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CURRICULUM VITA
Louis J. Gross
Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Mathematics
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996-1610
865-974-4295 (Office), 865-974-3067 (FAX)
E-mail: HYPERLINK "mailto:gross@tiem.utk.edu" gross@tiem.utk.edu gross@NIMBioS.org
Home Page: http://www.tiem.utk.edu/~gross/
DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: January 6, 1952, Philadelphia, PA
EDUCATION:
B.S. in Mathematics with Honors, Drexel University, June 1974
Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, Cornell University, August 1979.
Thesis: "Models of the Photosynthetic Dynamics of Fragaria virginiana."
EMPLOYMENT:
2010-present: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Alvin and Sally Beaman Distinguished Professor
2008-present: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
James R. Cox Distinguished Professor
2008-present: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Director, National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis
2002-2004: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Associate Head, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
1998-present: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Director, The Institute for Environmental Modeling
1997-present: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Professor, Departments of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
and Mathematics
19921997: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Professor, Department of Mathematics and Graduate Program in Ecology.
19851992: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Graduate Program in Ecology.
1987(Summer): Distinguished Visitor, Mathematics Department, University of California, Davis
1986 (Summer): Visiting Biomathematician, Botany Department, University of California, Davis.
19791985: The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Graduate Program in Ecology.
1982 (Fall): Grassland Research Institute, Berkshire, Great Britain, Visiting Researcher, Biomathematics Division.
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, Invited Lecturer for Course on Mathematical Ecology.
1982-1983: Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Lab, Oak
(Summers) Ridge, Tennessee. Faculty Research Participant, Forest Meteorology.
1974-1979: Cornell University, Research and Teaching Assistant, Ecology, Biometrics, Mathematics, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
1970,1974,1975: Philmont Scout Ranch, Raton, New Mexico. Ranger (1970), Dispatcher
(Summers) (1974), Backcountry Camp Director (1975)
1970-1973: National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA. Research Assistant (cooperative education six months each year)
PUBLICATIONS:
Books:
Gross, L. J. and R. M. Miura (editors). Some Mathematical Questions in Biology - Plant Biology. Vol. 18 of Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences. American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI. (1986)
Hallam, T. G., L. J. Gross and S. A. Levin (editors). Mathematical Ecology: Proceedings, Trieste 1986. World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore. (1988).
Levin, S. A., T. G. Hallam and L. J. Gross. (editors). Applied Mathematical Ecology. SpringerVerlag, Berlin. (1989).
DeAngelis, D. L. and L. J. Gross (editors). Individual-Based Models and Approaches in Ecology. Routledge, Chapman and Hall, New York (1992).
Hastings, A. and L. J Gross (editors). Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology. University of California Press (2012).
Articles and Book Chapters:
Gross, L. J. and B. F. Chabot. 1979. Time course of photosynthetic response to changes in incident light energy. Plant Physiology 63:10331038.
Gross, L. J. 1981. On the dynamics of internal leaf carbon dioxide uptake. Journal of Mathematical Biology 11:181191.
Gross, L. J. 1982. Photosynthetic dynamics in varying light environments: A model and its application to whole leaf carbon gain. Ecology 63:8493.
Gross, L. J. 1984. On the phenotypic plasticity of leaf photosynthetic capacity". Pages 214 in S.A. Levin and T.G. Hallam (editors) Mathematical Ecology, Proceedings, Trieste 1982. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics, Vol. 54.
Gross, L. J. 1984. Reply to McCree and Loomis". Ecology 65:10181019.
DeAngelis, D. L., S.M. Adams, J.E. Breck and L. J. Gross. 1984. A stochastic predation model: application to largemouth bass observations. Ecological Modelling 24:2541.
Hutchinson, B. A., D.R. Matt, R.T. McMillen, L. J. Gross, S.J. Tajchman, and J.M. Norman. 1986. The architecture of a deciduous forest canopy in eastern Tennessee". Journal of Ecology 74:635646.
Gross, L. J. 1986. Ecology: an idiosyncratic overview. Pages 315 in: Mathematical Ecology. (T.G. Hallam and S.A. Levin, eds.). Biomathematics, Vol. 17. SpringerVerlag, Berlin.
Gross, L. J. 1986. Biophysical ecology: an introduction to organism response to environment. Pages 1936 in: Mathematical Ecology. (T.G. Hallam and S.A. Levin, eds.). Biomathematics Vol. 17. SpringerVerlag, Berlin.
Gross, L. J. 1986. An overview of foraging theory. Pages 3757 in: Mathematical Ecology. (T. G. Hallam and S. A. Levin, eds.) Biomathematics Vol. 17. SpringerVerlag, Berlin.
Gross, L. J. 1986. Photosynthetic dynamics and plant adaptation to environmental variability. Pages 135170 in: L. J. Gross and R. M. Miura (eds.). Some Mathematical Questions in Biology Plant Biology. American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI.
Sirotkin, K., W.S. Riggsby, and L. J. Gross. 1986. Probability of generating particular variants using different mutagenesis techniques. Journal of Theoretical Biology 123: 275279. Appendix to Advantage to mutagenesis techniques generating populations containing the complete spectrum of single codon changes, K. Sirotkin.
Gross, L. J. 1988. A stochastic model of grass growth under grazing. Pages 177185 in: L. M. Ricciardi (ed.), Biomathematics and Related Computational Problems. Reidel, Amsterdam.
M. U. F. Kirschbaum, L. J. Gross, and R. W. Pearcy. 1988. Observed and modelled stomatal responses to dynamic light environments in the shade plant Alocasia macrorrhiza. Plant, Cell and Environment 11:111121.
Gross, L. J. 1989. Plant physiological ecology: a theoretician's perspective. Pages 1124 in: J. Roughgarden, R. M. May and S. A. Levin (eds.), Perspectives in Ecological Theory. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
Gross, L. J. 1989. Mathematical models in plant biology: an overview". In: S. A. Levin, T. G. Hallam and L. J. Gross (eds.), Applied Mathematical Ecology. SpringerVerlag, Berlin.
Gross, L. J. 1989. Mathematical modeling in plant biology: implications of physiological approaches for resource management. In C. CastilloChavez, S. A. Levin and C. Shoemaker (eds.), Mathematical Approaches to Problems in Resource Management and Epidemiology. Lecture Notes in Biomathematics 81:3248. SpringerVerlag, Berlin.
Clark, M. E. and L. J. Gross. 1990. Periodic solutions to nonautonomous difference equations. Mathematical Biosciences 102:105-119.
Gross, L. J., M. U. F. Kirschbaum, and R. W. Pearcy. 1991. A dynamic model of photosynthesis in varying light taking account of stomatal conductance, C3cycle intermediates, photorespiration, and Rubisco activation. Plant, Cell and Environment 14:881-893.
Kindlmann, P., A. F. G. Dixon, and L. J. Gross. 1992. The relationship between individual and population growth rates in multicellular organisms. Journal of Theoretical Biology 157:535-542.
Gross, L. J. 1994. Limitations of reductionist approaches in ecological modeling: model evaluation, model complexity and environmental policy. Pages 509-518 in: Wildlife Toxicology and Population Modeling: Integrated Studies of Agroecosystems, R. J. Kendall and T. E. Lacher, (editors). Lewis Publishers and CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Gross, L. J. 1994. Quantitative training for life-science students. BioScience 44:59.
Pearcy, R. W., R. L. Chazdon, L. J. Gross and K. A. Mott. 1994. Photosynthetic utilization of sunflecks, a temporally patchy resource on a time scale of seconds to minutes. Pages 175-208 in: Exploitation of Environmental Heterogeneity by Plants: Ecophysiological Processes Above and Below Ground, M. M. Caldwell and R. W. Pearcy (eds.). Academic Press, San Diego.
Gross, L. J. 1997. Individualbased ecological models for spatiallyexplicit investigation and computational ecology. Life Sciences Educational Computing 7:1012.
Pearcy, R. W., L. J. Gross and D. He. 1997. An improved dynamic model of photosynthesis for estimation of carbon gain in sunfleck light regimes. Plant, Cell and Environment 20: 411424.
Luh, H.K., C. Abbott, M. Berry, E. J. Comiskey, J. Dempsey, and L. J. Gross. 1997. Parallelization in a spatiallyexplicit individualbased model (I) Spatial data Interpolation. Computers and Geosciences 23: 293304.
Abbott, C. A., M. W. Berry, E. J. Comiskey, L. J. Gross and H.K. Luh. 1997. Computational models of whitetailed deer in the Florida Everglades. IEEE Computational Science and Engineering 4:6072.
DeAngelis, D. L., L. J. Gross, M. A. Huston, W. F. Wolff, D. M. Fleming, E. J. Comiskey, and S. M. Sylvester. 1998. Landscape modeling for Everglades ecosystem restoration". Ecosystems 1:64-75.
Mellott, L. E., M. W. Berry, E. J. Comiskey and L. J. Gross. 1999. The design and implementation of an individual-based predator-prey model for a distributed computing environment. Simulation Practice and Theory 7:47-70.
Gaff, H., D. L. DeAngelis, L. J. Gross, R. Salinas and M. Shorrosh. 2000. A dynamic landscape model for fish in the Everglades and its application to restoration". Ecological Modelling 127:3352.
DeAngelis, D. L., L. J. Gross, W. F. Wolff, D. M. Fleming, M. P. Nott and E. J. Comiskey. 2000. Individualbased models on the landscape: applications to the Everglades". P. 199211 in J. Sanderson and L. D. Harris (eds.), Landscape Ecology: A TopDown Approach. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.
Curnutt, J. L., E.J. Comiskey, M. P. Nott and L. J. Gross. 2000. Landscapebased spatially explicit species index models for Everglades restoration. Ecological Applications 10:18491860.
Gross, L. J. 2000. Education for a biocomplex future. Science 288:807.
