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  1. Malchow, H., Schimansky-Geier, L. (1985). Noise and diffusion in bistable nonequilibrium systems. Teubner-Texte zur Physik, Bd. 5. Teubner-Verlag, Leipzig.
  2. Malchow, H., Petrovskii, S., Venturino, E. (2008). Spatiotemporal patterns in ecology and epidemiology: Theory, models, simulations. Mathematical and Computational Biology Series. Chapman & Hall / CRC Press, Boca Raton.

  3. Publications in Peer-reviewed Journals

     

  4. Ebeling, W., Malchow, H. (1979). Bifurcations in a bistable reaction-diffusion system. Annalen der Physik (Leipzig) 36, 121-134.
  5. Malchow, H., Feistel, R. (1982). Polarity, symmetry, and gradients in a reaction-diffusion system. Studia biophysica 88, 125-130.
  6. Feistel, R., Malchow, H. (1982). Solution of the selection diffusion equation with linear source term and constant overall organization. Studia biophysica 88, 183-186.
  7. Malchow, H. (1982). Lateral diffusive instabilities leading to dissipative structures on a sphere. Studia biophysica 90, 129-130.
  8. Malchow, H., Ebeling, W., Feistel, R., Schimansky-Geier, L. (1983). Stochastic bifurcations in a bistable reaction-diffusion system with Neumann boundary conditions. Annalen der Physik (Leipzig) 40, 151-160.
  9. Malchow, H., Ebeling, W., Feistel, R. (1983). Polarity, symmetry, and gradients in a reaction-diffusion system. II. Patterns of charged particles. Studia biophysica 97, 231-236.
  10. Malchow, H., Ebeling, W. (1984). Ausbildung räumlicher Strukturen in ein- und zweikomponentigen nichtlinearen Reaktions-Diffusionssystemen. Zeitschrift für physikalische Chemie (Leipzig) 265, 49-60.
  11. Malchow, H. (1985). Pattern formation in a bistable ionic reaction-diffusion system. Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 10, 15-28.
  12. Rastogi, R.P., Singh, A.R., Malchow, H. (1985). Chemical waves and multiple steady states in Iodate-Arsenite systems. Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 10, 193-208.
  13. Malchow, H. (1988). Dissipative pattern formation in ternary nonlinear reaction-electrodiffusion systems with concentration-dependent diffusivities. Journal of Theoretical Biology 135, 371-381.
  14. Malchow, H. (1988). Spatial pattern formation in compartmental reaction-electrodiffusion systems with concentration-dependent diffusivities. Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University (Series of Biology) 13, 71-82.
  15. Malchow, H. (1988). Spatial patterning of interacting and dispersing populations. Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University (Series of Biology) 13, 83-100.
  16. Malchow, H., Felber, F. (1989). Bistability, electric potentials, and sensor behaviour in an enzymatic reaction system. Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 14, 219-229.
  17. Malchow, H. (1990). Bistability and spatial pattern formation induced by concentration dependence of reaction rates and diffusion in a nonlinear reaction-electrodiffusion system. Zeitschrift für physikalische Chemie (Leipzig) 271, 535-546.
  18. Malchow, H. (1990). A note on electrodiffusion and nonlinear reactions in heterogeneous media. Zeitschrift für physikalische Chemie (Leipzig) 271, 751-758.
  19. Malchow, H. (1990). Nonlinear ionic reactions and rapid diffusion in a strong applied electric field. Zeitschrift für physikalische Chemie (Leipzig) 271, 979-985.
  20. Malchow, H. (1991). Application of the two-timing method to rapid diffusion problems in nonlinear electrochemical and ecological reaction systems. Systems Analysis, Modelling, Simulation 8, 671-681.
  21. Malchow, H., Rosé, H., Sattler, C. (1992). Spatial and spatio-temporal reaction-diffusion patterns in heterogeneous media. Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 17, 41-52.
  22. Malchow, H. (1992). Spatial and spatio-temporal pattern formation in heterogeneous reaction-diffusion systems. Physica A 188, 251-252.
  23. Malchow, H. (1993). Spatio-temporal pattern formation in nonlinear nonequilibrium plankton dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 251, 103-109.
  24. Malchow, H. (1994). Nonequilibrium structures in plankton dynamics. Ecological Modelling 75/76, 123-134.
  25. Malchow, H., Shigesada, N. (1994). Nonequilibrium plankton community structures in an ecohydrodynamic model system. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics 1, 3-11.
  26. Pöschel, T., Malchow, H. (1994). A simple model for the growth of ramified leaf structures. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 4, 1883-1888.
  27. Malchow, H. (1995). Pattern formation in reaction-electrodiffusion systems with variable diffusivities and reaction rates. Physica A 213, 159-167.
  28. Schimansky-Geier, L., Mieth, M., Rosé, H., Malchow, H. (1995). Structure formation by active Brownian particles. Physics Letters A 207, 140-146.
  29. Malchow, H. (1995). Flow- and locomotion-induced spatial pattern formation in nonlinear population dynamics. Ecological Modelling 82, 257-264.
  30. Malchow, H., Simon, J. (1996). Nonlinear dynamics and transport of interacting species in a model estuary. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Special Issues Advances in Limnology 47, 105-111.
  31. Malchow, H. (1996). Nonlinear plankton dynamics and pattern formation in an ecohydrodynamic model system. Journal of Marine Systems 7, 193-202.
  32. Steffen, E., Malchow, H. (1996). Multiple equilibria, periodicity, and quasiperiodicity in a model plankton community. Senckenbergiana maritima 27, 137-143.
  33. Steffen, E., Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A.B. (1997). Effects of seasonal perturbation on a model plankton community. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 2, 43-48.
  34. Malchow, H. (1998). Flux-induced instabilities in ionic and population-dynamical systems. Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 204, 95-107.
  35. Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H. (1999). A minimal model of pattern formation in a prey-predator system. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 29(8), 49-63.
  36. Petrovskii, S. V., Vinogradov, M. E., Malchow, H. (1999). A possible mechanism of patchiness in the spatial distribution of plankton. Doklady Biological Sciences 367, 391-394. [Translated from: Doklady Akademii Nauk 367(5), 714-717 (1999)].
  37. Medvinsky, A.B., Tikhonov, D.A., Enderlein, J., Malchow, H. (2000). Fish and plankton interplay determines both plankton spatio-temporal pattern formation and fish school walks. A theoretical study. Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology and Life Sciences 4(2), 135-152.
  38. Tikhonova, I. A., Arino, O., Ivanitskii, G. R., Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A. B. (2000). Effect of phytoplankton growth rate on fish school walks and the spatial distribution of plankton. Biophysics 45(2), 343-350. [Translated from: Biofizika 45(2), 352-359 (2000)].
  39. Medvinsky, A. B., Tikhonova, I. A., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2000). Effect of carnivorous zooplankton on the dynamics of trophic interactions of fish with plankton. Biophysics 45(4), 227-231. [Translated from: Biofizika 45(4), 746-750 (2000)].
  40. Malchow, H. (2000). Motional instabilities in predator-prey systems. Journal of Theoretical Biology 204, 639-647.
  41. Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H. (2000). Critical phenomena in plankton communities: KISS model revisited. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 1, 37-51.
  42. Malchow, H, Radtke, B., Kallache, M., Medvinsky, A. B., Tikhonov, D. A., Petrovskii, S. V. (2000). Spatio-temporal pattern formation in coupled models of plankton dynamics and fish school motion. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 1, 53-67.
  43. Malchow, H. (2000). Nonequilibrium spatio-temporal patterns in models of nonlinear plankton dynamics. Freshwater Biology 45, 239-251.
  44. Tikhonov, D. A., Enderlein, J., Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A. B. (2001). Chaos and fractals in fish school motion. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 12(2), 277-288.
  45. Medvinsky, A. B., Petrovskii, S. V., Tikhonov, D. A., Tikhonova, I. A., Ivanitsky, G. R., Venturino, E., Malchow, H. (2001). Biological factors underlying regularity and chaos in aquatic ecosystems: simple models of complex dynamics. Journal of Biosciences 26(1), 77-108.
  46. Medvinsky, A. B., Petrovskii, S. V., Tikhonova, I. A., Venturino, E., Malchow, H. (2001). Chaos and regular dynamics in a model multi-habitat plankton-fish community. Journal of Biosciences 26(1), 109-120.
  47. Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H. (2001). Wave of chaos: New mechanism of pattern formation in spatio-temporal population dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology 59(2), 157-174.
  48. Medvinsky, A. B., Tikhonova, I. A., Aliev, R. R., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2001). Patchy environment as a factor of complex plankton dynamics. Physical Review E 64(2), 021915:1-7.
  49. Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H. (2001). Spatio-temporal chaos in an ecological community as a response to unfavourable environmental changes. Advances in Complex Systems 4(2-3), 227-249.
