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jesus3   Mr. Jesús Algaba Fernández studied a five-years degree of Chemistry in University of Huelva (2013). He jointed the Group at the end of 2009. During these years, he began his research under the supervision of Dr. Blas, receiving two courses, one on Statistical Mechanics and another on Monte Carlo simulation. During the last two years, Mr. Algaba has studied the vapour-liquid interfaces of fully-flexible Lennard-Jones molecules using Monte Carlo simulation. In addition to that, we had began the study of the interfacial properties of systems interacting through the Yukawa potential. Dr. Algaba is now doing a Master in Enviromental Technology, a first-step towards a Ph.D. Thesis on Monte Carlo simulation of complex fluids.
  
  • Present position: Bachelor of Chemistry (Licenciado en Química)
  • Phone number: +34 959219805
  • Fax: +34 959219777
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  • Address: Dept. de Física Aplicada, Facultad de Ciencias Experimentales and Centro de Fïsica Teórica y Matemática FIMAT, Universidad de Huelva, 21071 Huelva (SPAIN)

 

 
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Dr. Moreno-Ventas studied Geology at University of Salamanca (1981). After several years working on exploration of gas reservoirs in a company, he got his Ph.D. in Geology at Univeristy of Sevilla (1991). Dr. Moreno-Ventas has done several reserach visits, including University of St. Andrews (Scotland, UK) and SURRC (Scottish Universities Research and Reactor Center). At the end of 2010, Dr. Moreno-Ventas joint to the Physics of Complex Liquids (FILICO) Research Group. Currently, he is developing and using Monte Carlo molecular simulation tools for determining thermodynamics properties, including phase equilibria and interfacial properties, of complex substances and their mixtures.

 

 

 
  • Present position: Associate Professor (Profesor Titular de Universidad)
  • Phone number: +34 959219817
  • Fax: +34 959219810
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  • Address: Dept. de Geología, Facultad de Ciencias Experimentales and Centro de Física Teórica y Matemática FIMAT, Universidad de Huelva, 21071 Huelva (SPAIN) 
 

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 Dr. Francisco Martínez Ruiz studied a five-years degree of Physics in University of Sevilla (1996). He jointed the Group at the end of 2010. During these years, he began his Ph.D Thesis on the determination of the interfacial properties and phase equilibria of binary mixtures using Monte Carlo simulation. Reserach of Dr. Martínez Ruiz is devoted to determine the effect of microscopic parameters, such as molecular size, dipsersive energy, and range of interactions, on the interfacial properties, with special emphasis on interfacial tension, but also on other important properties, such as components of the pressure tensor, interfacial width, etc. Until now, Dr. Martínez has analyzed the properties of mixtures of molecules that interact through the Lennard-Jones potential, including long-range corrections for inhomogeneous fluids, but also molecules that interact through discontinuous potentials, such as the square-well potential model. He finished his Ph.D. Thesis in November 2015.

 

 

  • Present position: Bachelor of Physics (Licenciado en Física)
  • Phone number: +34 959219805
  • Fax: +34 959219777
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  • Address: Dept. de Física Aplicada, Facultad de Ciencias Experimentales and Centro de Física Teórica y Matemática FIMAT, Universidad de Huelva, 21071 Huelva (SPAIN)
  
 

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Dr. Felipe J. Blas studied Physics in University of Sevilla (1992) and got his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering at Rovira i Virgili University at Tarragona, Spain (2000). He spent several months in the Deparment of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London (UK). He joined to the Physics of Complex Liquids (FILICO) Group at the end of 1998. After a period of Assistant Profesor in the Department of Applied Physics, he obtained a permanent position in the Deparment five years later. Since the end of 2011, he is formally the Head of the Physics Complex Liquids (FILICO) group.

 

 

Dr. Blas did his PhD under the supervision of Prof. Lourdes F. Vega (now at MATGAS) developing and extending a sucessful and versatile version of the Statistical Associating Fluid Theory or SAFT. He got a postdoctoral assistant research at Imperial College London under the supervision of Prof. George Jackson. He was developing and using density function theory to predict the interfacial properties of complex mixtures of substances of industrial interest. During the last years, Dr. Blas has been developing and applying new molecular simulation methods to determine the interfacial properties, with special emphasis on interfacial tension, of models of complex substances, including chain-like systems.


  • Present position: Associate Professor (Profesor Titular de Universidad)
  • Phone number: +34 959219796
  • Fax: +34 959219777
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  • Address: Dept. de Física Aplicada.Facultad de Ciencias Experimentales and Centro de Física Teórica y Matemática FIMAT, Universidad de Huelva, 21071 Huelva (SPAIN)
 

Dr Elvira Martin del RioDr. Elvira Martín del Río studied Physics (1991) and got her Ph.D. in Physics (1995) in University of Sevilla (1991). He arrived to University of Huelva in 1996 and became founder member of the Physics of Complex Liquid (FILICO) Reserach Group.

 

She has collaborated actively with Prof. M. M. Telo da Gama (Lisbon) before obtaining her Ph.D. During this time, she became an expert in Density Functional Theory applied to the study of inhomogenous liquid crystals and their interfacial properties. She has also collaborated with Prof. M. P. Allen simulating thermodynamic properties, wich special emphasis on phase equilibria, of liquid crystal models. She has also worked in collaboration with Profs. George Jackson and Amparo Galindo (both from Imperial College London) developing and studying properties of inhomogeneous systems, as well as phase equilibria of liquid crystals.

  

  • Present position: Associate Professor (Profesora Titular de Universidad)
  • Phone number: +34 959217578, +34 959219805
  • Fax: +34 959219777
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  • Address: Dept. de Ingeniería Eléctrica y Térmica, Escuela Politécnica Superior de La Rábida and Centro de Física teórica y Matemática FIMAT, Universidad de Huelva, 21071 Huelva (SPAIN)
 

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