Gross, L. J. and D. L. DeAngelis. 2002. Multimodeling: new approaches for linking ecological models. In: Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy, (Scott, J. M., P. J. Heglund, M. Morrison, M. Raphael, J. Haufler, B. Wall, eds.). Island Press, Covello, CA.
DukeSylvester, S. and L. J. Gross. 2002. Integrating spatial data into an agentbased modeling system: ideas and lessons from the development of the Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS). Chapter 11 in: Integrating Geographic Information Systems and AgentBased Modeling Techniques for Stimulating Social and Ecological Processes, (R. Gimblett, ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Okubo, A. and L. J. Gross. 2002. Animal movements in home range. Chapter 8 in: Diffusion and Ecological Problems (A. Okubo and S. A. Levin, eds.). Springer-Verlag, NY.
Comiskey, E. J., O. L. Bass, Jr., L. J. Gross, R. T. McBride, and R. Salinas. 2002. Panthers and forests in South Florida: an ecological perspective. Conservation Ecology 6(1):18. [online] URL: HYPERLINK "http://www.consecol.org/vol6/iss1/art18" http://www.consecol.org/vol6/iss1/art18
DeAngelis, D. L., S. Bellmund, W. M. Mooij, M. P. Nott, E. J. Comiskey, L. J. Gross, M. A. Huston and W. F. Wolff. 2002. Modeling Ecosystem and Population Dynamics on the South Florida Hydroscape. P. 239-258 in: The Everglades, Florida Bay, and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An Ecosystem Sourcebook, (J. W. Porter and K. G. Porter, eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
Gustafson, E., J. Nestler, L. J. Gross, K. Reynolds, D. Yaussy, T. Maxwell, V. Dale. 2002. Evolving Approaches and Technologies to Enhance the Role of Ecological Modeling in DecisionMaking. In: Ecological Modeling for Resource Management, (V. Dale, ed.). SpringerVerlag, NY.
Ewing, H., K. Hogan, F. Keesing, H. Bugmann, A. Berkowitz, L. Gross, J. Oris, and J. Wright. 2003. The role of modeling in undergraduate education. Chapter 22, P. 413-427 in: Models in Ecosystem Science, (C. D. Canham, J. J. Cole, and W. K. Lauenroth, eds.) Proceedings of the IX Cary Conference. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
DeAngelis, D. L., L. J. Gross, E. J. Comiskey, W. M. Mooij, M. P. Nott and S. Bellmund. 2003. The Use of Models for a Multiscaled Ecological Monitoring System. Chapter 6 (P. 167-188) in: D. Busch and J. Trexler, eds. Ecological Monitoring of Ecoregional Initiatives: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Determining Status and Trends of Ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, DC.
Brewer, C. A. and L. J. Gross. 2003. Training ecologists to think with uncertainty in mind. Ecology 84:1412-1414.
Rock, J. H., B. Beckage and L. J. Gross. 2004. Population recovery following differential harvesting of Allium triococcum Ait. in the southern Appalachians. Biological Conservation 116: 227-234.
Gaff, H., J. Chick, J. Trexler, D. L. DeAngelis, L. J. Gross, and R. Salinas. 2004. Evaluation of and insights from ALFISH: a spatially-explicit, landscape-level simulation of fish populations in the Everglades. Hydrobiologia 520: 73-86.
Gross, L. J. 2004. Interdisciplinarity and the undergraduate biology curriculum: finding a balance. Cell Biology Education 3:85-87.
Wang, D., E. Carr, M. Palmer, M. W. Berry, and L. J. Gross. 2005. A Grid Service Module for Natural Resource Managers. IEEE Internet Computing 9:35-41.
Immanuel, A., M. W. Berry, L. J. Gross, M. Palmer, and D. Wang. 2005. A parallel implementation of ALFISH: simulating hydrological compartmentalization effects on fish dynamics in the Florida Everglades. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 13:55-76.
Wang, D., E. Carr, L. J. Gross, and M. W. Berry. 2005. Toward ecosystem modeling on computing grids. Computing in Science and Engineering 7:44-52.
Salinas, R. A., S. Lenhart and L. J. Gross. 2005. Control of a metapopulation harvesting model for black bears. Natural Resource Modeling 18:307-321.
Beckage, B., L. J. Gross and W. J. Platt. 2006. Responses of pine savannas to disturbance and long-term climate change. Applied Vegetation Science 9:75-82.
Beckage, B. and L. J. Gross. 2006. Overyielding and species diversity: what should we expect? New Phytologist 172: 140-148.
Wang, D., M. W. Berry and L. J. Gross. 2006. On parallelization of a spatially-explicit structured ecological model for integrated ecosystem simulation. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications 20:571-581.
Wang, D., M. W. Berry, N. Buchanan and L.J. Gross. 2006. A GIS-enabled distributed simulation framework for high performance ecosystem modeling. Proceedings of ESRI International User Conference, August 7-11. http://gis.esri.com/library/userconf/proc06/papers/papers/pap_1272.pdf .
Wang, D., M. W. Berry and L. J. Gross. 2008. A Parallel Structured Ecological Model for High End Shared Memory Computers. Proceedings of IWOMP 2005/2006, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4315:107-118. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Wang, D., E. A. Carr, M. W. Berry and L. J. Gross. 2006. A Parallel Fish Landscape Model for Ecosystem Modeling on a Computing Grid. Simulation Journal: Transactions of The Society of Simulation and Modeling International 83:451-466.
Whittle, A. J., S. Lenhart and L. J. Gross. 2007. Optimal control for management of an invasive plant species. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 4:101-112.
Gaff, H. D. and L. J. Gross. 2007. Modeling tick-borne disease: a metapopulation model. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 69:265-288.
Fuller, M. M., D. Wang, L. J. Gross and M. W. Berry. 2007. Current problems and future directions in computational science for natural resource management. Computing in Science and Engineering 9:40-48.
Joshi, H. R., L. J. Gross, S. Lenhart and R. Salinas. 2007. UBM and REU: Unique approaches at Tennessee. P. 261-265 in Proceedings of the Conference on Promoting Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (J. Gallian, ed.). American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI.
Ding, W., L. J. Gross, K. Langston, S. Lenhart and L. A. Real. 2007. Rabies in raccoons: optimal control for a discrete time model on a spatial grid. Journal of Biological Dynamics 1:379-393.
Fuller, M. M., L. J. Gross, S. M. Duke-Sylvester and M. Palmer. 2008. Testing the robustness of management decisions to uncertainty: Everglades restoration scenarios. Ecological Applications. 18:711-723.
Asano, E. L. J. Gross, S. Lenhart and L. A. Real. 2008. Optimal control of vaccine distribution in a rabies metapopulation model. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 5:219-238.
Bodine, E. N, L. J. Gross and S. Lenhart. 2008. Optimal control applied to a model for species augmentation. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 5:669-680.
Travis, C. B., L. J. Gross, and B. A. Johnson. 2009. Tracking the gender pay gap: a case study. Psychology of Women Quarterly 33: 410-418.
Beckage, B., W. J. Platt and L. J. Gross. 2009. Vegetation, fire, and feedbacks: a disturbance-mediated model of savannas. American Naturalist 174: 805-818.
Gaff, H., L. J. Gross and E. Schaefer. 2009. Results from a mathematical model for human monocytic ehrlichiosis. Clin. Microbiol. Infect. 15(Suppl 2): 1516.
Clayton, T., S. Duke-Sylvester, L. J. Gross, S. Lenhart and L. A. Real. 2010. Optimal control of a rabies epidemic model with a birth pulse. Journal of Biological Dynamics 4:43-58.
Beckage, B., L. J Gross and W. J. Platt. 2011. Grass feedbacks on fire stabilize savannas. Ecological Modelling 222: 2227-2233.
Beckage, B., L. J. Gross, and S. Kauffman. 2011. The limits to prediction in ecological systems. Ecosphere 2(11):125. doi:10.1890/ES11-00211.1
Yin, L., S-L. Shaw, D. Wang, E. A. Carr, M. W. Berry, L. J. Gross and E. J. Comiskey. 2012. A framework of integrating GIS and parallel computing for spatial control problems a case study of wildfire control. Int. J. Geographical Information Sci. 26:621-641.
Beckage, B., L. J. Gross, W. J. Platt, W. Godsoe and D. Simberloff. 2012. Individual variation and weak neutrality as determinants of forest diversity. Frontiers of Biogeography 3: 145-154.
Gross, L. J. and B. Beckage. 2012. Toward a metabolic scaling theory of crop systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:15535-15536.
Federico, P., L. J. Gross, S. Lenhart, and D. Ryan. 2013. Optimal control in individual-based models: implications from aggregated methods. American Naturalist 181: 64-77
Reports, Letters and Nonrefereed Articles:
1. Gross, L. J. 1972. Maximum entropy spectral analysis. National Radio Astronomy Observatory Internal Report.
2. Gross, L. J. 1972. Polarization of extragalactic radio sources. Drexel Tech. J. 35: 10-15.
3. Gross, L. J. 1985. Math models used to explore plant biology. SIAM News 18: 4-5.
4. Bevelhimer, M. S., S. M. Adams, and L. J. Gross. 1990. Habitat selection by kokanee salmon and smallmouth bass in thermally heterogeneous environments: the importance of growth maximization to diel habitat shifts. Environmental Sciences Division Pub. No. 3463, Oak Ridge National Lab, TM-11475.
5. Gross, L. J., K. A. Rose, E. J. Rykiel, W. Van Winkle, and E. E. Werner. 1992. Individual-based modeling: summary of a workshop. Pages 511-522 in: D. DeAngelis and L. J. Gross (eds.), Individual-Based Approaches in Ecology: Concepts and Models. Routledge, Chapman, and Hall.
6. Gross, L. J. 1994. Antibiotic resistance. Letter to Science 265:590-591.
7. Fleming, D. M., D. L. DeAngelis, L. J. Gross, R. E. Ulanowicz, W. F. Wolff, W. F. Loftus, M. A. Huston. 1994. ATLSS: Across Trophic Level System Simulation for the Freshwater Wetlands of the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp". National Biological Survey, South Florida/Caribbean Field Laboratory Report.
