Anne-Kathleen Malchow

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Anne-Kathleen Malchow

 

Campus Maulbeerallee
University of Potsdam
Ecology/Macroecology
Maulbeerallee 3, Building 3, Room 0.15
14469 Potsdam

Research interests

My research interests include various theoretical and applied topics from the fields of nonlinear dynamics and complex systems, e.g. stability of food webs and species interaction networks as well as pattern formation in crystallisation reactions. Currently I am focused on spatial population dynamics and their modelling.

Projects

BIOPIC

  • development of the RangeShiftR, an R-package that makes the individual-based spatially-explicit eco-evolutionary simulation platform RangeShifter available from R – https://rangeshifter.github.io/
  • calibration and validation of the RangeShiftR model for a European bird species using real data
Portrait picture of Anne-Kathleen Malchow

Anne-Kathleen Malchow

 

Campus Maulbeerallee
University of Potsdam
Ecology/Macroecology
Maulbeerallee 3, Building 3, Room 0.15
14469 Potsdam

Academic career

B.Sc. in Physics (TU Berlin) with a theses at the group “Nonlinear dynamics and control” of Prof. Schöll

Student exchange with the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada (2 semesters)

M.Sc. in Physics (TU Berlin) with a theses at the group “Nonlinear dynamics and pattern formation” of Prof. Engel

Research stay at the University of Newcastle, UK, with Clive Emary on dynamic ecological networks

Publications

Gunton, R. M., Marsh, C. J., Moulherat, S., Malchow, A. K., Bocedi, G., Klenke, R. A., & Kunin, W. E. (2017). Multicriterion trade‐offs and synergies for spatial conservation planning. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54(3), 903-913.

Malchow, A. K., Omelchenko, I., Schöll, E., & Hövel, P. (2018). Robustness of chimera states in nonlocally coupled networks of nonidentical logistic maps. Physical Review E, 98(1), 012217.

Malchow, A. K., Azhand, A., Knoll, P., Engel, H., & Steinbock, O. (2019). From nonlinear reaction-diffusion processes to permanent microscale structures. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 29(5), 053129.

Bocedi, G., Palmer, S. C., Malchow, A. K., Zurell, D., Watts, K., & Travis, J. M. (2020). RangeShifter 2.0: An extended and enhanced platform for modelling spatial eco-evolutionary dynamics and species' responses to environmental changes. bioRxiv.

Malchow, A. K., Bocedi, G., Palmer, S. C., Travis, J. M., & Zurell, D. (2020). RangeShiftR: an R package for individual-based simulation of spatial eco-evolutionary dynamics and species’ responses to environmental change. bioRxiv.