Manuel E. Otero-Ramirez


Playing the violin, running, learning languages (Japanese T_T)
Places You Like
Northern Peru, Paris, Japan ☺
Where for a big vacation
Lima, Piura, Tumbes (All in Peru :D), Paris, Vienna
What are your strong points?
I don’t give up easily! Also, high resilience.
Music: what is some intense music for intense lab work?
Brahm’s Symphony 1, Rachmaninov’s Symphony 2, Linkin Park, Papa Roach.
What are people in the lab doing?
Working, walking, talking, planning, working, working…
What was surprising about the suga lab
The are so many people! And everyone seems nice, really focused and hard-working. It’s a really great place to work in.
Original motivation towards science?
I think I wanted to find something that allowed me to think and work in many different ways, coming up with more than one solution to a problem.
A few words for future lab mates
Let’s get along! Please help me with Japanese T_T I can teach Spanish! :D
Science is ……
A better way to understand yourself and what happens around you.


Bachelor of Science-Chemistry, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru


"Chemical Recycling of Plastic Wastes."
M.T. Elgegren, G. J.; Ortiz, B. A.; Otero, M. E.; Wagner, F.; Cerron, D. A.; Nakamatsu, J.
Rev. Soc. Quim. Peru, 78, 14 (2012)


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