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The mathematical tool, quite used in Medical Physics, takes its name from the city of Montecarlo, well-known for its bingo halls and games of chance. It allows to carry out calculations taking into account all the physical magnitudes that come into play when the particle beam making up the radiation acts on the patient. Leticia Rojas Calderón´s doctoral thesis Dosimetría Monte Carlo en geometría simples con interfaces: aplicaciones en radioterapia (Dosimetry Monte Carlo in simple (...)
Fernando Bohoyo Muñoz´s thesis Fragmentacion continental y desarrollo de cuencas oceánicas en el sector meridional del arco de Scotia, Antártida (Continental fragmentation and oceanic bowl development in the southern sector of the Scotia Arc, Antarctica) is the first in-depth study on tectonics of the Scotia arc in Antarctica. This work, carried put in the Dpt. of Geodynamics of the University of Granada and the Andalusian Institute of Earth Sciences, has given rise, for the time (...)
The teaching innovation project has been developed with the idea that students carry out a preparation work about the theoretical contents they need to develop their practice before entering the laboratory, as well as the materials they will use during the practice session; the title of the project is: “Full monitoring of students activity in Optics laboratory”. Professors Antonio García Beltrán, José Ramón Jiménez Cuesta, Francisco Pérez Ocón, Carlos Salas Hita and Juan Antonio Martínez (...)
Matthias Staudt has carried out an exhaustive work to homogenize temperature records of the Iberian Peninsula in the last hundred and thirty years. The curious thing is the rise in minimum temperatures. Tablelands are the most representative area from a climatic point of view; if we take them as a reference, according to Staudt´s systematized data, Spanish minimum temperatures have risen about a degree from the first thirty years of the XX century to (...)
The teaching innovation project “Chemistry-Physics teaching-evaluation by using new technologies”, coordinated by Professor Alberto Hernández Gaínza, was created to do virtual laboratory training with computer programs. Lecturers of the Dpt. of Chemistry Physics, José María Álvarez Pez and Eva María Talavera Rodríguez, also take part in the project, approved by the Vice-Rectorate of Teaching Planning, Quality and Evaluation.Students are coached in real training –according to the person in charge of the teaching innovation project, Hernández (...)
Farming mango instead of other fruit typical of the subtropical climate of Almuñécar, like cherimoya or avocado pear, is one of the manin recommendations of the research group Edaphology and town and country planning of the University of Granada, directed by Professor José Aguilar Ruiz, after the works carried out in the property El Zahorí in Almuñécar, in collaboration with Armando Martínez Vilela of the CIFA (Centre of Food and Agriculture Research and Training) of (...)
The system emited a laser light in the execution plane of the propelling movements while the sportsman was swimming against the tide in the ergometric swimming pool designed for the purpose. A high-speed video camera (200 Hz) registered hand and particles lit by laser movement.The analysis of the records has allowed to observe speed values of the fluid around the hand, identifying in the trail different-sized whirpools and energy according to the propelling efficiency observed (...)
The main aim of this teaching innovation project is to put at students´ disposal a whole of electromagnetic problem visualization tools to make essential concept learning easier; the title of the project is: “Radiation and spreading of electromagnetic waves: visualization”, coordinated by Electromagnetism lecturer of the University of Granada, Salvador González García; lecturers Bernardo García Olmedo, Rafael Gómez Martín, Amelia Rubio Bretones and Mario Fernández Pantoja have taken part in the project too.The project, which (...)
The last project presented by the group Atmosphere Physics, directed by Prof. Yolanda Castro Díez, counts on the explicit support of important electric companies like Endesa, Iberdrola and Unión Fenosa. In Spain, between 10% and 30% electricity is extracted from water resources. For that reason, it is very important for the hydroelectric sector to collaborate with the only Spanish team whose projects approach prediction, one season in advance, of rainfalls and temperatures in Europe.In order (...)
The group Electromagnetism of the University of Granada (UGR), supervised by Prof. Rafael Gómez Martín, is working in the design of microwave systems to detect hidden objects. Specifically, materials with earth penetration radars and breast tumors. The projects of these researchers have not only focused on the design of this technology, but also on its specific application. Thus, they have favoured the removal of some marble blocks to the Faculty of Sciences to analyse them (...)
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