The Mathematics of EvolutionAilene MacPherson (Simon Fraser University)
Jan 1, 2023 — Apr 30, 2023
About the course
Much of our understanding of evolution, the process shaping the beautiful biological diversity in our world, is grounded in equally elegant mathematics. In this course we will cover the mathematical description of evolution. Involving a wide range of topics, from the analysis of non-linear dynamics to stochastic processes and partial differential equations, this course will challenge you to take mathematical principals and apply them to the natural world. Throughout this course we will focus particularly on addressing important contemporary existential questions with mathematical models, for example applications of evolution to conservation and public health.
This course is available for registration under the Western Dean's Agreement. To register, you must obtain the approval of the course instructor and you must complete the Western Dean's agreement form , using the details below. The completed form should be signed by your home institution department and school of graduate studies, then returned to the host institution of the course.
- Course Name
- The Mathematics of Evolution
- Jan 1, 2023 — Apr 30, 2023
- Course Number
- APMA 990 Selected Topics in Applied Mathematics: The Mathematics of Evolution
- Section Number
- Section Code
Simon Fraser University
For help with completing the Western Dean’s agreement form, please contact the graduate student program coordinator at your institution. For more information about the agreement, please see the Western Dean's Agreement website