Andrew is now pursuing a PhD in the Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University with co-supervisors Prof. Iain Couzin and Prof. Simon Levin.
Andrew joined the Complexity Science Group at the University of Calgary as a research assistant in September 2006. From January 2007 to April 2009 he completed a Masters degree under the supervisor of Prof. Jörn Davidsenand Prof. Maya Paczuski.
Self-organized criticality; complex networks; animal spatial use patterns; random Boolean networks; pattern formation; folding; scale-free behaviour; mathematical ecology and biology; food webs; trout; salmon; caribou.
- Attractor and Basin Entropies of Random Boolean Networks Under Asynchronous Stochastic Update (PRE, arXiv)
- Random sampling vs. exact enumeration of attractors in random Boolean networks (NJP, arXiv)
- Avalanches, branching ratios, and clustering of attractors in random Boolean networks and in the Segment polarity network of Drosophila (NJP, arXiv)
- Complex Network Analysis of State Spaces for Random Boolean Networks(NJP, arXiv)
- A study of Random Boolean Networks and their State Space Networks with Amer Shreim.
- Creation of a model of evolving networks with Jörn Davidsen.
- Applying Differential Geometry to signal prorogation on growing leaf surfaces with Elliot Martin, David Hobill and Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz