Bilal Saleh AlgnamatPosition: Doctorand
"*The main aims of our research are study and understanding of the optical properties of IL's in over a wide spectral band, such as thermo optical coefficient and group velocity dispersion .because it is essential for the development and Improve the performance of optical devices.
*determine the refractive index using Spectrally resolved White light interferometry (SRWLI) .
* study the effect of temperature, anion and alkyl chain length on the physical properties of IL's."
María Jesús García GuimareyPosition: Doctorand
María Jesús García Guimarey is graduated in Chemical Engineering (five years degree) at the Higher School of Engineering of the University of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain) since 2014. Subsequently, she studied renewable energies Master Degree at the University of San Pablo CEU (Madrid, Spain). In 2015, she started her post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Santiago de Compostela. She joined the Department of Applied Physics as a researcher in training, within the project “Use of nanofluids in the production of wind energy and in the formulation of more efficient lubricants, ENE2014-55489-C2-1-R”. Her research activity is mainly focused in thermophysical and tribological characterization of additivated lubricants with nanoparticles. She has made 5 contributions to national and international congresses.More
José Manuel Liñeira del RíoPosition: Doctorand
Jose Manuel Liñeira del Río is graduated in Chemistry at University of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain) since 2015. After that he studied renewable energies and energy sustainability Master Degree at Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain). In 2017 he has started his doctoral thesis studies at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Santiago de Compostela, as a researcher in training in NaFoMat Group through a Principia Program within the project “Development of hybrid nanofluids, nano-lubricants and nano-enhanced Phase Change Materials for the transfer, storage and production of energy” (Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and UE FEDER program). His research activity is focused in tribological characterization of additivated lubricant oils with different types of nanoparticles.More
José Manuel Otero MatoPosition: Doctorand
José Manuel Otero Mato is a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. His main research lines focus on theoretical and computational study of nanostructures dispersed in ionic liquids and mixtures. He has performed studies of pure ionic liquids and their mixtures in bulk and in presence of planar or spherical interfaces. He is also working on studies of long range structure of these systems through coarse-grained forcefields.More