Modeling and simulation of biological systems
From 1989 to 1990 he was a Fulbright Scholar (Visiting Research Scholar) in the 'Department of Systems Science, TJ Watson School of Engineering, State University of New York (Binghamton) ', continuing from 1990 until 1992 his post-
Since 2001 he is a reviewer / referee in the following scientific journals with impact factor: BioSystems, Journal Teoretical Biology, IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, Computers & Education, Applied Mathematics Letters, Complexity, etc.
So far I have worked on the following research topics, ordered chronologically. At each stage of my life I have worked on problems related to each other, trying to answer basic questions about biological systems. However, in each of the issues I've worked, the question was always the same , what is life?
Cellular computing and information processing in microtubules and cytoskeleton.
Molecular automata modeling.
Evolutionary algorithms and computation.
Towards a morphogenetic field theory.
Quantum computing applied to biology.
Evolutionary synthetic biology.
Other (collaborations, projects, etc.):
Numerical models in biology and statistical analysis of data.
Spanish and foreign scholars who have participated in research projects, dissertations and Minor/PhD Theses:
Yolanda González Moneo, Daniel Thai Dam, Jose Manuel Peña Hinojosa, Guil Sara López, Carlos Recio Rincon, Rafael Griman, Julio Estrella, Jaime Huertas, Vieri Di Paola (Italy), Nelly Selem Mojica (Mexico), Julio Gil García, Carlos Perales Gravan, Marte Hoyerm Rorvik (Norway), Mercedes Fernandez Rosell, Carlos de las Morenas, Ulises Sanchez Iñiguez.
Research projects and ideas that we are currently working
At present we are very interested in the subject of quantum biology amd 'quantum evolution'.