  50. Malchow, H., Petrovskii, S. V., Medvinsky, A. B. (2001). Pattern formation in models of plankton dynamics. A synthesis. Oceanologica Acta 24(5), 479-487.
  51. Medvinsky, A. B., Tikhonova, I. A., Tikhonov, D. A., Ivanitsky, G. R., Petrovskii, S. V., Li, B.-L., Venturino, E., Malchow, H. (2002). Spatio-temporal pattern formation, fractals, and chaos in conceptual ecological models as applied to coupled plankton-fish dynamics. Uspekhi Fizicheskikh Nauk 172(1), 31-66.
  52. Malchow, H., Petrovskii, S., Medvinsky, A.B. (2002). Numerical study of plankton-fish dynamics in a spatially structured and noisy environment. Ecological Modelling 149(3), 247-255.
  53. Medvinsky, A. B., Tikhonova, I. A., Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2002). Chaos and order in plankton dynamics. Complex behavior of a simple model. Journal of General Biology 63(2), 149-158.
  54. Medvinsky, A. B., Petrovskii, S.V., Tikhonova, I. A., Malchow, H., Li, B.-L. (2002). Spatio-temporal complexity of plankton and fish dynamics in simple model ecosystems. SIAM Review 44(3), 311-370.
  55. Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H. (2002). Dynamical stabilization of an unstable equilibrium in chemical and biological systems. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 36, 307-319.
  56. Tikhonov, D. A., Malchow, H. (2003). Chaos and fractals in fish school motion, II. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 16(2), 287-289.
  57. Medvinsky, A.B., Tikhonova, I.A., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2003). Interrelation between spatial and temporal variations in plankton biomass: a study by mathematical modeling. Biophysics 48(1), 93-98. [Translated from: Biofizika 48(1), 104-110 (2003)].
  58. Petrovskii, S.V., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2003). Quantification of the spatial aspect of chaotic dynamics in biological and chemical systems. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 65(3), 425-446.
  59. Tikhonova, I.A., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A.B. (2003). Effect of zooplankton growth rate on the spatiotemporal dynamics of plankton communities in heterogeneous environments. Biophysics 48(5), 832-839. [Translated from: Biofizika 48(5), 891-899 (2003)].
  60. Malchow, H., Petrovskii, S.V., Hilker, F.M. (2003). Models of spatiotemporal pattern formation in plankton dynamics. Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 88(332), 325-340.
  61. Petrovskii, S.V., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2004). Transition to chaos can resolve the paradox of enrichment. Ecological Complexity 1(1), 37-47.
  62. Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M., Petrovskii, S.V. (2004). Noise and productivity dependence of spatiotemporal pattern formation in a prey-predator system. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B 4(3), 705-711.
  63. Medvinsky, A.B., Tikhonova, I.A., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2004). Time delay as a key factor of model plankton dynamics. Comptes Rendus Biologies 327(3), 277-282.
  64. Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M., Petrovskii, S.V., Brauer, K. (2004). Oscillations and waves in a virally infected plankton system. I. The lysogenic stage. Ecological Complexity 1(3), 211-223.
  65. Medvinsky, A.B., Morozov, A.Y., Velkov, V.V., Li, B.-L., Sokolov, M.S., Malchow, H. (2004). Modeling the invasion of recessive Bt-resistant insects: an impact on transgenic plants. Journal of Theoretical Biology 231, 121-127.
  66. Petrovskii, S., Malchow, H., Li, B.-L. (2005). An exact solution of a diffusive predator-prey system. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A 461, 1029-1053.
  67. Becks, L., Hilker, F.M., Malchow, H., Jürgens, K., Arndt, H. (2005). Experimental demonstration of chaos in a microbial food web. Nature 435, 1226-1229.
  68. Petrovskii, S.V., Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M., Venturino, E. (2005). Patterns of patchy spread in deterministic and stochastic models of biological invasion and biological control. Biological Invasions 7, 771-193.
  69. Hilker, F.M., Lewis, M.A., Seno, H., Langlais, M., Malchow, H. (2005). Pathogens can slow down or reverse invasion fronts of their hosts. Biological Invasions 7, 817-832.
  70. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Berezovskaya, F.S., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2005). Rotifer populations dynamics in two coupled habitats: invasion of chaos. Biological Invasions 7, 877-883.
  71. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Velkov, V.V., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2005). Modeling invasion of pests resistant to Bt toxins prodiced by genetically modified plants: Recessive versus dominant invaders. Natural Resource Modeling 18(3), 347-362.
  72. Gonik, M.M., Berezovskaya, F.S., Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A.B. (2005). Evolution of rotifer population dynamics in a heterogeneous habitat: mathematical modeling. Biophysics 50(5), 806-810. [Translated from Biofizika 50(5), 928-933 (2005)].
  73. Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M., Sarkar, R.R., Brauer, K. (2005). Spatiotemporal patterns in an excitable plankton system with lysogenic viral infection. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 42, 1035-1048.
  74. Sarkar, R.R., Malchow, H. (2005). Nutrients and toxin producing phytoplankton control algal blooms - a spatiotemporal study in a noisy environment. Journal of Biosciences 30(5), 749-760.
  75. Hilker, F.M., Malchow, H. (2006). Strange periodic attractors in a prey-predator system with infected prey. Mathematical Population Studies 13, 119-134.
  76. Hilker, F.M., Malchow, H., Langlais, M., Petrovskii, S.V. (2006). Oscillations and waves in a virally infected plankton system. Part II. Transition from lysogeny to lysis. Ecological Complexity 3(3), 200-208.
  77. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Li, B.-L., Velkov, V.V., Malchow, H. (2006). Invasion of pests resistant to Bt toxins leads to inherent non-uniqueness in genetically modified Bt-plant dynamics: Mathematical modeling. Journal of Theoretical Biology 242, 539-546.
  78. Hilker, F.M., Langlais, M., Petrovskii, S.V., Malchow, H. (2007). A diffusive SI model with Allee effect and application to FIV. Mathematical Biosciences, 206, 61-80.
  79. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H. (2007). Beyond Bt resistance of pests in the context of population dynamical complexity. Ecological Complexity 4, 201-211.
  80. Gonik, M.M., Bobyrev, A.E., Burmensky, V.A., Kriksunov, E.A., Li, B.-L., Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A.B., Sterlogova, O.P. (2007). Invasion of an intermediate predator : the dynamics of fish populations in the mathematical model of a trophic chain (as applied to the Syamozero lake). Biophysics 52(4), 445-451. [Translated from: Biofizika 52(4), 760-768 (2007)].
  81. Sieber, M., Malchow, H., Schimansky-Geier, L. (2007). Constructive effects of environmental noise in an excitable prey-predator plankton system with infected prey. Ecological Complexity 4, 223-233.
  82. Siekmann, I., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2008). Predation may defeat spatial spread of infection. Journal of Biological Dynamics 2, 40-54.
  83. Siekmann, I., Venturino, E., Malchow, H. (2008). An extension of the Beretta-Kuang model of viral diseases. Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 5(3), 549-565.
  84. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Rusakov, A.V., Malchow, H. (2008). From bistability to coupling-induced oscillations in a two-habitat model for the rotifer population dynamics. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 3(3) 103-114.
  85. Siekmann, I., Malchow, H. (2008). Local collapses in the Truscott-Brindley model. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 3(4), 114-130.
  86. Hilker, F.M., Langlais, M., Malchow, H. (2009). The Allee effect and infectious diseases: extinction, multistability, and the (dis-)appearance of oscillations. American Naturalist 173, 72-88.
  87. Siekmann, I., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2010). On competition of predators and prey infection. Ecological Complexity 7, 446-457.
  88. Sieber, M., Malchow, H., Petrovskii, S.V. (2010). Noise-induced suppression of travelling waves in oscillatory reaction-diffusion systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society A 466, 1903-1917; doi:10.1098/rspa.2009.0611.
  89. Sieber, M., Malchow, H. (2010). Oscillations vs. chaotic waves: Attractor selection in bistable stochastic reaction-diffusion systems. The European Physical Journal Special Topics 18, 95-99.
  90. Petrovskii, S.V., Morozov, A., Malchow, H., Sieber, M. (2010). Noise can prevent onset of chaos in spatiotemporal population dynamics. The European Physical Journal B 78, 253-264.
  91. Hotopp, I., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2010). Switching feeding among sound and infected prey in ecoepidemic systems. Journal of Biological Systems 18, 727-747.
  92. Malchow, H., James, A., Brown, R. (2011). Competition and diffusive invasion in a noisy environment. Mathematical Medicine and Biology 28, 153-163.
  93. Migliori, D., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2012). Containment strategies of epidemic invasions. International Journal of Computer Mathematics 89(5), 639-678.
  94. Sieber, M., Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M. (2014). Disease-induced modification of prey competition in eco-epidemiological models. Ecological Complexity 18, 74-82.
