Curriculum Vitae

June, 2018

GUILLERMO RESTREPO

Education

2005-2008

2001-2003

1993-1998

Dr. rer. nat., Universität Bayreuth, Germany

MSc. Chemistry, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia

MA in chemistry, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia

Appointments

Awards and other marks of recognition

Committee membership

Editorship

Refereeing and external examining

Participation in scientific conferences

  1. 33rd TBI Winterseminar in Bled, Bled, Slovenia, February 11 - 18 2018.
  2. X Seminario Internacional de Matemática Aplicada, Neiva, Colombia, November 15 - 17 2017.
  3. Dagstuhl Seminar "Algorithmic Cheminformatics", Wadern, Germany, November 5 - 10 2017.
  4. EON Workshop on Computational Chemistry, from Components to Systems and Back, Tokyo, Japan, October 10 - 13 2017.
  5. 254th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Washington, D. C., USA, August 20 - 24 2017.
  6. 2017 R&D Collaboration Network Meeting RELX Group, London, UK, August 2 2017.
  7. International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry - Summer symposium 2017, Paris, France, July 3 - 6 2017.
  8. International Conference Bio-Nano-Math-Chem 2017, Cluj, Romania, June 28 - 30 2017.
  9. Leopold-Pfaundler-Symposium, Innsbruck, Austria, May 15 2017.
  10. Mathematics in Chemistry Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, October 26 - 28 2016.
  11. 14. Herbstseminar der Bioinformatik, Doubice, Czech Republic, October 3 - October 8 2016.
  12. 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, USA, August 21 - 25 2016.
  13. Chemolution Symposium, from Chemistry to Evolution, Vienna, Austria, May 19 - 20 2016.
  14. 13. Herbstseminar der Bioinformatik, Doubice, Czech Republic, September 28 - October 3 2015.
  15. 10th International Conference on the History of Chemistry, Aveiro, Portugal, September 9 - 12 2015.
  16. Central German Meeting on Bioinformatics 2015, Halle, Germany, August 26 - 27 2015.
  17. Festschrift: Homenaje al Profesor José Luis Villaveces, Bogota, Colombia, August 19 2015.
  18. Annual International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry, (ISPC) 2014, London, UK, July 7 - 9 2014.
  19. II Congreso Latinoamericano de Estudiantes de Química, XI Congreso Nacional de Estudiantes de Química, Manizales, Colombia, April 8 - 11 2014.
  20. Conjugated Carbon Systems, Symposium in honor of Douglas Klein on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Cuernavaca, Mexico, March 11 - 14 2014.
  21. International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry - Summer symposium 2013, Montevideo/Fray Bentos, Uruguay, July 31 - August 3 2013.
  22. Jornadas Internacionales de Filosofía de la Química, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 29 2013.
  23. 6th Joint Sheffield Conference on Chemoinformatics, Sheffield, UK, July 22 - 24 2013.
  24. IV Congreso de Fisicoquímica Teórica y Computacional, Caracas, Venezuela, November 26 - 28 2012.
  25. 10th International Workshop on Partial Order, Theory and Application, Berlin, Germany, September 27 - 28 2012.
  26. 3rd International Conference on the Periodic Table, Cusco, Peru, August 14 - 16 2012.
  27. Álvarez, S. J., G. Restrepo & D. J. Lizcano. Identifying indicator assemblages as surrogates for conservation planning. ESA Meeting, Portland (OR). August 5-10 2012. (Work presented by Álvarez, S. J.)
