The fossil record, social networks, phytoplankton, DNA folding, microbial economics, invasive species, and antibiotic resistance. IceLab research covers a wide array of scientific questions and traverses scientific disciplines. However, all IceLab research shares a common feature: an application of mathematical modeling techniques to scientific questions. By adopting a quantitative approach, our researchers can communicate across disciplines and identify new and exciting opportunities for collaborations and discovery.
Broadly, IceLab research uses approaches from eco-evolutionary modelling, network science, and biophysical modelling to carry out interdisciplinary work. Our researchers are always looking for new opportunities to carry out new research or to connect researchers from our networks and help them launch a collaborative effort. Do you have an open question or a dataset you’d like some creative collaboration on? Get in touch with us today.