Gustavo

Modeling & Data Analysis

Systems Medicine

of Infectious Diseases

Research Group

 

Publication List

 

  • G. Hernandez-Mejia, A.Y. Alanis, E.A. Hernandez-Vargas. Neural inverse optimal control for discrete-time impulsive systems. Neurocomputing. 2018

 

  • C. Parra-Rojas, V.K. Nguyen, G. Hernandez-Mejia, E.A. Hernandez-Vargas. Neuraminidase inhibitors in influenza treatment and prevention– Is it time to call it a day?. Viruses. 10(9): 1-13, 2018

 

  • E.A. Hernandez-Vargas, J. Martinez-Picado, G. Hernandez-Mejia. Long-term impact of antiretroviral strategies for a functional HIV cure: A virtual clinical trial. Proceedings in the 10th IFAC Symposium on Biological and Medical Systems, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2018

 

  • E.A. Hernandez-Vargas, A. Boianelli, G. Hernandez-Mejia. Bacterial pneumonia fate decisions. Proceedings in the 10th IFAC Symposium on Biological and Medical Systems, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2018

 

  • G. Hernandez-Mejia, N. Arana-Daniel, A.Y. Alanis, E.A. Hernandez-Vargas. Recurrent high order neural networks identification for infectious diseases. Proceedings in the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2018

 

  • G.D. Vega-Magdaleno, G. Hernandez-Mejia, A.Y. Alanis, E.A. Hernandez-Vargas. Impulsive MPC for influenza infection treatment at variable time. Proceedings in the 2nd IFAC Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control of Nonlinear Systems, Guadalajara, Mexico. 2018

 

  • G. Hernandez-Mejia, A.Y. Alanis, E.A. Hernandez-Vargas. Inverse optimal impulsive control based treatment of influenza Infection. Proceedings of the 20th IFAC World Congress, Toulouse, France. 2017

 

  • A.Y. Alanis,, J. Rivera, E. Rangel, G. Hernández. Discrete-Time Neural Identifier for Linear Induction Motors. Proceedings of the National Congress of Automatic Control 2012. Cd. del Carmen, Campeche, México. 2012

Gustavo Hernandez Mejia

PhD student

 

 

Short Bio

Gustavo Hernandez Mejia is originally from Guadalajara, Mexico. He receivied his Bachelor in Biomedical Engineering in 2013 at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico. He followed a Master student in Electronics and Computation Engineering at the Universidad de Guadalajara.

 

Since August 2017, he is working on his PhD thesis. Gustavo aims the development of control-based strategies to personalize antiviral treaments of infectious diseases.