  28. International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry - Summer symposium 2011, Bogota, Colombia, August 9 - 11 2011.
  29. 9th Workshop on partial orders in applied sciences, Ghent, Belgium, November 8 - 9 2010.
  30. Universidad de Pamplona: 50th anniversary celebration with Mathematical Chemistry, Pamplona, Colombia, July 26 - 27 2010.
  31. Second Mathematical Chemistry Workshop of the Americas, Bogota, Colombia, July 19 - 24 2010.
  32. Sixth Indo-US Workshop on Mathematical Chemistry, Kolkata, India, January 8 - 10 2010.
  33. VII Simposio Nororiental de Matemáticas, Bucaramanga, Colombia, November 30 - December 4 2009.
  34. First Mathematical Chemistry Workshop of the Americas, Bogota, Colombia, August 21 - 22 2009.
  35. Congreso Colombiano de Matemáticas, Santiado de Cali, Colombia, August 3 - 6 2009.
  36. Symposium on the Philosophy of Chemistry, Bogota, Colombia, July 21 - 23 2009.
  37. International Congress of Science Education, Cartagena, Colombia, July 15 - 18 2009.
  38. 24th Southwest Theoretical Chemistry Conference, El Paso, USA, October 10 – 12 2008.
  39. International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry Symposium, Coburg, Germany, August 3 – 6 2008.
  40. 5th Indo-US Workshop on Mathematical Chemistry, Duluth, USA, June 22 – 27 2008.
  41. EnviroInfo 2007, 21st International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection, Warsaw, Poland, September 12 - 14 2007.
  42. The 22nd International Course & Conference on the Interfaces among Mathematics, Chemistry & Computer Sciences, Dubrovnik, Croatia, June 21 - 26 2007.
  43. International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2006, Chania, Greece, October 30 - November 1 2006.
  44. Workshop on Ranking Methods and Multicriteria Decision Analysis in Environmental Sciences, Verbania, Italy, October 2 - 3 2006.
  45. International Congress of Mathematicians 2006, Madrid, Spain, August 22 - 30 2006.
  46. 31stInternational Congress of Theoretical Chemist of Latin Expression, Margarita island, Venezuela, October 2 - 6 2005.
  47. 9th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS, Athens, Greece, July 14 - 16 2005.
  48. Fourth Indo-US Workshop on Mathematical Chemistry, Pune, India, January 8 - 12 2005.
  49. International Conference of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering 2004, Athens, Greece, November 19 - 23 2004.
  50. The Nineteenth International Course & Conference on the Interfaces among Mathematics, Chemistry & Computer Sciences, Dubrovnik, Croatia, June 21 - 26 2004.
  51. Third Joint Sheffield Conference on Chemoinformatics, Sheffield, UK, April 21 - 23 2004.
  52. 5th Seminar of advances studies on molecular design and bioinformatics, Havana, Cuba, February 2 - 6 2004.
  53. 4th Northeastern Symposium of Mathematics, Bucaramanga, Colombia, December 9 - 12 2003.
  54. Regional Conference on Learning Assessment and Superior Education Teaching, Bucaramanga, Colombia, December 5 - 7 2003.
  55. 1st National Chemistry Week, Bucaramanga, Colombia, October 27 - 31 2003.
  56. The Second Harry Wiener International Memorial Conference: The Periodic Table, into the 21st century, Banff, Canada, July 14 - 20 2003.

