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Erick Ratamero

Hello! My name is Erick. I come from Brazil and I study interesting things.

My main interest is in Mathematical Modelling of pretty much anything. In the last couple of years, I have worked with Evolutionary Game Theory, Innovation Theory, a bit of modelling for Sports Science. I have done mostly agent-based modelling in the recent past; my Ph.D., though, will probably differ from that. I welcome the challenge and think it will be a great opportunity to learn new tricks.

My current work deals with the FtsZ protein and its effects on membrane remodelling in bacteria.

You can read a short auto-biography here.

Academic History

2013 - Present:

  • PhD (Ongoing), Analytical Science, MOAC DTC, University of Warwick
    'Bacterial inner membrane remodelling by force generation of FtsZ fibres'
    Supervisors: Prof. Matthew Turner, Dr. Corinne Smith

2012 - 2013:

  • MSc, Erasmus Mundus Master in Complex Systems Science, École Polytechnique (France) and Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
    Mini Projects: 'Endogenization of Network Topology in Metamimetic Games', 'A Multiple-landscape Model on Innovation'
    More details here.

2004 - 2009:

  • B.Sc., Telecommunications Engineering, Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brazil)
    Final Project: 'Modeling Magnetic Resonance Clinical Reports of the Lumbar Spine using OpenEHR Archetypes'
    More details here.




Senate House
University of Warwick

Physical Sciences PS001
University of Warwick

Curriculum Vitae

My other interests

Some Publications