Juan A. Monsoriu, director of the ETSID, among the winners of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics (RSEF)
The Royal Spanish Physical Society (RSEF) and the BBVA Foundation have awarded outstanding scientists in this field. The delivery ceremony has claimed the value of knowledge to drive technological advances and guidance to society in the face of the great challenges of the 21st century. Award-winning researchers have developed their work in movements as disparate as the exploration of the most elementary components of matter, the creation of new materials with unusual properties, the manufacture of mobile synthetic cells for transporting drugs, the invention of optical technologies to improve the vision or development of quantum computing.
The Best Article awards in the RSEF publications have been for Juan A. Monsoriu, director of the ETSID, with his colleagues Isabel Salinas Marín, Marcos H. Giménez, Juan A. Sans and Juan C. Castro-Palacio, professors of the SmartPhysics project and authors of the article “How to visualize forced oscillations on your Smartphone”.
Full news: https://www.fbbva.es/noticias/los-premios-de-la-fisica-reivindican-el-valor-del-conocimiento-para-impulsar-los-avances-tecnologicos-y-orientar-a -la-sociedad-ante-los-grandes-desafíos-del-siglo-xxi/
Project profile “How to visualize forced oscillations on your Smartphone”: https://www.fbbva.es/galardonados/como-visualizar-oscilaciones-forzadas-en-tu-smartphone/
Video about all the winners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKMaBXcf0AQ&feature=emb_logo
Congratulations to all the winners!