  95. Bengfort, M., Feudel, U., Hilker, F.M., Malchow, H. (2014). Plankton blooms and patchiness generated by heterogeneous physical environments. Ecological Complexity 20, 185-194.
  96. Bengfort, M., Malchow, H. (2016). Vertical mixing and hysteresis in the competition of buoyant and non-buoyant plankton prey species in a shallow lake. Ecological Modelling 323, 51-60.
  97. Bengfort, M., Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M. (2016). The Fokker-Planck law of diffusion and pattern formation in heterogeneous media. Journal of Mathematical Biology 73(3), 683-704.
  98. Siekmann, I., Malchow, H. (2016). Fighting enemies and noise: Competition of residents and invaders in a stochastically fluctuating environment. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena 11(5), 120-140 (advance publication in arXiv:1508.05159v1 [q-bio.PE]).
  99. Siekmann, I., Bengfort, M., Malchow, H. (2017). Coexistence of competitors mediated by nonlinear noise. European Physical Journal Special Topics 226(9), 2157-2170 (advance publication in arXiv:1702.04515v1 [q-bio.PE]).
  100. Bengfort, M., Siekmann, I., Malchow, H. (2017). Invasive competition with Fokker-Planck diffusion and noise. Ecological Complexity, accepted (advance publication in arXiv:1611.10091v1 [q-bio.PE]).
  101. Marques, J.C., Malchow, H., Rodrigues, L.A.D., Mistro, D.C. (2017). The effects of demographic noise on pattern formation in a space- and time-discrete predator-prey system with strong Allee effect in the prey. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems B, submitted.

  102. Publications in Anthologies and Reference Books


  103. Ebeling, W., Malchow, H. (1983). Räumliche Phasenseparation im Nichtgleichgewicht. Sitzungsberichte des Dresdener Seminars für Theoretische Physik (DSTP) 19, 68-82.
  104. Malchow, H. (1985). Dissipative structures in an ionic Lotka-Volterra type chemical reaction system. In Lotka-Volterra approach to cooperation and competition in dynamic systems (Ebeling, W., Peschel, M., eds.). Mathematische Forschung, Bd. 23, 252-257. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  105. Malchow, H., Feudel, U. (1986). Gleichungen vom Reaktions-Diffusionstyp und einige Beispiele für ihre Bedeutung in der Biologie. Wiss. Ztschr. der Humboldt-Univ. Berlin MNR 35(5), 458-463.
  106. Felber, F., Hunding, A., Malchow, H. (1987). Pattern formation in an ionic reaction-diffusion system: A contribution to the morphogene prepattern theory of mitosis. In Dynamical systems and environmental models (Bothe, H.G., Ebeling, W., Kurzhanski, A.B., Peschel, M., eds.). Mathematical Ecology, Bd. 1, 76-84. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  107. Malchow, H., Herzel, H. (1988). Bifurkation, chaotische Bewegung, dissipative Strukturen, Entropieproduktion, Feigenbaumsequenz, Rayleigh-Bénard-Instabilität, Selbstorganisation, Synergetik. Beiträge zum ABC Physik, Brockhaus-Verlag, Leipzig (Auch in Fachlexikon ABC Physik, Verlag Harri Deutsch, Thun und Frankfurt/Main 1989).
  108. Malchow, H., Scharnhorst, A. (1988). Morphogenese aus physikalischer Sicht. Wiss. Beitr. der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle 4(A102), 204-217.
  109. Malchow, H. (1988). Dissipative pattern formation in reaction-electrodiffusion systems. In Ordering and organisation in ionic solutions (Ise, N., Sogami, I., eds.), 565-573. World Scientific, Singapore.
  110. Malchow, H. (1989). Prinzipien und Modellierung der Funktionsweise von Biosensoren. Manuskr. Humboldt-Univ. Berlin, Reihe Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften 3, 41-53.
  111. Malchow, H. (1989). Pattern formation by nonlinear reactions and diffusion in electrochemical systems. In Cooperative dynamics in complex physical systems (Takayama, H., ed.). Springer Series in Synergetics, Bd. 43, 332-333. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  112. Malchow, H. (1991). Spatial pattern formation of interacting and dispersing populations. In Models of selforganisation in complex systems (Ebeling, W., Peschel, M., Weidlich, W., eds.). Mathematische Forschung, Bd. 64, 148-155. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  113. Malchow, H. (1991). Simulation of nonlinear interactions and rapid diffusion in external electrical and ecological fields. In Modelling and Simulation 1991 (Mosekilde, E., ed.), 732-733. Simulation Councils, San Diego.
  114. Malchow, H. (1991). Spatially gradient, polar, and symmetric reaction-diffusion patterns in morphogenesis. In Natural structures. Principles, strategies, and models in architecture and nature. Mitt. SFB 230, 6, 179-182. SFB 230, Stuttgart.
  115. Malchow, H., Sattler, C. (1992). Reaction-diffusion patterns in heterogeneous media. In Spatio-temporal organization in nonequilibrium systems (Müller, S., Plesser, T., eds.), 144-145. Projekt Verlag, Dortmund.
  116. Malchow, H. (1993). Spatio-temporal patterns in a planktonic population model. In Computer simulation in biology, ecology and medicine (Mosekilde, E., ed.), 93-97. Simulation Councils, San Diego.
  117. Ebeling, W., Freund, J., Malchow, H., Scharnhorst, A., Schweitzer, F., Steuernagel, O. (1993). Anwendungsmöglichkeiten von Prinzipien der Selbstorganisation. In Nichtlineare Dynamik (VDI-Technologiezentrum und DECHEMA e.V., Hrsg. i.A. BMFT), Reihe Zukünftige Technologien, Bd. 3, Anhang 2. Düsseldorf.
  118. Malchow, H. (1994). Diffusion- and flow-induced instabilities in electrochemical and population dynamics. In Computational physics: Nonlinear dynamical phenomena in physical, chemical and biological systems (Christiansen, P.L., Mosekilde, E., eds.), 156-159. IMACS, Piscataway, NJ.
  119. Steffen, E., Malchow, H. (1995). Spatio-temporal variability in a model plankton community. In Modelling and Simulation 1995 (Snorek, M., Sujansky, M., Verbraeck, A., eds.), Proc. 9th European Simulation Multiconf., Prag (CR), 557-561. SCS, Istanbul.
  120. Malchow, H., Steffen, E. (1995). Kinetic and motional instabilities in theoretical population dynamics. In Proc. 7th Int. Congr. on Biomath., 260-271. Asociacion Latinoamericana de Biomatematica, Buenos Aires.
  121. Steffen, E., Malchow, H. (1996). Chaotic behaviour of a model plankton community in a heterogeneous environment. In Selforganization of Complex Structures (Schweitzer, F., ed.), 331-340. Gordon and Breach, London.
  122. Malchow, H. (1996). Räumliche und raumzeitliche Strukturbildung in Reaktionssystemen mit Diffusion und Advektion. In Dynamik, Evolution, Strukturen. Nichtlineare Dynamik und Statistik komplexer Strukturen (Freund, J., Hrsg.), 229-236, Verlag Dr. Köster, Berlin.
  123. Müller, F., Breckling, B., Bredemeier, M., Grimm, V., Malchow, H., Nielsen, S.N., Reiche, E.W. (1997). Ökosystemare Selbstorganisation. In Handbuch der Umweltwissenschaften (Fränzle, O., Müller, F., Schröder, W., Hrsg.), Kap. III-2.4. Ecomed, Landsberg am Lech.
  124. Müller, F., Breckling, B., Bredemeier, M., Grimm, V., Malchow, H., Nielsen, S.N., Reiche, E.W. (1997). Emergente Ökosystemeigenschaften. In Handbuch der Umweltwissenschaften (Fränzle, O., Müller, F., Schröder, W., Hrsg.), Kap. III-2.5. Ecomed, Landsberg am Lech.
  125. Bobyrev, A., Kriksunov, E., Burmensky, V., Malchow, H. (2001). Spatial pattern formation in a simple model of a consumer-resource system. In Integrative Systems Approaches to Natural and Social Dynamics (Matthies, M., Malchow, H., Kriz, J., eds.), 103-110. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  126. Medvinsky, A.B., Tikhonova, I.A., Petrovskii, S.V., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2001). Chaos and order in spatially structured plankton dynamics. A theoretical study. In Nonlinear Dynamics in the Life and Social Sciences (Sulis, W., Trofimova, I., eds.), NATO Science Series A: Life Sciences, vol. 320, 383-397. IOS Press, Amsterdam.
  127. Malchow, H., Medvinsky, A.B., Petrovskii, S.V. (2004). Patterns in models of plankton dynamics in a heterogeneous environment. In Handbook of Scaling Methods in Aquatic Ecology: Measurement, Analysis, Simulation (Seuront, L., Strutton, P.G., eds.), pp. 401-410. CRC Press, Boca Raton.
