Andreas Gros, PhD
Besides photography, I have a special interest in data mining, data visualization, socio-economic problems, and the challenges involved in dealing with very large amounts of data. I did a postdoc at NECSI and my background is in systems science, mathematics, computer science, and theoretical ecology.
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These are my publications. For getting more information and fulltext access, please visit the links provided below.
Stacey, B.C., Gros, A., Bar-Yam, Y.. Beyond the Mean Field in Host-Pathogen Spatial Ecology. [fulltext arXiv:1110.3845v1]
Rutherford, A., Harmon, D., Werfel, J., Bar-Yam, S., Gard-Murray, A., Gros, A., Bar-Yam, Y.. Good fences: the importance of setting boundaries for peaceful coexistence. [fulltext arXiv:1110.1409] [Wired article about it] [in Discover Magazine] [in PhysOrg]
Poethke, H.J., Gros, A., Hovestadt, T. (2011) The ability of individuals to assess population density influences the evolution of emigration propensity and dispersal distance. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 282 (1), 93-99. [publisher's version]
Gros, A., Poethke, H.J., Hovestadt, T. (2009) Sex-specific spatio-temporal variability in reproductive success promotes the evolution of sex-biased dispersal. Theoretical Population Biology, 76, 13-18. [fulltext]
Gros, A., Hovestadt, T., & Poethke, H. J. (2008). Evolution of sex-biased dispersal: the role of sex-specific dispersal costs, demographic stochasticity, and inbreeding. Ecological Modelling, 219, 226-233. [fulltext]
Gros, A., Poethke, H. J., & Hovestadt, T. (2006). Evolution of local adaptations in dispersal strategies. Oikos, 114(3), 544-552. [fulltext]