A listing of my scientific publications is available on my google scholar profile. Find links to access materials (PDFs and more) from my scientific publications and other projects below.

presentation-template. Open-source containerized LaTeX template with custom fonts. 2018. [repository] [twitter thread]

reinterpretive-label. Open-source guerilla art software. 2018. [repository] [twitter thread]

A Broadly-Conserved NERD Genetically Interacts with the Exocyst to Affect Root Growth and Cell Expansion. Rex Cole, Valera Peremyslov, Savanah Van Why, Ibrahim Moussaoui, Ann Ketter, Renee Cool, Matthew Andres Moreno, Zuzana Vejlupkova, Valerian Dolja, and John E Fowler. Journal of Experimental Botany. May 2, 2018. [paper]

Understanding Fraternal Transitions in Individuality. Matthew Andres Moreno and Charles Ofria. July, 2018. [paper] [code, data, tutorials] [web demo] [slides]

Learning an Evolvable Genotype-Phenotype Mapping. Matthew Andres Moreno, Wolfgang Banzhaf, and Charles Ofria. Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference. July, 2018. [paper] [code, data, tutorials] [blog] [slides]

templ. Open-source Python package for organizing a Markdown notebook or journal. [github] [blog post]

Information Theory Through Toy Examples. Devolab blog post. Matthew Andres Moreno. October 26, 2017. [pdf] [blog post]

CWLT Sunman. Sticker Pack via MojiLaLa. Matthew Andres Moreno. August 30, 2017. [MojiLaLa listing] [repository]

Plasticity and Evolvability in a Gene Regulatory Network Model. Matthew Andres Moreno. Poster Session; BEACON Congress in East Lansing, Michigan. August 2, 2017. [poster]

Investigating the Relationship Between Plasticity and Evolvability in a Genetic Regulatory Network Model. Matthew Moreno. Math/CS Day; University of Puget Sound. April 29, 2017. [presentation] [flyer]

MCM: Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Seattle Traffic. Jordan Fonseca, Jesse Jenks, and Matthew Moreno. Math/CS Day; University of Puget Sound. April 29, 2017. [presentation] [flyer]

COMAP Mathematical Competition in Modeling 2017. Matthew Moreno. Spring Experiential Learning Symposium; University of Puget Sound. April 27, 2017. [presentation] [flyer]

Active Inclusivity Makes STEM Stronger. Matthew Moreno. Washington Consortium for the Liberal Arts (WaCLA) College Essay Contest. April 24, 2017. [essay]

Evolvability: What Is It and How Do We Get It?. Matthew Moreno, America Chambers, and Adam Smith. Coolidge Otis Chapman Honors Thesis. April 17, 2017. [thesis]

Investigating Evolvability in a Genetic Regulatory Network Model. Matthew Moreno. Mathematics & Computer Science Seminar; University of Puget Sound. April 10, 2017. [presentation] [flyer]

Modeling the Collective Behavior of Ants on Uneven Terrain. Matthew Moreno, Jason Graham, and Simon Garnier. Phi Sigma Undergraduate Research Symposium; University of Puget Sound. April 1, 2017. [presentation]

git-edit-atom. Atom Package. March 26, 2017. [package listing]

Evolvability: What Is It and How Do We Get It?. Matthew Moreno. Otis C. Chapman Honors Program Thesis Presentation; University of Puget Sound. March 22, 2017. [presentation] [flyer]

Silence of the Jams: The Effects of Self-Driving Cars on Traffic Patterns in the Puget Sound Region. Jordan Fonseca, Jesse Jenks, and Matthew Moreno. CoMAP Mathematical Competition in Modeling. January 23, 2017. [paper] [press release] [Seattle Times article]

Modeling the Collective Behavior of Ants on Uneven Terrain. Matthew Moreno, Jason Graham, and Simon Garnier. AMS Contributed Paper Session on Mathematical Biology; Joint Mathematics Meetings in Atlanta, Georgia. January 6, 2017. [presentation]

Evolvability in Evolving Artificial Neural Networks. Matthew Moreno. NW Honors Research Symposium; Seattle Pacific University. November 5, 2016. [presentation]

Modeling the Collective Behavior of Ants on Uneven Terrain. Matthew Moreno, Jason Graham, and Simon Garnier. Undergraduate Capstone Conference; Mathematical Biosciences Institute at The Ohio State University. August 8, 2016. [poster] [presentation]

Relieving the Space Jam: Assessment of a Quick-Response Satellite Mission to Neutralize Debris from Orbital Fragmentation Events. Becky Hanscam and Matthew Moreno. Math/CS Day; University of Puget Sound. April 30, 2016. [presentation]

What Book Has Influenced Your College Career Most, and Why?. Matthew Moreno. Essay Competition; Puget Sound Association of Phi Beta Kappa. April 24, 2016. [essay]

Relieving the Space Jam: Assessment of a Quick-Response Satellite Mission to Neutralize Debris from Orbital Fragmentation Events. Becky Hanscam, Matthew Moreno, and Caleb Spring. CoMAP Mathematical Competition in Modeling. February 1, 2016. [paper]

Linear Congruence Generators. Matthew Moreno. Math 375: Probability Theory and its Applications with James Bernhard; University of Puget Sound. December 2, 2015. [paper]

Automated Extraction of Mouse Vocalizations from Noisy Recordings. Matthew Moreno and Adam A Smith. Fall Poster Symposium; University of Puget Sound. September 10, 2015. [poster]

Mathematical Contest in Modeling: Eradicating Ebola. Matthew Moreno. Math/CS Day; University of Puget Sound. May 2, 2015. [presentation]

Enantioselective Epoxide Ring Opening of Styrene Oxide with Jacobsen’s Salen(Co) Catalyst. Matthew Moreno and Mariah Seller. Chem 250: Organic Chemistry I with Luc Boisvert and Eric Scharrer; University of Puget Sound. December 5, 2014. [paper]

Screening for NERDs in Arabidopsis thaliana. Matthew Moreno and Rex Cole. Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering Symposium; University of Portland. August 19, 2011. [poster] [presentation]