Events organisation

  1. Mathematics in Chemistry Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, October 26 - 28 2016.
  2. International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry - Summer symposium 2011, Bogota, Colombia, August 9 - 11 2011.
  3. Universidad de Pamplona: 50th anniversary celebration with Mathematical Chemistry, Pamplona, Colombia, July 26 - 27 2010.
  4. Second Mathematical Chemistry Workshop of the Americas, Bogota, Colombia, July 19 - 24 2010.
  5. Special Session on Mathematical Chemistry, in 7th Simposio Nororiental de Matemáticas, Bucaramanga, Colombia, November 30 - December 4 2009.
  6. First Mathematical Chemistry Workshop of the Americas, Bogota, Colombia, August 21 - 22 2009.
  7. Symposium on Philosophy of Chemistry, Bogota, Colombia, July 20 - 22 2009.
  8. Special Session on Mathematical Chemistry, in 9th WSEAS International Conference on COMPUTERS, Athens, Greece, July 14 - 16 2005.
  9. Course: Quantum similarity, Bogota, Colombia, taught by Professor Ramón Carbó-Dorca (Girona Universitat, Gent Universitaet), April 18 - 22 2005.
  10. 1st National Meeting of Theoretical Chemists, Pamplona, Colombia, August 8 - 12 2004.
  11. Course: Mathematical Chemistry: Periodicity, Pamplona, Colombia, taught by Professor Ray Hefferlin (Southern Adventist University), July 12 - 16 2004.
  12. Course: Mathematical Chemistry, Bucaramanga, Colombia, taught by Professors José L. Villaveces and Edgar E. Daza (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), November 12 - 16 2001.

