Please follow the links below to learn about my work and private interests. You can meet me at Facebook as Adam Kleczkowski (mainly for my private interests) and at Twitter at @klecz (mainly for my work-related activities).

Adam Kleczkowski's picture and manifesto
  • I am currently a Global Talent Professorship at the University of Strathclyde. My personal web page can be found here.
  • My research concentrates on mathematical biology - applications of mathematics to biology, ecology, epidemiology and - more recently - economics. I am particularly interested in modelling plant, animal and human epidemiology, and work on such diverse subjects like tree health, pollination, norovirus infection of shellfish and seasonal and pandemic influenza.
University of Strathclyde
University of Stirling
Me at Dept. Plant Sciences
  • I was also a Fellow and a College Lecturer in Mathematics (for Natural Sciences) at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Selwyn College, established in 1882, is a place of teaching, learning and religion. Follow the link to learn more about the College.
Me at Selwyn College
  • In the period 1996-2000 I was a Senior Research Fellow in Mathematical Biology at the King's College, Cambridge. I then worked for one year on a joint project between the Department of Plant Sciences and the King's College Research Centre.
Me at King's College
Me at UJ
  • I am happily married and have 5 children. We do our best to raise our children to become good men and women of God, in a Christian home. I was born in Poland and moved to the UK in 1992.
  • We live in Clackmannan in the central part of Scotland, United Kingdom.
  • Our eldest daughter, Asia (Joanna) lives in England. She is not on the picture shown here..
Adam, Marta, Asia, Janek, Tomek, Gosia and Hania

I am designing and maintaining several internet pages. Some of them are listed below:

  • My blog, Statistically (in)significant, is about mathematics, statistics and life in general.
  • A web portal, www.mathbio.com, mainly devoted to applications of mathematics and statistics in biology.
  • Askstatistician.com is a web page devoted to statistics.
statistics

The information contained here does not represent an 'official' position of my employer(s) or any organization. However, great care has been taken to avoid controversial statements.
Last updated by AK, December 2013