SAL MCMSC Faculty

Center Faculty

Affiliated Faculty

John Marty Anderies

School of Human Evolution and Social Change, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Professor

 

 

 

Research Interest: Dr. Anderies' research interests focus on developing an understanding of how ecological, behavioral, social, and institutional factors affect the robustness/vulnerability characteristics of social-ecological systems.

Website: https://shesc.asu.edu/people/john-anderies

Marco Janssen

School of SustainabilityArizona State University

Professor

 

 

 

Research Interest: I want to understand how collective action problems can be addressed in those coupled infrastructure systems while enhancing the robustness to external challenges such as globalization and climate change.

Website: http://marcojanssen.info/ 

Yun Kang

Science and Mathematics, Arizona State University

Professor

 

 

 

Research Interest:  Dynamical Systems with applications in life and social sciences comprise the principal areas of study. Research focuses include both modeling and theoretical components. The theoretical component involves the study of ecological and evolutionary dynamics pertaining to complex, adaptive systems

Website: http://www.public.asu.edu/~ykang3/

Yang Kuang

School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University 

Professor

 

 

 

Research Interest: His research interests are mostly data or hypothesis inspired modeling efforts. His models often incorporate the chemical heterogeneity which is ubiquitous and highlight the importance of resource quantity and quality dynamics.

Website: https://math.la.asu.edu/~kuang/

Adam Lampert

School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State Univeristy 

Assistant Professor

 

 

 

Research Interst: One of his current major research interests is on how to manage ecosystems by multiple agents. Lampert's approach includes mathematical modeling of the dynamics of the ecosystem as well as the control by the agents.

Website: http://www.public.asu.edu/~alampert/

Fabio Milner

School of Human Evolution and Social Change, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Professor

Research Interest: structured population models, demography, epidemics, ecology, and tumor growth –structured by age (demographic and/or age-of-disease), sex, size, and other relevant variables– and their theoretical properties and asymptotic behavior, as well as real-life applications. Epidemic models structured by immunological variables describing the multi-scale problem of disease propagation at the individual level (“small scale”) and at the population level (“large scale”) in a single model. Mathematics education at the interface of high school and college, curriculum development, professional development and adult education.

Website: https://math.asu.edu/node/925

Sharon Crook

Sharon Crook - School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University

Susan Holechek

Susan Holecheck - School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University

Ying-Cheng Lai

Ying-Cheng Lai - School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, Arizona State University

Alex Mahalov

Alex Mahalov - School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University

Charles Perrings

Charles Perrings - School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University

Stephen Pratt

Stephen Pratt - School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University

Jorge Sefair

Jorge Sefair- School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, and Julie Ann Wrigley Global institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Brian H Smith

Brian H Smith - School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University

Wenbo Tang

Wenbo Tang - School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University

Sander Van Der Leeuw

Sander Van Der Leeuw - Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Carlos Velez-Ibanez

Carlos Velez-Ibanez - School of Transborder Studies, Arizona State University

Haiyan Wang

Haiyan Wang - School of Mathematical & Natural Sciences, Arizona State University