Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

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Career

Pedro Pascual

Academic degrees

Physics undergraduate:
Universitat de Barcelona. June 1956.
Excellent. Premio Extraordinario y Accésit a Premio Nacional Fin de Carrera.

Physics Ph.D.


Universidad de Zaragoza. Abril 1960.
Thesis title: "Partículas y Simetrías". ("Particles and Symmetries")
With honors Cum Laude.

Work in Spain

  • Assistant professor at the University of Barcelona. From 1 Octuber 1956 to 31 January 1957.
  • "Junta de Energía Nuclear" Member, nowadays "CIEMAT" (Energy, enviroment and tecnology reserch center). Madrid. From February 1, 1957 to December 16, 1963 .
  • Lecturer at the Complutense University of Madrid. From October 1, 1959 to September 30, 1960.
  • "Física Matemática" (University of Valencia) professor, by competitive exam, at the University of Valencia. From 17 December 1963 to 30 June 1971.
  • "Mecánica Teórica" professor, by transfer request, at the University of Barcelona. From 1 July 1971 to 30 June 1982.
  • "Física General" professor, by transfer request, at the University of Barcelona. From 0 July 1982 to 31 December 1984..
  • "Física Teórica" professor. From 1 January 1985 to 30 de December 1999, when applied for a voluntary retirement.
  • Professor Emeritusa at the University of Barcelona from 1 January 2000

Work abroad

  • Fellowship holder at IAEA (International Agency of Atomic Energy) in "Enrico Fermi Institute for Nuclear Studies". University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (EUA). From 1 February 1961 to 30 November 1961.
  • Research Associate at the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (EUA). From 1 December 1961 to 30 November 1962.
  • Visiting Scientist at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 September 1964.
  • Visiting Scientist at CERN, Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 September 1967.
  • Fellow Correspondant at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 September 1968.
  • Fellow Correspondant at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 September 1969.
  • Fellow Correspondant at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 September 1970.
  • Visiting Scientist at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 15 June to 15 September 1977.
  • "Electroweak Theory" speaker course at the University of Trondheim (Norway). From 4 October to 17 October 1977.
  • Visiting Scientist at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 to 30 July 1979.
  • Recruited at C.N.R.S. (Conseil National pour la Reserche Scientifique), "Centre de Physique Theorique" at the University of Luminy, Marseille (France).
  • Visiting Scientist at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 Agosto 1982.
  • Associate professor at the University of Luminy Marseille (France). From 1 to 30 June and from From 1 to 30 September 1983.
  • Visiting Scientist at CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), Ginebra (Suiza). From 1 July to 30 Agosto 1986.

