• Participation in “Cells in Motion”

    • Research interests: mathematical modelling in the life-sciences, especially developmental systems, cell motility, chemotaxis, durotaxis, regeneration, and phase separation phenomena; infectious diseases, epidemiology and population dynamics; nonlinear partial differential equations and pattern formation; interacting particle systems and limiting descriptions
    • Member of the Research and Careers Committee
    • Supervisor in the CiM-IMPRS Graduate Programme
  • News & views

  • Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”


    Luckhaus S, Stevens A. A free boundary problem-in time-for the spread of Covid-19. J Math Biol 2023;86: 45. Abstract
    Luckhaus S, Stevens A. Kermack and McKendrick models on a two-scale network and connections to the Boltzmann equations. Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2313, Mathematics Going Forward, eds. Morel and Teissier 2023: 399-408. Abstract


    Scheel A, Stevens A. Regeneration of Tissue: Lessons Learned from Flatworms. SIAM News Online. Research. 2021Abstract
    Scheel A, Stevens A, Tenbrock C. Signaling gradients in surface dynamics as basis for planarian regeneration. J Math Biol 2021;83: 6. Abstract


    Kang K, Scheel A, Stevens A. Global phase diagrams of run-and-tumble dynamics: equidistribution, waves, and blowup. Nonlinearity 2019;32: 2128-2146. Abstract


    Burger M, Francesco MD, Fagioli S, Stevens A. Sorting Phenomena in a Mathematical Model For Two Mutually Attracting/Repelling Species. SIAM J. Math. Anal. 2018;50: 3210-3250. Abstract


    Scheel A, Stevens A. Wavenumber selection in coupled transport equations. J Math Biol 2017;75: 1047-1073. Abstract