Complexity is at our heartWe build community across disciplines to solve complex problems.
Haere mai ki Te Pūnaha Matatini
Toki nui te toki!
Toki roa te toki!
Toki tā wahie.
Ka whanatu au
Ka hahau i te takapū o Rangi e tū nei
Ka hinga, ka mate …
Ki a Papatūānuku e takoto nei –
Tihei mauri ora!
Welcome to Te Pūnaha Matatini
Together we have a powerful adze,
able to take down the greatest tree.
May your visit to us be welcoming and,
that we might aid you
in the task you face,
however great or small.
Applications are invited for a masters scholarship to work on a project to understand why some people in Aotearoa New Zealand believe in a flat Earth.
Dr William Godsoe is an ecologist who tries to match observations of biological diversity with rigorous statistical modelling.
Dr Rachelle Binny works as a mathematical modeller in wildlife ecology and management, and is a principal investigator at Te Pūnaha Matatini.