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The Master in Engineering Physics participates in the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master degree BIOPHAM, which will start in the academic year 2021-2022.
The BIOPHAM Programme is a 2-year study programme with courses in the University of Pisa (Italy), the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (Spain), the University of Lille (France) and the University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland). The programme courses are taught 100% in English at all partner institutions
Three Professors of the Physics Department publish a textbook on Quantum Computation
Santiago Torres, Pere Bruna and Pietro Massignan publish a collection of exercises and problems in the "Edicions UPCGrau", aiming at introducing advanced engineering students to the exciting world of Quantum Information and Computation
PhD offer in the Research group DONLL
We offer a predoctoral contract (PhD grant) within the project Smart management of Light and Sound waves by Metamaterials, Metasurfaces and non-Hermitian systems (SMARTWAVES). 4 years’s contract with the research group of “Nonlinear Dynamics, Nonlinear Optics and Lasers” (DONLL) at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC).
Ramon Vilaseca elected as a Fellow Member of The Optical Society (OSA) for pioneering research in nonlinear optics, nonlinear laser dynamics, and ultra-fast laser pulse propagation in photonic crystals
Alvaro Meseguer published the book “Fundamentals of Numerical Mathematics for Physicists and Engineers”
Professor Alvaro Meseguer of the research group of Nonlinear Fluid dynamics (DF) has recently published a book based on his experience on the teaching of Numerical and Computational Methods on Physics Engineering in the UPC
Summary of media appearances
Professors from the BIOCOMSC research group talk about COVID-19 in the media:
Appearances of professors of the department in the media
Professors Dani López of the BIOCOM-SC research group, Albert Falqués of the DF research group and David Pino also of the DF research group have recently appeared to the media giving their expert opinion to current news
Dani López questions the alarm generated by the COVID-19 epidemic in the media with mathematical arguments.
In the case of the COVID-19 epidemic, mathematical models can help us look at reality with serenity, without alarmism. Professor Dani Lopez of the Department of Physics at UPC has adjusted a mathematical function, the logistics function, to the number of cases registered in China.
Ricard Gonzalez is re-elected as President of the European Low Gravity Research Association