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Maria Inmaculada Paz-Andrade Edit Profile

Physics educator , researcher

Maria Inmaculada Paz-Andrade, Spanish physics educator, researcher. Research fellow University Manchester, 1974-1975; recipient Gold Medal of Physics Real Sociedad Espanola de Fisica, Madrid, 1992; named Best Researcher of Galicia, Encuentros '90 Vigo, 1993.

Background

Paz-Andrade, Maria Inmaculada was born on November 14, 1928 in Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain. Daughter of Jose Paz and Maria Andrade.

Education

Degree in science, University Santiago, Spain, 1955. Master of Science, University Santiago, 1956. Doctor of Science, University Santiago, 1963.

Master of Science, University Marsilles, France, 1964.

Career

Head department applied physics University Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 1986-1993, professor applied physics, professor emeritus, 1999. Visiting research professor University Manchester, 1979. Member presidential council EUROSTAR, European Society Thermal Analysis, Calorimetry Thermodynamics and Chemical Reactivity.

Membership

President Secion de Galicia R.S.E.F., Santiago, 1992. President Thermodynamics Group Real Sociedad Española Fisica, Madrid, since 1992. Member Royal Society Chemistry, Real Society Espanola Fisica, Real Society Espanola Quimica, Society Portuguesa Quimica, Society Portuguese Fisica, International Conference Thermody.

Solution Non-Electrolytes, European Molecular Liquids Group, American Chemical Society, Spanish Royal Society Physics, Academy Ciencias Granada (academic), Premio Galicia.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, collecting antiques, collecting stamps, collecting coins, music.

Connections

father:
Jose Paz

mother:
Maria Andrade