Other profesional details

  • On July 1st 1968 was appointed Spain representative at "ECFA (European Committee for Future Accelerators) Restricted". He resigned in June 1983.
  • GIFT director (Grupo Interuniversitario de Física Teórica, Inter-universitary Teorical Physics Group). From April 1970 to June 1974.
  • "Real Sociedad Española de Física" (Spanish Physics Royal Society) research merit medal/award, 1973.
  • Member at the "Real Academia de Ciencias y Artes de Barcelona" (Royal Academy of Science and Arts of Barcelona). Elected in 20 March 1975. He filled the position on May 20, 1976. At its request remained excused from the attendance on October 13, 1999.
  • Corresponding Member of the "Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales" (Royal Academy of Exact Sciences, Physics and Natural Science). March 1981.
  • Working group member at CAICYT (Advisory Commission of Scientific and Technical Research), to develop, along with five other scientists the "Plan Movilizador de la Física de Altas Energías" (Plan to Mobilize High Energy Physics). 1983".
  • Selection Committee President for the "Plan to Mobilize High Energy Physics". Elected in the "Comité Interministerial de Programación de la Comisión Asesora de Investigación Científica y Técnica" (Programming Interministerial Committee of the Advisory Commission of Scientific and Technical Research) in 9 March 1984. He resigned in 11 November 1985 (see item 10).
  • Barcelona section President of the Spanish Royal Society of Physics. From November 1984 to december 1990.
  • Since May 1985, Editor of Theoretical Physics in the Journal Annals of Physics. He resigned in October 1988.
  • On November 11, 1985 the Programming Interministerial Committee restructured the Plan to Mobilize the High Energy Physics. From this date he was the coordinator of the Selection Committee and Monitoring, and Technological Committee Member at said Plan. (see item 16).
  • "Committee for the European Development of Science and Technology" Member (CODEST) since May 1986. He resigned in July 1992.
  • On 28 May 1986 he was awarded the National Prize of Scientific Research "Santiago Ramón y Cajal 1985"shared with Professor Alberto Galindo Tixaire. The ceremony was at the Palacio Real (Hall of Columns) on January 12, 1987 and was chaired by HM the king and HM the queen of Spain.
  • On December 18, 1986 the "Executiu Consell de la Generalitat" awarded him the merit of science and technology medal "Narcís Monturiol". The ceremony took place on February 4, 1987 at the "Palau de la Generalitat" and was chaired by the "Molt Honorable Senyor Jordi Pujol, President of the Generalitat de Catalunya".
  • The magazine "Cambio 16", in its edition dated January 5, 1987, appointed him "Scientist of the Year", jointly with Dr. Manuel Aguilar Benitez Lugo. The award ceremony took place in Madrid on 16 March 1987.
  • The University Board of Valencia apointed him "Doctor Honoris Causa" on 19 February 1987. He was sworn on 12 June 1987.
  • Upon come into force the law on the Development and Coordination General of the Scientific and Technical Research, the "Plan to Mobilize High Energy Physics" was replaced by a "National Program for High Energy Physics." He was appointed Committee Program Secretary on July 31, 1987, until April 14, 1988, when he was appointed manager of said Program. He submitted his resignation on December 20, 1988.
  • Advisory Council member of the journal "Española Económica" (Economic Spain) from April 1988 until his disappearance.
  • From 1 October 1988 to 30 November 1993, he was Secretary of State for Universities for the Research Scientist Advisory.
