Care was taken to form groups balanced in terms of the students' educational background. This encouraged students to help one another.

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António Manuel Mendes Rodrigues

Resumé

António MM Rodrigues is a Postdoctoral Research Associated at the Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, UK. (www)

Licenciatura in Electrical and Computer Engineering, IST, Lisbon, Portugal
Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, IST, Lisbon, Portugal
Master Thesis Project, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
PhD from the University of Oxford.

PhD Project

Supervisor: Stuart West

Laboratory: University of Oxford

University: University of Oxford

Thesis

Social evolution in class-structured populations. University of Oxford (2013) pp.359.

Publications

Rodrigues AMM, Gardner A. Evolution of helping and harming in viscous populations when group size varies. The American Naturalist (2013) 181, 609-622.

Rodrigues AMM, Gardner A. Evolution of helping and harming in heterogeneous groups. Evolution (2013) 67, 2284-2298.

Rodrigues AMM, Gardner A. Evolution of helping and harming in heterogeneous populations. Evolution (2012) 66, 2065-79.

Rodrigues A, Koeppl H. Ohtsuki H, Satake A. A game theoretical model of deforestation in human–environment relationships. Journal of Theoretical Biology (2009) 258, 127-134.