Ultrasounds for Biological Applications and Materials Science

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We are a research group within the Sensors and Ultrasonics Systems Department of the Institute for Information Security (CSIC). Our main research field is related with the use of ultrasound waves for applications in biology and in the field of materials characterization (specially porous and composite materials) and comprises the research in novel ultrasonic transduction techniques required for these applications (specially in the field of air-coupled transducers).

Featured image shows the sigma-phase obtained by wave interference in a double square well under Neumann boundary conditions. See A. Bazán PhD Thesis, UPM, 2009, “Wave propagation in systems with complex geometries” directed by J. L. Aragón Vela and T. E. Gómez Alvarez-Arenas

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This entry was posted on April 24, 2013 by in Headers.