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RAMOS-FERNÁNDEZ Gabriel

  • Mathematical Modelling of Social Systems, Institute for Research on Applied Mathematics and Systems, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Animal networks, Biological Networks, Contact networks, Emergence in complex networks, Multilayer, multiplex or multilevel Networks, Network intelligence, Network measures, Networks in arts and humanities, Self-organization in complex networks, Sensor networks, Social networks, Structural network properties
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B.Sc in Basic Biomedical Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico (1994). PhD in Biology, University of Pennsylvania (2001). Worked as academic advisor to a conservation organization (2002-2004) before joining Instituto Politécnico Nacional as assistant professor (2004-2017). Joined the Institute for Research on Applied Mathematics and Systems at the National Autonomous University of Mexico as associate professor in 2018. Visiting professor at Center for Complexity Sciences at the same university.
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RAMOS-FERNÁNDEZ Gabriel

  • Mathematical Modelling of Social Systems, Institute for Research on Applied Mathematics and Systems, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Animal networks, Biological Networks, Contact networks, Emergence in complex networks, Multilayer, multiplex or multilevel Networks, Network intelligence, Network measures, Networks in arts and humanities, Self-organization in complex networks, Sensor networks, Social networks, Structural network properties
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Educational and work
B.Sc in Basic Biomedical Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico (1994). PhD in Biology, University of Pennsylvania (2001). Worked as academic advisor to a conservation organization (2002-2004) before joining Instituto Politécnico Nacional as assistant professor (2004-2017). Joined the Institute for Research on Applied Mathematics and Systems at the National Autonomous University of Mexico as associate professor in 2018. Visiting professor at Center for Complexity Sciences at the same university.