Dr Andrew Morozov
Reader in Applied Mathematics
Department of Mathematics, University of Leicester
University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 116 252 5054
Fax: +44 116 252 3915
I am an applied mathematician with the main interests in modelling and analysing biological systems. In particular, I explore interactions at the population, community and ecosystem levels and this often involves evolutionary effects.
From the mathematical point of view the fields of my study include non-linear systems of ordinary, partial and integro-differential equations as well as methods of adaptive dynamics. From the biological point of view, I am interested in modelling and understanding complex ecological systems. This involves modelling animal behaviour, population dynamics as well as evolutionary effects. Topics of current interest are: (i) biological invasion and biological control; (ii) role of foraging behaviour of animals in population stability and peristance of heterogeneous habitats; (iii) evolution of diseases in foodwebs; (iv) structural sensitivity of biological models with respect to choice of modelling functions; (v) diel vertical migration of aquatic animals (zooplankton).
For the citation report, see my Google Scholar Profile
(University of Leicester, April 4-7, 2017)
Previous conferences on the modelling biological evolution: