Louis J. Gross
Scientific Research Projects
ATLSS: Across Trophic Level System Simulation for the Everglades/Big Cypress Region of South Florida
Fish slides from ATLSS in WCA2A
Computational Ecology - Key Open Problems - Contribution to Workshop on Computational Ecology at San Diego Super Computer Center, September, 1995
Computational Grid - Summary of SInRG computational grid partnership based in UTK Computer Science Department.
SInRG Home page
Computational Ecology - Article in the Ecological Society of America NewSource June 1999 featuring interview with me
Mathematical ecology and parallel computing: Biological data on individuals and small groups form basis for simulations of communities of interacting species. Science Alliance News Online Interview.
Individual-based ecological models for spatially-explicit investigation and computational ecology. Handout Third Autumn Workshop on Mathematical Ecology, Trieste, Italy, October 1996.
Use of Biophysical Models for Ecological Assessments: Applications in the Southeastern United States (funded by EPA). (
Dec. 1996 News report
Parallel Computation and Ecological Models (
First Annual summary report to NSF
QEIB: Spatially-distributed population models with external forcing and spatial control (NSF Award DMS-0110920): (First Annual summary report to NSF is
ITR: Parallel and grid computing for ecological multimodeling (NSF Award DEB-0219269).
Workshop on Computational Science for Natural Resource Managers.
Grid Computing for Ecological Modeling and Spatial Control (NSF Award IIS-0427471)
Educational Research Projects
Alternative routes to quantitative literacy for life science students
Quantitative Curriculum for Life Science students
Short Courses on the Mathematics of Biological Complexity
Education for Math Biology Resources
Mathematics Archives Life Science Collection
MAA Session on Interdisciplinary Programs with Undergraduate Mathematics - Orlando January '96
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Menstrual Cycling Software - MENSTRUA - a UTK CharityWare Release
Project Extend Interview with me on the topic: Adopting an Interdisciplinary Paradigm
Interview of me by Barbara Lovitts for the SUNY Stony Brook Reinvention Center project on Math/Biology education linkages
My listing of key quantitative concepts for undergraduate biology students
Math teachers are working a new version of an old problem - excerpt from Minneapolis Star Tribune 5 Nov 2000 article, including an interview with me by Sharon Schmickle.
Local archived version
AIBS Actionbioscience interview with me on Computational Skills for Biology Students - June 2006
NSF/AAAS Vision and Change website
and reports for which I served as co-author and Advisory Committee member - Final Report released February 2011