COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE
FOR NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGERS

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Supported by the National Science Foundation
Award Number: IIS-0427471
(ITR: Grid Computing for Ecological Modeling and Spatial Control)



Workshop April 19-22, 2006
The 2006 workshop has been successfully completed! Applications for the 2007 workshop are now being accepted. Please go to: Workshop07
Thanks to all who attended and participated. Click the following link to access copies of the talks given during the workshop (password required).

Workshop Talks & Presentations

General Information
This four-day workshop was held at the University of Tennessee. The workshop provided a rapid introduction to the application of computational approaches to the problems and practices associated with managing natural resources including harvest regulation, control of invasive species, fire management, disease ecology, and scenario analysis. The workshop was led by a group of distinguished faculty with broad expertise in computational science and biological modeling. The workshop included hands-on sessions with computational tools in addition to formal lectures and discussion sessions.
Workshop Schedule
The Faculty
Further Information



The Faculty:

Workshop Organizer: Dr. Michael M. Fuller
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Research Fellow, The Institute for Environmental Modeling
University of Tennessee
Dr. Louis J. Gross
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Mathematics
Director, The Institute for Environmental Modeling
University of Tennessee
Dr. Michael Berry
Interim Head and Professor of, Computer Science
University of Tennessee
Dr. Suzanne Lenhart
Professor of Mathematics
University of Tennessee
Dr. Dali Wang
Research Assistant Professor of Computer Science
University of Tennessee
Dr. Andrew Whittle
Postdoctoral Research Associate of Mathematics
University of Tennessee

Further Information:

Any questions about the workshop should be directed to Dr. Michael Fuller.
For related web sites, see Grid-based Ecological Multimodeling and the ATLSS Home page.
Return to The Institute for Environmental Modeling Home Page  http://www.tiem.utk.edu/
Last Modified: September 19, 2005