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Alejandro Puga

Science and Technology

Class of 2021


Alejandro Puga completed his doctoral program at Texas Christian University in the summer of 2009. In the fall of that same year, he obtained a faculty position at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas (Mexico). Dr. Puga has worked with Mathematica since his doctoral thesis project and in his undergraduate classes and on his research projects. The research area in which Dr. Puga works is based on scientific programming applied to biophysics and complexity in physical and social systems.

Project: The 2-State CA With Non-Adjacent Parent Cells