  128. Petrovskii, S. V., Malchow, H. (2004). Mathematical models of marine ecosystems. In Mathematical Models (Filar, J., ed.), in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS). Developed under the auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford UK, [http://www.eolss.net].
  129. Malchow, H., Schimansky-Geier, L. (2006). Coherence resonance in an excitable prey-predator plankton system with infected prey. In Irreversible Prozesse und Selbstorganisation (Pöschel, T., Malchow, H., Schimansky-Geier, L., eds.), pp. 293-301. Logos-Verlag, Berlin.
  130. Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M. (2007). Pattern formation in models of nonlinear plankton dynamics: a minireview. In Multiple Scales in Ecology (B. Schröder, H. Reuter, B. Reineking, eds.), Theorie in der Ökologie, Bd. 13, pp. 3-20. Peter Lang, Frankfurt/Main.
  131. Malchow, H., Hilker, F.M., Siekmann, I., Petrovskii, S. V., Medvinsky, A.B. (2008). Mathematical models of pattern formation in planktonic predation-diffusion systems. In Aspects of Mathematical Modelling. Applications in Science, Medicine, Economics and Management. (Venturino, E., Hoskings, R., eds.), pp. 1-26. Birkhäuser, Basel.
  132. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Tyutyunov, Yu.V., Li, B.-L., Rusakov, A.V., Malchow, H. (2008). Insecticidal Bt crops under massive Bt-resistant pest invasion: Mathematical simulation. In Aspects of Mathematical Modelling. Applications in Science, Medicine, Economics and Management. (Venturino, E., Hoskings, R., eds.), pp. 81-94. Birkhäuser, Basel.
  133. Medvinsky, A.B., Gonik, M.M., Li, B.-L., Tyutyunov, Y.V., Rusakov, A.V., Malchow, H. (2008). Bt crops under invasion of Bt-resistant insects: modeling the crop production. In Transgenic Plants: New Research (Chan, O.T., ed.), pp. 159-172. Nova Science Publishers.
  134. Hotopp, I., Malchow, H., Venturino, E. (2009). Switching feeding among sound and infected prey in ecoepidemic systems. In Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, AIP Conference Proceedings 1168(1), 1536-1539, doi:10.1063/1.3241394.
  135. Sieber, M., Malchow, H. (2011). Partial differential equations. In Modelling complex ecological dynamics (Jopp, F., Reuter, H., Breckling, B., eds.), pp. 93-103. Springer, Berlin. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05029-9.
  136. Malchow, H., James, A., Brown, R. (2013). Control of competitive bioinvasion. In Dispersal, individual movement and spatial ecology: A mathematical perspective (Lewis, M., Maini, P., Petrovskii, S., eds.), Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2071, pp. 293-305. Springer, New York.
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    Editorials

     

  138. Gaedke, U., Baretta, J., Hallam, T.G., Nisbet, R.M., Stone, L., Malchow, H., eds. (1997). Theory and applications of modeling aquatic population dynamics. Papers from the International Workshop ProDynamics'96. Environmental Modeling & Assessment 2(1-2), special issue.
  139. Matthies, M., Malchow, H., Kriz, J., eds. (2001). Integrative Systems Approaches to Natural and Social Dynamics. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  140. Petrovskii, S.V., Malchow, H., eds. (2005). Biological invasions in a mathematical perspective. Biological Invasions 7, special issue.
  141. Pöschel, T., Malchow, H., Schimansky-Geier, L., eds. (2006). Irreversible Prozesse und Selbstorganisation. Logos-Verlag, Berlin.
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    Miscellaneous

     

  143. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (1998). Modellbildung und -anwendung in den Wissenschaften, I. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 1997. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 7. Universität Osnabrück, Januar 1998.
  144. Brauer, K., Malchow, H., Matthies, M., Umbach, E., Hrsg. (1998). Systemwissenschaft in der Lehre. Materialien zum Arbeitstreffen am 29./30.9.1998.
  145. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 13. Universität Osnabrück, Januar 1998.
  146. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (1998). Modellbildung und -anwendung in den Wissenschaften, II. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 1998. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 14. Universität Osnabrück, Dezember 1998.
  147. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (1999). Modellbildung und -anwendung in den Wissenschaften, III. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 1999. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 15. Universität Osnabrück, August 1999.
  148. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (2001). Modellbildung und -anwendung in den Wissenschaften, IV. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 2000. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 22. Universität Osnabrück, April 2001.
  149. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (2001). Modellbildung und -anwendung in den Wissenschaften, V. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 2001. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 23. Universität Osnabrück, August 2001.
  150. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (2004). Chaos und Ordnung in Natur und Gesellschaft. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 2004. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 28. Universität Osnabrück, Dezember 2004.
  151. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (2006). Komplexe Systeme und nichtlineare Dynamik in Natur und Gesellschaft. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Sommersemester 2006. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 38. Universität Osnabrück, Dezember 2006.
  152. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (2008). Komplexe Systeme und nichtlineare Dynamik in Natur und Gesellschaft. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Wintersemester 2007/08. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Matthies, M., Hrsg.), Bd. 47. Universität Osnabrück, Juli 2008.
  153. Malchow, H., Hrsg. (2012). Komplexe Systeme und nichtlineare Dynamik in Natur und Gesellschaft. Proseminar Systemwissenschaft, Wintersemester 2011/12. Beiträge des Instituts für Umweltsystemforschung (Malchow, H., Hrsg.), Bd. 54. Universität Osnabrück, Mai 2012.

     



    Talks, Posters, Preprints

     

  1. Lateral diffusive instabilities leading to dissipative structures on a sphere. Poster, 3rd Int. Symp. Biophysics of Cell Surface, Arendsee, 23.-28.11.1981.
  2. Pattern formation in reaction-diffusion systems. Poster, 2. Konf. Irreversible Prozesse und dissipative Strukturen, Berlin, 3.-6.2.1982.
  3. Strukturbildung in Reaktions-Diffusionssystemen. Talk, Kolloquium Theoretische Physik, FB Physik, Universität Rostock, 2.6.1982.
  4. Räumliche Phasenseparation im Nichtgleichgewicht. Talk, Arbeitsseminar Phasenumwandlungen und deren Anwendungen auf metastabile Systeme, Hetzdorf, 6.-15.12.1982.
  5. Dissipative Strukturen in autokatalytischen Reaktionssystemen. Poster, Konf. Theoretische Reaktionskinetik, Kühlungsborn, 7.-11.3.1983.
  6. Strukturbildung in Reaktions-Diffusionssystemen. Talk, Seminar Dissipative Strukturen, ZIPC der AdW, Berlin, 15.3.1983.
  7. Der Evolutionsbegriff in der Physik. Talk, Fortbildungsveranstaltung für Sozialwissenschaftler, Franz-Mehring-Institut, Leipzig, 6.7.1983.
  8. Reaktion, Diffusion und Rauschen in nichtlinearen Systemen. Talk, Volterra-Seminar der AdW, Berlin, 24.11.1983.
  9. Stochastics of bistable inhomogeneous systems. Talk, Kolloquium Theoretische Physik, LTH Bydgoszcz (R. Polen), 1.12.1983.
  10. Bifurcations in a bistable reaction-diffusion system. Talk, 19. Symp. on Mathematical Physics, Torun (R. Polen), 6.-9.12.1983.
  11. Dissipative structures in an ionic Lotka-Volterra type chemical reaction system. Poster, 5th UNESCO-Meeting on Systems Theory, Eisenach/Wartburg, 5.-9.3.1984.
  12. Selbstorganisation und Strukturbildung in Diffusionssystemen mit Ionenreaktionen. Poster, Jahreshaupttagung Biophysik, Weimar, 14.-18.5.1984.
  13. Ein Jenenser Wissenschaftler von Weltruf - Ernst Haeckel. Forum der URANIA aus Anlaß des 150. Geburtstages und 65. Todestages Ernst Haeckels, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, 23.5.1984.
  14. Pattern formation in ionic reaction-diffusion systems. Poster, 3rd Int. Conf. Water and Ions in Biological Systems, Bukarest (R. Rumänien), 2.-6.10.1984.
  15. Pattern formation in ionic reaction-diffusion systems. Poster, FEBS Advanced Course on Mathematical Modeling of Cellular Processes, Elbingerode, 29.10.-2.11.1984.
  16. Physikalische Prinzipien der Selbstorganisation und Evolution. Talk, Fortbildungslehrgang Statistische Struktur meteorologischer Felder, Berlin, 31.1.1985.
  17. Pattern formation in a bistable ionic reaction-diffusion system. Talk, 3. Konf. Irreversible Prozesse und dissipative Strukturen, Kühlungsborn, 18.-22.3.1985.
  18. Turing structures in reaction-diffusion systems. Poster, 3. Konf. Irreversible Prozesse und dissipative Strukturen, Kühlungsborn, 18.-22.3.1985.
