Steve Krone
Professor of Mathematics
and
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Department of Mathematics
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-1103
Office: 421 Brink Hall
Phone: (208) 885-6317
E-mail: krone "at" uidaho "dot" edu
The researches of many commentators
have
already thrown much darkness on this subject, and
it is probable
that, if they continue, we shall
soon know nothing about it at all.
. . . . Mark Twain
Ph.D. 1990, University of Massachusetts
Research Interests
- Stochastic Processes and Mathematical Biology; especially
- interacting particle systems
- population genetics and evolutionary biology
- coalescent theory
- spatial models
in (microbial) ecology and epidemiology
- combining experimental and theoretical approaches
- diffusion processes and differential equations.
- Recent Research Papers / Organized by Subject
- WinSSS:
Stochastic Spatial Simulator
Teaching: Spring 2016
- Math 453/538, Stat 453/544 (Stochastic Models)
Syllabus
Some Previous (upper level) Courses Taught
PhD Students
- Koffi Sampson: 2004, coalescent theory
- Yongtao (Grant) Guan: 2006, MCMC, spatial models, evolutionary
biology
- Wei Wei: 2008,
spatial models, ecology and evolution of viruses
- Xue Zhong: 2009, spatial models,
horizontal gene transfer in bacteria
- Pavitra Roychoudhury: 2013, spatial models, adaptive evolution
of viruses
Postdocs
- Dilara Ally:
adaptive evolution of viruses
Mathematical Links