I am Associate Professor in the department of Structure of Matter, Thermal Physics and Electronics at UCM. My research focuses on systems where fluctuations or noise play a prominent role.
Group of Statistical Mechanics [GSM] at
Structure of Matter, Thermal Physics and Electronics [EMFTEL]
Universidad Complutense de Madrid [UCM]
Grupo Interdisciplinar de Sistemas Complejos [gisc]
PhD in physics, 2005
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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Thu, Apr 1, 2021, Gulliver Seminar, ESPCI (Paris)
Thu, Oct 18, 2018, FisEs'18 conference
We try to analyse the Earth's magnetic field fluctuations from an statistical physics perspective, and provide mechanisms for some of its salient features. (Thanks to A. Molina for the beautiful image)
The recent technological advances in micromanipulation and force-sensing techniques have brought access to the dynamics and energy changes that affect mesoscopic physical systems described by few degrees of freedom
Biofilms are formed by communities of microorganisms which secrete a polymeric extracellular matrix. Biofilm formation has important impacts on medicine and food industry.
During the past years I have taught many different subjects like Physics for Biologists, Statistical Physics, and several Lab lessons.
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