I am a member of the Mathematical Biology Group in the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Western Ontario, in London, Ontario, Canada.
Broadly speaking, my main research interest is the evolution of behaviour. Behaviours that simultaneously affect the success of a number of individuals interest me the most. I often ask questions about the adaptive significance of cooperative or altruistic behaviours, resource exploitation traits, and parental investment strategies. I address these questions using mathematics from game theory, stochastic processes, and dynamical systems.
More details about my research can be found under the Research tab. A full list of my publications, including pdfs, is available under the Publications tab.
There are POSITIONS AVAILABLE for
graduate students in my group BEGINNING SEPT 2017.
Please contact me directly for more information. Alternatively, you may contact my student, Cody Koykka (firstname.lastname@example.org), for a graduate-student perspective on working in my group and studying at Western. You can find out more
graduate students in my group by clicking on the People tab.