Presentations

Evolution of staying toegther in structured and unstrcutured populations, at Max Planck Institute, Plön, Wednesday, October 11, 2017:

 

Evolution of simple multicellular life forms indicates a shift in the unit of selec- tion from individual cells to larger complexes. Here we outline a finite population model that help to explore how natural selection lead to higher levels of organization.  

 

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Evolution in heterogeneous and random environments, at IST Austria, Monday, September 25, 2017:

Many theoretical models of evolution assume that all competing individuals experience the same environment. Here, we consider the more realistic scenario of evolution a finite population in any heterogeneous environment. We introduce a novel mathematical formalism to approach any form of spatial fitness heterogeneity and calculate exact results for the fixation probability.

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