102 Stock Pavilion
1675 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706
2018-2023: PhD, Forest and Wildlife Ecology, SILVIS lab, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
2015-2016: PgDip, International Wildlife Conservation Practice, WildCRU, University of Oxford, UK
2013-2015: M.S., Bioecology, Baku, State University, Azerbaijan
2009-2013: B.S., Ecology, Baku, State University, Azerbaijan
My research interests focus on remote sensing, land use, and wildlife conservation. In the past, I have studied the density and habitat modeling of wild species using remote sensing techniques and applied my findings to re-introduction projects, habitat management, community involvement, and human-wildlife conflict mitigation. Currently, I am studying land use land cover in the Caucasus mountains, mapping changes since the mid-20th century, and evaluating the impact on habitats of wild species. I am also a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Remote Sensing course at UW-Madison.
I like singing and playing music, hiking and swimming.