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Reinhard Bürger
发表时间:2013-06-20 阅读次数:1607次

Reinhard Bürger obtained his PhD in Mathematics from the University of Vienna in 1979. His dissertation was in the field of harmonic analysis. In the early 1980s, he started working in mathematical population genetics, which has been his main field of research since then. After some postdocs, he got a position as a University assistant at the University of Vienna in 1982. He was tenured in 1988, promoted to Associate Professor in 1996, and awarded the title University Professor in 2008. In 1991, he was Visiting Researcher at the Division of Animal Production of the CSIRO in Prospect, Australia, and in 1992/93, he was Visiting Full Professor at the University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Between 2004 and 2009, he spent about 11 months as Visiting Scholar at Harvard University. His research area is mathematical population genetics and evolutionary theory. Much of his research has been devoted to the evolution of multilocus systems and quantitative traits under the combined action of selection, recombination, and mutation. In recent years, his work focused on the role of spatially heterogeneous selection in maintaining genetic variation in geographically structured populations, and on the evolution of local adaptation and differentiation.

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