Enrique José López Cabarcos


Category: Professor and researcher
Birth Place: A Coruña
Telephone: 91 3941751
Fax: 91 3942032
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 Curriculum

In 1972, he got a diploma of the National Commission of Space Research. In 1973, he took a degree in Physics. In 1975, he took a certificate of Pedagogical Aptitude ('Complutense' University) and took his doctor's degree in Physics in 1981.

 Work & Activities

He has taught Physics and Chemistry at 'Complutense' University (Madrid) since 1974. He gave the doctoral courses 'Estructura de Membranas' (1984-1986), 'Radiación Sincrotón' (1989-1989) and the MA 'Análisis Químico e Instrumental de Medicamentos' (1990-1994). He participated in fifteen research projects and wrote about seventy articles for national and international specialised magazines. He directed two doctoral thesis and two minor thesis. He gave forty lectures at several national and foreign Universities and Research Centres. He presented fifty reports of several conferences. Nowadays, he directs a research group of eight members devoted to the study on molecular structure in polymers, colloids and gels.

 Other Interesting Aspects

He is a member of the following scientific societies: Spanish Society of Physics, Spanish Group of Physics of solid state, Spanish Group of Crystallography, Specialised Group of colloids and interfaces and American Physical Society. He is a member of the National Committee for Synchrotron Radiation and the Science Advisory Committee of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility. He is the Spanish representative in the European Science Foundation in crystallography of macromolecules, the Megascience Forum of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) dedicated to big scientific installations and the governing body of Laue-Langevin Institute. Besides, he is a member of the Council of the European Society of Synchrotron Radiation, the Spanish Group of Colloids and Interfaces and member of the governing body of the Spanish Society of Physics.