8. Comiskey, E. J., L. J. Gross, D. M. Fleming, M. A. Huston, O. L. Bass, H.-K. Luh and Y. Wu. 1997. A spatially-explicit individual-based simulation model for Florida panther and white-tailed deer in the Everglades and Big Cypress landscapes. Proceedings of the Florida Panther Conference, Ft. Myers Fla., Nov. 1-3, 1994, Dennis Jordan, ed., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, pp. 494-503.
9. Gross, L. J., D. L. DeAngelis, and M. A. Huston. 1988. Approaches to large-scale ecosystem modeling across multiple trophic levels: some early lessons from the South Florida ATLSS experience. Pages 71-76 in: J. B. Waide and L. M. Gandy (eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Aquatic Ecosystem Modeling and Assessment Techniques for Application within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Waterways Experiment Station Miscellaneous Paper EL-98-1.
10. Gross, L. J. 1998. Where to start? An introduction to concert sound engineering (Part 1). Live Sound International 7(1):68-73 (Jan.-Feb. issue)
11. Gross, L. J. 1998. Now that you've started. An introduction to concert sound engineering (Part 2). Live Sound International 7(2):66-69 (March issue).
12. Gross, L. J. 1998. Mentoring in a distributed world. D-Lib Magazine http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september98/09editorial.html.
13. Gross, L. J., E. J. Comiskey, J. Curnutt, H. Gaff, M. Palmer, M. P. Nott, R. Salinas, S. Sylvester. 1997-1999. ATLSS Project Evaluation Reports for the Central and South Florida Restudy. Nineteen reports posted to ftp://ftp.www.tiem.utk.edu/pub/atlss/
between September 1997 and January 1999.
14. Gross, L. J. 2005. It's Wednesday: take two. Pages 119-121 in The Art of College Teaching: Twenty-eight Takes. M. Kallet and A. Morgan (eds.). University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.
15. Wang, D., M. W. Berry, N. Buchanan and L. J. Gross. 2006. A GIS-enabled Distributed Simulation Framework for High Performance Ecosystem Modeling. Proceedings of ESRI International User Conference, August 7-11, 2006. HYPERLINK "http://gis.esri.com/library/userconf/proc06/papers/papers/pap_1272.pdf" http://gis.esri.com/library/userconf/proc06/papers/papers/pap_1272.pdf
16. Beckage, B., W. Godsoe, L. Gross, W. Platt and D. Simberloff. 2010. Individual Variation Slows Competitive Exclusion. Science (E-Letter, 14 July 2010), HYPERLINK "http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/327/5969/1129" www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/327/5969/1129
17. Brewer, C. and D. Smith (eds.), C. OConnor, M. Withers, S.Donovan, S. G. Hoskins, D. Lopatto, P. Varma-Nelson, H. White, C. Bauerle, L. Gross, J. Labov, M. Poston, D. Wessner, D. Lynn, S. Drew, K. Tanner, W. Wood, C. Fry, M. Matyas, A. DePass, C. A. Anderson, D. Ebert-May, W. McClatchey, N. Pelaez, D. Wubah, S. Singer. 2011. Vision and Change in Undergraduate Education: A Call to Action. AAAS, Washington, DC.
World Wide Web Site Management:
1. The Mathematics Archive for the Life Sciences. Moderator for this component of the archives.
HYPERLINK "Http://archives.math.utk.edu/mathbio/" http://archives.math.utk.edu/mathbio/ 1996-2002.
2. The Institute for Environmental Modeling, University of Tennessee. Manager for this site.
HYPERLINK "http://www.tiem.utk.edu/" http://www.tiem.utk.edu/ 1997-present
3. The ATLSS Home Page. Manager for this site, in previous and current domain.
HYPERLINK "http://atlss.org/" http://atlss.org/ 1996-present
Book Reviews:
Ellner, S. P. and L. J. Gross. 1982. Population dynamics and local linearization. Book review of R.M. Nisbet and W.S.C. Gurney, Modeling Fluctuating Populations. Ecology 63:19881989.
Gross, L. J. 1988. Ecosystems from top to bottom. Book review of E. D. Schulze and H. Zwolfer (eds.), Potentials and Limitations of Ecosystem Analysis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3: 283284.
Gross, L. J. 1988. Delimiting ecology. Book review of Tom Fenchel, Ecology Potentials and Limitations. Ecology 69:2034-2035.
Gross, L. J. 1989. Book review of Michael R. Rose, Quantitative Ecological Theory: an Introduction to Basic Models. Quarterly Review of Biology 64: 216217.Gross, L. J. 1990. Mathematical modeling. Book review of Clark Jeffries, Mathematical Modeling in Ecology: a Workbook for Students. Ecology 71: 2400-2401.
Gross, L. J. 1991. Biophysical reductionism evolving. Book review of Park S. Nobel, Physicochemical and environmental plant physiology. Ecology 72: 2302.
Gross, L. J. 1993. Book review of Dennis Rosen, Mathematics Recovered for the Natural and Medical Sciences. Quarterly Review of Biology 68:479-480.
Jager, H. I. and L. J. Gross. 2000. Spatial control: the final frontier in applied ecology. Review of J. G. Hof and M. Bevers, Spatial optimization for managed ecosystems. Ecology 81:14731474.
Gross, L. J. and S. DukeSylvester. 2001. Review of Will Wilson, Simulating Ecological and Evolutionary Systems in C. SIAM Review 43:719-722.
Nanda, S. and L. Gross. 2004. Book Review of L. J. S. Allen, An Introduction to Stochastic Processes with Applications to Biology. SIAM Review 46:583-584.
Software Developed:
Schroda, M., S. Peak, and L. J. Gross. 1993. MENSTR: A Program for predicting menstrual cycles. MS-DOS. Version 1.1 released by the Institute for Environmental Modeling, University of Tennessee, Knoxville as CharityWare. Version 1.2 released 1994.
Gross, L. J. Project manager for the ATLSS collection of models, including High Resolution Hydrology Model, Landscape Structure Model, ALFISH Landscape Fish Model, Wading Bird Foraging Potential Models, SIMSPAR Individual-based Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow Model, White-tailed Deer Breeding Potential Model, Snail Kite Index Model, Alligator Index Model, SIMPDEL Individual-based Deer-Panther Model. These contain > 100,000 lines of C++ Code and Visualization using PV-Wave. Released in various versions since 1996.
Gross, L. J. and B. A. Johnson. 2007. Equity Salary Analysis. This is a Matlab collection of functions developed to carry out a resampling analysis of faculty salaries across the University of Tennessee Knoxville, to evaluate hypotheses regarding equity. Reports describing the methodology and resulting application are available on the authors web site.
EXTERNAL SUPPORT:
Total External Support as Lead Principal Investigator since 1990:
$26,082,301
Additional External Support as Co-Principal Investigator since 1990:
$3,666,037
Total of External Support since 1990:
$29,748,338
SPONSORED RESEARCH AS LEAD PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:
National Science Foundation Grant MCS8000963, Models of the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in variable environments, 1980.
US Forest Service Southern Forest Experiment Station Ecosystem Modeling Competition, Cooperative Agreement #19-91-065. M. A. Huston (co-PI), Landscape- scale ecosystem analysis of forest productivity and habitat suitability indices. 1991-1993. $59,622.
National Science Foundation Grant USE-9150354, Undergraduate Curriculum and Course Development Program. Quantitative sciences curriculum for life science students. 1991-1995. $160,000.
National Park Service, Subagreement #8 to Cooperative Agreement 5460-0-9001. D. L. DeAngelis (co-PI), Individual-based modeling of key Everglades consumer populations. 1991-1994. $344,500.
US Geological Survey Cooperative Agreement 1445-CA09-95-0094. M.A. Huston (co-PI), Across trophic level system simulation of the Everglades/Big Cypress landscape". 1995-1997. $685,000.
Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Subcontract #11X-SL583V to Contract #DE-AC05-84OR21400. Research assistantships in environmental modeling. 1992-1993: $20,500. 1993-1994: $17,000.
Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Subcontract #11X-SN972V to Contract #DE-AC05-84OR21400. L. J. Gross, Research assistantships in parallel processing for environmental modeling. 1993-1994: $17,000.
National Science Foundation Grant BIR-9318160, Computational Biology Program, D. L. DeAngelis, T. G. Hallam, M. R. Leuze (co-PIs). Parallel processing for individual-based models. 1994-1996. $519,305.
National Biological Service Cooperative Agreement (USGS, Biological Resources Division) 1445-CA09-95-0094 Subagreement 1, M.A. Huston (co-PI), Across-Trophic Level Systems Simulation for Wetland Ecosystems of South Florida. 1995-1998. $1,095,632.
National Biological Survey Cooperative Agreement 1445-CA09-95-0094, Subagreement 3. M.A. Huston, M. P. Nott (co-PIs), Individual Based, Spatially Explicit Model of Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow Population in Florida Everglades. 1998-1999. $79,165.
National Biological Service Cooperative Agreement (USGS, Biological Resources Division) 1445-CA09-95-0094 Subagreement 1, Across-Trophic Level Systems Simulation for Wetland Ecosystems of South Florida. 1998-2001. $1,048,046.
National Science Foundation Grant DUE-9752339, B. C. Mullin, S. E. Riechert (co-PIs), Alternative Routes to Quantitative Literacy for the Life Sciences. 1998-2001. $148,303.
National Institutes of Health Grant 1 R25 GM5992401. S. Gavrilets, M. Kot (co-PIs), Short Courses on Mathematics of Biological Complexity. 19992001. $118,333.
National Science Foundation Grant DMS0010920. S. Lenhart (co-PI), QEIB: Spatiallydistributed population models with external forcing and spatial control. 20012004. $742,500. UBM (Undergraduate Biology and Mathematics) supplement of $99,992. 2002-2005.
