Please contact either directly a possible scientific supervisor/host from the list below or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. In this latter case, please provide brief information on your status, field of science and, if possible, the name(s) of potential host(s) among the DIPC scientists or associates and a current CV.
If you have general questions or no luck in contacting the selected host, please write to email@example.com.
Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) is a research center located in Donostia-San Sebastián in the Basque Country in the north of Spain, in founded in 1999. The mission of DIPC is to perform and catalyze cutting-edge research in physics and related disciplines, as well as to convey scientific culture to society. DIPC was conceived and designed based on the idea that an advanced society needs advanced scientific research. For further information see also our most recent report (2020; pdf; 8MB).
An important element of DIPC lies in its foundational goals and how they are implemented in practice:
Scientific activity at DIPC addresses fundamental topics that take place on very different length scales, from elementary particles to atoms, nanostructures, mesoscopic systems, and galaxies. The research areas that drive DIPC's scientific effort comprise:
Quantum Systems and Technologies -- Attosecond Physics and Electron Dynamics -- Computational Chemistry -- Advanced Materials -- Characterization of Interfaces and Low Dimensional Systems -- Electronic Structure, Electronic Transport, and Surface Dynamics -- Nano-optics, nano-photonics and nano-plasmonics -- Photochemistry -- Polymers and Soft Matter -- Computational Astrophysics and Cosmology -- Experimental Particle Physics
The University of the Baque Country UPV/EHU is the largest university in the Basque Autonomous Community (Euskadi / País Vasco) in the north of Spain. Founded in 1980, is a public research university spread over three campuses in Bilbao, Donostia-San Sebastián, and Vitora-Gasteiz it currently hosts 45,000 students and 5,600 academic staff. Following its motto Give and spread knowledge, the University of the Basque Country is an integrating institution willing to produce knowledge, experience and research in order to convey them to the general public. The university's courses catalogue consists of over 100 Bachelor's Degrees in all fields of knowledge. At the postgraduate level, over 100 official master programmes and 66 doctoral programmes are offered. More information can be found in the Informational Leaflet of the UPV/EHU (in English) and on its website.
The list may change as offers are filled or additional colleagues agree to serve as hosts.
|Aromaticity, nonlinear optics and ionic liquids||Eduard Matito||DIPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||Donostia Quantum Chemistry Group|
|Aromaticity, nonlinear optics and ionic liquids||Elixabete Rezabal||DIPCemail@example.com||Donostia Quantum Chemistry Group|
|Astrophysics and Cosmology||Raúl Angulo||DIPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||BACCO - bias and clustering calculations optimized|
|Astrophysics and Cosmology||Silvia Bonoli||DIPCemail@example.com||Silvia Bonoli, Ikerbasque Research Fellow, DIPC|
|Bio-Inorganic Chemistry, Photochemistry, Photochemotherapy||Luca Salassa||DIPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||Inorganic Photochemistry Lab|
|Bio-Inorganic Chemistry, X-ray Imaging, X-ray spectroscopy||Carlos Sánchez-Cano||DIPCemail@example.com||Carlos Sánchez Cano Ikerbasque Research Fellow, DIPC|
|Computer vision, image processing and machine learning||Ignacio Arganda-Carreras||UPV/EHUfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ignacio Arganda-Carreras Ikerbasque Research Associate, UPV/EHU|
|Electronic structure and quantum chemistry||David Casanova||DIPCemail@example.com||Donostia Quantum Chemistry Group: Dr David Casanova/|
|Freestanding and supported nanoclusters, heterogeneous catalysis, precious metals, dehydrogenation reactions, fuel cells, catalyst deactivation||Elisa Jimenez-Izal||DIPC, UPV/EHUfirstname.lastname@example.org||Dr. Elisa Jimenez-Izal|
|High-pressure computational organic chemistry, nanothreads||Bo Chen||DIPCemail@example.com||The Chen Group @DIPC|
|Light-matter interactions, Photonics||Alexey Nikitin||DIPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||2D Nanophotonics|
|Nanoelectronics theory and simulation||Aran Garcia-Lekue||DIPCemail@example.com||Arantzazu Garcia Lekue Ikerbasque Research Associate, DIPC|
|Nanomaterials and spectroscopy group||Yury Rakovich||CFMfirstname.lastname@example.org||Nanomaterials and Spectroscopy group|
|Nanophotonics theory||Aitzol Garcia-Etxarri||DIPCemail@example.com||Aitzol García Etxarri, Ikerbasque Research Fellow, DIPC|
|Neutron science, computational materials modelling, thermophysics, energy & sustainable materials||Félix Fernández||CFM-MPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||Félix Fernández Alonso Ikerbasque Research Professor|
|Quantum chemistry, protein folding||David de Sancho||DIPC, UPV/EHUemail@example.com||Theoretical Chemistry Unit: David De Sancho Research|
|Quantum information and quantum optics||Géza Giedke||DIPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||Geza Giedke: Quantum Information -- Theory and Implementation|
|Quantum Theory of Materials||Ion Errea||CFMemail@example.com||Ion Errea|
|Quantum transport theory, Electronic structure methods, Theory and simulation of nanostructures||Thomas Frederiksen||DIPCfirstname.lastname@example.org||Nanoelectronics – theory and simulation|
|Spin quantum transport, spectral properties of fermionic/bosonic lattice systems||Dario Bercioux||DIPCemail@example.com||Mesoscopic Electrons and Photons Systems Group|
|Theoretical and Computational Chemistry: excited state reactivity and dynamics in complex molecular systems||Pedro Braña||CFMfirstname.lastname@example.org||Pedro Braña Coto, Profile @ CFM|
|Theory of Nanophotonics||Ruben Esteban||CFMemail@example.com||Theory of Nanophotonics Group|
Further offers of help for Ukrainian scientists in San Sebastián is offered at Nanogune and offers by other institutes worldwide are collected by Science for Ukraine and in a spread sheet maintained by Andrew Kern (@pastramimachine) at the University of Oregon.Offers directed to students are collected at ukraine.uni-foundation.eu.