ibrahim Halil Aslan
Postdoctoral Scholar, Hopkins Marine Station
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Tennessee Knoxville (2019)
MS, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Mathematics with Concentration in Mathematical Ecology/Evolution (2016)
MS, Gaziantep University, Applied Mathematics (2011)
BSc, Mersin University, Mathematics (2009)
My research focus is infectious disease modeling and optimal control theory. Besides, I am interested in machine learning algorithms and statistical modeling. In my research, I am using mathematical tools to understand the behavior of the diseases and manage the control strategies for the diseases. I’ve been involved in a couple of research projects for building new mathematical models for Leptospirosis infectious disease and I am currently working on schistosomiasis infectious disease to predict future projection of the disease propagation under climate change.
Aslan, I. H., Demir, M., Wise, M. M., & Lenhart, S. (2022). Modeling COVID-19: Forecasting and analyzing the dynamics of the outbreaks in Hubei and Turkey. MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN THE APPLIED SCIENCES.
Aslan, I. H., Baca-Carrasco, D., Lenhart, S., & Velasco-Hernandez, J. X. (2021). AN AGE STRUCTURE MODEL WITH IMPULSE ACTIONS FOR LEPTOSPIROSIS IN LIVESTOCK CATTLE. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, 29(01), 75–105.
iaslan [at] stanford.edu