US Geological Survey Cooperative Agreement 04HQAG0125, Subagreement 99155HS002. Critical Model Development for the Restudy - Additional DOI Restudy Needs and ATLSS Production-Runs for Various Hydrologic Evaluations. 2001-2003. $19,999.
US Geological Survey Cooperative Agreement 99155HS001, Selected Model Components of Across-Trophic Level Systems Simulation for Wetland Ecosystems of South Florida. 2002-2005. $567,386.
National Institutes of Health Grant 2 R25 GM59924-02. S. Lenhart, J. Wolf (co-PIs), Short Courses on Mathematics of Biological Complexity. 2002-2003. $136,080.
National Science Foundation Grant DMS-02-11991. S. Lenhart (co-PI), International Conference on Mathematics in Biology. 2002-2003. $17,040.
National Science Foundation Grant DEB-02-19269. M. Berry (co-PI), ITR: Parallel and Grid Computing for Ecological Multimodeling. 2002-2004. $497,729.
National Science Foundation Grant IIS-0427471. M. Berry, S. Lenhart (co-PIs), ITR: Grid Computing for Ecological Modeling and Spatial Control. 2004-2007. $1,416,610.
National Park Service Critical Ecosystem Studies Initiative (Everglades National Park). Cooperative Agreement 1443CA500009900. ATLSS Modeling: Extensions to Variable Spatial Grid Hydrologic Models. 2004-2005. $144,869.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F, Work Release 42. C. Welsh (co-PI). Support to the ETTP Site-Wide Remedial Investigation Work Plan (RIWP). 2004. $18,286.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Contract 23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 41, 45. F. Dolislager (co-PI), David Witherspoon Inc. Technical Support. 2004-2006. $93,791.
Fish & Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI), Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission. E. J. Comiskey, E. Carr (co-PIs), Initial Development of a Boat Pattern Simulator. 2005-2006. $51,120
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Contract 23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 48. F. Dolislager, L. Galloway (co-PIs), Risk Integration Support. 2005-2006. $45,833.
University of Florida. Scientific and Technical Support for a Joint Ecosystem Modeling Laboratory. 2006-2008. $80,000.
Fish & Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI), Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission. E. J. Comiskey, E. Carr (coPIs), Phase 2 Development of SimBoat, a Boat Pattern Simulator. 2006-2007. $60,000.
US Geological Survey Cooperative Agreement, 04HQAG0125, Subagreement 04125HS001
Development of Selected Model Components of an Across-Trophic Level Systems Simulation (ATLSS) for the Wetland Ecosystems of South Florida. 2006-2010. $269,000.
Science Applications International Corporation E. J. Comiskey (co-PI), Scientific and Technical Support for Phase 2 of Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Lake Belt. 2007. $9,890.
National Science Foundation Cooperative Agreement EF-0832858. National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis. 2008-2013. $16,000,000. Supplements: $186,298 and $199,986.
US Department of Energy, UT-Battelle, ORNL Contract 4000098343, EPA Risk - Environment Assessment and Decision Analysis. 2010-2011. $300,000.
US Department of Energy, UT-Battelle, ORNL Contract 4000110008, EPA Risk - Environment Assessment and Decision Analysis. 2011-2013. $748,486.
US Geological Survey Cooperative Agreement G11AC90026 Subagreement 04125HS001. Development of Selected Model Components of an Across-Trophic Level Systems Simulation (ATLSS) for the Wetland Ecosystems of South Florida. 2011-2013. $65,000.
SPONSORED RESEARCH AS CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:
National Science Foundation Grant DMS-8704386, Mathematical Sciences, J.S. Bradley (PI), O. Karakashian, L. Gross (co-PIs). Mathematical Sciences Research Equipment. 1987. $20,000.
Lockheed-Martin P.O. 41X-SF622V. T. G. Hallam (PI), L. Gross (co-PI). Populations, communities and ecosystems: an individual perspective. 1990. $15,000.
National Science Foundation Grant DMS9414353, Mathematical Sciences, T. G. Hallam (PI), L. Gross (co-PI). Fourth Autumn Course in Mathematical Ecology. 1994-1995, $12,000.
Environmental Protection Agency Grant 825157-01, M. A. Huston (PI), L. J. Gross, T. G. Hallam (co-PIs). Use of MultiScale Biophysical Models for Ecological Assessment, 1997, $567,457.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Contract NRC-04-02-057, R. Stewart (PI), L. J. Gross, T. Purucker (co-PIs). Bayesian subsurface radiological surveying and analysis in SADA. 2002-2005. $948,249.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs #23900-BA-CA02F, Work Releases, 23, 29,36,37,39,44,46,49,51,54,55,58,59,61,63). F. Dolislager (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). Risk Integration Technical Support. Risk Assessment Information System-RAIS. 2002-2011. $506,918.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 24,. F. Dolislager (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). PORTS Specific RAIS. 2002-2003. $72,000.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 31. F. Dolislager (PI), L. J. Gross(co-PI). UEFPC Soils Remediation of Decision Planning. 2002-2003. $3,000.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F, Work Release 32. C. Welsh (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). Ecological Risk Support for ETTP. 2002-2003. $5,000.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F, Work Releases 34,43. C. Welsh (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). Demonstration of SADA for Ecological Evaluations. 2002-2004. $165,208.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 33. F. Dolislager (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). ORNL Surface Impoundments B Risk Analysis Support. 2002-2003. $8,690.
Department of Defense Contract DACA42-03-P-0138. F. Dolislager (PI), L. Galloway, L. Gross (co-PIs). Modifications to the RAIS Database to Allow Seamless, Automated, Web Queries by ARAMS. 2003. $4,800.
Frankie Friend and Associates, Inc. D. Stewart (PI), L. Gross (co-PI). Mask Task Agreement for FFA's Prime Contract No. DE-AM05-03OR22969. 2003. $14,100.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F, Work Release 35. C. Welsh (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). PORTS Groundwater Technical Advisory Board. 2003-2004. $7,282.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F, Work Release 50,52,53,56,57. C. Welsh (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). ETTP Site-wide Remedial Investigation. 2006-2008. $68,581.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRC-04-06-066, R. Stewart (PI), L. J. Gross, T. Purucker (co-PIs). Sparse Radiological Subsurface Survey Data Analysis. 2006-2009. $978,063.
US Department of Energy, UT-Battelle, ORNL Contract 4000059491, L.Galloway (PI), L. Gross (co-PI).Mammalian Research. 2007-2011. $119,259.
Department of Energy, Bechtel-Jacobs Agreement #23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 60,62,64,66. F. Dolislager (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). ETTP Zone 1 ROD Amendment Support. 2010-2013. $123,701.
Department of Energy, URS CH2M Oak Ridge LLC (UCOR) #23900-BA-CA021F Work Release 63,65. F. Dolislager (PI), L. J. Gross (co-PI). Risk Integration Support. 2011-2012. $46,729.
Internal Awards:
UTK Faculty Development Awards: 1981, Mathematical Models in Agriculture
UTK Faculty Leave Award: 1986, Mathematical Modeling of Photosynthesis
UTK Professional Leave Award: 1994, Curriculum Development and Research in Quantitative Biology.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
Drexel University: Dean of Science Award, 1974.
Cornell University: University Program Board Award, 1979.
National Academy of Sciences Interacademy Exchange Project Development Award, Czechoslovakia. Theory of plant allocation under environmental stress. July 29-August 14, 1991.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville: Chancellors Research Award, 2000.
Tennessee Business Magazine: Top 10 Tennessee Scientists, 2004.
American Institute of Biological Sciences: Distinguished Scientist Award, 2006.
SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Ecological Society of America, Pi Mu Epsilon, American Society of Naturalists, Society for Mathematical Biology, Society for Conservation Biology, American Institute of Biological Sciences, Mathematical Association of America.
CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED:
Organizer and cochair, Symposium on Some Mathematical Questions in Plant Biology, sponsored by AMS/SIAM/AAAS, May, l985. (Budget: $8000).
Codirector (with S. A. Levin and T. G. Hallam). Second Autumn Course on Mathematical Ecology, 1986 (Budget: $250,000). First Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology, 1988 (Budget: $160,000). Third Autumn Course on Mathematical Ecology, 1990 (Budget: $122,000). Second Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology, 1992 (Budget: $80,000). Fourth Autumn Course on Mathematical Ecology, 1994 (Budget: $82,000).Third Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology, 1996 (Budget: $65,000). Fifth Course on Mathematical Ecology, 2000 (Budget: $65,000). International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy
Coorganizer. Workshop on Populations, Communities, Ecosystems: an Individual Perspective; sponsored by Science Alliance of UTK, Electric Power Research Institute, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Knoxville, Tennessee, 1990 (Budget: $26,000).
Organizer. Eighth Southeastern Mathematical/Statistical Ecology Conference. Fontana Village, NC. March 1991.
Organizer. Workshop on A Quantitative Curriculum for Life Science Students. Funded by the National Science Foundation. Knoxville, TN. 1992 (Budget: $20,000).
Organizer. Workshop on Quantitative Training for Life Science Students. Funded by the National Science Foundation. Knoxville, TN. 1994 (Budget: $17,000).
Workshop Leader, Pellissippi State College Workshop on Mathematical Modeling for Community College Faculty: A Technological Approach, funded by National Science Foundation. May 1994, October 1994, March 1995.
Co-organizer, Workshop on Across Trophic-Level System Simulation for the Freshwater Wetlands of the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp. Sponsored by Everglades National Park and the National Biological Survey, Homestead, Florida. June 1994.
Organizer, Symposium on Quantitative Training for Life Science Students and Open Computer Laboratory, American Institute for Biological Sciences Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN. August 1994.
Co-organizer, Second Workshop on Across Trophic-Level System Simulation for the Freshwater Wetlands of the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp. Sponsored by Everglades National Park and the National Biological Service, Miami, Florida. April 1995.
