Our new faculty hire!

September 3, 2020

Alexander Strang completed his PhD in Applied Mathematics at Case Western Reserve. 

His research interests fall mainly in mathematical cellular biology and mathematical ecology, where he invents novel methods for the study of scientific problems arising from these two areas. In the former, he pioneered the use of stochastic shielding in efficient simulations of cellular processes; while in the latter he adapted Hodge decomposition to analyze non-equilibrium ecological systems. 

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