Publications

Papers

  1. Quintero, N.; Brugggemann, R.; Restrepo, G. Mapping posets into low dimensional spaces: The case of uranium trappers. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2018, 80, 793-820.
  2. Quintero, N.; Bruggemann, R.; Restrepo, G. Ranking of 38 prokaryotes according to their uranium uptake capacity in aqueous solutions: An approach from order theory through the Hasse Diagram Technique. Toxicol. Environ. Chem. 2017, 99, 1242-1269. 50 free eprints!
  3. Restrepo, G.; Willett, P. The Journal of Mathematical Chemistry: A Bibliometric Profile. J. Math. Chem. 2017, 55, 1589-1596.
  4. Restrepo, G.; Willett, P. A bibliometric profile of MATCH Communicationsin Mathematical and in Computer Chemistry. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2017, 77, 235-242.
  5. Restrepo, G. Lemont B. Kier: art, science and green cheese. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2016, 12, 314-324.
  6. Restrepo, G.; Stadler, P. F. Assessing greenness of chemical reactions and synthesis plans through posetic landscapes. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., 2016, 4, 2191–2199. 50 free eprints!
  7. Leal, W.; Llanos, E. J.; Restrepo, G.; Suárez, C. F.; Patarroyo, M. E. How frequently do clusters occur in hierarchical cluster analysis?: A graph theoretical approach to studying ties in proximity. J. Cheminform., 2016, 8, 4. Open access!
  8. Restrepo, G.; Harré, R. Mereology of quantitative structure-activity relationships models. HYLE – Int. J. Phil. Chem., 2015, 21, 19-38.
  9. Rincón-Villamizar, E.; Restrepo, G. Rules relating hepatotoxicity with structural attributes of drugs. Toxicol. Environ. Chem. 2014, 96, 594-613. 50 free eprints!
  10. Restrepo, G.; Bernal, A. Ordering molecular energies by moving boxes. Chem. Phys. Lett. 2014, 612, 51-55. Audioslides
  11. Restrepo, G.; Schummer, J. Philosophical aspects of mathematical chemistry. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2014, 72, 589-599.
  12. Brüggemann, R.; Restrepo, G. Estimating Octanol / Water partition coefficients by order preserving mappings. Croat. Chem. Acta. 2013, 86, 509-517.
  13. Restrepo, G.; Llanos, E. J.; Silva, A. E. Lemont B. Kier: a bibliometric exploration of his scientific production and its use. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2013, 9, 491-505. Podcast
  14. Quintero, N.; Cohen, I. M.; Restrepo, G. Relating β+ radionuclides' properties by order theory. J. Radioanal. Nucl. Ch., 2013, 298, 1937-1946.
  15. Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. Discrete mathematical chemistry: social aspects of its emergence and reception. HYLE – Int. J. Phil. Chem., 2013, 19, 19-33.
  16. Restrepo, G. To mathematize, or not to mathematize chemistry. Found. Chem. 2013, 15, 185-197.
  17. Quintero, N.; Cohen, I.; Restrepo, G. Chemotopological study of positron emitters radionuclides used in PET diagnostic imaging: physical, physico-chemical, dosimetric, quantum and nuclear properties. J. Radioanal. Nucl. Ch. 2013, 295, 823-833.
  18. Brüggemann, R.; Restrepo, G.; Voigt, K.; Annoni, P. Weighting intervals and ranking, exemplified by leaching potential of pesticides. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2013, 69, 413-432.
  19. Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. Mathematical thinking in chemistry. HYLE – Int. J. Phil. Chem., 2012, 18, 3-22.
  20. Leal, W.; Restrepo, G.; Bernal, A. A network study of chemical elements: from binary compounds to chemical trends. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2012, 68, 417-442.
  21. De Loof, K; Rademaker, M.; Brüggemann, R.; De Meyer, H.; Restrepo, G.; De Baets, B. Order-theoretical tools to support risk assessment of chemicals. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2012, 67.
  22. Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. Chemistry, a lingua philosophica. Found. Chem. 2011, 13, 233-249.
  23. Restrepo, G.; Klein, D. J. Predicting densities of nitrocubanes using partial orders. J. Math. Chem. 2011, 49, 1311-1321.
  24. Restrepo, G.; Brüggemann, R.; Klein, D. Partially ordered sets: ranking and prediction of substances' properties. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2011, 7, 133-145.
  25. Restrepo, G.; Basak, S. C.; Mills, D. Comparison of SAR and QSAR approaches to mutagenicity of aromatic and heteroaromatic amines. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2011, 7, 109-121.