  19. Spatially stable dissipative structures resulting from a simple Lotka-Volterra model of immunological processes. Poster, 3. Konf. Irreversible Prozesse und dissipative Strukturen, Kühlungsborn, 18.-22.3.1985.
  20. Prinzipien der Selbstorganisation. Talk, Humboldt-Universität, FB Physik, Institutskolloquium Meteorologie, Berlin, 9.10.1985.
  21. Pattern formation in an ionic reaction-diffusion system: A contribution to the morphogene prepattern theory of mitosis. Talk, Int. Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Environmental Models, Eisenach/Wartburg, 17.-21.3.1986.
  22. Pattern formation in reaction-diffusion systems. Talk, Sommerschule Mathematical modeling in chemical engineering - VII, Velké Mezirici (CSFR), 8.-13.9.1986.
  23. Numerical simulations of enzyme reactions in flow reactors. Talk, Prague Institute of Chemical Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, Prague (CSFR) 25.2.1987.
  24. Einige theoretisch-physikalische Probleme der Biotechnologie und Bioinformatik. Talk, Methodisches Zentrum Ultrakurzzeitphysik, Zeuthen, 28.5.1987.
  25. Diffusion and dissipative pattern formation in ionic reaction systems. Poster, Hauptjahrestagung der Chemischen Gesellschaft der DDR, Leipzig, 25.-27.8.1987.
  26. Bistability, electric potentials, and sensor behaviour in an enzymatic reaction system. Preprint IC/87/199, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italien), Juli 1987.
  27. Pattern formation in ionic reaction-diffusion systems. Talk, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 21.10.1987.
  28. Cross-diffusion in electrochemical and ecological systems. Talk, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 9.11.1987.
  29. Dissipative pattern formation in reaction-electrodiffusion systems. Poster, 19th Yamada-Conf. on Ordering and Organization in Ionic Solutions, Kyoto (Japan), 9.-12.11.1987.
  30. Stationary solution patterns of nonlinear ionic reaction-diffusion systems. Talk, Department of Mathematics, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima (Japan), 23.3.1988.
  31. Contrast control by concentration dependence of diffusion in nonlinear ionic reaction systems. Abstract and Poster, 2nd Japan-China Bilat. Symp. on Biophysics, Kyoto (Japan), 16.-20.5.1988.
  32. Discrete formulation of reaction-electrodiffusion equations with concentration-dependent diffusivities in the charge neutrality limit. Preprint KU/01/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), März 1988.
  33. Explicit formula for the numerical solution of reaction-electro-diffusion equations with concentration-dependent diffusivities in the charge neutrality limit by the finite difference method. Preprint KU/02/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), März 1988.
  34. Nonlinear electrodiffusion in continuous and compartmental biochemical reaction systems. Talk, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 14.5.1988.
  35. Pattern formation in a bistable ionic reaction system with nonlinear diffusion. Preprint KU/03/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), Mai 1988.
  36. Application of the zero-deficiency theorem to continuous and compartmental Lotka-Volterra systems. Talk, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 22.6.1988.
  37. Dissipative pattern formation in nonlinear reaction systems with density-dependent diffusion. Talk, Workshop on Self-Organization in Geological Systems, Santa Barbara (USA), 27.6. - 1.7.1988.
  38. Pattern formation by nonlinear reactions and diffusion in electrochemical systems. Poster, 2nd Yukawa Int'l Seminar Cooperative Dynamics in Complex Physical Systems, Kyoto (Japan), 24. - 27.8.1988.
  39. Pattern formation in an ionic Sel'kov type reaction system with nonlinear diffusion. Preprint KU/04/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), September 1988.
  40. Bistability and wave front propagation in a ternary reaction model for Iodate-Arsenite systems with nonlinear electrodiffusion. Preprint KU/05/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), September 1988.
  41. Migration of interacting species in spatially nonuniform time-periodic environmental potentials. Preprint KU/06/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), September 1988.
  42. Spatial patterning in a Volterra system with commensal interactions and nonlinear diffusion. Talk, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 19.10.1988.
  43. Nonlinear reaction-electrodiffusion systems. Talk, Department of Physics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 28.11.1988.
  44. Nonlinear growth and rapid dispersal in environmental potentials. Preprint KU/07/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), Dezember 1988.
  45. Turing structures in reaction-electrodiffusion systems with concentration-dependent diffusivities: The amplitude expansion and its application to a ternary model system. Preprint KU/08/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), Dezember 1988.
  46. Turing structures in ecological interaction systems with repulsive density-dependent dispersal: The amplitude expansion and its application to two-component Volterra systems. Preprint KU/09/88, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), Dezember 1988.
  47. Spatial patterns in electrochemical and ecological reaction-diffusion systems with state-dependent parameters. Talk, Department of Biophysics, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 15.3.1989.
  48. Strukturbildung in Reaktions-Diffusionssystemen mit zustandsabhängigen Parametern. Talk, Seminar Dissipative Strukturen, ZIPC der AdW, Berlin, 17.5.1989.
  49. Raumstrukturierung von Reaktions-Elektrodiffusionssystemen. Talk, Fachbereichskolloquium, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, FB Physik, Berlin, 26.5.1989.
  50. Strukturbildung in ionischen Reaktions-Diffusionssystemen. Talk, Fritz-Haber-Institut für Physikalische Chemie (MPG), Berlin, 18.5.1990.
  51. Dissipative Strukturbildung in Reaktions-Elektrodiffusionssystemen. Talk, Kolloquium Kinetische Untersuchungen an Biomembranen, ZIPC der AdW, Berlin, 12.6.1990.
  52. Spatial patterns in reaction-electrodiffusion systems with state-dependent parameters. Poster, Dynamics Days, Düsseldorf, 20.-23.6.1990.
  53. Pattern formation in reaction-electrodiffusion systems. Poster, Workshop on Noise in Nonlinear Physical Systems, Gosen, 17.-20.9.1990.
  54. Pattern formation by nonlinear reactions and diffusion in ionic systems. Poster, Workshop MOSES - Models of Selforganisation in Complex Systems, Gosen, 5.-8.11.1990.
  55. Spatial pattern formation of interacting and dispersing populations. Talk, Workshop MOSES - Models of Selforganisation in Complex Systems, Gosen, 5.-8.11.1990.
  56. Selbstorganisation und Chaos. Gespräch, Sendereihe Kontrovers zum Thema, Deutschlandsender, Berlin, 20.3.1991.
  57. Spatial patterning of electrochemical and ecological reaction-diffusion systems. Poster, 55. Physikertagung der DPG, Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik, Münster, 8.-12.4.1991.
  58. Spatial pattern formation in heterogeneous reaction media. Poster, Dynamics Days, Gosen, 12.-15.6.1991.
  59. Simulation of nonlinear interactions and rapid diffusion in external electrical and ecological fields. Talk, European Simul. Multiconf., Kopenhagen (Dänemark), 17.-19.6.1991.
  60. Empfindlichkeitsanalyse homogener dynamischer Systeme: Literaturbericht und Anwendung auf ein periodisches Modellsystem. Preprint, Inst. Theor. Physik, Humboldt-Univ., Berlin, September 1991.
  61. Spatially gradient, polar, and symmetric reaction-diffusion patterns in morphogenesis. Poster, II. Int. Symp. SFB 230, Stuttgart, 1.-4.10.1991.
  62. Sensitivitätsanalyse. Talk, Fritz-Haber-Institut für Physikalische Chemie (MPG), Berlin, 8.11.1991.
  63. Spatial and spatio-temporal pattern formation in heterogeneous reaction-diffusion systems. Poster, NATO Advanced Research Workshop Nonequilibrium Chemical Dynamics: From Experiment to Microscopic Simulations, Brüssel (Belgien), 2.-5.12.1991.
  64. Spatial and spatio-temporal reaction-diffusion patterns in heterogeneous media. Talk, 11th Dynamics Days Texas, Austin (USA), 8.-11.1.1992.
  65. Heterogeneous reaction-diffusion patterns. Poster, 11th Dynamics Days Texas, Austin (USA), 8.-11.1.1992.
  66. Räumliche und raumzeitliche Reaktions-Diffusionsstrukturen in heterogenen Medien. Talk, 56. Physikertagung der DPG, Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik, Regensburg, 16.-20.3. 1992.
  67. Introduction to biodiffusion and instabilities. Talk, Fortbildungsseminar des Forschungszentrums Jülich, Kurs-Nr. 9/92 Dynamics of the Biosphere - Tutorial Series, Jülich, 19.3.1992.
  68. Periodic and branching reaction-diffusion structures. Talk, Höchstleistungsrechenzentrum, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, 22.4.1992.
  69. Räumliche und raumzeitliche Strukturbildung in nichtlinearen biologischen Systemen. Talk, Fachbereich Biologie, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, 5.5.1992.
  70. Nichtlineare Wechselwirkungen, Diffusion und Instabilitäten in Nichtgleichgewichtssystemen. Talk, Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Bremerhaven, 15.5.1992.
