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CURRICULUM VITAE
DR. CARLOS MEJÍA MONASTERIO
Born on February, 11th, 1971,
in Acapulco, México.
Nationality: Mexican
Institute for Complex Systems
National Research Council
via Madonna del Piano, 10
FI-50019, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
phone. +39 055 522.6630
fax.
+39 055 522.6683
e-mail. [email protected]
http://www.fi.isc.cnr.it/users/carlos.mejia/
Education
1997 - 2001
Ph.D. in Physics Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Thesis supervisor: Prof. Christof Jung and Prof. Thomas Seligman
Thesis: “Quantum chaotic scattering in terms of incomplete Smale horseshoes”
Degree obtained in August 24th, 2001
1995 - 1996
M. Sc. in Physics Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Degree obtained in December 11th, 1996
1990 - 1995
B. Sc. in Physics Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Supervisor: Prof. Thomas Seligman
Thesis: “Diffusion in a two-dimensional oscillating Lorentz gas”
Degree obtained in September 7th, 1995
Languages
Spanish
English
Italian
French
German
mother tongue
fluent (r/w/s)
fluent (r/w/s)
regular knowledge (r/w/s)
basic knowledge (r/s)
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Awards and Distinctions
Awards:
- Medal “Antonio Caso” to the University Merit (most distinguished PhD student);
National University of Mexico, (2001)
- Best PhD thesis in physics of year 2001; PCF, National University of Mexico, (2002)
Grants:
1994-1995 Fundacion UNAM (Mexico)
1995-1997 DGAPA, UNAM (Mexico)
1997-2000 DGEP, UNAM (Mexico)
2001-2003 National Science and Research Council of Mexico (Mexico)
2003-2005 Institute “Alessandro Volta”, USA-ARO (Italy)
“Quantum Computation and the Onset of Quantum Chaos”.
2005-2005 Fonds National Suisse (Switzerland)
2005-2007 Institute for Scientific Interchange, Lagrange Fellow (Italy)
“Microscopic Origin of Molecular Fluctuations in Nonequilibrium
Complex Systems”
Distinctions:
- Member of the National Institute of High Mathematics, Italy (2005-2007)
- Member of the National System of Researchers (S.N.I.), Mexico (since 2009)
- French qualification “Professeur des Universités”, Section 28 (Condensed Matter),
number 09128194662 (2009-2012)
- French qualification “Professeur des Universités”, Section 29 (Theoretical Physics),
number 09129194662 (2009-2012)
- Regular scientific reviewer of: (a) Europhysics Letters (since 2005). (b) Physics
Letters (since 2006). (c) Physical Review Letters (since 2008). (d) Journal of Physics
A: Math Theor (since 2008). (e) Mathematical Reviews (since 2008).
Research Interests
Dynamical Systems and Chaos: Billiards.
Chaotic scattering.
Deterministic
transport. Stochastic systems.
Nonequilibrium statistical mechanics: Heat conduction. Anomalous transport.
Large deviations. Lattice models. Long range interacting systems.
Quantum Many-Body Systems: Open Hamiltonian systems. Quantum transport.
Spin lattice models
Quantum information: Decoherence. Entanglement. Quantum Master Equation.
Density Matrix Renormalization Group.
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Professional Experience
Professional Positions
01/09/2001 - 31/12/2002
Postdoctoral (National Science and Research Council of Mexico)
Center for Physical Sciences, National University of Mexico
Cuernavaca, Mexico.
20/02/2003 - 28/02/2005
Postdoctoral (USA - ARO)
Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems
Como, Italy
01/03/2005 - 31/10/2005
Associate Reasearcher (Fonds National Suisse)
Department of Thepretical Physics, University of Geneva
Geneva Switzerland
01/11/2005 - 31/10/2007
Postdoctoral (Complex Systems - Lagrange Fellow, I.S.I.)
Politecnico de Torino
Turin, Italy
15/04/2008 - 14/04/2009
Postdoctoral (CNR-Italy)
Institute for Complex Systems
Florence, Italy
Teaching Positions
Science Faculty, National University of México
Summer 1995
Teaching Assistant Classical Thermodynamics
Summer 1996
Teaching Assistant Classical Thermodynamics
Winter 1997
Lecturer Statistical Physics
Winter 1997
Lecturer Selected Topics on Thermodynamics
Summer 1999
Teaching Assistant Nonlinear Dynamics
Summer 2000
Teaching Assistant Nonlinear Dynamics
Technological Institute of Monterrey (campus Cuernavaca)
Winter 1999
Lecturer Classical Mechanics
Science Faculty, State University of Morelos, Cuernavaca México
Summer 2001
Lecturer Chaos and Statistical Mechanics
Summer 2002
Lecturer Computational Physics
Winter 2002
Lecturer Statistical Thermodynamics
Faculty of Architecture I, Polytechnical University of Turin, Turin Italy
Summer 2006
Lecturer Probability and Statistics
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Extended Visits
06 1994 - 12 1994
Nuclear Science Institute, National University of Mexico, México,
Dr. Manuel Coronado on “Transport phenomena in thermonuclear plasmas”.
