Antonio Barbadilla. Es natural de Barcelona. He obtained his PhD in studying natural selection acting on chromosome rearrangements in wild populations of Drosophila. As Postdoctoral researcher worked at Harvard University with Prof. Lewontin, specializing in Population Genetics and Molecular Evolution. From his first contact with the idea of natural selection, Barbadilla has continuously been investigating the ramifications, always fascinating, of that "view of life" that Darwin invited us to discover.
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Weather Davis. Current projects include developing polyhedral finite element methods for fracture simulations and geometric-based isogeometric methods in mechanics. Other areas of interest include computational geometry, level set methods, Bayesian probability theory, maximum-entropy methods in mechanics , convex optimization and semidefinite programming, machine learning, stochastic PDEs and UQ, and parallel computing. Valanis to describe the motion of particles in granular media. Developed and implemented software modules in Oracle for management information systems. Chin, A. Mokhtari and A.
Professor Barry Checkoway is an internationally-recognized scholar and practitioner on youth empowerment, neighborhood development, and community change. His projects and publications draw on work with grassroots groups, community agencies, and government programs in the South Bronx, Detroit, Mississippi Delta, central Appalachia; and in South America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, with support from the World Health Organization, Ford Foundation, Kellogg Foundation and other institutions. Community organization, community development, neighborhood development, community-based policy advocacy, participatory research, youth empowerment, evaluation.
Brazilian Journal of Business, Curitiba, v2 n4 p. Journal of Infrastructure Development , 11 1—2 , 81— The asymmetric effect of the business cycle on poverty in Argentina. Panoeconomicus Review, Vol Sotelsek, D.