Erin Landguth

Erin Landguth

Research Associate Professor

Office: Skaggs Building 302

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Curriculum Vitae

Personal Summary


My specific research focus is in Computational Landscape Ecology: Developing, optimizing, and applying agent-based programs for understanding relationships between biological processes and population patterns across landscapes.

I like programming, computers, and the interface between mathematics and the sciences.  If not in front of a computer, then I am outdoors spending time with my various pets.


PhD 2010, University of Montana (Mathematical/Computational Ecology)

MS 2004, SD School of Mines and Technology (Atmospheric Sciences)

BS 2002, SD School of Mines and Technology (Mathematics)

Field of Study

Computational Ecology

Landscape Genetics