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Daniel Cooney

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Mathematical Biology and Applied Dynamical Systems

Research Description

My research involves studying evolutionary game theory and modeling biological and social systems, often using PDEs and dynamical systems. 

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Professor, Mathematics

Recent Publications

Benson, J., Bessonov, M., Burke, K., Cassani, S., Ciocanel, M. V., Cooney, D. B., & Volkening, A. (2023). How do classroom-turnover times depend on lecture-hall size? Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 20(5), 9179-9207.

Cooney, D. B., Levin, S. A., Mori, Y., & Plotkin, J. B. (2023). Evolutionary dynamics within and among competing groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 120(20), Article e2216186120.

Carmona, R., Cooney, D. B., Graves, C. V., & Lauriére, M. (2022). Stochastic Graphon Games: I. The Static Case. Mathematics of Operations Research, 47(1), 750-778.

Cooney, D. B., Rossine, F. W., Morris, D. H., & Levin, S. A. (2022). A PDE Model for Protocell Evolution and the Origin of Chromosomes via Multilevel Selection. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 84(10), Article 109.

Cooney, D. B. (2022). Assortment and Reciprocity Mechanisms for Promotion of Cooperation in a Model of Multilevel Selection. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 84(11), Article 126.

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