Andrew E. Noble
I am currently a postdoc with Alan Hasting at the University of California at Davis. To contact me, please email andrewenoble at gmail. To download my CV, click here.
My research lies at the interface of theoretical physics and mathematical ecology. Physics and mathematics provide powerful tools for understanding the emergent behavior of complex systems based upon mechanistic models for interactions among their constituents. I apply those tools to understand how ecosystem function and diversity emerge from interactions among organisms and their environment.
Publications at the interface of physics, mathematics, and ecology
- Fagan, W.F., R.S. Cantrell, C. Cosner, T. Mueller, and A.E. Noble. (2012) Leadership, Social Learning, and the Maintenance (or Collapse) of Migratory Populations.
Theoretical Ecology 5: 253-264. [journal]
- Noble, A.E., A. Hastings, and W.F. Fagan. (2011) Multivariate Moran Process with Lotka-Volterra Phenomenology. Physical Review Letters 107:228101. [journal] [arxiv]
- Noble, A.E., N.M. Temme, W.F. Fagan, and T.H. Keitt. (2011) A Sampling Theory for Asymmetric Communities. Journal of Theoretical Biology 273:1-14. [journal][arxiv]
- Fagan, W.F., Y.E. Pearson, E.A. Larsen, H.J. Lynch, J. Turner,
H. Staver, A.E. Noble, and E.E. Goldberg. Phylogenetic comparative analysis of the maximum per capita rate of population growth.
- Steve Cantrell -- University of Miami, Department of Mathematics.
- Chris Cosner -- University of Miami, Department of Mathematics.
- Bill Fagan -- University of Maryland at College Park, Department of Biology.
- Emma Goldberg -- University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Biological Sciences.
- Ryan Gutenkunst -- University of Arizona, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology.
- John Harte -- University of California at Berkeley, Energy and Resources Group & Ecosystem Sciences Division of the College of Natural Resources.
- Alan Hastings -- University of California at Davis, Department of Environmental Science and Policy & Center for Population Biology.
- Tim Keitt -- University of Texas at Austin, Section of Integrative Biology.
- Mark Lewis -- University of Alberta, Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.
- Heather Lynch -- State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Ecology and Evolution.
- Thomas Mueller -- University of Maryland, College Park.
- Annette Ostling -- University of Michigan, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
- Nico Temme -- Center for Mathematics and Computer Science, Amsterdam.
- Rich Williams -- Microsoft Research Computational Ecology and Environmental Science Group & Quid.
Publications from my graduate studies at the interface of particle physics and cosmology