Pablo J. Alonso
Pablo J. Alonso obtained with honors an M.S. degree in mathematics (1974), an M.S. degree in physics (1974), and a Ph.D. degree in physics (1978) from the University of Zaragoza, Spain and received a national award to the best student from the University of Zaragoza, Spain. Since 2002, he has been a Member of the Royal Science Academy of Zaragoza. He has also been a Vice Director (1985–1987) and a Director (1998–2002) of the Institute of Material Science of Aragón (ICMA). His present positions in the scientific staff of the ICMA are a Professor of Research and a Head of the Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Laboratory. His scientific activity has been focused on the application of the EPR spectroscopy to solve different scientific problems. Presently, Dr. Alonso is interested in the study of some paramagnetic coordination compounds, many of them in a high spin configuration, in order to get a detailed picture of their magnetic properties. He is also interested in the use of EPR spectroscopy to tackle diverse significant problems in biochemistry as the electronic distribution in some metalloproteins and the factors which modify these distributions. Dr. Alonso has contributed one hundred and fifty peer-reviewed ISI papers, three invited review contributions to books, and about one hundred communications to congress and has been an advisor of five Ph.D. theses.
Biography Updated on 2 January 2012