Welcome to Kevin Hannay's Homepage
Department of Mathematics
khannay at schreiner dot edu
I am currently an assistant professor in the mathematics department at Schreiner University . Previously, I was a graduate student in the Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics program at the University of Michigan. My research interests include coupled oscillators, phase response curves, circadian rhythms and neural oscillations. I also have a general interest in data science and statistics.
Here is my complete CV .
- Doctor of Philosophy, University of Michigan, Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics, (2017)
- Bachelor of Science, University of Texas at Austin, Mathematics (Honors), 2009
- Bachelor of Science, University of Texas at Austin, Biology (Honors), 2009
Google Scholar Profile
- K.Hannay, D.Forger, V.Booth, Macroscopic models for networks of coupled biological oscillators , Science Advances, Vol. 4, no. 8, e1701047 pdf
- K.Hannay, V. Booth, D. Forger, Collective phase response curves for heterogeneous coupled oscillators , Physical Review E 92, 022923 pdf
- K. Hannay, C. Vogel, E. Marcotte, Buffering by gene duplicates: an analysis of molecular correlates and evolutionary conservation , BMC Genomics, Vol. 8, 2008. pdf
- K. Hannay, T. Keitt, Invasibility, Coexistence and Spatial Structures in Networks of Competing Species , Senior Honors Thesis 2009
- K. Hannay, O. Gonzalez, Reaction-Diffusion Models of Ecological Interactions , Senior Honors Thesis 2009
- Check out my github page for software I have developed.
- For my statistics class I have also written an RPackage which can be installed in R using the command: devtools::install_bitbucket(repo="khannay/hannayintrostats.git")
Current Research Projects
- Information Processing in Coupled Oscillator Networks
- Wearable data and personalized models of human circadian rhythms
- Seasonal Encoding in the Mammalian Circadian Clock
- Simplified Models of the Mammalian Circadian Clock
- Collective Phase Response Curves
- Molecular Models for Drosophila Circadian Rhythms