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Phone: (706) 542-0863
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Modeling biological and ecological systems, studying system-wide properties of these systems, and working on mathematical and computational solutions to questions of interest, such as control, effects of modifications, evolution and reverse engineering.
- Biological and ecological modeling, simulation and analysis.
- Numerical analysis, dynamical systems.
- Ecological network analysis (ENA), ecological thermodynamics.
- Stochastic modeling tools, individual based modeling.
- Collective behavior of large biochemical reaction networks, the relation between network structure and system dynamics.
EcoNet is an ecological modelling and simulation software. Any process that can be represented as a stock-flow diagram, related to Ecology or not, can be implemented in EcoNet. It is an online software, so users can run their models online without downloading and installing. EcoNet is written in C++ from scratch, and it is very efficient. Visit EcoNet homepage for more information.
Please visit the course webpages below for more information.
- Spring 2013: Math 2500, Multivariable Calculus
- Fall 2012: VIGRE Research Group, Alternative mathematical representations for ecosystems
- Fall 2012: Engr 8103, Computational Engineering: Fundamentals, Elliptic and Parabolic PDE's
- Spring 2012: Math 2700, Differential Equations Mathematical Biology