Dr. Ramon Alonso-Sanz is a Professor in Statistics and Operational Research in the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain. He has a long experience in teaching Mathematics, Statistics, Operational Research and lately Cellular Automata and other Discrete Dynamical Systems to undergraduate and PhD Students at UPM. He is a member of the research Group of Complex Systems  of the UPM,  of the  Unconventional Computing Group (UWE), and of the Spanish network of researchers in Dynamical Systems (DANCE).  He co-organized AUTOMATA (the annual meeting of cellular automatists) in 2008, and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Cellular Automata. Dr. Alonso-Sanz has been involved in numerous  Spanish funded research projects, and in the UK EPSRC funded Project:  Discrete Dynamical Systems with Memory: A New Tool for Modelling Complexity.  Ramon’s list of publications on Scholar. Ramon’s books on Amazon.