Andres Ortiz-Munoz

Complexity Postdoctoral Fellow

Omidyar Fellow, Starting at SFI December 2020

Starting at SFI December 2020

Andres is currently a graduate student of biology at Caltech.  He studied mathematics and physics as an undergraduate at the University of Texas at El Paso. Andres grew up in the city of Juarez, Mexico just south of El Paso. His work focuses on the mathematics of stochastic chemical systems with a focus on understanding their computational properties. His work also focuses on developing techniques for addressing the combinatorics of stochastic chemical reaction networks with the use of generating functions. Andres received his B.S. in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Texas in 2013. He will begin his Omidyar Fellowship in Fall 2020.