Here you can find some useful information. Of note: this webpage is under construction. Thus, it is "constantly" evolving.

- Métodos cuantitativos para administración de empresas II: MECU 3032.

- Mathematical/computational models of complex systems.
- Applied dynamical systems and bifurcation theory.
- Power spectrum analysis and wavelets.
- Parallel computing.

The following is a list of the complex systems that we study using mathematical models.

- The kidney, (renal physiology).
Renal physiology, image from unckidneycenter.org.
The system depicted above can be described with a system of conservation laws, for example the thick ascending limb (TAL), which is a segment of the nephron can be described by

$$ where $$**u**_{t}+ M(t)**u**_{x}=**F**(**u**,x,t)

**u**= (**C**^{a},**C**^{c},**V**)^{T}, $M(t)$ is a matrix operator,**C**^{a}and**C**^{c}are solute concentrations in different compartments, and**V**are cell volume.

- Dennis Ritchie: the giant whose shoulders we stand on
- About the first website ever (it went online just 20 years ago)
- Temporada de huracanes: Modelos matemáticos y estadísticos de estos fenómenos naturales.
- D. Huff. How to lie with statistics. W.W. Norton and company. 1954.
- BBC Radio, In Our Time (show about history, culture, etc.)
- BBC, In Our Time: Bertrand Russell
- BBC, In Our Time: Nietzche's Genealogu of Morality
- BBC, In Our Time: Albert Camus
- BBC, Great Lives: George Orwell
- BBC, In Our Time: History of Marriage
- RTVE, RNE:
- PBS: NOVA (Documentaries about science and technology)
- PBS: Nature
- PBS: Frontline (Documentaries about social issues and current events)

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