Will Mentor: Doctoral students, Pre-doctoral students
Areas of Expertise
mathematical biology, population ecology, mathematical modelling
Amanda Laubmeier is an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University. She received a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Arizona (2014) and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University (2018). She also completed a postdoc at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2020). She conducts research in population ecology, working closely with collaborators in the biological sciences. Her expertise is in developing mathematical models and leveraging empirical observations to address application-level concerns. She is also committed to inclusivity in the mathematical community and welcomes contact from students seeking support as they navigate this space.