Laura Rocio Gonzalez Ramirez

I am a Ph.D. candidate in Mathematics with Professor Mark Kramer, and Professor Eugene Wayne, at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University . My research interests include applying dynamical systems theory to neuroscience. In particular, data analysis of high density local field potentials and mathematical modeling of traveling wave patterns during epileptic seizures.



  • Paper
    • L.R.Gonzalez-Ramirez, O. Ahmed, S.S.Cash, C.E. Wayne and M.A. Kramer (To be submitted). A biologically constrained, mathematical model of seizure wave propagation.
  • Poster
    • Descriptive analysis and modeling of wave propagation during epileptic seizures. Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology (WYRMB), 2013.

Teaching Experience

  • Instructor
    • MA120 Applied Mathematics for Social and Management Sciences, Summer 2010 and Summer 2012
    • MA226 Differential Equations, Summer 2011
  • Teaching Fellow
    • MA122 Calculus II for Social Sciences, Fall 2013
    • MA226 Differential Equations, Fall 2011
    • MA225 Multivariable Calculus, Spring 2011 and Fall 2010
    • MA124 Calculus II , Spring 2010
    • MA120 Applied Mathematics for Social and Management Sciences, Fall 2009


Laura Rocio Gonzalez Ramirez

Ph.D. Candidate in Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Boston University
111 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02215

Office: MCS 149 E
Phone: (617) 353-5206