  • In order to implement the Royal Decree 1086/1989, in October 1989 he was appointed Chairman of the Scientific Panel for proposing the criteria and mechanisms for the evaluation of the proffesors' scientific work.
  • The Spanish Royal Society of Physics dedicated him the number 2 (vol. 85, 1989) of the journal "Anales de Física" (Annals of Physics).
  • In January 1990 he was appointed Member of the National Commission for the Professors' Activity Researcher Evaluation (CNEAI). In the first meeting on January 10, he was appointed General Coordinator of the whole evaluation process. He stopped in the latter position on November 30, 1993. He resigned as a member of the CNEAI on October 2, 1995.
  • IBERDROLA Scientist Consultor since July 1992.
  • Jury member of IBERDROLA Annual Award for Science and Technology since its creation in 1993.
  • Jury Chairman, which decides the annual "Visitors profesossors IBERDROLA" since its creation in 1993 until its demise in 2002.
  • Comittee of Honor Member of the XXIV Bienal of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics. Jaca, September 1993.
  • Academic Committee Member of the University of Barcelona from January 21, 1994 to November 25, 1999.
  • Department of structure and constituent of matter Director from March 1994 to March 1997. University of Barcelona.
  • In the Council of Ministers on June 23, 1995 he was awarded the "Gran Cruz de la Orden Civil de Alfonso X el Sabio".
  • "Benasque Center for Science" Creator and Director, International Advanced Research Institute operating since July 1995. (See item 34).
  • Commission Member for the granting of the first "Euskadi Award" for Scientific Research. September 1996.
  • "Medalla d'Or al Mérit Científic de la Fundació Catalana per la Recerca" (Golden Medal for the Scientific Merit of the Catalan Foundation for Research) .October 1, 1996. Given by the Honorable President of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
  • Honor Membership of Cloister Doctors at the University of Barcelona. November 1996.
  • On February 24, 1998, appointment as Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Foundation Parc Científic de Barcelona. " He submitted his resignation on March 9, 2001.
  • On July 15, 1998 created the foundation "Benasque Center for Science " to give legal stability to the "Benarque Center.
  • The "Lifeline" of the journal "Lancet" (The Lancet 352, 248 (1998)) was dedicated to P. Pascual.On October 5, 1998, appointment of Vice-President of IDIBAPS (Institut d'Investigacions Biomédiques August Pi i Sunyer).
  • El 5 de octubre de 1998, nombramiento de Vicepresidente del IDIBAPS (Institut D'Investigacions Biomédiques August Pi i Sunyer).
  • "Insignia de Ouro da Universidade" (Golden Insignia of the University) Given, on June 16, 1999, in San Colexio Xerome by Magnificent Excellency Sir Rector of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Prof. Francisco Darío Villanueva Prieto.
  • Organizer and Chairman of the Jury of the "Distinció de la Generalitat de Catalunya per a la Promocion de la Recerca." (Distinction of Generalitat de Catalunya for the Promotion of Research) Agreement on January 26, 2000 (DOGC of February 1).
  • President of the International Jury for granting "Euskadi Research Award. Call 2000 ", granted by the Basque government. The jury met in San Sebastian on 1 and 2 September 2000, being granted unanimously, as Prof. Juan Colmenero de León. The prize giving was done in the presence of Lehendakari in San Sebastian on October 26, 2000.
  • Managing Director of the Foundation Benasque Center for Science appointed at the first Foundation Council meeting which took place in Zaragoza on March 19, 2002.