  71. Kinetische Theorie der biologischen Formbildung. Talk, SFB 230, Universität Stuttgart, 25.5.1992.
  72. Spatial patterning of interacting and dispersing populations. Talk, 3rd Int. Conf. on Mathematical Population Dynamics, Pau (Frankreich), 1.-5.6.1992.
  73. Reaction-diffusion patterns in heterogeneous media. Poster, Int. Conf. Spatio-Temporal Organization in Nonequilibrium Systems, Dortmund, 21.-26.6.1992.
  74. Nonequilibrium structures in plankton dynamics. Poster, W.E. Heraeus Seminar Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics of Nonlinear Nonequilibrium Systems, Gosen, 10.-13.8.1992.
  75. Nonequilibrium structures in marine population dynamics. Poster, ISEM's 8th Int. Conf. State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling, Kiel, 28.9.-2.10.1992.
  76. Nichtgleichgewichtsstrukturen in der Planktondynamik. Talk, Institut für Physik, Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH, Geesthacht, 12.10.1992.
  77. Nonequilibrium patterns in nonlinear plankton dynamics. Poster, Arbeitsgruppe Theoretische Ökologie, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Oktober 1992.
  78. Nonequilibrium spatial pattern formation in plankton dynamics. Preprint, Arbeitsgruppe Theoretische Ökologie, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Oktober 1992.
  79. Interaction-diffusion patterns in nonlinear biosystems. Poster, Arbeitsgruppe Theoretische Ökologie, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, November 1992.
  80. Interaction-diffusion patterns in planktic model systems. Talk, Conf. Chaotic Behavior of Planktonic Food Webs, Zingst, 11.-13.12.1992.
  81. Nonlinear interactions, biodiffusion and spatio-temporal structures in model ecosystems. Talk, Joint Workshop Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Structure in Population Dynamics, AG Theoretische Ökologie (FZ Jülich) and Sektion Ökosystemanalyse (UFZ Leipzig), Jülich, 19.-21.1.1993.
  82. A simple model for the growth of ramificated leaf structures. HLRZ-Preprint 10/93, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Februar 1993.
  83. Nichtgleichgewichtsstrukturen in der Planktondynamik. Talk, Institut für Gewässerökologie, Berlin, 8.6.1993.
  84. Anwendungsmöglichkeiten von Prinzipien der Selbstorganisation. Studie, Teilprojekt E2/ YE1, SFB 230, Berlin, Juni 1993 (with W. Ebeling, J. Freund, A. Scharnhorst, F. Schweitzer, O. Steuernagel).
  85. Modellierung biochemischer Wechselwirkungen in aquatischen Ökosystemen. Talk, GKSS-Seminar Analytische/numerische Modellierung physikalischer und biochemischer Phänomene, Müden, 4.-5.8.1993.
  86. Spatio-temporal patterns in a planktonic population model. Talk, 1st Copenhagen Symp. on Computer Simulation in Biology, Ecology and Medicine, Kopenhagen, 23.-25.8.1993.
  87. Spatio-temporal pattern formation in plankton population models. Talk, Institut für Ostseeforschung, Warnemünde, 8.9.1993.
  88. Introduction to nonequilibrium structures in nonlinear systems. Talk, Department of Information and Computer Sciences, Nara Women's University, Nara (Japan), 26.10.1993.
  89. Nonequilibrium structures in aquatic communities. Talk, Department of Information and Computer Sciences, Nara Women's University, Nara (Japan), 29.10.1993.
  90. Spatio-temporal structures in a planktic population model. Talk, Department of Mathematics, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima (Japan), 2.11.1993.
  91. Nonequilibrium structures in ecosystem modelling. Talk, Kolloquium, Faculty of Engineering & Faculty of Science, Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan), 4.11.1993.
  92. Nonequilibrium structures in aquatic communities. Talk, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 6.11.1993.
  93. Ökosystemmodellierung und Gewässergüte. Talk, Workshop Ökosystemmodellierung, Institut für Gewässerforschung, Magdeburg, 22.10.1993.
  94. Pattern formation in reaction-electrodiffusion systems with concentration-dependent diffusivities. Talk, 3rd European Days of Thermodynamics on Inhomogeneous Phases and Pattern Formation, Brüssel, 13.-15.12.1993.
  95. Dynamics and transport of suspended matter in a model estuary. Poster, Int. Symp. Particulate Matter in Rivers and Estuaries, Reinbek, 21.-25.3.1994 (with J. Simon).
  96. Spatial patterning of heterogeneous electrochemical and ecological reaction-diffusion systems. Talk, Int'l Workshop Dynamism and Regulation in Nonlinear Chemical Systems, 4th NIMC Forum, Tsukuba (Japan), 22.-25.3.1994.
  97. Spatio-temporal patterns in a planktonic population model. Talk, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba (Japan), 31.3.1994.
  98. Nonequilibrium plankton community structures in an ecohydrodynamic model system. Talk, 26th Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics The Coastal Ocean in a Global Change Perspective, Liège (Belgium), 2.-6.5.1994.
  99. Flußinduzierte Instabilitäten in Reaktions-Diffusions-Advektionssystemen. Talk, Kolloquium Irreversible Prozesse und Selbstorganisation, Lehrstuhl Statistische Physik und Nichtlineare Dynamik, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, 28.6.1994.
  100. Selbstorganisation und Umweltprozesse. Talk, Institut für Umweltwissenschaften, Universität Lüneburg, 30.6.1994.
  101. Reaction-diffusion patterns in electrochemical and population dynamics. Talk, EUROMECH 323 on Reaction-Diffusion Phenomena in Physical and Chemical Systems, Norwich (UK), 4.-7.7.1994.
  102. Diffusion- and flow-induced instabilities in electrochemical and population dynamics. Talk, 3rd Int'l Conference on Computational Physics Nonlinear Dynamical Phenomena in Physical, Chemical and Biological Systems, Lyngby (Denmark), 1.-4.8.1994.
  103. Raumzeitliche Strukturen in der nichtlinearen Dynamik von Reaktions-Diffusions-Advektionsprozessen. Talk, Fakultät für Mathematik, Naturwissenschaften und Informatik, Technische Universität Cottbus, 20.10.1994.
  104. Nichtlineare Dynamik und Selbstorganisation in biogeophysikalisch-chemischen Systemen. Talk, ICBM, Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, 28.10.1994.
  105. Selbstorganisation und Strukturbildung in nichtlinearen Systemen. Talk, GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht, 18.11.1994.
  106. Mechanisms of spatio-temporal pattern formation in nonlinear population dynamics. Talk, Symposium der Reimers-Stiftung über Räumliche Strukturen in ökologischen Systemen: Ihre Entstehung, ihre Dynamik und ihre Konsequenzen, Bad Homburg, 25.-28.1.1995.
  107. Raumzeitliche Selbstorganisation in nichtlinearen biogeochemischen Reaktions-Diffusions-Advektionssystemen. Talk, Fachbereich Mathematik/Informatik, Universität Osnabrück, 15.2.1995.
  108. Mechanisms of temporal and spatial patterning in nonlinear population dynamics. Talk, Workshop The Concept of Ecosystems, Forschungszentrum Terramare, Wilhelmshaven, 13.-17.3.1995.
  109. Non-equilibrium plankton community structures in coastal ecosystems. Talk, Eur. Res. Conf. on Significance of Coastal Seas in Global Change, Granada (Spain), 22.-27.4.1995.
  110. Selforganization and spatio-temporal pattern formation in nonlinear systems. Talk, Naturwissenschaftliches Kolloquium, Stavanger College, Stavanger (Norwegen), 11.5.1995.
  111. Spatio-temporal self-organization in population dynamics. Talk, Int. Conf. on Self-Organization of Complex Structures. From Individual to Collective Dynamics, Berlin, 24.-28.9.1995.
  112. Spatio-temporal patterns in a nutrient-plankton-fish model. Talk, Workshop on Progress in Theory and Applications of Modelling Aquatic Population Dynamics (ProDynamics'96), Hamburg, 5.-9.3.1996.
  113. Chaos und Vorhersage? Was ``können`` Computermodelle im Umweltschutzbereich? Talk, Forschungstag der Universität Osnabrück, 16.6.1996.
  114. Multiple local and spatial equilibria in plankton community models. Talk, Isaac Newton Programme in Mathematical Modelling of Plankton Population Dynamics, Cambridge (UK), 29.7.-6.9.96.
  115. Temporal, spatial and spatio-temporal patterns in model plankton communities. Talk, General Information Seminar, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Nara Women's University, Nara (Japan), 12.09.1996.
  116. Pattern formation in predator-prey systems. Talk, Center for Ecological Researh, Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan), 13.09.1996.
  117. Predator-prey interactions and spatio-temporal pattern formation. Talk, Department of Biology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan), 20.09.1996.
