B Larry Li
See Bai-lian Larry
B. Larry Li, educated in China, currently is Professor of Mathematical and Theoretical Ecology and Director of Ecological Complexity and Modeling Laboratory at University of California-Riverside with a broad interdisciplinary background and experience in mathematical, statistical and computational modeling applications in ecological studies. He has published more than 130 refereed journal articles, 28 book chapters and proceedings papers, and 8 books or edited special issues.
Prof. Li is an elected Fellow (1988) of the Institute for Human Ecology, USA, elected Guest Professor (2000) of Systems Ecology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, elected Honorary Professor (2005) of Russian Academy of Sciences, and elected Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science (2006). He is also faculty associate and Ph.D. major professor with Australian, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Russian universities and research institutions.
Prof. Li has served on many professional committees and review panels of federal funding agencies in U.S. and internationally. He is also Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal: Ecological Complexity, which Elsevier launched in March 2004, now with the impact factor (2006): 1.688. During the last five years, he has given more than 100 lectures across Asia, Europe and North America, and has been invited to give keynote or plenary lectures to nine major ecology meetings as well as four National Academies. He chairs International Scientific Committee of Eco Summit.
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