Prof. Dr. Johannes Müller
Academic Career and Research Areas
Prof. Müller (b. 1965) explores the interface between mathematics and life sciences. He is particularly interested in the use and further development of dynamic systems and stochastic processes, as required by modern methods in biology and medicine.
Prof. Müller studied at the University of Karlsruhe. He did his doctorate and lecturer qualification (2001) at the University of Tübingen. Following a research stay in Utrecht (1997/98) and a period as interim professor in Cologne (2001/02), he became group leader at the Institute of Biomathematics and Biometry at Helmholtz Zentrum München (2002/3). In 2004, Prof. Müller accepted a position at TUM’s Department of Mathematics.
- Erwin Schrödinger Prize (2007)
Key Publications (all publications)
Müller J, Spandl Ch: “A Curtis–Hedlund–Lyndon theorem for Besicovitch and Weyl spaces”. Theor. Comp. Scienc. 410(2009), 3606-3615.Abstract
Müller J et al: “Transcription, intercellular variability and correlated random walk”. Math. Biosc. 2008; 216: 30-39.Abstract
Müller J, Hösel V: “Estimating the Tracing Probability from Contact History at the Onset of an Epidemic”. Math. Pop. Stud. 2007; 14: 211-236.
Hense BA, Kuttler C, Müller J, Rothballer M, Hartmann A, Kreft JU: „Does efficiency sensing unify diffusion and quorum sensing?” Nat. Rev. Microbiol. 2007; 5: 230-239.Abstract
de Vries G, Hillen T, Lewis M, Müller J, Schönfisch B: „A Course in Mathematical Biology. Qualitative Modelling with Mathematical and Computational Methods”. SIAM, 2006.