  118. Multiple equilibria, oscillations and excitability in a predator-prey model. Talk, Joint Seminar of the Math. Biology Groups of Doshisha, Ritsumeikan and Kyoto University, Doshisha University, Kyoto (Japan), 28.09.1996.
  119. Spatio-temporal pattern formation in predator-prey systems. Talk, 3rd Meeting of the Danish Society for Theoretical Biology, Odense (Denmark), 25.10.1996.
  120. Spatial structure formation in oceanic plankton populations. Talk, 4th SIAM Conf. on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird UT (USA), 18.-22.5.1997.
  121. Spatio-temporal structures in predator-prey models. Talk, School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, Leeds (UK), 13.9.1997.
  122. Raumzeitliche Strukturbildung in Modellen der Populationsdynamik. Talk, Forum Modellierung, KFA-Forschungszentrum Jülich, 9.10.1997.
  123. Spatio-temporal patterns in models of plankton-fish dynamics. Talk, MMARIE Workshop on Ecological Modelling, Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory, Birkenhead (UK), 20.-21.1.1998.
  124. Motional instabilities in predator-prey systems. Talk, 5th Conf. on Mathematical Population Dynamics, Zakopane (Poland), 21.-26.6.98.
  125. Diffusive and advective instabilities in prey-predator systems. Talk, 1st Alcalá Conf. on Mathematical Ecology, Alcalá de Henares (Spain), 4.-8.9.98.
  126. Spatio-temporal pattern formation in models of plankton-fish dynamics. Talk, 1st Alcalá Conf. on Mathematical Ecology, Alcalá de Henares (Spain), 4.-8.9.98.
  127. Diffusion in models of plankton dynamics. Talk, ESF Workshop on Plankton Population Dynamics: Food Web Interactions and Abiotic Constraints, Universität Konstanz, 4.-7.11.98.
  128. Variable diffusivities and reaction rates in electrochemical and population dynamics. Talk, Department of Mathematics, University of Las Palmas (Spain), 11.11.98.
  129. Diffusion and advection in predator-prey dynamics. Talk, Department of Mathematics, University of Las Palmas (Spain), 12.11.98.
  130. Nichtlineare Populationsdynamik und raumzeitliche Selbstorganisation. Talk, Seminar Umweltphysik, Fachbereich Physik, Universität Osnabrück, 3.6.99.
  131. Komplexe Strukturbildung aquatischer Populationen. Talk, ICBM, Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, 13.7.99.
  132. Plankton waves and fish school cruising. Talk, Conference on Mathematical Modelling of Nonlinear Systems, Leeds (UK), 20.-21.9.99.
  133. Raumzeitliche Strukturierung aquatischer Populationen. Talk, Institut für Ostseeforschung Warnemünde, 12.10.99.
  134. Pattern formation in models of spatio-temporal plankton-fish dynamics. Talk, Conference on Mathematical Methods in Oceanography - Deterministic and Stochastic Aspects, Marseille (France), 13.-17.12.99.
  135. Pattern formation in plankton-fish dynamics. Talk, Symposium on Stochastic Processes, 3rd World Congress of Nonlinear Analysts, Catania, Sicily (Italy), 19.-26.7.00.
  136. Spatio-temporal pattern formation in models of plankton dynamics. Talk, Conference on Deterministic and Stochastic Modelling of Biointeraction, West Lafayette, IN (USA), 23.-27.8.00.
  137. Patterns of algae, fish and noise. Talk, Symposium on Stochastic Processes, Sonderforschungsbereich 555, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, 1.9.00.
  138. Strukturbildung in aquatischen Populationen. Talk, Seminar über Nichtlinearität und Unordnung in komplexen Systemen, Fakultät für Naturwissenschaften, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, 29.1.01.
  139. Spatio-temporal dynamics of aquatic population systems. Talk, Conference on Mathematics, Computer, Education, Pushchino, Moscow Region (Russia), 31.1.-4.2.01.
  140. Pattern formation and noise in models of plankton-fish dynamics in a patchy environment. Talk, Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Hilo, HI (USA), 15.-19.7.01.
  141. Spatio-temporal pattern formation in prey-predator systems, I. Talk, Applied Mathematics Colloquium, University of Bordeaux 2, Bordeaux (France), 10.10.01.
  142. Spatio-temporal pattern formation in prey-predator systems, II. Talk, Applied Mathematics Colloquium, University of Bordeaux 2, Bordeaux (France), 24.10.01.
  143. Pattern formation in models of plankton-fish dynamics in a patchy and noisy environment. Talk, Conference on Pattern Formation by Swimming Micro-Organisms and Cells, Leeds (UK), 3.-5.12.01.
  144. Waves in models of predator-prey plankton dynamics. Talk, General Information Seminar, Nara Women's University, Nara (Japan), 11.3.02.
  145. Self-organization in plankton-fish dynamics. Talk, Ocean Research Institute, Tokyo University, Tokyo (Japan), 13.3.02.
  146. Spatiotemporal pattern formation in population dynamics. Talk, International Leopoldina Symposium on Nonlinear Dynamics and the Spatiotemporal Principles of Biology, Darmstadt, 13.-15.5.02.
  147. Waves in models of predator-prey plankton dynamics. Talk, ICM-2002 Satellite Conference on Mathematical Biology. Guilin (China), 15.-18.8.02.
  148. Waves in models of predator-prey plankton dynamics. Talk, ICBM, Carl-von-Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg, 7.11.02.
  149. Oscillations and waves in a plankton system with viral infection. Talk, 2nd Alcalá International Conference on Mathematical Ecology, Alcalá de Henares (Madrid, Spain), 5.-9.9.03.
  150. Pattern formation in models of plankton-fish dynamics in a noisy and patchy environment. Talk, 2nd Alcalá International Conference on Mathematical Ecology, Alcalá de Henares (Madrid, Spain), 5.-9.9.03.
  151. Oscillations and waves in models of plankton dynamics. Talk, Kolloquium Theoretische Physik, Institut für Physik, Universität Potsdam, 2.2.04.
  152. A stochastic reaction-diffusion model of viral infection spread in a phytoplankton population. Talk, Workshop on Mathematical Understanding of Invasion Processes in Life Sciences, CIRM, Luminy (Marseille, France), 15.-19.3.04.
  153. Reaction, diffusion and noise in models of plankton population dynamics. Talk, Gordon Research Conference on Theoretical Biology and Biomathematics, Tilton School, Tilton (NH, USA), 6.-11.6.04.
  154. Deterministic and stochastic dynamics of viral infection in a plankton system. Talk, 1st Conference on Computational and Mathematical Population Dynamics, Trento (Italy), 21.-25.6.04.
  155. Deterministic and stochastic dynamics of viral infection in a plankton system. Talk, University of Torino, Department of Mathematics, Torino (Italy), 21.7.04.
  156. Reaction, diffusion and noise in models of plankton patch dynamics. Talk, 14th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima (Japan), 22.-25.9.04.
  157. Spatiotemporal patterns in a plankton system with viral infection. Talk, Department of Biology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan), 29.9.04.
  158. Local dynamics and spatial spread of virus infection in a model plankton community. Talk, General Information Seminar, Nara Women's University, Nara (Japan), 30.9.04.
  159. Modelle für Wachstum, Blüten und Ausbreitung mariner Algen. Talk, Tagung Wissenschaftliches Modellieren - Ansprüche und Kriterien im Zuge der Theoriebildung, Bad Honnef, 12./13.11.04.
  160. Strukturbildung in aquatischen Populationen. Talk, Tagung des Arbeitskreises Theorie der Gesellschaft für Ökologie über Multiple Skalen & Skalierung in der Ökologie, Seddiner See, Potsdam, 3.-5.3.05.
  161. Reaction, diffusion and noise in models of plankton dynamics. Talk, 2nd Shanghai International Symposium on Nonlinear Science and Applications, Shanghai (China), 3.-7.6.05.
  162. Reaction, diffusion and noise in models of plankton dynamics. Talk, International Workshop on Differential Equations in Mathematical Biology, Le Havre (France), 11.-13.7.05.
  163. Modelling viral infections in a plankton system. Talk, 15th National Congress of the Italian Society of Ecology, Torino (Italy), 12.-14.9.05.
  164. Modelling viral infections of phytoplankton. Talk, Centre d'Océanologie, Marseille (France), 21.9.05.
  165. Strange periodic attractor in a prey-predator system with infected prey. Talk, Sciences et Modélisation, Bordeaux (France), 27.9.05.
  166. Viruses and patchiness in plankton. Talk, Kolloquium Irreversible Prozesse und Selbstorganisation, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Physik, 15.9.06.
  167. Viruses and patchiness in plankton modelling. Talk, Institut für Ostseeforschung, Warnemünde, 16.1.07.
  168. Spatiotemporal patterns in deterministic and stochastic predation-diffusion systems with infected prey. Talk, International Workshop on Waves and Patterns in Models of Population Dynamics and Evolution, University of Leicester (UK), 7.3.07.
