Machine Learning for Multiscale Analysis of Biomedical Data
Rodolfo G. Blanco Rodríguez
Rodolfo is originally from Merida, Mexico. After obtaining his MSc in Applied Physics at CINVESTAV, Mexico in 2015, he started working in simulations of classical physical systems at CINVESTAV, where he completed his PhD in Applied Physics in 2019.
His research interests concern the computational modeling of systems. Rodolfo has joined the group of Systems Medicine of Infectious Diseases to work on multiscale mathematical modeling for infectious diseases.
Blanco-Rodríguez, R., & Pérez-Ángel, G. (2018). Stress distribution in two-dimensional silos. Physical Review E, 97(1), 012903.