Daniel Živković received an MSc in Mathematics from the University of Salzburg in 2003 and a PhD in Genetics from the University of Cologne in 2009. He is currently conducting his postdoctoral research at LMU Munich. His scientific interests cover various aspects of theoretical population genetics, as being studied within the coalescent and the diffusion framework. His research focuses mostly on neutral and selective models for populations of a time-varying size, age structure by means of seed bank dynamics and the co-evolution of host-parasite systems.
- Evolutionary Biology and the Theory of Computing, Spring 2014. Research Fellow.