I am a guest researcher at the IT University of Copenhagen. I have a Master’s degree and a PhD in Biophysics from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where I also completed my five-year degree in Physics.
Although my general training is that of a physicist, I am interested in biological problems, which I like to consider from the complex-systems perspective. I am currently interested in cognition and neural networks, and amazing field that goes all the way from philosophy to robotics.
Modeling the interplay between protein and lipid aggregation in supported membranes ⇓
González de Prado Salas P, Encinar M, Alonso Á, Vélez M, and Tarazona P.
Invited paper in Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, special issue: Membrane mechanochemistry: From the molecular to the cellular scale. 2015, 185: 141–152
Torsion and curvature of FtsZ filaments ⇓ (⇓ supplementary)
González de Prado Salas P, Hörger I, Martín-García F, Mendieta J, Alonso Á, Encinar M, Gómez-Puertas P, Vélez M, and Tarazona P.
Soft Matter, 2014, 10 (12): 1977–1986
FtsZ protein on bilayer membranes: Effects of specific lateral bonds ⇓
González de Prado Salas P, Encinar M, Vélez M, and Tarazona P.
Soft Matter, 2013, 9 (26), 6072–6079