Emily Bick, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Precision Pest Ecology
I am an Assistant Professor of Precision Pest Ecology for field and forage crops at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I focus on applied agroecology, digital entomology (through modeling and technology), and spatial population biology. My background is in entomology - with degrees from Cornell University (B.S. in Entomology) and the University of California, Davis (M.S. and Ph.D. in Entomology). The goal of my research is to develop tools and strategies in support of data-driven precision management practices.
NEWS: I am recruiting graduate students! While the formal call will come out soon, if you are interested in the intersection of technology and agroecology from either a biology or computer science perspective, please reach out to me via firstname.lastname@example.org.