  26. Restrepo, G.; Mesa, H. Chemotopology: beyond neighbourhoods. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2011, 7, 90-97.
  27. Brüggemann, R.; Kerber, A.; Restrepo, G. Ranking objects using fuzzy orders, with an application to refrigerants. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. 2011, 66, 581-603.
  28. Nava, J.; Kreinovich, V.; Restrepo, G.; Klein, D. Discrete Taylor series as a simple way to predict properties of chemical substances like benzenes and cubanes. J. Uncert. Syst. 2010, 4, 270-290.
  29. Klein, D. J.; Rosenfeld, V.; Restrepo, G. Stereo-chemical combinatorics & beyond. AIP Conf. Proc. 2009, 1148, 421-424.
  30. Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. Periodic Table: elements or atoms?. J. Sci. Educ. 2009, 10, 166.
  31. Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. Elements' neighbourhoods and the periodic table. J. Sci. Educ. 2009, 10, 166.
  32. Leal, W.; Restrepo, G. Chemical elements, their sociology. J. Sci. Educ. 2009, 10, 126-127.
  33. Mesa, H.; Restrepo, G. On dendrograms and topologies. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. 2008, 60, 371-384.
  34. Brüggemann, R.; Voigt, K.; Restrepo, G.; Simon, U. The concept of stability fields and hot spots in ranking of environmental chemicals. Environ. Modell. Softw. 2008, 23, 1000-1012.
  35. Restrepo, G.; Weckert, M.; Brüggemann, R.; Gerstmann, S.; Frank, H. Ranking of refrigerants, Environ. Sci. Technol. 2008, 42, 2925-2930.
  36. Restrepo, G.; Brüggemann, R.; Weckert, M.; Gerstmann, S.; Frank, H. Ranking patterns, an application to refrigerants. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2008, 59, 555-584.
  37. Restrepo, G.; Brüggemann, R. Dominance and separability in posets, their application to isoelectronic species with equal total nuclear charge, J. Math. Chem. 2008, 44, 577-602.
  38. Restrepo, G.; Mesa, H.; Llanos, E. J. Three dissimilarity measures to contrast dendrograms. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 2007, 47, 761-770.
  39. Restrepo, G.; Brüggemann, R. Partially ordered sets in the analysis of alkanes fate in rivers. Croat. Chem. Acta 2007, 80, 261-270.
  40. Restrepo, G.; Pachón, L. Mathematical aspects of the periodic law. Found. Chem. 2007, 9, 189-214.
  41. Brüggemann, R.; Restrepo, G.; Voigt, K. Structure-fate relationships of organic chemicals derived from the software packages E4CHEM and WHASSE. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 2006, 46, 894-902.
  42. Restrepo, G.; Llanos, E. J.; Mesa, H. Topological space of the chemical elements and its properties. J. Math. Chem. 2006, 39, 401-416.
  43. Restrepo, G.; Llanos, E. J.; Mesa, H. On the topological sense of chemical sets. J. Math. Chem. 2006, 39, 363-376.
  44. Daza, M. C.; Restrepo, G.; Uribe, E. A.; Villaveces, J. L. Quantum chemical and chemotopological study of fourth row monohydrides. Chem. Phys. Lett. 2006, 428, 55-61.
  45. Restrepo, G.; Brüggemann, R. Ranking regions through cluster analysis and posets. WSEAS Trans. Inf. Sci. Appl. 2005, 2, 976-981.
  46. Brüggemann, R.; Restrepo, G.; Voigt, K. Towards an evaluation of chemicals. WSEAS Trans. Inf. Sci. Appl. 2005, 2, 1023-1033.
  47. Uribe, E. A.; Daza, M. C.; Restrepo, G. Chemotopological study of the fourth period mono-hydrides. WSEAS Trans. Inf. Sci. Appl. 2005, 2, 1085-1090.
  48. Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. From trees (dendrograms and consensus trees) to topology. Croat. Chem. Acta, 2005, 78, 275-281.
  49. Restrepo, G. Química matemática y la Universidad de Pamplona. Bistua, 2005, 3, 61-76.
  50. Restrepo, G.; Mesa, H.; Llanos, E. J.; Villaveces, J. L. Topological study of the periodic system. J. Chem. Inf. Comput. Sci. 2004, 44, 68-75.
  51. Restrepo, G. Los elementos químicos, su matemática y relación con el sistema periódico. Bistua, 2004, 1, 91-98.
  52. Restrepo, G. Review: Para enseñar no basta con saber la asignatura. Doc. Univers. UIS, 2003, 4, 157-159.
  53. Restrepo, G. ¿Cambio físico o químico? La clasificación en el camino del aprendizaje. Doc. Univers. UIS, 2002, 3, 57-64.
  54. Kouznetsov, V.; Zubkov, F.; Palma, A.; Restrepo, G. A simple synthesis of spiro-C6-annulated hydrocyclopenta[g]indole derivatives. Tetrahedron Lett. 2002, 43, 4707-4709.