  169. Viral infection, predation, diffusion, and noise shape spatio-temporal plankton patterns. Talk, International Workshop on Modelling of Population Dynamics, University of Bordeaux 2 (France), 2.-3.5.07.
  170. Viral infections in planktonic food chains. Talk, Joint Annual Meetings of SMB and JSMB, San Jose (USA), 31.7.-3.8.07.
  171. Spatiotemporal pattern formation in predation-diffusion systems with infected prey. Talk, BIOCOMP'2007 on Collective Dynamics: Topics on Competition and Cooperation in the Biosciences, Vietri sul Mare (Italy), 24.-28.9.07.
  172. Competition of predation and infection in prey-predator systems with infected prey. Talk, 2nd Leicester Workshop on Models of Population Dynamics and Evolution, University of Leicester (UK), 12.3.08.
  173. Reaction, diffusion and noise in models of plankton dynamics. Talk, Seminar, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, College of Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch (New Zealand), 11.9.08.
  174. Spatiotemporal pattern formation in models of population dynamics. Talk, Seminar, Department of Mathematics, University of Auckland (New Zealand), 10.10.08.
  175. Spatiotemporal pattern formation in models of population dynamics. Talk, Kolloquium, Department of Mathematics, Kyoto Sangyo University, Kyoto (Japan), 9.3.09.
  176. Diffusive predation and competition patterns in a noisy environment. Talk, Kolloquium, Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences, Meiji University, Kawasaki/Tokyo (Japan), 17.3.09.
  177. Self-organization in models of predating, competing and diffusing populations. Talk, International Conference and LMS Workshop on Mathematical Models of Collective Dynamics in Biology and Evolution MDBE'09, University of Leicester (UK), 11.-13.5.09.
  178. Pattern generation and suppression in noisy predation and competition models. Talk, Séminaire Sciences et Modélisation, Université Bordeaux 2 (France), 18.5.09.
  179. Pattern generation and competition in models of population dynamics. Talk, International Conference on Mathematical Biology and Annual Meeting of the SMB, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Canada), 27.-30.7.09.
  180. Patterns of predation, competition and invasion in a noisy environment. Talk, Symposium of the Nederlandse Vereniging voor Theoretische Biologie on Applications of Bifurcation Theory to Population Dynamics, Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 30.9.09.
  181. Competition and diffusive invasion in a variable environment. Talk, 3rd Conference on Computational and Mathematical Population Dynamics, Bordeaux (France), 31.5.-4.6.10.
  182. Competition and invasive flow in a variable environment. Talk, Orflow10, International Workshop on Living Organisms in Flows: From Small-scale Turbulence to Geophysical Flows, IFISC, Palma de Mallorca (Spain), 7.-11.6.10.
  183. Competitive invasion of a variable environment. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology: Animal Movement, Dispersal and Spatial Ecology, University of Leicester (UK), 1.-3.9.10.
  184. Predative and competitive spatial invasion of a variable environment. Talk, 2nd Workshop on Dynamical Systems applied to Biology and Natural Sciences, Centro de Matemática e Aplicações Fundamentais (CMAF), Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal), 2.-4.2.11.
  185. Noise and diffusion in models of population dynamics. Talk, Kolloquium, Quantitative Biology Institute, Ohio University, Athens OH, 18.2.11.
  186. Predation, competition and infection in a noisy environment. Talk, MBI Workshop on Ecology and Control of Invasive Species, Including Insects, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, Columbus OH, 21.-25.2.11.
  187. Predation, competition and infection in a noisy environment. Talk, Séminaire de Mathématiques du Vivant, Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, UFR Sciences & Modélisation, Université Bordeaux 2, 22.3.11.
  188. Predative and competitive invasion of a variable environment and its control. Talk, Centre d'Océanologie, Université de la Méditerranée Aix-Marseille II, 1.4.11.
  189. Infection and biocontrol of an invading competitor. Talk, 8th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Kraków (Poland), 28.6-2.7.11.
  190. Modelling bioinvasions and their control. Talk, Exploratory Workshop on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Mathematical Modelling, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM), Bellaterra, Barcelona (Spain), 11.-15.7.11.
  191. Noise and diffusion in models of population dynamics. Talk, Applied Mathematics Seminar, Department of Mathematics, The Auckland University, Auckland (New Zealand), 19.1.12.
  192. Emergent carrying capacities and differential intraspecfic competition in host-parasite systems. Conférence, Séminaire, UFR Sciences et Modélisation, Université Bordeaux 2 (France), 22.3.12.
  193. Differential intraspecfic competition in host-pathogen systems. Cours, Séminaire, Institut Méditeranéen d'Océanologie, Aix-Marseille Université (France), 29.3.12.
  194. Noise and diffusion in population dynamics. Talk, Workshop on Quantitative Behaviour of Stochastic Systems and Applications, Center for Interdisciplinary Research, University of Bielefeld, 18.-22.6.12.
  195. Infection and control of a competitive invader. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'12, Federal University of Santa Maria RS (Brazil), 10.-13.9.12.
  196. Theorie der Selbstorganisation und dissipativer Strukturbildung in gleichgewichtsfernen offenen Systemen. Talk, Biologisches Kolloquium, Fachbereich Biologie/Chemie, Universität Osnabrück, 4.12.12.
  197. Structure formation in reaction-diffusion systems. Talk, Seminar Theoretische Physik, Fachbereich Physik, Universität Osnabrück, 22.1.13.
  198. Pattern formation in non-equilibrium systems. Talk, Department for Innovative Methods of Computing, TU Dresden, 23.5.13.
  199. Controlled bioinvasions. Talk, Minisymposium 40, Annual JSMB/SMB Meeting, Osaka (Japan), 28.7.-1.8.14.
  200. Explicit vs. emergent carrying capacities for modeling competition in host-pathogen systems. Talk, Seminar Mathematical Biology, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka (Japan), 6.8.14.
  201. Differential intraspeci fic competition in host-pathogen systems. Talk, Center for Interdisciplinary Science, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima (Japan), 7.8.14.
  202. Control of competitive bioinvasion by specific infection and noise. Talk, Seminar, Doshisha University, Kyoto (Japan), 18.8.14.
  203. Noise-induced shifts of bioinvasions I. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'14, Torino (Italy), 25.-29.8.14.
  204. Noise-induced shifts of bioinvasions II. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'14, Torino (Italy), 25.-29.8.14.
  205. Explicit vs. emergent carrying capacities for modeling competition in host-pathogen systems. Talk, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Matemática, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria RS (Brasil), 15.10.14.
  206. Noise-induced shifts of bioinvasions. Talk, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Matemática, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria RS (Brasil), 20.10.14.
  207. Introductory remarks on mathematical modeling of plankton dynamics. Talk, International Workshop on Spatio-Temporal Dynamics in Ecology, Lorentz Center, Leiden (The Netherlands), 8.-12.12.14.
  208. Competition of residents and invaders in a variable environment. Talk, Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, UFR Sciences & Modélisation, Université de Bordeaux, 19.3.15.
  209. Predation and competition in eco-epidemiological systems. Talk, Midlands Mathematical Ecology Seminar Series (MESS), Department of Mathematics, University of Leicester (UK), 27.4.15.
  210. Ingredients of spatiotemporal pattern formation in population dynamics: Growth, interactions and motion plus a spicy shot of infections and noise. Dipartimento di Fisica e Chimica, Università degli Studi di Palermo (Italy), 18.11.15.
  211. Environmental noise in spatio-temporal models of resident-invader competition. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'15, Niterói (Brazil), 24.-28.8.15.
  212. Resident-invader competition in a noisy environment. Talk, Minisymposium Ecological Models, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'15, Niterói (Brazil), 24.-28.8.15.
  213. Functional response of populations to environmental variability and control of invasions. Talk, Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, UFR Sciences & Modélisation, Université de Bordeaux, 1.6.16.
  214. Growth, interactions, and diffusion in heterogeneous environments. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'16, Marseille (France), 5.-9.9.16.
  215. Competition and motion in heterogeneous environments. Talk, Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, Aix-Marseille University (France), 27.4.17.
  216. Noise-mediated coexistence of competing residents and invaders. Talk, 2nd Franco-Italian Mathematical Ecology Days, University of Torino (Italy), 15.-16.5.17.
  217. Reaction-diffusion modelling of biological invasions. Talk, International Symposium on Recent Advances in Nonlinear Dynamics and Complex Structures, University of Oldenburg (Germany), 1.-2.6.17.
  218. Noise-mediated coexistence of competing populations moving in a heterogeneous environment. Talk, Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux, UFR Sciences & Modélisation, Université de Bordeaux, 22.6.17.
  219. Pattern generation and inhibition through noise in population dynamics. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'17, Cape Town (RSA), 4.-8.9.17.
  220. Noise-mediated coexistence of competitors, moving in a heterogeneous environment. Talk, International Conference on Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology - MPDE'17, Cape Town (RSA), 4.-8.9.17.