Marfil, Ramon Iñigo
Assistant Professor
Research Interests
Game theory. Mathematical modeling.
Game theory. Mathematical modeling.
Academic Groups
 Mathematical Finance and Actuarial Science (member)
 Modelling and Applications (affiliate)

Education

Ph.D. Mathematics
University of the Philippines Diliman 
M.S. Applied Mathematics
University of the Philippines Diliman 
B.S. Mathematics
University of the Philippines Diliman

Ph.D. Mathematics

Research
 Game theory
 Currently working on Ntower problem variations
 Interested in working on voting games, auction theory, and their applications
 Mathematical modeling
 Currently working on COVID19 modeling
 Created a formula for NBA games and playoff series predictions using offensive and defensive efficiency ratings
 Interested in working on prediction models for the NBA or other sports leagues
 Game theory

Teaching
Undergraduate students
 Previous
 Queennie Mae Lazo (On the Determination of the Common Set of Weights in a Preferential Voting System)
 Amiel Isaac Sol (Forecasting NBA Tournaments by Game Probabilities Obtained through Modified Elo Ratings)
 Current
 Alfanta, Joshua Andre (sports forecasting)
 Dela Vega, Dan Cogie (sports forecasting)
 Ladores, Emil James (voting theory)
Graduate students
 Current
 Benitez, Angelyn (mathematical modeling)
 Obierna, John Vincent (mathematical modeling)
 Previous

Publications
 On the Placing Probabilities for the FourTower Problem Using Recursions Based on Multigraphs, Journal of the Mathematical Society of the Philippines, 43:1 (2020), 1932
 Solution to the ThreePlayer Gambler’s Ruin with Variable Bet Size Using Recursions Based on Multigraphs, Science & Engineering Journal, 14:2 (2021), 249256
 Solution to the NPlayer Gambler’s Ruin with Variable Bet Size Using Recursions Based on Multigraphs, Science & Engineering Journal, 16:1 (2023), 4047