Edited books

  1. Mendeleev to Oganesson: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on the Periodic Table, Scerri, E.; Restrepo, G., Eds.; Oxford University Press: New York, USA, 2017.
  2. Advances in mathematical chemistry and applications, Volume 2, Basak, S. C.; Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L., Eds.; Elsevier-Bentham: Sharjah, UAE, 2015.
  3. Advances in mathematical chemistry and applications, Volume 1, Basak, S. C.; Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L., Eds.; Elsevier-Bentham: Sharjah, UAE, 2014.

Book chapters

  1. Restrepo, G. The Periodic System: A Mathematical Approach. In: Mendeleev to Oganesson: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on the Periodic Table, Scerri, E.; Restrepo, G., Eds.; Oxford University Press: New York, USA, 2017.
  2. Restrepo, G. Building classes of similar chemical elements from binary compounds and their stoichiometries. In: Elements Old and New: Discoveries, Developments, Challenges, and Environmental Implications, Benvenuto, M. A.; Williamson, T., Eds.; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society; Washington, DC, USA, 2017; Chapter 5, 95-110.
  3. Restrepo, G. Una mirada a la estructura de semejanzas del sistema periódico de los elementos químicos. In: Un Festschriftt para José Luis Villaveces, Arboleda, L. C., Ed.; Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales: Bogota, Colombia, 2017.
  4. Quintero, N. Y.; Restrepo, G. Formal Concept Analysis applications in chemistry: from radionuclides and molecular structure to toxicity and diagnosis. In Partial Order Concepts in Applied Sciences, Fattore, M.; Brüggemann, R., Eds.; Springer: Berlin, Germany, 2016; Chapter 14.
  5. Restrepo, G. Mathematical chemistry, a new discipline. In Essays in the philosophy of chemistry, Scerri, E.; Fisher, G., Eds.; Oxford University Press: New York, UK, 2016; Chapter 15, 332-351.
  6. Bernal, A.; Llanos, E.; Leal, W.; Restrepo, G. Similarity in Chemical Reaction Networks: Categories, Concepts and Closures. In Advances in mathematical chemistry and applications, Basak, S. C.; Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L., Eds.; Bentham: Sharjah, UAE, 2015; Chapter 2, 24-54.
  7. Restrepo, G. Ordering thinking in chemistry. In Advances in mathematical chemistry and applications, Volume 1, Basak, S. C.; Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L., Eds.; Bentham: Sharjah, UAE, 2014; Chapter 2, 24-41.
  8. Restrepo, G. Quantifying complexity of partially ordered sets. In Multi-indicator systems and modelling in partial order; Bruggemann, R.; Carlsen, L.; Wittmann, J., Eds.; Springer: Berlin, Germany, 2014; Chapter 5, 85-106.
  9. Quintero, N.; Cohen, I. M.; Restrepo, G. Radio-labelled nanoparticles using beta+ radionuclides as diagnostic agents: an overview and a chemotopological approach. In Nanoscience and computational chemistry: research progress; Castro, E. A.; Haghi, A. K.; Mercader, A. G., Eds.; Apple Academic Press: New York, USA, 2013; Chapter 2. 25-84.
  10. Brüggemann, R.; Restrepo, G.; Voigt, K. Towards a new and advanced partial order program: Pyhasse. In Multicriteria ordering and ranking: Partial orders, ambiguities and applied issues; Owsinski, J. W.; Brüggemann, R., Eds.; Warsaw, Poland, 2008; 11-33.
  11. Weckert, M.; Restrepo, G.; Gerstmann, S.; Frank, H. Hasse diagram technique - Auseful tool for life cycle assessment of refrigerants. In EnviroInfo 2007, 21st international conference on informatics for environmental protection; Hryniewicz, O.; Studziński, J.; Szediw, A., Eds.; Shaker: Aachen, Germany, 2007; 219-226.
  12. Restrepo, G.; Weckert, M.; Brüggemann, R.; Gerstmann, S.; Frank, H. Refrigerants ranked by partial order theory. In EnviroInfo 2007, 21st international conference on informatics for environmental protection; Hryniewicz, O.; Studziński, J.; Szediw, A., Eds.; Shaker: Aachen, Germany, 2007; 209-217.
  13. Restrepo, G.; Brüggemann, R. Modelling the fate of alkanes in rivers. In Recent progress in computational sciences and engineering; Simos, T.; Maroulis, G., Eds.; VSP: Leiden, Netherlands, 2006; 1386-1389.
  14. Restrepo, G.; Mesa, H.; Llanos, E. J.; Villaveces, J. L. Topological study of the periodic system. In The mathematics of the periodic table; King, B.; Rouvray, D., Eds.; Nova: New York, USA, 2006; Chapter 5, 75-100.

Abstracts

  1. Llanos, E. J.; Leal, W.; Restrepo, G.; Stadler, P. Computational approach to the history of chemical reactivity: Exploring Reaxys database. In: Book of Abstracts, 254th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Washington, D. C., August 20-24, 2017; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2017; CINF-14.
  2. Restrepo, G.; Stadler, P. Greenness of chemical reactions and synthesis plans using order theory. In: Book of Abstracts, 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA, August 21-25, 2016; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2016; I&EC-24.
  3. Restrepo, G. Periodic table from chemical compounds. In: Book of Abstracts, 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA, August 21-25, 2016; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2016; ENVR-314.
  4. Restrepo, G.; Leal, W.; Llanos, E.; Suarez, C.; Patarroyo, M. How frequent are your clusters in hierarchical cluster analysis? Quantifying their frequencies considering ties in proximity. In: Book of Abstracts, 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition, Philadelphia, PA, August 21-25, 2016; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2016; CINF-90.

