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Semiconductors & Extreme Conditions Unit
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Membre

Alfredo Segura García del Río

 

Alfredo.Segura@uv.es

Phone:+34 96 354 4792

 

Membre

Chantal Ferrer Roca

 

Chantal.Ferrer@uv.es

Phone:+34 96 354 4792

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Domingo Martínez García

 

Domingo.Martinez@uv.es

Phone:+34 96 354 4617

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Julio Pellicer Porres

 

Julio.Pellicer@uv.es

Phone:+34 96 354 3432

 

Daniel Errandonea Ponce

Daniel Errandonea, born in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in 1967, is responsible for the leadership and management of the Extreme Conditions Unit at Universidad de Valencia. He received the B.Sc. and Ms.Sc. degrees from Universidad de Buenos Aires and the Ph.D. degree from Universidad de Valencia. He is Professor in the Department of Applied Physics, Universidad de Valencia. Previously, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Max-Planck Institute in Mainz (Germany) and Geophysical Laboratory (US). He is member of the Executive Committee of the International Association for the Advancement of High Pressure Science and Technology (AIRAPT), the Scientific Panels of Diamond (UK) and DESY (Germany) Synchrotrons, and the MALTA Consolider Consortium. Daniel Errandonea has been involved with High-Pressure Research for over 25 years. His experimental work with materials under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature is mainly focused in ternary oxides, metals, semiconductors, and technological materials. He has published more than 270 scientific articles, having and h-index of 50.

Daniel.Errandonea@uv.es

Phone:+34 96 354 4475

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David Santamaría Perez

David Santamaria-Perez, born in Burgos (Spain) in 1977, received the B.Sc. degree from University de Burgos and the Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from the University Carlos III of Madrid. Currently, he is Ramon y Cajal Fellow in the Department of Applied Physics and the Institute of Material Science of the University of Valencia (ICMUV) and is the leader of the “Carbonates at extreme conditions” research line. Previously, he was postdoctoral researcher at Max-Planck Institute of Chemistry (Germany), University Complutense of Madrid, the University College London (UK) and the University of California Los Angeles, UCLA (USA). David Santamaria-Perez has been involved in experiments that have allowed (i) rationalizing the structures of minerals, (ii) redetermining the phase diagram and thermodynamical parameters of metals and alloys, and (iii) unveiling novel structures. He has published 95 scientific articles and 5 book chapters, having and h-index of 25.

 David.Santamaria@uv.es

Phone:+34 96 354 4136