Organizer. SIAM Minisymposium on Environmental Modeling and Computation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Charlotte, NC. October 1995.
Co-organizer and co-chair. MAA Special Contributed Paper Session on Interdisciplinary Programs with Undergraduate Mathematics. Annual Meeting of the Mathematics Association of America, Orlando, FL. January 1996.
Session organizer. National Conference on Environmental Decision Making. Special Session on Computational Ecology and Environmental Decision Making. Knoxville, TN, May 1998.
Course Leader and Lecturer, NSF Chatauqua Course on Quantitative Life Science Education: Preparing Fearless Biologists, Memphis, TN, June 1999.
Organizing Committee, Fourth International Connference on GIS and Environmental Modeling: Problems, Prospects and Research Needs. Banff, Canada, September 2000.
Director and Organizer, Short Courses on the Mathematics of Biological Complexity. Knoxville, TN, June, October and December 2000.
Local Organizing Committee Member and Chair for Education, Outreach and Entertainment. Evolution 2001 Meetings of the Society for the Study of Evolution and the American Society of Naturalists. Knoxville, TN, June 2001.
Society for Mathematical Biology. Scientific Committee member for Annual Meetings (1999, 2000, 2005, 2010), 2002 Annual Meeting Chair and Organizer, Knoxville, TN.
Ecological Society of America, Symposium Organizer and Chair for "Spatial Control of Natural and Managed Systems: Theory and Applications". Discussion organizer "Helping undergraduates appreciate the role of theory in ecology". Madison, WI August 2001.
Co-Director. Workshops on Computational Science for Natural Resource Managers. Knoxville, TN. April 2006, April 2007.
Ecological Society of America, Program Chair, 2008 Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.
Organizer and Moderator, AAAS Symposium on Moving Across Scales: Mathematics for Investigating Biological Hierarchies February 21, 2010, cosponsored by AAAS Sections A and G and The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis.
Steering Committee, NSF Workshop on Mathematical Challenges for Sustainability, Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, Rutgers University. Rutgers, New Jersey. November 2010
Steering Committee, National Academy of Sciences Workshop on The Role of Animal Agriculture in a Sustainable 21st Century Global Food System. Washington, DC. November 2010
Society for Mathematical Biology. 2012 Annual Meeting Chair and Organizer, Knoxville, TN. July 2012
Steering Committee, Workshop on Integrating Environmental Health Data to Advance Discovery, National Research Council Standing Committee on Use of Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions, January 2013
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:
Referee for: Journal of Mathematical Biology, SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, Biometrics, Theoretical Population Biology, Ecology, Oecologia, American Journal of Botany, Trends in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, American Naturalist, Bioscience, PLOS Biology, PNAS, Ecology Letters.
Editorial Boards:
Karachi Journal of Mathematics; 19831987.
Ecological Applications; 19891992, Ecological Society of America.
Ecology, and Ecological Monographs; 19901992, Ecological Society of America.
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2001-2005
Professional Societies:
Society for Mathematical Biology:
Scholarship Committee, 198789.
Scientific Organizing Committee and Chair of Special Session on Education, International Congress on Theory and Mathematics in Biology and Medicine, Amsterdam, 1999.
Scientific Organizing Committee, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, 2000.
Chair and Organizer, 2002 Annual Meeting, Knoxville, 2002.
President-Elect, 2002-2003; President, 2003-2005; Past-President, 2005-2006.
Nominating Committee Chair, 2009.
Okubo Prize Award Chair, 2011.
Chair and Organizer, 2012 Annual Meeting, Knoxville 2012.
Ecological Society of America:
Judge for the Murray F. Buell Award (various years).
Committee on Ecologists in Developing Countries, 19901993.
International Relations Committee, 1993-1998.
Theoretical Ecology Section, Vice Chair, 2000-2001; Chair, 2001-2002.
Advisory Board Member, Ecological Education Network Digital Library, BioEdNet Project, 2001-2003.
Meetings Committee, 2004-2010.
Program Chair, 2008 Annual Meeting.
Steering Committee, Ecology and Education Summit, Ecological Society of America and the National Education Association. Washington, DC. October 2010.
SEEDS Mentor, 2009, 2011.
American Institute of Biological Sciences:
Board of Directors, elected by Membership-at-large, 2008-2011.
Treasurer, 2010-2012.
Other Professional Service:
Visiting Scholar Program, Oak Ridge Associated Universities. 19891993.
Course instructor, Short Course on Mathematical Modeling, NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates Program, Univ. of Tenn., Summer 1989.
Mathematics Enrichment Program, Sequoyah Elementary School, Knoxville TN. Developed a pilot program during 1993-4 for 3rd and 4th graders using games to illustrate probability concepts. Ran this program for several classes of these grades during 1994-5.
Moderator for the Life Sciences Section of the Mathematics Archive Site (ftp/gopher/WWW). 1994-2002.
External Advisory Board Member, NSF Mathematics Across the Curriculum Project. University of Nevada, Reno. 1994-1998.
External Advisory Board Member, NSF Mathematics for Biology Project. Iowa State University. 1995-1997.
Member, National Advisory Committee for the NSF-funded Middle Atlantic Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications. University of Pennsylvania. 1997-1998.
National Advisory Board Member for NSF Project, An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Mathematics and Composition Through a Course Cluster. Marist College, 1998-1999.
National Advisory Board Member for NSF Project, Mathematical Modeling in the Life Sciences, City College of New York, 1998-1999.
EPA Fellowship Review Panel, Terrestrial Ecology and Ecosystems (2000, 2001, 2002, 2007).
NSF Innovative Technology Research Panel on Advanced Computational Science (2000, 2002).
NSF Panel on Interdisciplinary Informatics Post-docs (June, 2004; June 2006)
NSF Panel on Evolutionary and Population Ecology (April, 2005)
NSF Panel on Human and Social Dynamics (May 2007)
NSF Panel on Review of Teragrid (February 2007)
NSF Panel on Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (April 2008)
NSF Blue Ribbon NEON Observatory Review Panel (February 2009)
NSF Macrosystems Biology Panel (January 2010)
European Commission Review Panel for NEST Programme (July, 2004; July 2006)
NIH/National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Review Panel on Ecosystem Models of Alcohol-Related Behavior (December 2003).
NIH Special Emphasis Panel/Scientific Review Group 2005/05 ZRG1 BST-A (90) (April, 2005)
Board of Governors, Mathematical Biosciences Institute (NSF Division of Mathematical Sciences), Ohio State University, 2002-2006. Chair, 2003-2005.
Advisory Committee, MAA Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (CUPM) Curriculum Initiative, 2002-2005. Mathematical Biology CUPM Panel 2012-2013
Member, World Bank Scientific Review Panel on Lower Kihansi Environmental Management, Tanzania. 2003 - 2004.
Advisory Committee Member, Bioinformatics Education Project, University of Texas, San Antonio, February 2003.
Scientific Advisory Board Member, The BioQuest Project. Beloit College, 1998-2004.
Advisory Committee Member, NSF-STEP (Talent Expansion in Quantitative Biology) Award, East Tennessee State University, 2006-2010.
Advisory Board and Steering Committee, Vision and Change in Undergraduate Biology Education, AAAS and NSF, July 2009.
Army Research Office, Mathematical Sciences Division Board of Visitors, May 2010
Steering Committee, Workshop on Mathematical Challenges for Sustainability. DIMACS, Rutgers University, November 2010.
AAAS Panel for Science Prize for On-line Resources (SPORE), 2010-2012
National Science Board, Discussion Group for Task Force on Unsolicited Mid-Scale Research, March 2011.
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), 2011 Joint Prizes Selection Committee, November 2011.
Army Research Office, Mathematical Sciences Division Board of Visitors, May 2012.
Advisory Board and Steering Committee, Vision and Change in Undergraduate Biology Education II, AAAS, HHMI, NIH and NSF, 2012-2013.
Tenure and Promotions Reviews: Arizona State University, Case-Western University, Cornell University, Florida State University, Iowa State University, Macalester College, Moffitt Cancer Center, New Mexico State University, North Carolina State University, Pennsylvania State University, Rutgers University, San Diego State University, San Francisco State University, SUNY Geneseo, Texas Tech, University of Alabama Huntsville, University of Alberta, University of Arizona, University of California Riverside, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Chicago, University of Connecticut, University of Guelph, University of Kentucky, University of Maryland, University of Minnesota Minneapolis, University of Nebraska- Lincoln, University of Nevada Reno, University of North Texas, University of Ottawa, University of South Florida, University of Texas El Paso, University of Vermont, University of Washington Seattle, University of Washington Takoma, Utah State University, Washington State University, William and Mary University, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, York University
For The National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council:
Member, National Academy of Sciences Mathematics and Computer Science Panel for
the Bio2010 Project. 2001-2002.
Chair, National Research Council Committee on Integrating Biocomplexity Research and
Education. 2001-2003. Chair of Workshop held April 14-15, 2002 in Washington, DC, and Reviewer of Report (report released February, 2003).
Presenter, Public Briefing on National Research Council Bio2010 Report, Undergraduate Biology Education to Prepare Research Scientists for the 21st Century. September 10, 2002.
Presenter, National Research Council Math Science Education Board Meeting, November 1, 2002. "Quantitative education for life sciences: Bio2010 and beyond."
Reviewer, National Research Council Review of the Florida Keys Carrying Capacity Study. February, 2002.
Presenter, National Research Council Panel to Review the Critical Ecosystems Studies Initiative. Key Largo, FL. May, 2002.
Reviewer, National Research Council Report Re-engineering Water Storage in the Everglades: Risks and Opportunities. September 2004.
Invited Participant, National Academy of Sciences Workshop on New Classes of Antimicrobials. May, 2005.
Reviewer, National Research Council Report Progress Restoring the Everglades: the First Biennial Review. May 2006.
Member, National Research Council Committee on Environmental Decision Making: Principles and Criteria for Models. 2003-2007.
Member, Board on Life Sciences. 2008-2014.