Congresses

  • Attendee to the "IX Biennial Meeting of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics and Chemistry." Granada, March 1959.
  • Attendee "Many Body Problem School" Ravello (Italy), April 1963.
  • Attendee to the "XI Biennial Meeting of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics and Chemistry." Bilbao, October 1963.
  • Attendee to the "XII Biennial Meeting of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics and Chemistry." Salamanca, June 1965.
  • Attendee to the "First Meeting of Theoretical Physics." He gave a course entitled "Periferismo." Santander, August 1965.
  • Attendee to the "Topical Conference on High-Energy Collisions of Hadrons." Geneva (Switzerland), January 1968.
  • Organizing Committee Member for the 1968 CERN School of Physics. " He gave a course entitled "Weak Interactions." El Escorial, May 1968.
  • Attendee to the XIV International Conference on High Energy Physics. " Vienna (Austria), August 1968.
  • Attendee to the "Lund International Conference on Elementary Particle Physics." Lund (Sweden), June 1969.
  • Organizer of the "Ist GIFT International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Interaction of Elementary Particles with Nuclei." Valencia, April 1970.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT IInd International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Analytical Theory of the S Matrix." Madrid, April 1971.
  • Attendee to the "XV Biennial Meeting of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics and Chemistry. " Tarragona, September 1971.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT IIIrd International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Broken Symmetries." Madrid, March 1972.
  • Organizing "GIFT IVth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Strong Interactions and High Energies." Barcelona, April 1973.
  • Attendee "Topical Meeting on Weak Interactions." Presiding over one of the sessions. Trieste (Italy), June 1973.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT Vth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Some Topics in Weak Interactions." Zaragoza, June 1974.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT VIth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Quantum Field Theory." Jaca, June 1975.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT VIIth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Phenomenology of Particle Physics." L'Escala, June 1976.
  • Attendee to the "Acts 75 Commemorative Anniversary of the Founding of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics and Chemistry." Madrid, October 1978.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT Xth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Quantum Chromodynamics." Jaca, June 1979.
  • Attendee to the European Physical Society International Conference on High Energy Physics. Geneva (Switzerland), June 1979.
  • Co-organizer with Jose Bernabéu "GIFT XIth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics: Electroweak Interactions." Peñíscola, May 1980.
  • Attendee to the "International Neutrino Conference." Erice (Italy), June 1980.
  • Attendee "The 1981 French Seminar in Quantum Chromodynamics on Theoretical Aspects." Marseille (France), June 1981.
  • International Committee Member and Organizing Committee Member" of the "VIth European Symposium on Nucleon-Antinucleon Quark-Antiquark and Interactions." Santiago de Compostela, August 1982.
  • Organizing Committee Member of the "Eighth International Workshop on Weak Interactions and neutrinos." Jávea, September 1982.
  • Attendee to the "Ecole of Gif." Marseille (France), September 1983.
  • Attendee to the "1st International Meeting on the History of Scientific Ideas: Symmetry in Physics" Sant Feliu de Guíxols, September 1983.
  • International Organization Committee Member of the workshop on "Methods for Non-Perturbation Gauge Theories" Montpellier (France), 10 to July 13, 1985.
  • Organizing Committee Chairman of the "XX Biennial Meeting of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics." Sitges, September 30 to October 4, 1985.
  • Attendee "XIVth Winter Meeting on Fundamental Physics." Sant Feliu de Guíxols, 17 to March 22, 1986.
  • Participant in the Meeting for the American scientific cooperation in the field of High Energy Physics. Valencia, 25 to May 27, 1986.
  • Attendee to the "GIFT XVIIth International Seminar on Theoretical Physics." Peñíscola, 1 to June 18, 1986.
  • Member of the Organizing Committee of the meeting "Trends in Physics." Pazo de Janequin (Menendez Pelayo International University), 7 to July 10, 1987.
  • Invited Speaker at "Conference on Medical Ethics" Title of the conference: "Contribution to the Knowledge of Medical Physics." San Sebastian, 23 to March 25, 1988.
  • Attendee "XVIth International Meeting on Fundamental Physics." Peñíscola, 25 to April 29, 1988.
  • Attendee "Charm Factory Workshop." "Stanford Linear Accelerator Center." California, 23 to May 27, 1989.
  • Invited Speaker at the closing session of the annual plenary meeting of FENOSA. La Toja, 1989.
  • Member of the Organizing Committee of the EPS High Energy Physics'89. " Madrid, 1989.
  • Participant at the workshop "The Changing University." Harvard University, March 1990.
  • Invited Speaker at the Conference of University Rectors European. Utrecht (Netherlands), October 1991.
  • Invited Speaker at the Course of the International University Menéndez Pelayo and "Studies on Science and Science Policy." Sevilla, 19 to October 22, 1993.
  • Participant at the roundtable "Test Program Evaluation from a Comparative Perspective" at the meeting "Evaluation of the universities in Spain." U. International and Menendez Pelayo. Santander, 7 to September 9, 1994.
  • Invited talk at the conference "Particle-Solid Interactions." San Sebastian, 1 to October 6, 1994.
  • Member of the Scientific Committee of the II European Forum on Science and Safety. Barcelona, November 30 to December 2, 1994.
  • Invited talk under the title "l'activitat Avaluació a researcher" in the "Symposium on Assessment of Organització i Recerca." Sitges, 19 to October 20, 1995.
  • Member of the Scientific Committee of the "Q.C.D. Workshop. " Montpellier (France), 1996.
  • Conference's inaugural course on "quantum information" given at the University Santiago de Compostela, 3 to September 14, 2001.
  • Until October 2002 were organized in the framework of the Foundation Benasque Center for Science a total of 12 scientific meetings attended 598 scientists from 28 countries. The Foundation is funding multi-year contracts with the BBVA Foundation, the City of Benasque and the University of Barcelona.

