Author Archives: Ivan Alonso Miguel

Ivan completed his Bachelor's Degree in Physics at the University of Valladolid in Spain. In 2008 he started his MsC in Instrumentation in Physics followed by his PhD at the Applied Physics Department. During this period he worked on the Equilibrium Thermodynamic characterization of liquids, liquid mixtures, the microscopic interpretation of the data via well-known statistical models based on the Guggenheim (quasi-Ising) lattice model, Flory equation of state and contribution group methods like DISQUAC and UNIFAC. His current interests are in phase transitions, collective phenomena and systems at extremely measurement conditions showing quantum effects like BEC. Country Of Origin: Spain Nationality: Spanish

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Ivan Alonso Miguel


06/2015 – 10/2016 Postdoc on BEC 2


During his postdoc on Crete he worked on the stability of BEC and its phase fluctuations as well as the “Q-factor”.

Before joining us, Ivan did his MsC in Instrumentation in Physics followed by his PhD at the Applied Physics Department of the University of Salamanca and the University of Salamanca. During this period he worked on the Equilibrium Thermodynamic characterization of liquids, liquid mixtures, the microscopic interpretation of the data via well-known statistical models based on the Guggenheim (quasi-Ising) lattice model, Flory equation of state and contribution group methods like DISQUAC and UNIFAC.

Ivan is now at a postdoc at the University of Burgos.