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Vrinda Krishnakumar defended her thesis on the exploitation of the PSInSAR technique with Sentinel-1 data for the measurement of ground movements
Vrinda Krishnakumar defended her thesis directed by Dr. Oriol Monserrat on September 29. The defense was online. Entitled "Sentinel-1 data exploitation for terrain deformation monitoring", the thesis presents a series of diverse approaches to the PSInSAR technique focused on the maximum use of the characteristics of Sentinel-1 SAR satellites for the measurement of terrain movements
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Martí Beltran Gonzalez defends his thesis on the conservation of modernist stained glass
Martí Beltran defended his thesis directed by Dra. Trinitat Pradell on January 22 electronically. Titled “Analysis and degradation mechanisms of enamels, grisailles and silver Stains on modernist stained glass”, the thesis presents a study on the composition and degradation mechanisms of modernist enamels using analytical techniques
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Martí Català defends his thesis on mathematical models of infectious diseases
Martí Català defended his thesis directed by Clara Prats and Sergio Alonso from the Computational Biology and Complex Systems group (BIOCOM-SC) on October 14, 2021 at the Castelldefels Campus. The thesis is entitled "Mathematical models for the study of infectious diseases, from understanding to prediction", and analyzes the application of mathematical models to the spread of Tuberculosis and Covid-19
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Study of the movement and collective behavior of fish, robots and bees
Julia Múgica Gallart defended her thesis co-directed by Romualdo Pastor-Satorras and M. Carmen Miguel López on June 7, 2023 at the North Campus. Entitled "Collective Motion and Collective Decision-Making in Animal Groups: From Schooling Fish to Swarming Robots" the thesis focuses on empirically and theoretically investigating collective movement in shoals of fish, and collective decision-making in a swarm of robots emulating the selection of a new nesting site for bees.
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Rinse de Swart defends his thesis on beach dynamics
Rinse de Swart defended his thesis, co-directed by Francesca Ribas Prats and Daniel Calvete Manrique, on July 19, 2022 at the North Campus. Titled "Development and interactions of surfzone morphological patterns", the thesis presents an analysis of the development of sand bars and the coastline, as well as their interactions, on the beach of Castelldefels using 8 years of observational data.
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Nura Mohammad Rabiu Ahmad defends her thesis on the epidemiological modeling of turberculosis in Nigeria
Student Nura Mohammad Rabiu Ahmad virtually defended his thesis co-directed by Clara Prats and Daniel López on July 20. The thesis entitled “Multiapproach computational modeling of tuberculosis. Understanding its epidemiological dynamics for improving its control in Nigeria ", presents the application of epidemiological models to the particular case of Nigeria
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Eduardo Moreno defends his thesis on the modeling of amoeboid cell crawling
Eduardo Moreno Ramos defends his thesis supervised by Sergio Alonso at the Computational biology and Complex System research group on May 30 at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. The thesis, entitled "Computer modeling of the polarity and amoeboid motion of living cells", employs an additional phase field model to couple the biochemical reactions inside the cell with membrane deformations.
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Cristhian Timoté defends his thesis on contributions in ionospheric modeling in real time
Cristhian Timoté defended his thesis co-supervised by Dr. Guillermo González-Casado and Dr. Miquel Escudero on March 27 at the North Campus. Entitled "Contributions to real-time monitoring of the ionosphere using GNSS signals", the thesis presents the set of algorithms implemented in real time to be able to model the ionosphere and offer high-precision corrections to GNSS users
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Juan Carlos Flores defends his thesis on the synthesis of new functionalized nano-particles.
On June 20, Juan Carlos Flores defended his thesis directed by professors Daniel Crespo and José Calderón, presenting new routes for obtaining nano-particles
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Aeronautical Engineer in UPC leads finding on accurate description of key aerospatial cooling prototype
The computational research, lead by Arnau Miró, professor in the Aerospace Engineering Division of the Physics Department and a member of the TUAREG research group, has been published in the International Journal of Thermal Sciences in collaboration with the CASE department in the Barcelona Supercomputing Center. As Arnau Miró says, he is focused on understanding “how to cool future stuff using Synthetic Jets” with a special focus on synthetic jet actuators.
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