I am an Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics at the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Durham University. I am primarily involved in teaching and research within mathematical biology and nonlinear dynamical systems, but I am also interested in broader scientific and philanthropic themes. My CV can be found here.

I grew up in New Mexico, USA, where I earned undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and a Masters degree, in Mathematical Analysis. I then obtained a DPhil (PhD) in Mathematics within the Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, and continued as a postdoc in the Wolfson Centre for Mathematical Biology before becoming a Departmental Lecturer in Applied Mathematics jointly between these two groups. You can find some informal mathematical and personal writing of mine at this blog.

email: andrew (dot) krause (at) durham.ac.uk

Below are two recent posters overviewing some of my work (click to enlarge).