2014 Postdoc fellows

Artem Baklanov

Artem Baklanov applies control theory, game theory, and machine learning to informed environmental decision making. More

Xiaojie Chen

Xiaojie Chen used evolutionary game theory and adaptive dynamics to assess evolutionary dynamics in biological and social systems, especially the emergence and stability of cooperation in social networks. More

Fulvio Di Fulvio

Fulvio Di Fulvio focuses on mapping global forest resources and calculating the costs of supplying wood biomass for both material and energy uses. More

Daniel Jessie

Daniel Jessie is introducing a new mathematical approach to understanding the nature of dynamical network processes where standard mathematical tools can only provide analytical solutions in the simplest cases. More

Luzma Fabiola Nava Jiménez

Luzma Fabiola Nava Jiménez examined the water governance regime in river basins which cross the USA/Mexico border. More

Christina Kaiser

Christina Kaiser studied competitive and synergistic interactions between soil microbes belonging to different microbial functional groups in a spatially structured system. More

Pietro Landi

Pietro Landi studied the effect of the adaptive behavior of single individuals in ecosystems and societies on biodiversity conservation and the sustainable management of fisheries. More

Wei Liu

Wei Liu carried out research into integrated adaptive management of complex socio-ecological systems, with a geographical focus on China. More

Carl Salk

Carl Salk worked on the Geo-Wiki citizen science project and assessed the accuracy of volunteers’ responses used for land-cover identification, finding that the majority vote does not always give the correct classification. More

Henrik Sjödin

Henrik Sjödin uses mathematical models to show how migration between groups can transform simple, non-cooperative communities into highly cooperative ones. More

Matthias Wildemeersch

Matthias Wildemeersch studies the dynamic behavior of large-scale, complex networks by applying tools from probability theory, control, and network science. More

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