12 1997 - 05 1998
Max-Planck Institut für Kernphysik, Heidelberg Germany,
Prof. Hans A. Weindemüller on “Localization in many-body systems”.
07 2004 - 08 2004
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid Spain
Prof. Florentino Borondo on “Semiclassical Physics”.
11 2007 - 01 2008
Université de Genève, Genève Switzerland
Prof. Jean-Pierre Eckmann on “Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics”.
02 2008 - 02 2008
Universitá dell’Insubria, Como Italy
Prof. Giulio Casati on “Heat and matter transport”.
03 2008 - 03 2008
Université de Genève, Genève Switzerland
Prof. Jean-Pierre Eckmann on “Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics”.
Participation in Conferences
1. Poster: Scattering one step from chaos XXXVII National physics conference, Cancun,
Mexico, September 1994
2. Poster: Self diffusion in an oscilating Lorentz gas IV International Wigner symposium,
Guadalajara Mexico, April 1995
3. Poster: Low-lying states in diffusive quantum dots and Fock space localization XLI National
physics conference, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, September 1998
4. Talk: Properties of low-lying states in diffusive quantum dots and Fock space localization
International workshop on Semiclassical Physics, Cuernavaca Mexico, January 1999
5. Poster: Low-lying states of a diffusive quantum dot: Is there Fock space localization?
International school Lets face chaos through nonlinear dynamics, Maribor Slovenia, June
1999
6. Poster: Non self-averaging ensembles of sparse matrices International School of Physics
“Enrico Fermi”, CXLIII “New Directions in Quantum Chaos”, Varenna Italy, July 1999
7. Talk: Inverse scattering problem with low-developed horshoes International workshop on
Quantum and classical chaos, Cuernavaca Mexico, July 2000
8. Invited Talk: Scattering echoes and the inverse scattering problem in simple Smale horseshoes XXXIII Latin American School of Physics Classical and Quantum Chaos, Mexico
D.F. Mexico, March 2001
9. Poster: Classical and quantum study of anomalous scattering horseshoe Int. conference
”Quantum dynamics in terms of phase space distributions”, Dresden Germany, April 2001
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10. Poster: Inverse scattering problem in low-developed horseshoes International conference
”Quantum chaos: Theory and applications”, Cocoyoc Mexico, July 2001
11. Talk: Observation of coupled normal heat and matter transport in a simple model system
VII Latin American Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics, Cocoyoc Mexico, July 2001
12. Invited Talk: Classical mechanics: origins and perspectives XLI National Physics Meeting,
S.M.F., Leon Mexico October 2002.
13. Poster: Quantum and classical scattering echoes: A measure for the topology of the chaotic
saddle International workshop ”EAS 4 Chaos and Complex Systems”, Novacella Italy,
April 2003
14. Poster: Inverse scattering problem in terms of scattering echoes Interntaional conference
”Quantum Chaos: Theory and Applications”, Como Italy, June 2003
15. Invited Talk: Quantum Chaos and Scattering Theory Workshop on Open and Closed
Billiard Systems, International Center for Sciences, Cuernavaca Mexico January 2004
16. Poster: Fourier law in quantum spin chains and the onset of quantum chaos XIII Congress
on Statistical Physics, Madrid Spain, April 2005
17. Poster: Heat transport in quantum spin chains Int. workshop ”Thermal transport and
relaxation: foundations and perspectives”, Bad Honnef Germany, January 2007
18. Talk: Nonequilibrium fluctuations for heat flow International conference ”Dynamics and
thermodynamics of systems with long range interactions”, Assisi Italy, July 2007
19. Invited Talk: On the Heat Flow in Quantum Spin Chains Conference Statistical Physics
Out of Equilibrium, Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris France December 2007
20. Invited Talk: Fluctuations in Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics Conference on Open
Dynamical Systems Lille France March 2008
21. Invited Talk: Superdiffusive heat and particle transport International Workshop “New
Paths for Random Walks”, Intenational Center for Sciences, Cuernavaca Mexico, January
2009
22. Invited Talk: A stochastic model of anomalous heat transport Conference Heat Transport
in Low Dimensional Systems, International Center for Theoretical Sciences, Tata Institute
of Fundamental Research, Bangalore India, March 2009
Recent Seminars
1. Thermoelectricity and thermodiffusion in billiard systems. Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems, University of Insubria, Como Italy. February (2008).
