Dr Daniel Strombom
Honorary Appointment (Science)
College of Science
Room: Academic Office - 131B
First Floor
Wallace Building
Singleton Campus


  1. & Asynchrony induces polarization in attraction-based models of collective motion. Royal Society Open Science 6(4), 190381


  • BIZ300 Collective Animal Behaviour

    Animal groups frequently exhibit complex and coordinated behaviours that result from social interactions among individuals. Research in collective animal behaviour attempts to understand the causes, patterns and consequences of these behaviours. This module will showcase the latest developments in the field of collective animal behaviour, first describing the fundamental processes that lead to collective behaviour. We will then working through empirical examples - from insects, fish, birds and mammals (including humans) to elucidate the fundamental principles that underlie collective behaviour across levels of biological organization.