Editorials, Reports & Personal Notes

  1. Restrepo, G; Stadler, P. F.; Jost, J. Editorial. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem. 2018, 80, 541-545.
  2. Restrepo, G.; Bruggemann, R.; Frank, H. Editorial. Toxicol. Environ. Chem. 2017, 99, 1242-1269.
  3. Restrepo, G. José Luis Villaveces, el humano detrás del sabio. In: Un Festschriftt para José Luis Villaveces, Arboleda, L. C., Ed.; Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales: Bogota, Colombia, 2017.
  4. Restrepo, G. What Ike brought about and took away: a hurricane and Doug Klein. Croat. Chem. Acta. 2013, 86, CCCCXXXIII.
  5. Basak, S. C.; Restrepo, G. Editorial. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2013, 9, 447-448.
  6. Restrepo, G.; Schummer, J. Editorial introduction. HYLE – Int. J. Phil. Chem., 2013, 19, 1-2.
  7. Restrepo, G. Editorial. Found. Chem. 2013, 15, 125-126.
  8. Basak, S. C.; Restrepo, G. Editorial. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2012, 8, 83-84.
  9. Restrepo, G.; Schummer, J. Editorial introduction. HYLE – Int. J. Phil. Chem., 2012, 18, 1-2.
  10. Restrepo, G.; Basak, S. C. Editorial. Curr. Comput-Aid Drug. 2011, 7, 81-82.
  11. Bernal, A.; Restrepo, G.; Villaveces, J. L. Conference report: Symposium on the Philosophy of Chemistry, Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, 21-23 July 2009. HYLE – Int. J. Phil. Chem., 2010, 16, 45-47.

Magazine publications

  1. Restrepo, G. De presidentes de Colombia y reinas de belleza. Razón Pública. Semana del 5 de diciembre de 2011 al 11 de diciembre de 2011.

Videos, podcasts, audioslides and interviews

  1. ACS video on chemical elements and the periodic table.
  2. Ordering molecular energies by moving boxes.
  3. Facetas.
  4. Performance Award in Chemistry, Young Talent 2013.
  5. Lemont B. Kier: a bibliometric exploration of his scientific production and its use.
  6. De Mentes.

PhD thesis advised

  1. Nancy Y. Quintero. Looking for bacteria and fungi genus and species with potential for bioremediation of radioactive wastes from nuclear technology activities: an approach from order theory. In process.

MSc thesis advised

  1. Rosana d. Suarez. Topological study of the network of binary compounds from chemical elements. 2017.
  2. Tatiana d. Suarez. Reduced alphabets of amino acids using molecular descriptors. 2016.
  3. Edgar Rincón. Hepatotoxicity, a Formal Concept Analysis approach. 2014.
  4. Nancy Y. Quintero. Chemotopological study of positron emitters radionuclides used in PET diagnostic imaging: physical, physico-chemical, dosimetric, quantum and nuclear properties. 2013.

Undergraduate thesis advised

  1. Tatiana d. Suarez. A mathematical study of S-S bonds in some proteins. 2010.
  2. Rosana d. Suarez. On the concept of metallic element, a formal concept analysis approach. 2010.
  3. Francisco F. Barajas. Study of the effectiveness of posetic methods for predicting cubane energies and its derivatives. 2010.
  4. Wilmer O. Leal. Binary compounds, an approach from network theory. 2009.
  5. Emilbus A. Uribe. Chemotopological study of fourth-row monohydrides. 2005. (coadvisor).

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