Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution

A regular international meeting somewhere in Europe


The Scientific Committee is currently discussing how best to serve the MMEE community during the Covid-19 pandemic. More news soon!

(May 2020)

(Old news)


Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution (MMEE) is one of the largest regular conferences that brings together researchers working at the interface between evolutionary biology and the mathematical, physical, and computational sciences.

The conference aims to showcase the latest developments of mathematical modelling in evolution and ecology by presenting a programme including keynote talks and thematic sessions. We aim to create an inclusive and diverse programme of contributed talks and posters. Research students and early-career scientists are especially encouraged to participate.

Previous meetings were organised in Brighton (2007), Bristol (2009), Groningen (2011), York (2013), Paris (2015), London (2017) and Lyon (2019).

It is not known yet when and where the next (8th) edition will be held. Because of the current Covid-19 pandemic it will probably not be in 2021 — but we are looking for alternatives!

Scientific committee

Mark Broom (City U London), Amaury Lambert (Collège de France, Paris), Aditee Mitra (Cardiff U), Jon Pitchford (York U), Susanne Schindler (U Bristol), Corina E. Tarnita (Princeton), Minus van Baalen (CNRS, Paris), Franjo Weissing (Groningen U).

Updated July 28, 2020, by Minus