Daniel - Grupo de modelización de procesos de combustión
Postdoc researcher in Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas Medioambientales y Tecnológicas since 2010. Daniel graduated from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, receiving his BS in Mechanical Engineering (2005) and his PhD in Mathematical Engineering (2009) in the fluid mechanics and combustion field, with Prof. Antonio Sánchez as advisor. His dissertation addresses the chemical structure of lean hydrogen-air deflagrations. During his PhD, Daniel enjoyed short stays at the University of California at San Diego, working with Prof. Forman Williams in the structure of premixed hydrogen-air flames. In 2013, Daniel enjoyed a stay at the University of Southern California to work with Prof. Paul Ronney in the dynamics of confined flames.
Daniel's research is mainly focused on the numerical simulation and the analytical study of fundamental combustion processes: flame instabilities, flame dynamics, confined flames, and chemical kinetics reduction.
Daniel is the author of 20 research papers (JRC). He has participated in 24 international and national conferences in the combustion field, in 10 public research projects and he is PI of 1 public research proyect at present.