Steering Committee Member, Workshop on The Role of Animal Agriculture in a Sustainable 21st Century Global Food System. November 2010.
Liaison, Board on Life Sciences to the NRC Standing Committee on Use of Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions. 2010-present.
Presenter and Invited Discussant, NRC Mathematical Sciences and its Applications Board, Workshop on Data Collection in Support of Modeling and Simulation. November 2012.
Steering Committee, Workshop on Integrating Environmental Health Data to Advance Discovery, NRC Standing Committee on Use of Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions, January 2013.
UNIVERSITY SERVICE:
Faculty member in the Plant Physiology and Genetics, and Ethology Programs as part of the Life Sciences Graduate Program, 1983-1995.
Appointed to UTK Science Alliance Center of Excellence, 1984,19861989, 1991-1994, 1996-2001.
Volunteer producer and host, Live at Laurel radio show, WUOT-FM. 19831989.
Faculty Senate:
Faculty Senator 1989-1992, 2001-2004.
Faculty Senate Budget Committee, 19891994, 2001-2006, Chair 2002-2004.
Executive Committee, 2002-2004, 2005-2008.
Committee on Teaching Evaluations, 1991-1993.
President-Elect, 2005-2006.
President, 2006-2007.
Past-President, 2007-2008.
Member: Commission for Blacks, Commission for Women, LGTB Commission 2006-2007.
UTK Review and Redirection Task Force, 2003-2004.
UTK Residency Classification Committee, 19871990.
UTK Classroom Upgrade Committee, 2000-2005.
University of Tennessee System Federal Compliance Task Force, 2003-2008.
Search Committee Member, UTK Chief Information Officer and Assistant Vice Chancellor, 2011-2013.
University of Tennessee System IT Committee, 2007-2008.
Scalable Intra-Campus Network Grid (SinRG) Project - Computer Science NSF Infrastructure Award - Steering Committee, 2000-2004.
College of Arts and Sciences Speakers Bureau, 1995-present.
Chair, Graduate Program in Ecology Admissions Committee, 19891990.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Tenure and Promotion Committee, Chair, 1998-2000.
DII Users Advisory Group on Computing, 1995-1996.
Faculty advisor, The Knoxville Country Dancers (student organization). 1989-2003.
Faculty advisor, Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity (student organization). 1997-1999.
Community Service:
Scoutmaster, Boy Scout Troop 12. Vestal and Mount Olive Schools. 1980-1985.
Jubilee Community Arts. Live at Laurel Radio Show Founder and Producer (1981-1989); Board of Directors (1989-1993, 1997-2000); Treasurer (1990-1993); House Sound Engineer (1989-present).
Temple Beth El. Board of Directors (1980-1982, 2001-2004).
Community Shares. University of Tennessee Advisory Board (1985-1992); Board of Directors (1997-2001). Treasurer (1999-2001), Finance Committee member (1998-2013).
INVITED PRESENTATIONS:
American Mathematical Society Annual Meeting Special Session on Mathematical Modeling, New York City. April 1979.
International Centre for Theoretical Physics. Lectures for UNESCO Course on Mathematical Ecology. Trieste, Italy. November 1982
American Mathematical Society/Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics Symposium on Some Mathematical Questions in Biology, AAAS Meeting, Los Angeles, May 1985
International Centre for Theoretical Physics. Lectures for Second Course on Mathematical Ecology. Trieste, Italy. November 1986
Asilomar Conference on Theoretical Ecology, Pacific Grove, California. May 1987
Workshop on Biomathematics and Related Computational Problems, Capri, Italy. May 1987.
International Symposium on Mathematical Approaches to Environmental and Ecological Problems, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. November 1987.
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, First Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology, Trieste, Italy. October November, 1988
Visiting Scholar Lecturer, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras. November 1989
Visiting Scholar Lecturer, Texas Women's University, Denton, Texas. February 1990
Sigma Xi Wingspread Workshop on Entrylevel Science Courses for Undergraduates. Racine, Wisconsin. June 1990
Society of Environmental Toxicology Workshop on Ecological Modeling in Avian Toxicology. Kiawah Island, South Carolina. July 1990
US DOE Program in Theoretical Ecology. Theoretical ecology: progress and prospects, Beltsville, MD. April 1991
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Symposium presentation. Honolulu, Hawaii. August 1992.
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Second Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology, Trieste, Italy. November 1992
AMS/MAA Workshop on Changing Collegiate Education: Mathematical Sciences and their Uses in Other Disciplines. Washington, DC. March 1994.
National Park Service and Scientific Sub-committee of the Interagency Task Force on South Florida Restoration. Homestead, FL. June 1994
American Institute of Biological Sciences Annual Meeting. Symposium presentation, Knoxville, TN. August 1994
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Fourth Autumn Course on Mathematical Ecology. Trieste, Italy. November 1994
Workshop on FirstYear Mathematics Courses for Students in the Life Sciences. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. December 1994
Conference on Mathematical Models in Population Dynamics. Utah State University, Logan, Utah. August 1995
San Diego Supercomputer Center Workshop on Computational Ecology. San Diego, CA. September 1995
SIAM Annual Meeting. Symposium presentation. Charlotte, NC. October 1995
Sixth Symposium on Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment: Modeling and Risk Assessment, ASTM and Society for Environmental Toxicology. Orlando, FL. April 1996
Conference on Mathematics for Life Sciences Undergraduate Students. Keynote speaker. Iowa State University. Ames, Iowa. May 1996
Symposium on The Interface between Theoretical Ecology and Conservation Biology. Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology. Providence, RI. August 1996
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Third Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology. Trieste, Italy. October 1996
Workshop on Aquatic Ecosystem Modeling and Assessment Techniques, Winrock Conference Center, Morrilton, Arkansas. July 1997
Workshop on Strategies of Modeling Biological Systems. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. November 1997
Special Year in Mathematical Biology, International Center of Sciences, Cuernavaca, Mexico. November 1997
Workshop on Integrating GIS and MultiAgent Modelling Techniques, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 1998
National Conference on Environmental Decision Making, Knoxville, TN. May 1998
Advanced Course in Ecological Modeling, Beijer Institute, The International Institute of Ecological Economics. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Santa Fe Institute. Santa Fe, New Mexico. December 1998
NSF Workshop on Modelling across the Sciences, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. April 1999
Troisieme cycle romand en sciences biologiques: Wetlands, Population Dynamics of Plants and Animals. Fribourg, Switzerland. October 1999
Conference on Predicting Species Occurrences: issues of scale and accuracy. Snowbird, Utah. October 1999
Workshop on Biocomplexity Special Competition: opportunities in the Mathematical Sciences sponsored by the NSF. Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minnesota. January 2000
International Centre for Theoretical Physics. Fifth Course on Mathematical Ecology. Trieste, Italy. March 2000
Ecole de Printemps, Modles et theories pour le contrle de ressources vivantes et la gestion de systmes Ecologiques. Institut National Agronomique ParisGrignon, France. International invited lecturer. May 2000
MAA Curriculum Foundations Workshop in Biology and Chemistry. Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota. Keynote speaker. November 2000
Arizona State University Mathematics Department Distinguished Lecture Series. Tempe, Arizona. March 2001
Hollins University. Public lecture series. Hollins, Virginia. April 2001
National Academy of Sciences Workshop: Bio2010: Undergraduate Biology Education
to Prepare Research Scientists for the 21st Century. Snowmass, Colorado. August 2001
Workshop on Applied Biology/Biotechnology, Florida Gulf Coast University. Naples, Florida. September 2001
Workshop on Intellectual Imperatives in Ethnobiology. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri. April 2002
Mathematical Biology Workshop. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. Featured lecturer. May 2002
Project Kaleidoscope Summer Institute. Williamsburg, Virginia. Workshop leader and presenter. May 2002.
BioQUEST Workshop on Biocomplexity in Undergraduate Education. Beloit College, Racine, Wisconsin. Workshop leader and keynote speaker. June 2002
Workshop on New Paradigms in Teaching Introductory and Cell Biology: Bio 2010. Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology. San Francisco, California. December 2002
Meeting the Challenges in Emerging Areas: Education Across the Life, Mathematical and Computer Sciences. Mathematical Association of America, National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health. Keynote speaker. Bethesda, Maryland. February 2003.
Tenth Annual Hudson River Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (HRUMC) Union College, Plenary address. Schenectady, New York. April 2003
Conference of NIH/NIGMS MORE Division Program Directors. Lake Tahoe, Nevada. June 2003.
Alcala 2nd International Conference on Mathematical Ecology, Plenary lecturer, Alcala de Henares (Madrid), Spain. September 2003.
Project Kaleidoscope Assembly, University of Colorado. Boulder, Colorado. November 2003.
Association of American Medical Colleges, Group on Graduate Research, Education, and Training Annual Meeting. Austin, Texas. April 2004
Symposium for Frontiers in Mathematical Biology and Bioinformatics, Auburn University. Auburn, Alabama. May 2004
Annual Meeting Society for Mathematical Biology. Presidential address. Ann Arbor, Michigan. July 2004
Kansas City Regional Mathematics Technology EXPO. Rockhurst University. Keynote address. Kansas City, Missouri. October 2004
Symposium on Quantitative Science in the Biology Curriculum, University of Maryland Baltimore County. Baltimore, Maryland. December 2004
AMS Special Session on Mathematics and 21st Century Biology. Joint Mathematics Meetings. Atlanta, Georgia. January 2005
Workshop on Spatial Ecology: The Interplay Between Theory and Data, University of Miami. Miami, Florida. January 2005
Symposium on Math and Bio2010: Linking Undergraduate Disciplines. Annual Meeting of the AAAS, Washington, DC. February 2005
The First Young Researchers Workshop in Mathematical Biology, Mathematical BioSciences Institute, Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. March 2005
European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Plenary speaker. Dresden, Germany. July 2005
Brazilian Society for Computational and Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting. Plenary speaker. Petropolis, Brazil. December 2005
South Carolina BIO 2010 Workshop, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. March 2006.
