Miguel Angel Cazalilla

Ikerbasque Research Professor, DIPC

Conoce a Miguel Angel

Ikerbasque Research Professor at DIPC.
Research line: 
Theoretical Condensed Matter and Atomic Physics.
Graduate student (1995-1999) and postdoctoral (1999-2001) Fellowships by the Basque Government/Eusko Jaurlaritza; ‘Gipuzkoa’ Fellowship by Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (2003-2007); Guest Researcher at Ueda ERATO Project at the University of Tokyo (2008, three months); Invited Professorships at the Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP) of the University of Tokyo (2010, three months), National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Taiwan (2010, three months), Kyoto University (2017, 2019, 2020), Yukawa Institute at Physics Kyoto University (2020); Fellow of the American Society (Division of Atomic and Molecular Physics) “For fundamental contributions to the understanding of one-dimensional quantum systems in and out of equilibrium.” (2018).
Distinguished Visiting Professor Kyoto University (2020); Center Scientist, National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Taiwan (2018-2020); Distinguished Center Scientist, National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Taiwan (2015-2018); Professor of Physics, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan (2013-2020); Fellow Scientist, National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Taiwan (2013-2014); Visiting Associate Professor, National University of Singapore, Singapore (2011-2013); Tenured Research Scientist at Centro de Fisica de Materiales in San Sebastian, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (2007-2012); Fellow ‘Gipuzkoa’, Donostia International Physics Center (2003-2007); Postdoctoral Fellow, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy (2001-2003); Visiting Research Associate, Department of Physics, Brown University, US (1999-2001).
PhD in physics (1999) from the University of the Basque Country.