- Michal Bernach (PhD, supervised by Nock/Remus-Emsermann) Using synthetic communities to visualise bacterial plant leaf community development and pathogen invasion processes at the single cell resolution.
- Sophie Eccersall (PhD, supervised by Meisrimler/Kessans). RPBC scholarship to elucidate P. pluvialis effector proteins.
- Joanna Green (PhD, supervised by Dickie) Soil legacies of invasive pines.
- Leslie Mann (PhD, supervised by Pawson) Integrated Pest Management of Eucalyptus paropsine pests.
- John Ramana (PhD, supervised by Dickie) Arbuscular mycorrhizas as the second genome of plants, includes native and invasive comparisons.
- Sarah Sale (PhD, supervised by Nock/Garrill) Beyond Myrtle Rust: Insight into the invasive growth of rust fungi.
- Megan Tan (PhD, supervised by Dickie) Pathogen spillover driven by landscape context.
- Vanita Thakur (PhD, supervised by Dickie) Bacterial associations of invasive fungi in New Zealand.
- Ben McEwen (PhD, supervised by Green) Predator audio lures for surveillance and pest control.
- Chris Carr (PhD, supervised by Green) Species classification on thermal video using a convolutional recurrent neural network
MSc and BSc(hons) students
- Aaron Millar (MSc, supervised by Chapman) Understanding what makes an invasive waterway plant such a problem in New Zealand.
- Alexandra Cox (MSc, Flanagan/Meisrimler) Genome of Phytophora cinnamomic.
- Leann Vinson (MSc, supervised by Meisrimler/Kessans) pluvialis infection of pine.
- Gemma Burnside (MProd, supervised by Coutts) Long-life lure dispenser for Department of Conservation traps.
- Hugh Benson (MSc, supervised by Hine) Using behavourial science principles to prevent the spread of kauri dieback.
- Sarah Chamberlain (BSc(hons), supervised by Hine). Understanding the barriers and drivers of domestic cat containment in New Zealand owners.
- Sophie Williamson (MProd, supervised by Coutts) Better trapping through design.
- Teaghan Mower (MProd (Product Design), supervised by Coutts) Ultraviolet light trap design.
- Aspen Berry (MStrComm, supervised by Matheson) Understanding values within biosecurity – a myrtle rust case study.
- William Eason (MStrComm, supervised by Matheson) Analysing MPI’s risk communication with the urban public of New Zealand.
- Dominic Bain (MPsy supervised by Hine) The role of intuition in biosecurity decision making.
Professional masters (PM) students
Huruka Ichinose, Grey Harris, Cameron Bodger (PMCS Computer Science, supervised by Green) Full stack web application with cloud storage for sea spurge data.