US Military Academy Conference on Improving Undergraduate Mathematics through Applications in Biology. West Point, New York. April 2006.
Education in Mathematical Biology Workshop. Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. April 2006
NSF Workshop on Future Directions in Modeling for Environmental Observatories. Tucson, Arizona. May 2006
Workshop on Integrating Math and Science Content in Division Courses. University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota. May 2006
NIH Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award Annual Meeting. Kansas City, Missouri. June 2006
Annual Meeting, Society for Mathematical Biology and SIAM Life Sciences Activity Group. Raleigh, North Carolina. July 2006.
NSF Workshop on the Computational Worldview and the Sciences. Princeton, New Jersey. December 2006.
Mathematical Biosciences Institute Workshop on Opportunities in Mathematical Biology for Underrepresented Groups. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. March 2007
Mathematical Biosciences Institute Workshop Over the Fence: Conversations between Mathematicians and Biologists about Curriculum Revitalization. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. June 2007
Mathematical Association of America Summer Meeting (MathFest). Invited Address. San Jose, California. August 2007
Mathematical Biosciences Institute Conference on Integrating Differential Equations with Math Biology. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. November 2007
Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Western Kentucky University, Keynote speaker. Bowling Green, Kentucky. March 2008
Pacific Institute of Mathematical Sciences Mathematical Biology Summer Workshop University of Alberta, Invited International Guest. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. May 2008
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Symposium on New Approaches to the Evolution of Social Behavior. August 2008
Czech Academy of Sciences Institute of Systems Biology and Ecology. Symposium on Perspectives of Systems Biology and Ecology. Nove Hrady, Czech Republic. August 2008
National Conference of Society for Natural Areas, Symposium on Decision Support Tools for Natural Area Management - Accounting for Changing Conditions. Nashville, Tennessee. October 2008.
Pan American Studies Conference on Long Term Changes in Tropical Forests: La Selva as a Case Study. La Selva Biological Field Station, Costa Rica. April 2009
Pacific Northwest Conference on Comprehensive Mathematical Modeling in the Natural and Engineering Sciences Organized in the Spirit of L. A. Segel, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. June 2009
Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Ecological Systems Symposium, First Joint Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Biology and the Chinese Society for Mathematical Biology. Hangzhou, China. June 2009
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Symposium on Undergraduate Ecological Education. Albuquerque, New Mexico. August 2009
MAA Environmental Mathematics Activity Group, Joint Meeting of the American Math Society and Mathematics Association of America. San Francisco, California. January 2010
National Academies Committee on Computational Thinking for Everyone - Washington DC - (presented via web). February 2010
Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Symposium on Moving Across Scales: Mathematics for Investigating Biological Hierarchies. San Diego, California. February 2010
Mathematics and Biology Departments, Arizona State University, Distinguished Lecturer. Tempe, Arizona. March 2010
National Academy of Sciences Beyond Bio2010 Conference. Keynote talk. Washington, DC. May 2010
HHMI Quantitative Biology Meeting, University of Delaware, Keynote speaker. Newark, Delaware. June 2010
Department of Homeland Security Annual Chemical and Biological Division Performers Conference, Washington, DC. August 2010
Ecology and Education Summit, Ecological Society of America and the National Education Association. Washington, DC. October 2010
Workshop on Evolutionary Dynamics in Cancer, James S. McDonnell Foundation. Almagro, Spain. September 2010
Workshop on The Role of Animal Agriculture in a Sustainable 21st Century Global Food System, Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, National Academy of Sciences. Washington, DC. November 2010
NSF Workshop on Mathematical Challenges for Sustainability, Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, Rutgers University, Rutgers, New Jersey. November 2010
Symposium on Systems Biology: Definitions and Implementations, Vanderbilt, University, Nashville, Tennessee. February 2011
Conference on Computational and Systems Biology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. March 2011
University of Tennessee Undergraduate Honor's Symposium. Keynote talk. Knoxville, Tennessee. March 2011
Workshop on Glioma Ecosystem Opportunities, James S. McDonnell Foundation, La Jolla, California. April 2011
DOE Low Dose Radiation Research Investigators' Workshop. Washington, DC. May 2011
University of Tennessee Comparative and Experimental Medicine/Public Health Research Symposium, Keynote talk. Knoxville, Tennessee. June 2011
Konrad Lorenz Institute Workshop on Meaning of Theory in Biology. Vienna, Austria, June 2011
NSF Workshop on Adaptive Organismal Biology. Washington, DC. September 2011
4th International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research. Plenary speaker. University of Portland, Portland, Oregon. December 2011
Association of Southeastern Biologists Annual Meeting, Symposium on A New 'Vision' for Undergraduate Biology Education. Athens, Georgia. April 2012
HHMI Conference on Making Biomath Happen. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. June 2012
Mathematical Biosciences Institute Summer Graduate Course, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. June 2012
AAAS/NSF Workshop on Introductory Biology. Washington, DC. June 2012
SIAM/NSF Workshop on Modeling across the Curriculum. Washington, DC. August 2012
Workshop on Data Collection in Support of Modeling and Simulation. National Research Council Mathematical Sciences and its Applications Board, Washington, DC. November 2012
CONTRIBUTED TALKS AND SEMINARS:
Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, October 1979
DOE workshop on Applications of Mathematics to Environmental Problems, Knoxville, TN. December 1979
Workshop on Crop Simulation, Biological Systems Simulation Group, Mississippi State University, March 1980
Ecological Society of America meeting, Tucson, August 1980
Workshop on Crop Simulation, Biological Systems Simulation Group, University of Florida, March 1981
Conference on Environmetrics, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Alexandria, Virginia, April 1981.
Association of Southeastern Biologists meeting, Knoxville, TN, April 1981
Ecological Society of America meeting, Bloomington, August 1981
Gordon Conference on CO2 Fixation by Green Plants, Andover, NH, July 1982
Grassland Research Institute, Great Britain, September 1982
University of Liverpool, Department of Botany. Great Britain, October 1982
Workshop on Crop Simulation, Biological Systems Simulation Group, University of NebraskaLincoln, March 1984
Ecological Society of America meeting, Fort Collins, CO, August 1984
Math Department, University of California, Davis, May, 1985
Ecology and Systematics, Cornell University, November, 1985
International Congress of Mathematicians, Berkeley, California, August, 1986
Southeastern Math Ecology Conference, Clemson University. April, 1988
Horticulture, Biomathematics and Statistics, North Carolina State University. April, 1988
Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Davis, California. August, 1988
Section of Ecology and Systematics and Center for Applied Mathematics, Cornell University, May 1991
Department of Mathematics, Masaryk University, Brno, Czechoslovakia. August 1991
Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, San Antonio, Texas. January, 1993
Southeastern Math Ecology Meeting. Highlands, NC. April 1993
Southeastern Mathematical Ecology Meeting, North Carolina State University. Raleigh, NC. April 1994
MAA Sectional Conference. Jefferson City, TN. April 1994.
Natural Resources Science Day, Washington, DC. May 1994.
