2023 - Research.com Mathematics in New Zealand Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Mathematics in New Zealand Leader Award
2003 - Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand
Mike Steel mainly investigates Phylogenetic tree, Combinatorics, Phylogenetics, Algorithm and Evolutionary biology. His Phylogenetic tree research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tree, Theoretical computer science and Maximum likelihood. The various areas that he examines in his Combinatorics study include Discrete mathematics, Tree structure and Phylogenetic network.
His Phylogenetics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Genome, Sequence analysis and Curse of dimensionality. His Algorithm study combines topics in areas such as Measure, Distribution, Binary number, Null hypothesis and Tree. His studies deal with areas such as Taxon, Ecology, Data sequences, Heterotachy and Covarion as well as Evolutionary biology.
Mike Steel focuses on Phylogenetic tree, Combinatorics, Discrete mathematics, Phylogenetics and Evolutionary biology. His Phylogenetic tree study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tree, Algorithm and Taxon. His study explores the link between Tree and topics such as Theoretical computer science that cross with problems in Autocatalysis.
His research in Combinatorics focuses on subjects like K-ary tree, which are connected to Interval tree and Search tree. His studies in Discrete mathematics integrate themes in fields like Markov process and Binary number. His Evolutionary biology study incorporates themes from Ecology and Horizontal gene transfer.
His main research concerns Phylogenetic tree, Combinatorics, Theoretical computer science, Autocatalysis and Evolutionary biology. His Phylogenetic tree research incorporates elements of Tree, Discrete mathematics, Phylogenetics and Character. In his work, Cover and Degree is strongly intertwined with Structure, which is a subfield of Combinatorics.
In his study, Simple and Bayesian inference is inextricably linked to Feature, which falls within the broad field of Theoretical computer science. His work deals with themes such as Upper and lower bounds, Abiogenesis and Living systems, which intersect with Autocatalysis. His Evolutionary biology research includes elements of Phylogenetic diversity, Tree and Ecology.
His primary areas of study are Phylogenetic tree, Autocatalysis, Abiogenesis, Combinatorics and Cognitive science. His Phylogenetic tree research includes themes of Discrete mathematics, Evolutionary biology, Genetic algorithm, Tree and Phylogenetics. His Evolutionary biology research includes themes of Phylogenetic diversity, Tree, Null model and Extinction.
His Phylogenetics research incorporates elements of Tree, Graph and Theoretical computer science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Amino acid and Biochemical evolution in addition to Autocatalysis. Mike Steel works in the field of Combinatorics, focusing on Tree in particular.
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Recovering evolutionary trees under a more realistic model of sequence evolution.
Peter J. Lockhart;Michael A. Steel;Michael D. Hendy;David Penny.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (1994)
The complexity of reconstructing trees from qualitative characters and subtrees
Journal of Classification (1992)
Subtree transfer operations and their induced metrics on evolutionary trees
Benjamin Lang Allen;Mike Steel.
Annals of Combinatorics (2001)
Parsimony, Likelihood, and the Role of Models in Molecular Phylogenetics
Mike Steel;David Penny.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2000)
A genome phylogeny for mitochondria among alpha-proteobacteria and a predominantly eubacterial ancestry of yeast nuclear genes.
Christian Esser;Nahal Ahmadinejad;Christian Wiegand;Carmen Rotte.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2004)
Olivier Gascuel;Mike Steel.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (2006)
Distributions of Tree Comparison Metrics—Some New Results
Mike A. Steel;David Penny.
Systematic Biology (1993)
Recovering a tree from the leaf colourations it generates under a Markov model
Applied Mathematics Letters (1994)
The (Super)Tree of Life: Procedures, Problems, and Prospects
Olaf R. P. Bininda-Emonds;John L. Gittleman;Mike A. Steel.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2002)
Links between maximum likelihood and maximum parsimony under a simple model of site substitution
Chris Tuffley;Mike Steel.
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology (1997)
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