Bachelor courses

University of Madrid

  • Year 1959-60: "General Physics".

University of Valencia

  • Year 1964-65: "Math IV," "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1965-66: "Math IV," "Quantum Mechanics", "Solid State".
  • Year 1966-67: "Math IV," "Quantum Mechanics", "Solid State".
  • Year 1967-68: "Math IV," "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1968-69: "Math IV," "Applied Mathematics and Physics."
  • Year 1969-70: "Quantum Field Theory", "Elementary Particles".
  • Year 1970-71: "Quantum Field Theory", "Elementary Particles".

University of Barcelona

  • Year 1971-72: "Analytical Mechanics and Relativity", "Basic Particle Theory", " Theoretical Mechanics "(Mathematics).
  • Year 1972-73: "Classical Field Theory", "Theoretical Mechanics" (Mathematics).
  • Year 1973-74: "Classical Field Theory", "Theoretical Mechanics" (Mathematics).
  • Year 1974-75: "Elementary Particles Theory", "Theoretical Mechanics" (Mathematics).
  • Year 1975-76: "Mathematical Methods III", "Particle Theory Basic "," Physical "(Mathematics).
  • Year 1976-77: "General Physics", "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1977-78; "General Physics", "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1978-79: "General Physics", "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1979-80: "General Physics", "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1980-81: "General Physics", "Elementary Particles".
  • Year 1981-82: "General Physics", "Elementary Particles".
  • Year 1982-83: "General Physics", "Elementary Particles".
  • Year 1983-84: "General Physics", "Quantum Field Theory.Ph.D. Courses"
  • Year 1984-85: "Mathematical Methods I," "Quantum Field Theory."
  • Year 1985-86: "Mathematical Methods I," "Quantum Field Theory."
  • Year 1986-87: "Quantum Field Theory." Ph.D. Courses
  • Year 1987-88: Two Years "General Physics".
  • Year 1992-93: "Mathematical Analysis I."
  • Year 1993-94: "Mathematical Analysis I", "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1994-95: "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1995-96: "Fundamental Physics", "Nuclear and Particle Physics."
  • Year 1996-97: "Fundamental Physics", "Nuclear and Particle Physics."
  • Year 1997-98: "Fundamental Physics", "Nuclear and Particle Physics" "Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1998-99: "Fundamental Physics", "Nuclear and Particle Physics."
  • Year 2000-2001 "Quantum Mechanics."

Ph.D. Courses

Universidad de Valencia

  • Year 1964-65: "Topics for Theoretical Physics"
  • Year 1965-66: "Lie Groups" Course 1966-67, "SU (3), SU (6 )...".
  • Year 1967-68: "Field Theory."
  • Year 1968-69: "Algebra Flows."
  • Year 1969-70: "High Energy Physics".
  • Year 1970-71: "Topics for Theoretical Physics."

University of Barcelona

  • Year 1971-72: "Topics in Theoretical Physics."
  • Year 1972-73: "Topics for Theoretical Physics."
  • Year 1973-74: "Topics for Theoretical Physics."
  • Year 1974-75: "Rigorous Results in Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1975-76: "Collision Theory."
  • Year 1976-77: "Theory of Quarks."
  • Year 1977-78: "Deeply inelastic collisions."
  • Year 1978-79: "Aspects of Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1979-80: "Electro-weak collisions"
  • Year 1980-81: "Instantons, solitons ,...".
  • Year 1981-82: "Instantons, solitons ,...".
  • Year 1982-83: "Advanced Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1988-1989 "Advanced Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1992-93: "Advanced Quantum Mechanics."
  • Year 1996-97: "Physical Cosmology."
  • Year 1998-1999 "Physical Cosmology."

Courses given

  • "Quantum Mechanics." At the Nuclear Energy Board. Junta. Madrid, 1963.
  • "Weak Interactions". At he Nuclear Energy Board, during the course Introduction to High Energy Physics. Madrid, 1965.
  • "Periferismo." Peripheral Physics. Within the first meeting of Theoretical Physics. Summer University of Santander, 1965.
  • "Weak Interactions." In 1968 CERN School of Physics. El Escorial, 1968.
  • "Current algebra." Universidad de Valencia, 1969.
  • "Disintegration of Kaons." Within the framework of the inter Seminars GIFT. Valencia, 1971.
  • "Deeply InelaDegreestic collisions." Within/Under the inter-university seminars of Barcelona, 1972.
  • "Cosmological Models." As part of the Seminars University of Barcelona, 1972.
  • "Gauge Theories for Electromagnetism and weak interactions." As part of the Seminars Barcelona, 1973.
  • "Path integrals." Under the inter-university seminars Barcelona, 1974.
  • "New theories of weak and Electromagnetic Processes." Within the framework of the inter Seminars GIFT. Barcelona, 1975.
  • "Electroweak Theory" University of Trondheim (Norway), 1977.
  • "Deeply Inelastics collisions and Asymptotic Freedom". Within the framework of the inter Seminars GIFT. Barcelona, 1978.
  • " Electroweak Theory." Within the framework of the inter Seminars GIFT. In collaboration with Jose Bernabéu. Valencia, 1980.
  • " Electroweak Theory." Universidad de Valladolid, 1983.
  • "Supersymmetries" Under the inter-university seminars Barcelona, 1983.
  • "Black Holes". Under the inter-university seminars Barcelona, 1983.
  • "Quantic Chromodynamic." Within the framework of the inter Seminars GIFT. In collaboration with Rolf Tarrach. Barcelona, 1983.
  • "Supersymmetries" University of Barcelona, 1984.
  • "Techniques in Theoretical Physics." University of Barcelona, 1985.
  • "The universe around us." University of Barcelona, 1986.
  • "Strings and Superstrings." Under the inter-university seminars Barcelona, 1986-87.
  • "Renormalization group." Within the framework of the inter Seminars GIFT. In collaboration with Antonio González-Arroyo and Rolf Tarrach. Barcelona, May 1988.

