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Jordi Ortiz de Urbina defends his thesis on orientational properties and local structure in supercooled molecular liquids
Jordi Ortiz de Urbina defended his thesis directed by Gemma Sesé Castel on September 30, 2021 at the North Campus. Titled “Orientational dynamics and local order in supercooled molecular liquids”, the thesis analyzes the behavior at temperatures close to the vitreous transition thanks to the results obtained in molecular dynamics simulations
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Jorge Enrique Velasco Cruz defends his thesis on metallic glasses
Jorge Enrique defended his thesis coadvised by Daniel Crespo and Eloi Pineda on the 28th of June in Campus del Besos. Entitled "Study of the elastic inhomogeneity in metallic glass in the mesoscale", the thesis presents an analysis of the anisotropy of glasses using molecular dynamics simulations
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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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Juan Sánchez-Baena defends his thesis on correlations in ultrafred quantum systems with spin-orbit coupling
Juan Sánchez-Baena defended his thesis co-directed by Jordi Boronat Medico and Ferran Mazzanti Castrillejo on December 14 at the North Campus. Titled "Correlations to ultrafreds quantum gases with spin-orbit coupling", the thesis presents a study on the effect of correlations induced by interactions between particles on systems that are under the influence of spin-orbit potentials.
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Judith Medina Pardell defends her thesis on light control in EEL lasers
Judith Medina defended her thesis co-directed by Muriel Botey and Ramon Herrero on November 30 at the Terrassa Campus. Titled "Smart control of light in EEL lasers", the thesis presents different proposals to achieve a stable and focused emission of semiconductor lasers.
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Leonardo Dalla Porta defends his thesis on computational modelling of brain activity
Leonardo Dalla Porta defended his thesis directed by Maria Victoria Sanchez-Vives an ICREA Research Professor at the Institut d'Investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer, and co-directed by Alain Destexhe a Professor Paris-Saclay University
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Localized core four-wave mixing buildup on the X-ray spectrum of chemical species
Carles Serrat from the research group on Nonlinear Dynamics, Nonlinear Optics and Lasers (DONLL) of the department of Physics of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) has published his last results in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters on the application of nonlinear techniques to efficiently produce the X-ray spectrum of Chemical species
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Long-lasting Salt Bridges Provide the Anchoring Mechanism of Oncogenic Kirsten Rat Sarcoma Proteins at Cell Membranes
Huixia Lu and Jordi Marti from the SIMCOM research group of the Physics department publish an article on the anchoring mechanism to the cell membrane of certain proteins relevant to oncological studies
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Manuel Mateos Villar defends his doctoral thesis on the prediction of aircraft trajectories in the pre-tactical phase using machine learning techniques
Manuel Mateos Villar defended his doctoral thesis, with industrial doctorate mention, co-supervised by Xavier Prats (UPC) and Oliva Garcia (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), entitled "Machine Learning for Aircraft Trajectory Prediction: a Solution for Pre-tactical Air Traffic Flow Management". The thesis presents a solution for traffic prediction in the pre-tactical phase that improves the predictive exercise of the current tool (PREDICT) and is able to deal with the entire set of flights in the ECAC network in a way computationally efficient. To do this, different trajectory prediction approaches based on machine learning models trained on historical data have been explored.
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Marc Melgosa is defending his thesis on air traffic flow and capacity management
Marc Melgosa defended his thesis co-supervised by Dr. Xavier Prats and Dr. Andrija Vidosavljevic on March 22, 2023 at the Baix Llobregat Campus. Entitled "Enhanced Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management under Trajectory Based Operations considering traffic Complexity", the thesis presents a new operational concept that integrates demand and capacity management in the same optimization problem, uses complexity metrics (in instead of the number of arrivals) to measure traffic and takes into account airspace user preferences allowing the possibility of using alternative trajectories to avoid airspace congestion
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