Antonio A. Moya

Universidad de Jaen, Spain

Antonio Angel Moya Molina, born in Spain in 1968, finished studies in physics in 1991 at the University of Granada, Spain. Since 1996, Molina has been serving as a Doctor in physics. Dr. Molina's doctoral thesis was entitled “Study of the ionic transport processes in electrochemical cells by means of the network simulation method” under the supervision of Professor J. Horno. Currently, Dr. Molina serves as a Professor of physics at the University of Jaén, Spain. Dr. Molina's research interests include the numerical study of the ionic transport processes theoretically based on the Nernst-Planck and Poisson equations through electrolyte solutions, liquid junctions, electrochemical cells, and ion-exchange membrane systems, with special focus on the applications of Li-ion rechargeable batteries, electrodialysis for seawater desalination, and ion-selective electrodes used as electrochemical sensors. Particularly, Dr. Molina is interested in the properties of the electrochemical impedance of the above systems and in the Fourier harmonics components of the response of such systems to alternative signals of large amplitude.

Biography Updated on 2 December 2012

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