Andrés Aravena

Changing peoples' lives through Teaching, Scientific Research, and Engineering. Applied Math, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics


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Recent posts

CMB2: Exercises for Final Exam

May 10, 2018 - 1492 words

Work on this list every day without exception, at least 25 minutes without interruption. Use an alarm clock to know when to stop. Do not stop until the alarm rings. Always stop when the alarm rings and do something else for at least 5 minutes.

Chile: My Professor got an International Prize

May 5, 2018 - 668 words

One of my professors got an international award. He had already won the most prestigious national recognitions in Science. Now he became global. This gives me the opportunity to start a series of posts about my world-class professors and their international achievements.

CMB2: Comments on Midterm Exam

Apr 5, 2018 - 1156 words

The midterm exam has three mandatory questions and one optional. All questions point to evaluate Computational Thinking skills: decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and algorithm design

The Biologist Toolbox: Simulating Systems on the computer

Apr 1, 2018 - 1167 words

Once we have a description of a system, and a nice drawing to represent it, we can answer some interesting questions. One of the most common questions is what is the behavior of the system? In other words, we usually want to know what will happen?.

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