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Publicerad: 11 maj, 2017

Mathematical and Theoretical Ecology in Umeå

NYHET Theoretical and mathematical ecology is an interdisciplinary field, where scientists cooperate across borders to further our understanding of ecology an evolution by building conceptual and mathematical models. In this workshop, researchers from the Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, and the Department of Ecology and Environmental Science come together to present and discuss their research. The opening talk will be given by an invited researcher, Dr. Luis-Miguel Chevin, from CNRS, Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, in Monpellier, France. The workshop is open for anyone who wishes to attend.

Workshop on Mathematical and Theoretical Ecology in Umeå

Friday May 19, 2017
Room MA136, MIT building, Umeå University

Programme (changed!)

9.00-9.30Mehdi Cherif, Ecology and Environmental Science (EMG), UmU
Stoichiometry-explicit population biology for a quantitative understanding of the role of organisms in ecosystems

9.30-10.00Niklas Lundström, Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, UmU
How to find efficient harvesting strategies in stage-structured populations

10.00-10.30Peter Fransson, Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, UmU
Spatial explicit stand growth model and optimized thinning: Management of even-aged forest stands

10.30-10.45 Coffe break

10.45–11.15Wojciech Uszko,  Ecology and Environmental Science (EMG), UmU
Producer quality as a structuring force of energy flow through food webs

11.15–11.45Folmer Bokma, Ecology and Environmental Science (EMG), UmU
How do large bodies save energy? The metabolic scaling of interdependent organs

11.45–12.45: Lunch

12.45–13.15Jonas Wickman, Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, UmU
Evolution of resource competition in heterogeneous environments: When stabilizing selection promotes diversity

13.15–13.45Åke Brännström, Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, UmU
Branch-thinning explains the large-scale, self-similar structure of trees

13.45–14.00: Coffee break

14.00-15.15Luis-Miguel Chevin, Centre d’Écologie Fonctionnelle & Evolutive, Montpellier, France:
Evolutionary demography and phenotypic plasticity in randomly changing environments
Attenance is open, and warmly welcomed!

Contact: Jonas.Wickman@umu.se

Redaktör: Eva-Maria Diehl