NSF Workshop on Mathematical Modeling: a Technological Approach. Pellissippi State College. Knoxville, TN. May 1994
Project IMPACT: Disseminating innovation in undergraduate education, Washington, DC. June 1994
Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Knoxville, TN. August 1994
Mathematics Department, University of Nevado. Revo, NV. September 1994
Workshop on "Coupling ATLSS (Across Trophic Level System Simulation for the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp) to empirical studies.", National Biological Service and University of Miami, Miami, FL. April 1995
SIAM Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC. October 1995
MAA Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL. January 1996
Departments of Mathematics and Biology, Texas Technological University. Lubbock, TX. May 1996
National Science Foundation, Education and Human Resources Division. Washington, DC. June 1996
Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Providence, RI. August 1996
Meeting on ATLSS/ELM, University of Miami, Miami, FL January 1997
First Annual Conference, Walt Dineen Society. Florida International University. Miami, FL. May 1997
UAMIztapalapa, Mathematics Department. Mexico City, November 1997
UNAM, Faculty of Sciences, Mexico City, November 1997
Challenges in Environmental Sciences Session, WATTEC Conference, Knoxville, TN, February 1998
International Congress of Ecology, Florence, Italy, July 1998
SIAM Southeast section meeting. Knoxville, TN March 1999
Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting. Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 1999
Mathematical Biology Seminar, University of Utah, October 1999
SUNY Geneseo Mathematics Department Invited Colloquium (supported by Mapstone Financial Group). Geneseo, NY, November 1999
Mathematics and Biology Departments, Ohio University. Athens, OH, December 1999
Cary Conference IX (Understanding Ecosystems: The Role of Quantitative Models in Observation, Synthesis & Prediction), Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY. May 2001
Ecological Society of America, Madison, WI August 2001
Biomathematics Program. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. February 2002
Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Informational Workshop Series. Nova Southeastern University, Davie, FL. May 2002
Short Course on the Mathematics of Biological Complexity. July 2002
Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.Tucson, AZ. August 2002
Mathematics and Biology Departments, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. August 2002
Mathematics and Biology Departments, University of Miami. Miami, FL. December 2002
Mathematics and Biology Departments, New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, NM. December 2002
UT Tampa Area Alumni speaker, Tampa, FL. April 2003
Southern Appalachian CESU Advisory Management Meeting. Knoxville, TN. May 2003
Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting. Dundee, Scotland. July 2003
USGS National Biological Information Infrastructure Biodiversity Modeling Workshop. Maui High Performance Computing Center. July 2003
Undergraduate Biology/Mathematics Program, Truman State University, Kirksville, MO. October 2003
Biology Department, Indiana University/Purdue University Indianapolis. November 2003
Biology Department, MARC and RISE Scholars Program. California State University, San Marcos. February 2004
Miami Chapter, UT Alumni Association. April 2004
US Fish and Wildlife Service Staff, Vero Beach, FL. April 2004
West Palm Beach Chapter, UT Alumni Association. April 2004
Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, Portland OR. August 2004
Bioinformatics Program, University of Texas - El Paso. January 2005
Center for Integrating Statistical and Environmental Science, University of Chicago. February 2005
Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Conference. Orlando, FL. June 2006
Alabama A&M University. Huntsville, AL. June 2006
University of Alberta Math Biology Program. June 2006
Stanford University Department of Biological Sciences. Palo Alto, CA. May 2007
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. San Jose, CA. August 2007.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Life Science and Mathematics. February 2010
Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Meeting, Fort Meyers, FL. July 2010
Society for Mathematical Biology Annual Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. July 2010
Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. August 2010
Departments of Mathematics and Biology, James Madison University - Harrisonburg, VA September 2010
Mathematics Department, Duke University, Durham, NC. November 2010
Departments of Mathematics and Biology, University of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas. January 2011
Oak Ridge Institute for Continued Learning, Oak Ridge, TN. April 2011
University of Vermont Department of Plant Biology. Burlington, VT. October 2011
University of Missouri Life Sciences Program. Columbia, Missouri. November 2011
University of California at Los Angeles Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. January 2012
NIH National Institute for General Medical Sciences. Bethesda, MD. January 17, 2012
NIH National Institute for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. Bethesda, MD January 2012
Departments of Mathematics and Biology, St. Olaf College. Northfield, MN. March 2012
Green Book, Brown Bag Series, Knox County Library. July 2012
NSF Biology Centers Meeting, SESYNC. Annapolis, MD. June 2012
NIH/NIBIB Multiscale Modeling Consortium Meeting. Bethesda, MD. October 2012
COURSES AND GRADUATE SEMINARS DEVELOPED:
Mathematics for the Life Sciences (Math 151-2, Fall 1993- present)
Stochastic Differential Equations (Spring 1980)
Evolutionary Theory Evolution of Sex (Spring 1980),
Group Selection (Spring 1981), Models in Evolution (Spring 1982)
Mathematical Evolutionary Theory (Winter 1982, Spring 90)
Applied Probability Theory (198182, 8485, Spring 90)
Introduction to Mathematical Ecology (Spring 1982)
Modelling Agroecosystems (Spring 1983)
Foraging Theory (Winter 1984)
Modern Topics in Plant Physiological Ecology (Spring 1985, 1988)
Theoretical Aspects of Behavioral Ecology (Spring 1986, 89)
Mathematical Modeling (Winter 1987, Winter 88, Fall 91)
Models in Biology (Fall 1984, Spring 89)
Scale and Ecological Processes (Fall 1997 with M. Weaver)
Computational Science for Natural Resource Management (Spring 2005)
Individual-Based Modeling in Ecology (Fall, 2005)
POST-DOCTORAL ASSOCIATES:
Yegang Wu. 7/92-7/93. Developing individualoriented computer models for deer and Florida Panther in a spatially explicit manner for Everglades landscapes.(Supported by Cooperative agreement with National Park Service).
HangKwang Luh. 1/94-6/94. Developing landscapescale imaging methods for Everglades models including deerpanther and vegetation (supported by Cooperative agreement with National Park Service).
HangKwang Luh. 7/94-10/96. Developing parallelization methods for spatiallyexplicit individualbased models (supported by NSF grant).
Siddharthan Ramachandramurthi. 7/94-10/96. Developing parallelization methods for structured population individualbased models (supported by NSF grant codirected with Tom Hallam).
John Curnutt. 3/98-8/98. Developing comparisons of effects of hydrologic plans on various endangered species in South Florida (supported by U.S.G.S. Cooperative agreement)
M. Philip Nott. 10/98-12/99. Developing computer models for the endangered Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow (supported by U.S.G.S. Cooperative agreement).
Paul Wetzel. 9/00-6/01. Developing vegetation parameterizations for the dynamics of vegetation in ATLSS models (supported by USGS Cooperative agreement).
Brian Beckage. 11/01-12/03. Developing individual based models for pine population dynamics in the Everglades (supported by NSF Biofinformatics Post-doctoral Fellowship).
Rene Salinas. 9/03-9/04. Developing models for spatial control of black bear populations (supported by NSF QEIB grant).
Seema Nanda. 11/03-12/04. Developing stochastic control models for population management (supported by NSF QEIB grant).
Dali Wang. 1/03-8/07. Developing grid computing and parallelization methods for ecological multimodels (supported by NSF ITR grant).
Andrew Whittle. 9/04-8/06. Developing optimal control models for integro-difference equations and spatial models for invasive species (supported by NSF ITR grant).
Michael Fuller. 10/04-7/07. Developing ecological components of models for spatial control in application to natural resource management and leading workshop on computational science for natural resource managers (supported by NSF ITR award).
Wandi Ding. 9/06-8/07. Developing mathematical methods for optimal spatial control of disease and ecological models (supported by NSF ITR award).
Paula Federico. 8/07-9/08. Developing mathematical methods for optimal spatial control in individual-based models (supported by NSF ITR award).
Will Godsoe. 9/09-9/11. Statistical analysis of species distributions and environmental impacts on biodiversity (supported by NIMBioS).
Emily Moran. 9/10-5/12. Community genetics as impacted by global change with emphasis on tree species responses in forest systems (supported by NIMBioS).
GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES:
Ph.D. Students: Linda SvobodaAllen (Math), Medhat Antonios (Math), Jose de Luna (Math), Betsy Cochran (Ecology), Anthony King (Ecology), Rick Busing (Botany), Jia Li (Math), Greg Kauffman (Ecology), Elizabeth Smith (Ecology), Jeffrey Hyman (Ecology), Louis Provencher (Ecology), Xinyuan Wu (Ecology), Jacques Silva (Math), Masaki Kurasawa (Electrical Engineering), Nicholas McLetchie (Ecology), Azmy Ackleh (Math), Hank-Kwang Luh (Zoology), Shandelle Henson (Math), Graciela Canziani (Ecology), Konstadia Lika (Math), Mark Clark (Ecology), James Rosson (Ecology), Yan Wu (Civil Engineering), Yetta Jager (Ecology), Cynthia Crone (Math), QingPing Deng (Math), Audrey Mayer (EEB), Maria Siopsis (Math), Donald Martorello (EEB), Diego Vazquez (EEB), Betsy Von Holle (EEB), Jim Giocomo (Natural Resources), Erika Asano (Math), Wandi Ding (Math), Michael Collins (EEB), Tom Purucker (EEB), Hongtao Du (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Paula Federico (EEB), Peng Zhong (Math), Michael Lawton (EEB), Premal Shah (EEB), Rachael Neilan (Math), Rachel Leander (Math), Robert Stewart (Geography), Teng Ma (EECS).
Masters Students: Betsy Cochran (Math), Graham Dynes(Math), Yetta Jager (Ecology), Jim Cockerill (Zoology), Betsy Groton (Forestry), Wen Lu (Math), Bronte Allen (Math), Joel Lown (Agricultural Engineering), Hal Beck (Electrical Engineering), Anett Trebitz (Ecology), Gail Wauford (Management Science), Richard Barrett (Math), Mark Drew (Botany), Tamara Henry (Math), Derek Prowe (Math), Scott Sylvester (Math), Catherine Abbott (Computer Science), Linda Mellott (Computer Science), Daryl Neergaard (Math), Erin Miller (Math), Eric Marsland (Entomology), Jennifer Manrod (EEB), Travis Belote (EEB), Cayenne Engel (EEB), Michael Harmon (Computer Science), Kristen Bains (Computer Science), Nick Buchanan (Computer Science).
Students directed:
Mark Bevelhimer, Ph.D. in Ecology, January 1990.
Dissertation: Habitat Selection of Kokanee Salmon and Smallmouth Bass in Thermally Heterogeneous Environments: the Importance of Growth Maximization to Diel Habitat Shifts.
Larry Pounds, Ph.D. in Ecology, August 1995.
Dissertation: A Model for Multiple Preserve Selection for Endangered Plants.
Milena Holmgren, Ph.D. in Ecology, August 1996.
Dissertation: The Interactive Effect of Shade and Drought on Seedling Growth and Survival (co-directed by M. A. Huston)
Holly Gaff, Ph.D. in Mathematics, August 1999. Dissertation:
Spatial Heterogeneity in Ecological Models: Two Case Studies.
Rene Salinas, Ph.D. in Mathematics, August 2003. Dissertation: Modeling the Effects of Harvesting on Black Bears in the Southern Appalachians
Scott Duke-Sylvester, Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, May 2006. Dissertation: Applying Landscape-Scale Modeling to Everglades Restoration.
Mark Bullock, Masters in Management Science, June 1986.
Thesis: A Spatial Simulation Model for Disease Spread in a Crop.
Susan Harrell, Masters in Mathematics, August 2000.
Thesis: Spatio-temporal Variability in Keystone Species and Implications for Quantifying Interaction Strengths.
Dinesh Sharma, Masters in Mathematics, December 2002.
Thesis: Individual-Based Modeling: Comparing Model Outputs to Telemetry Data with Application to the Florida Panther.
Cui Xu, Masters in EEB, December 2002.
Thesis: Time Series Analysis of Bat Ultrasound Signals.
NonThesis Masters students in Mathematics: Joe Raine, Sherry Shannon, Mark Clark, Elias Camouzis, Dennis McDermot, Moris Shorrosh, John Gordon, Lindsey Chen, Eric Carr, Rick Dilling.
Undergraduate summer student projects directed:
Anamarie Vickery (1988); Michael Wilson (1989); Kelly McKeethan (1990); Shannon Peak (1992); Holly Gaff and Shannon Latham (1993); Christine Ely (1994); Craig Zimmerman and Elek Dobos (1995); Lora Ballinger (1996); Robert Meyers (1998); Linzy Brakefield (1999), Rebecca Pratt (2000), Jeffrey Berliss (2001), Sean Laverty (2003), Nancy Newren (2005), Alex Perkins (2005).
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