our natural world. This passion led me to become a member of Taxonomy Australia, an organization dedicated to utilizing the latest technologies in AI and machine learning to further the field of ecology. I have had the opportunity to participate in various ecology and environment-related projects in the United States, Singapore, and India. These experiences have allowed me to gain hands-on knowledge and develop my skills in data analysis and machine learning. Additionally, I have become interested in falconry for ecological purposes, and regularly participate in eBird birdwatching. As a member of the Taxonomy community, I am eager to be involved in both field-related and quant-related ecological projects. I believe that my academic qualifications and experiences will be valuable in helping ecologists make more informed decisions and contribute to the preservation of our natural world. I am excited to share my knowledge and skills with the community, and to continue learning from the experts in the field.
Amay's work profile
Amay works in the following sector(s): University, Personal
Amay's primary institution is: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Amay's position is: Student
Amay's work in taxonomy
Amay has the following roles: Collecting, Specimen preparation, Identification, Research, Collection Management, Information Management, Institution Management, Editing publishing and reviewing, Science Communication, Public Outreach
Amay's skills are in Classification, Biogeography, Bioinformatics, Imaging
Amay works on the taxonomy of Animals, Vertebrates, Birds, Tunicates, Cephalopods, Squamates
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Amay is happy to be contacted for the following reasons:
Contact from others in the taxonomy community regarding taxonomy-related issues
Contact from members of the public for advice in areas of expertise (but not for identifications)
Contact from members of the public for identifications in areas of expertise
Contact re potential citizen science projects that could contribute to taxonomic research
Contact by prospective students and others who could benefit from mentorship
Use the button below to contact Amay for one of the reasons above. Please don't make contact for any other reason.