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Continuous dispersal in a model of predator–prey-subsidy population dynamics
Ecological Modelling volume 354 page 115-122 (24 June 2017)
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I am broadly interested in mathematical biology and nonlinear dynamical systems. I am currently working as a postdoctoral research assistant looking at the role of heterogeneity in Turing patterning mechanisms. I have recently supervised projects involving spatially continuous population dynamics, control of stochastic epidemics on networks, and interacting e-Puck robots. A more detailed summary of my past research can be found here.
MT 2014-C5.7 Topics in Fluid Mechanics
HT 2015-MMSC B5.2 Applied Partial Differential Equations
MT 2015-MMSC Supplementary Applied Mathematics
HT 2016-MMSC Further Mathematical Methods
MT 2016-C5.12 Mathematical Physiology
St. Anne's Stipendiary Lecturer for:
MT 2015-Prelims Introductory Calculus, Prelims Geometry
HT 2016-A6 Differential Equations 2, AS0 Integral Transforms
Major / Recent Publications:
A. L. Krause, D. Beliaev, R. A. Van Gorder, and S. L. Waters. Analysis of Lattice and Continuum Models of Bioactive Porous Media. Preprint arXiv:1702.08345 [q-bio.TO], 2017.
A. L. Krause, D. Beliaev, R. A. Van Gorder, and S. L. Waters. Lattice and Continuum Modelling of a Bioactive Porous Tissue Scaffold. Preprint arXiv:1702.07711 [q-bio.TO], 2017.
L. Kurowski, A. L. Krause, H. Mizuguchi, P. Grindrod, and R. A. Van Gorder. Two-species migration and clustering in two-dimensional domains, Submitted to Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, (2017)
A. Bassett, A. L. Krause, and R. A. Van Gorder. Continuous dispersal in a model of predator-prey-subsidy population dynamics, Ecological Modelling, (2017), In press
A. Krause and B. Wang, Pullback attractors of non-autonomous stochastic degenerate parabolic equations on unbounded domains,
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 417 (2), 1018-1038 (2014)
A. Krause, M. Lewis and B. Wang, Dynamics of the non-autonomous stochastic p-Laplace equation driven by multiplicative noise.
Applied Mathematics and Computation 246, 365-376 (2014)