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Juan Lupiáñez received his PhD in Psychology by the University of Granada, in 1996. He is currently Professor of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Experimental Psychology, at the University of Granada, where he served from 2004 to 2008 as vice dean of International Relations at the Faculty of Psychology, and later was the coordinator of the Master on Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience during 6 years. Juan Lupiáñez has spent during his career several research stays at the University of Wales, Bangor (UK), McMaster University (Canada), Oxford University (UK), and the French INSERM in Paris. Former secretary of the Spanish Society for Experimental Psychology (SEPEX) for 4 years, and Local officer for Spain of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP) he is now President elect of the SEPEX. Most of his teaching and research deals with different aspects of Cognitive Neuroscience in general, and in particular with Attention and its relation to other processes such as Emotion, Learning and Memory, Spatial Processing and Consciousness. He has co-authored more than 145 papers on international journals, one book about synaesthesia, and more than 25 book-chapters. He has been principal investigator of 8 research projects. He has supervised 18 doctoral theses on Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, 5 of which received prices to the excellence of research by the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), the Spanish Society for Experimental Psychology (SEPEX), and the University of Granada.
PhD in Mathematics (Granada, 1998) and full professor (2007) in Applied Mathematics at the Department of Applied Mathematics in the University of Granada. My expertise field is qualitative theory of differential equations and dynamical systems, with emphasis on the existence and stability of periodic solutions and special interest on related models from Physics, Biology and other scientic fields.
My research area of interest includes crystallization, biomineralization, crystallography and material science. I am interested in providing a better understanding of the mineralization pathways underlying bone formation by combining X-ray total scattering techniques (SAXS/WAXS) and high-resolution AFM imaging. I am also interested in adapting this biologically-controlled mineral formation into the design of advanced multifunctional biomaterials with applications in medicine (bone and teeth repairing materials and controlled drug delivery).