2. Fluctuations in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. Department of Physics and Chemistry, Free University of Brussels, Brussels Belgium. March (2008).
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3. Increasing of thermoelectric efficiency towards the Carnot limit. Department of Physics
and Chemistry, Free University of Brussels, Brussels Belgium. March (2008).
4. Fluctuations in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. Institute for Scientific Interchange,
Turin Italy. April (2008).
5. Thermoelectric engines in complex weakly interacting polyatomic gases. Institute for Complex Systems, C.N.R., Florence Italy. April (2008).
6. Control of heat flow in classical and quantum complex systems. Department of Physics
and Chemistry, Free University of Brussels, Brussels Belgium. May (2008).
7. Control of heat flow in classical and quantum complex systems. Department of Physics,
University of Manchester, Manchester UK. June (2008).
8. Fluctuations in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. ETH-Lausanne, Lausanne Switzerland. August (2008).
9. Fluctuations in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics. Dipartimento di Matematica, University of Bologna, Bologna Italy. October (2008).
10. Heat and particle transport in low dimensional mechanical systems. Department of Physics,
University of Rome La Sapienza, Rome Italy. November (2008).
11. Increasing of thermoelectric efficiency towards the Carnot limit. Institute of Physical
Sciences, UNAM, Cuernavaca Mexico. January (2009).
12. A stochastic model of anomalous heat transport. Institute of Physics, UNAM, Mexico
D.F. Mexico. January (2009).
13. A stochastic model of anomalous heat transport. Department of Mathematics, University
of Helsinki, Helsinki Finland. January (2009).
Atentamente
Carlos Mejia Monasterio
Florencia, 21st of March 2009
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References
Prof. Giulio Casati
Center for Nonlinear and Complex Systems,
Università dell’Insubria
via Vallegio 11, Como 22100, Italy.
Tel. +39 (031) 238.6211
Fax. +39 (031) 238.6208
e-mail: [email protected]
Prof. Jean-Pierre Eckmann
Département de Physique Théorique,
Université de Genève
1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland
Tel. +41 (22) 379.6360
Fax. +41 (22) 379.6870
e-mail: [email protected]
Prof. Antonio Politi
Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
via Madonna del Piano, 10, I-50019 Sesto Fiorentino, Italy
Tel. +39 055 5226 663
Fax. +39 055 5226 683
e-mail: [email protected]
Prof. Tomaz̆ Prosen
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana
Jadranska 19, SI-1000 Ljubljana Slovenia
Tel. +386 1 476.6578
Fax. +386 1 251.7281
e-mail: [email protected]
Prof. Lamberto Rondoni
Dipartimento di Matematica
Politecnico di Torino
Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, 10129 Torino Italy
Tel. +39 (011) 564.7533
Fax. +39 (011) 564.7599
e-mail: [email protected]
Prof. Stefano Ruffo
Dipartimento di Energetica ”Sergio Stecco”,
Universitá di Firenze
Via S.Marta 3, 50139 - Firenze, Italy
Tel. +39 (055) 479.6344
Fax. +39 (055) 479.6342
e-mail: [email protected]
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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
• Statistics:
Number of publications (published, accepted, submitted): 25, 1, 0
Number of publications (according to ISI WoS, March 2009): 23
Number of citations (self-citations): 254 (31)
Average citations per paper: 11.04
h-index: 10
Number of publications per journal:
6 Physical Review Letters
4 Journal of Statistical Mechanics
2 Europhysics Letters
2 Physical Review A
1 Journal of Physics A: Mathematical Theory
1 Nonlinearity
1 New Journal of Physics
1 European Journal of Physics ST
1 Chem Phys Phys Chem
1 Nuclear Physics A
1 Journal of Chemical Physics
1 Physics Letters A
1 Physica status solidi (b)
1 Journal of the Korean Physical Society
2 AIP Conference Proceedings
1. P. Collet, J.-P. Eckmann and C. Mejia-Monasterio
Superdiffusive Heat Transport in a class of Deterministic One-Dimensional Many-Particle
Lorentz gases
Journal of Statistical Physics, (2008 submitted) arXiv:0810.4464
2. S. Lepri, C. Mejia-Monasterio, A. Politi
A stochastic model of anomalous heat transport: analytical solution of the nonequilibrium
steady state
Journal of Physics A: Math Theor., 42, (2009) 025001. arXiv:0809.0453
3. C. Mejia-Monasterio, L. Rondoni
On the fluctuation relation for Nosé-Hoover boundary thermostated systems
Journal of Statistical Physics, 101, (2008) 617.
