Plenary Speaker

Bai-Lian (Larry) Li, University of California, Riverside, USA

Bai-Lian (Larry) Li

Based at the University of California, Riverside, USA, research conducted in Larry Li’s laboratory addresses questions that include but are not limited to: How do biological and ecological systems self-organize? What are the origins and mechanisms of emergence of scaling from individual to landscape levels (especially on emergence of dynamic scaling)? And what are the physical bases of non-equilibrium biological and ecological systems? Larry Li uses mathematical, statistical, and computational modeling approaches as a way of exploring and answering these questions. These modeling approaches help identify general principles and basic mechanisms governing emerging properties of biological and ecological systems at multiple temporal and spatial scales based on energetic, thermodynamic and information considerations

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