Sayon Ghosh

  • Ph.D. Student
    Advisor: Dr. Mo Zhou
  • Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, IN
  • ghosh68@purdue.edu

Research Interests

  • To create usable science relating to societal well-being in less developed regions by understanding the transitional dynamics of land use and land cover change under drivers of deforestation and changing patterns of ownership using mixed-method approaches that draw on data integration, dynamic modeling, statistics, and economics.

Education

  • 2015 – 2017, Master of Business Administration, Forest Management, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal, India
  • 2010 – 2013, Bachelor of Science, Economics, St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, India

Wook Jin Choi

● Ph.D. student,

Department of Forestry and Natural Resources,

Purdue University

choi794@purdue.edu

Education

● 2021 – M.A. in Latin American Economics, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea

Thesis: An Analysis on the Effects of Corruption affecting CO2 Emissions in South America

● 2016 – B.S in Bioscience and Biotechnology / B.A. in Spanish Interpretation and Translation, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea,

Research Interest

● To study the relationship between global change and forest ecosystem diversity using big data and Artificial Intelligence

Publication

● 08/2021 – Korean Association of Lusophone Area Studies, The Determinants of Deforestation in Latin America: Focusing on Corruption Factors. (Original title in Korean: 라틴아메리카에서 삼림 파괴 결정 요인: 부패요인을 중심으로)

● 06/2021 – Korean Council on Latin America & the Caribbean, The Romantic Natural Resource in Latin America: Wine (Original title in Korean: 라틴아메리카의 감성 천연 자원: 와인)

● 08/2020 – Graduate School of International and Area Studies, An Analysis on the Effects of Corruption affecting CO2 Emissions in South America

● 12/2018 – Ministry of Foreign Affairs, An Analysis on the perception of Korean wave in South America using big data: Comparative analysis of K-pop perception in Latin American countries (Chile, Peru, Mexico) affected by the Korean Wave (Original title in Korean: 빅데이터를 활용한 중남미 국가들 내에서의 한류 인식 분석: 한류 열풍이 강하게 영향을 미친 중남미 국가 (칠레, 페루, 멕시코)에서의 K-POP에 대한 인식 비교분석)

Award

● 2018 – Excellence award, A thesis contest for Latin American studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Latin American Studies Association of Korea

Weixue Luo

  • Visiting Scholar
  • 715 W.State Street
  • Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Purdue University
  • email: lwx2016bjfu@163.com

Education

  • 2018-Present , Ph.D. (Forestry) , Beijing Forestry University, China
  • 2016-2018 , M.S. (Ecology), Beijing Forestry University, China
  • 2012-2016 , B.S. (Forestry), Southwest Forestry University, China

PUBLICATIONS

Luo, W., Liang, J., Cazzolla Gatti, R., Zhao, X. & Zhang, C. Parameterization of biodiversity–productivity relationship and its scale dependency using georeferenced tree‐level data.
Journal of Ecology.

Awards

  • 2018 Three prize of research presentation in the 7th academic workshop for graduate students of the Academy of Forestry.
  • 2018 Academic Innovation Award of Beijing Forestry University
  • 2017 Excellent graduate students of Beijing Forestry University
  • 2017 First-class of the Graduate Students Academic Fellowship.
  • 2017 Outstanding Student leaders of Beijing Forestry University
  • 2016 First-class of the Graduate Students Academic Fellowship
  • 2016 Outstanding Graduates of Yunnan Province
  • 2016 Three Good Students of Yunnan Province
  • 2015 First-class of the Graduate Students Academic Fellowship
  • 2015 Outstanding Student leaders of Southwest Forestry University
  • 2014 Three Good Students of Southwest Forestry University
  • 2014 Outstanding Student leaders of Southwest Forestry University
  • 2013 Three Good Students of Southwest Forestry University
  • 2013 Outstanding Student leaders of Southwest Forestry University