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About Daniel Munther

Ph.D., Mathematics, Ohio State University, 2011
After finishing my PhD at Ohio State, I had a 2 year post doc at the Centre for Disease Modelling at York University in Toronto and then joined the math department at Cleveland State in 2013.
Research Interests:

My thesis work focused on establishing patterns and phenomena with respect to the evolution of biological dispersal.  Using reaction-diffusion-advection equations and dynamical systems theory, I studied the connection between a species' movement in a habitat with spatially varying resources and a species' evolutionary success.  My present work is to understand the effects of dispersal on biological invasions and permanence in the presence of Allee effects and resource dynamics.

I am also working on mechanistic models to describe contamination dynamics in fresh produce and meat product supply chains.  Currently, I have two main projects:  one in collaboration with the United States Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)  and the other in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).


Present Associate Professor, Cleveland State University Mathematics and Statistics


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Office: RT 1540
Phone: 216-523-7184


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