Pablo obtained a degree in Physics from the Universidad de Murcia in Spain, before carrying out a one year Masters Degree in Biophysics at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Supervised through the Centro de Astrobiologia and the Interdisciplinar group of Complex Systems, Pablo worked on computational simulations of the dynamics of expansion of viral populations on two dimensional surfaces. Pablo joins the group to work towards a PhD in the mathematical modelling and computer simulation of the properties of biopolymer networks; aiming to incorporate experimental data at a number of length and timescales obtained by the other members of the “Investigating the Mesocule” project. Currently he is addicted to juggling, coding…. and he is definitely not sleeping on campus in his van.
Contact: p.hernandezcerdan AT massey.ac.nz