Diogo Melo

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I worked as an undergrad in statistical physics, using monte carlo simulations to model lipid membranes.

Currently I work at the biology department at são paulo university in agent based models for evolution. My lab is mostly concerned with mammalian evolution and diversification, mainly in the emergence of patterns of integration in morphological features.

I also work closely with the neural networks group at the physics department, looking at complex networks and possible applications of the statistical mechanics techniques to a wide range of biological and social problems.

I also enjoy music and photography a lot. I play the bass and hope to get a few nice pictures at Bariloche! Check out my flickr.

Looking forward to this summer school! See you all there!