(Degree) thesis directed

  • "Analytical Study of the S matrix." Rafael Guardiola. Excellent. Extraordinary Prize and National Prize End Career (1966).
  • "Optical Model for High Energy." Vicente Carbonell. Excellent (1966).
  • "Efecto de una Masa del Neutrino no Nula en el Proceso de Captura de Muones." Jose Bernabéu. Excellent. Extraordinary Prize and National Prize End Career (1967).
  • "Study of invariant phasic space integrals." Jose Ros. Excellent (1967).
  • "Three Astronomical Effects assuming a moment Cuadrupolar for the Sun." Joaquin Olivert. Excellent (1968).
  • "Beta decay 31Si → e + 31P + and Layers Model with mixture of configurations." Fernando Escutia. Excellent (1969).
  • "Calculation of the Lifetime Comparison Process 31Si → e + 31P + using the Nilsson Model." July Pellicer. Excellent (1969).
  • "Transitions in Electromagnetic and 31P Model Layers with mixture settings." Francisco Roig. Excellent. Extraordinary Prize and National Prize End Career (1969).
  • "Calculation of the parameters of the Cabibbo theory." Turiano Picazo. Excellent (1970).
  • "Lee Model with Finite Masses, and Isospin Spin." Rolf Tarrach. Excellent. Extraordinary Prize and National Prize End Career (1970).
  • "Hyperons Semileptonic disintegration." Eulogio Oset. Excellent (1970).
  • "Computation of Difference Electromagnetic Mass Mesons in the Quark Model." Daniel Beltran. Excellent (1971).
  • "Muons Capture in Deuterium." Francisco Vidal. Excellent (1971).
  • "Studying the reaction p + p + d → e + e + ν at very low energies. Emilio Elizalde. Excellent (1973).
  • "Equation Lorentz-Dirac in an electromagnetic field." Enrique Verdaguer. Excellent (1974).
  • "Harmonic oscillator with Disruption x3." Francisco Marques. Excellent (1977).
  • "Electroweak Theory with Majorana Neutrino". Joan Soto. Excellent (1983).
  • "Sum Rules in Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Cromodinamics." Jose Ignacio Latorre. Excellent (1983).
  • "Muons Capture in Deuterium." Sonia Pabán. Excellent (1985).

Ph.D. Thesis directed

  • "Capturing the Array for 3He and function of the Waves nuclei of A =3" Ramon Pascual. Excellent "cum laude" (summa cum laude). Valencia, February 1966.
  • "Study of the photo production of pions in Nuclei of 3He and 3H." José Luis Sánchez. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, June 1968.
  • "Hiper triton disintegration." Benjamin Carreras. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, June 1968.
  • "Study of the modes of Kaons Semileptonic disintegration Kl3." Miguel Angel Goñi. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, October 1968.
  • "Hiper fine Effect in the radioactive capture of Muons." Rafael Guardiola. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, June 1969.
  • "Particle Interaction with 11B and Nuclear Structure of 11Be." Jose Bernabéu. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, June 1970.
  • "Study of Nuclear Form Factorss." Jose Ros. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, October 1971.
  • "Π + Π-6 radioactive capture for Li." Francisco Roig. Excellent cum laude. Valencia, October 1971.
  • "Studying the reaction Cuasielástica νµ + d → µ- + p + p. Rolf Tarrach. Excellent cum Laude. Barcelona, December 1973.
  • "Π + Photoproduction on 16O." Benavent Francisco. Excellent cum laude. Barcelona, January 1976.
  • "Double b decay." Alfredo Molina. Excellent cum laude. Barcelona, January 1976.
  • "Sum Rules in Quantum Chromodynamics." José Ignacio Latorre. Satisfactory Cum Laude. Barcelona, October 1985.

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