Yun Kang

Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics
Ph.D., Arizona State University, USA, 2008

Research Interests

    Our main areas of study are Dynamical Systems with applications in life and social sciences. Our research interests have both theoretical and modeling components. The theoretical component is to study ecological and evolutionary dynamics of complex adaptive systems that are of interest to biologists, ecologists, and epidemiologists. The modeling component is to explore different modeling techniques, based on experiments or important hypotheses, to get a better understanding of quantitatively and qualitatively various aspects of biological/social behaviors, structures, and processes.

Research Grants:

    National Science Foundation grant DMS 1313312: Multiscale Modeling of Division of Labor in Social Insects, 09/15/2013-08/31/2016. $289,980

    National Science Foundation grant DUE 1256333: (WIDER-EAGER) Recognizing, Assessing, and Enhancing Evidence-Based Instructional Practices in STEM at Arizona State University, Polytechnic, 09/15/2012-08/31/2015. $298,352.00 (Co-PI with PI-David Meltzer).

    Collaboration Grants for Mathematician, $21,000, 2011-2014 from Simons Foundation. This award is based on the quality of the applicant's previous research and the likely impact that a grant for collaboration and travel would have on future research, both for the applicant and the applicant's students and/or postdocs. Please click here for more information on this award.