|Date of Birth||November 27th, 1967|
|Children||Julia Noëmie, September 26th, 1999|
University of British Columbia
1984 Mathematics Road
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z2
|Phone||(604) 827 5822|
|Fax||(604) 822 6074|
|since July 2011||Associate Professor, Mathematics Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.|
|since July 2009||Associate Faculty, Zoology Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.|
|July 2008 -
|Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.|
|October 2004 -
|Research Associate with Martin Nowak, Program for Evolutionary Dynamics, Harvard University.|
|May 2002 -
|Post-doctoral fellowship of the
Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF)
on Mechanisms of Cooperation: games in different geometries in collaboration with Michael Doebeli
|March 2000 -
|Post-doctoral fellowship of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF) on Cooperation in biological, social and economic context in collaboration with Karl Sigmund .|
|November 1998 -
|Postdoctoral position of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) on Control of Avalanche Distributions in Systems Exhibiting Self-organized Criticality.|
|November 18, 1998||Doctoral degree in theoretical physics with Magna cum Laude.
Title of thesis: Evolution of Cooperation, The Prisoner's Dilemma and its Applications as an Example.
Supervisor: Heinz-Georg Schuster.
|July 1998||Participation in the ReefCheck 1998 on Angaga Island, Ari Atoll, Maldives.|
|June 1997||Summer School on Complex Systems at the Santa Fe Institute, USA.|
|1996 -1998||Worked on my PhD thesis in Game Theory including the following major topics: Master-Equations, Markov-Chains, Monte-Carlo-Methods, optimization problems in a rugged fitness landscape, cellular automata, spatially extended systems.|
|April 1996||Registered at the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany.|
|April 1995 -
|Administrator of the computer system at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Bern. Research work on a generalization of the Prisoner's Dilemma to an arbitrary number of players with different memory sizes.|
|Winter 1994/95||Travelling through Australia gaining insights and experiences in zoological field research projects as a volunteer.|
|October 27, 1994||Masters degree in theoretical physics.
Title of thesis: Numerical Simulations of Collisions and Decays in an Expanding Hadron Gas.
Supervisor: Hans Bebie.
|1989 - 1994||Student in theoretical physics at the University of Bern , Switzerland. Minor subjects: chemistry (1991) and mathematics (1992).|
|1984 - 1988||High School in Bern-Kirchenfeld. Graduation type C (natural sciences).|
|1983 - 1984||Preparatory year for high school at the Feusi Schule in Bern.|
|1974 - 1983||Rudolf Steiner School in Bern and Ittigen.|
|Operating Systems||Sound knowledge of UNIX (Mach, BSD 4.3, SunOS4.1.3, Solaris 2.4) and DOS, Windows 3.11, 95, NT as well as administration of heterogenous computer networks.|
|Programming||C, Objective-C, NeXTstep/OPENSTEP, Java, Mathematica, MS-Access, MS-Excel.|
|Languages||German: mother tongue
English: oral and written very good
French: oral and written very good
|Techniques||Modelling, Numerics, Monte-Carlo-Simulations.|
|Interests||Computer simulations and models of complex systems with applications
in physics, biology and medicine. Evolutionary Game Theory and Dynamics of
nonlinear and complex systems.
Flora and fauna - in particular their adaption to the ever changing environment.
|Activities||Literature, philosophy, discussions, travelling, people and cultures, sports (badminton, hiking, scuba diving, motorbike riding).|
Monday, October 3, 2011 Christoph Hauert.