4. G. Casati, C. Mejia-Monasterio, T. Prosen
Increasing thermoelectric efficiency towards the Carnot limit
Physical Review Letters, 101, (2008) 016601
5. L. Rondoni, C. Mejia-Monasterio
Fluctuation theorems in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics
Nonlinearity, 20, (2007) R1-R37
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6. G. Casati, C. Mejia-Monasterio, T. Prosen
Magnetically induced thermal rectification
Physical Review Letters, 98, (2007) 104302
7. C. Mejia-Monasterio, H. Wichterich
Heat transport in quantum spin chains: stochastic baths vs quantum trajectories
European Journal of Physics Special Topics, 151 (2007) 113
8. G. Casati, C. Mejia-Monasterio
Classical and quantum chaos and control of heat flow
Journal of the Korean Physical Society, 50 (2007), 158-165
9. J.-P. Eckmann, C. Mejia-Monasterio
Thermal Rectification in Billiard-like Systems
Physical Review Letters, 97, (2006) 094301
10. J.-P. Eckmann, C. Mejia-Monasterio, E. Zabey
Memory effects in nonequilibrium transport for deterministic Hamiltonian systems
Journal of Statistical Physics, 123, (2006) 1339
11. C. Mejia-Monasterio, T. Prosen, G. Casati
Fourier’s law in a quantum spin chain and the onset of quantum chaos
Europhysics Letters, 72, (2005) 520
12. C. Mejia-Monasterio, G. Benenti, G. G. Carlo, G. Casati
Quantum entanglement across a transition to quantum chaos
Physical Review A, 71, (2005) 062324
13. C. Dembowski, B. Dietz, T. Friedrich, H.-D. Gräf, A. Heine, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, M. MiskiOglu, A. Richter, T.H. Seligman
First Experimental evidence for quantum echoes in scattering systems
Physical Review Letters, 93,(2004) 134102
14. G. G. Carlo, G. Benenti, G. Casati, C. Mejia-Monasterio
Simulating noisy quantum protocols with quantum trajectories
Physical Review A, 69, (2004) 052317
15. C. Jung, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, T.H. Seligman
Self-pulsing effect in chaotic scattering systems
New Journal of Physics, 6, (2004) 48
16. C. Jung, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, H. Taylor
Analysis of an algebraic model for the chromophore vibrations ofCF3 CHFI
Chem Phys Phys Chem, 6, (2004) 3069
17. C. Jung, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, H. Taylor
Spectroscopic interpretation: The high vibrations of CDBrClF
Journal of Chemical Physics, 120 (2004), 4194
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18. H. Larralde, F. Leyvraz, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio
Transport properties of a modified Lorentz gas
Journal of Statistical Physics, 113 (2003), 197-231
19. C. Jung, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, T.H. Seligman
Quantum and classical echoes in scattering systems described by simple Smale horseshoes
Europhysics Letters, 55 (2001), 616-622
20. C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, H. Larralde, F. Leyvraz
Coupled normal heat and matter transport in a simple model system
Physical Review Letters, 86 (2001), 5417-5420
21. A.D. Jackson, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, T. Rupp, M. Saltzer, T. Wilke
Spectral ergodicity and normal modes in ensembles of sparse matrices
Nuclear Physics A, 687 (2001), 405-434
22. C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, J. Richert, T. Rupp, H.A. Weidenmüller
Properties of low lying states in a diffusive quantum dot and Fock space localization
Physical Review Letters, 81 (1998), 5189-5192
23. C. Jung, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, T.H. Seligman
Scattering one step from chaos
Physics Letters A, 198 (1995), 306-314
In proceedings
24. G. Casati, C. Mejia-Monasterio
Thermoelectric transport in billiard systems
AIP Conference Proceedings, 1076 (2008) 18 arXiv:0809:4643
25. G. Casati, C. Mejia-Monasterio
Heat flow in classical and quantum systems and thermal rectification
AIP Conference Proceedings, 965 (2007) 221
26. (*) T. Rupp, C. Mejı́a-Monasterio, J. Richert, H.A. Weidenmüller
Properties of low lying states in a diffusive quantum dot: Fock space localization
Physica Status Solidi (b), 215 (1999), 337-342
(*) peer reviewed
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