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Elementary Particles (HEP-PH)


We are engaged in the  study of the physics of Elementary Particles, namely,  physics of the Standard Model and beyond. This area of research is usually referred to as Phenomenology of High Energy Physics and has a long tradition in the University of Valencia which hosts the IFIC (Institut de Física Corpuscular) one of the most prestigious institutes in Europe in this area of research.

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Quantum Information (QUANT-PH)


 Quantum information and Applications to physical systems:

Some of our projects in this area include:

Study of open quantum mechanical systems. Application to the search algorithm (both adiabatic and non-adiabatic) and to the quantum walk Numerical simulations of the behaviour of systems with a large number of entangled states. Design of quantum mechanical algorithms applicable to some complex problems like lattice QCD.

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Medical Physics (PHYS-MED)


Y90 microspheres selective internal radiation therapy is a promising treatment for primary or metastatic hepatic tumours. The treatment consists of the administration of Y90, a beta emitter, into the arterial hepatic vasculature. As a result of a differential vasculature of the healthy liver and tumour tissue, the microspheres preferentially accumulate in the tumour tissue, resulting in a local radiation dose to the tumour whilst sparing healthy liver tissue.

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Astroparticles (ASTRO-PH)

Crab Nebula Supernova Explosion

We have also several lines open in the field of Astroparticles, namely, applications of Particle Physics to  Astrophysics and Cosmology.

Thus, some of our present projects include:
  • Study of the momentum disstribution of the relic neutrinos.
  • Consequences in astrophysics and cosmology of a neutrino magnetic moment.
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