Steffen Eikenberry

- Steffen.Eikenberry@asu.edu
- (480) 567-8810
- PHYSICAL SCIENCES CENTER TEMPE

Post Doctoral Scholars, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 4501

Education:

2016. MD. Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

2014. PhD. Biomedical Engineering. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

2008. MA. Mathematics. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2007. BS. Mathematics. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Research Interests:

I am broadly interested in applying mathematical modeling to environmental problems, how humans have historically used energy and interacted with the environment, and the history of scientific thought. Three problems of especial interest include (1) modeling household level consumption and the potential for meaningful environmental harm reduction by changing individual consumption choices, (2) how the infectious disease of malaria has been affected by agriculture, land use, climate, and control measures throughout history, and (3) the potential to transition to a "sustainable" global society.

Additionally, I have a broad background in mathematical biology and modeling of cancer, especially as an ecologic process.

Publications:

Some recent publications:

Eikenberry SE, Gumel AB: **The relationship between insecticide resistance and malaria transmission is highly nonlinear: results from a data-driven mathematical model**.* Under review.*

Iboi E, Eikenberry S, Gumel AB, Huijben S, Paaijmans K.** Long-lasting insecticidal nets and the quest for malaria eradication: A mathematical modeling approach**. *Under review.*

Eikenberry SE, Gumel A:** Mathematics of malaria and climate change**. To appear in: *Mathematics of Planet Earth*, eds. Kaper H, Roberts F.

Eikenberry SE, Gumel A: **Mathematical modeling of climate change and malaria transmission dynamics: A historical review**. *J Math Biol*. 2018, 77(4):857-933.

Eikenberry SE: **A fair share: Doing the math on individual consumption and global warming**. 1st ed. Ingram Publishing; 2018. 510 p.

Kuang Y, Nagy JD, Eikenberry SE: **Introduction to mathematical oncology**. 1st ed. Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group; 2016. 488 p.

Summer 2021 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 499 | Individualized Instruction |

Spring 2021 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 394 | Special Topics |

MAT 591 | Seminar |

Fall 2020 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 275 | Modern Differential Equations |

MAT 591 | Seminar |

Spring 2020 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 394 | Special Topics |

MAT 451 | Mathematical Modeling |

MAT 591 | Seminar |

APM 598 | Special Topics |

Fall 2019 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 451 | Mathematical Modeling |

MAT 591 | Seminar |

Spring 2019 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 451 | Mathematical Modeling |

APM 598 | Special Topics |

Fall 2018 | |
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Course Number | Course Title |

MAT 275 | Modern Differential Equations |

Presentations:

**Malaria, Climate, and Agriculture: History and Implications for the Future**. African Academy of Sciences pre-event to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Outreach Event, Accra, Ghana, July 24, 2019.

**Malaria: Uncertainty in future malaria potential across Africa: Dual threats of insecticide resistance and climate.** U2 Can UQ: Showcasing Uncertainty Quantification Research at the University of Arizona, April 10, 2019.

**Climate, Control and Resistance in Malaria Epidemiology: History and Mathematical Modeling**. ASU Mathematical Biology Seminar, September 28, 2018.

**Malaria and Global Environmental Change: History, Context, and Mathematics**. Hands-On Research in Complex Systems School at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy. July 24, 2018.