Workshop - Persistence of population models in temporally fluctuating environments  09 - 12 February 2015


Roger Arditi, Université de Fribourg

Michel Benaim, Université de Neuchâtel

Claude Lobry, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis

Description :

In population dynamics, environmental fluctuations (such as light, precipitation, temperature, nutrient availability, etc.) are usually described as deterministic (typically, periodic) or stochastic variations of the parameters characterizing the model. Understanding under what conditions these external forces can be benefical or detrimental to the existence of populations is a question of theoretical and practical importance in ecology.In automatic control theory, a completely different scientific area, one is interested by the equilibrium stability of some object (say, an airplane) under permanent disturbances that can be deterministic or stochastic.The aim of the workshop is to gather people active in the areas of either "population dynamics" or "automatic control", for exchange of experience and possible cross-fertilization.

Name University Dates of visit
Roger Arditi Université de Fribourg 09/02/2015 - 12/02/2015
Michel Benaim Université de Neuchâtel 09/02/2015 - 12/02/2015
Claude Lobry INRIA Sophia-Antipolis 09/02/2015 - 12/02/2015
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