David Montes, Ph.D.

1988-1990 Astrophysics UCM, Spain 
 1990- Astrophysics UCM, Universidad Complutense de Madrid 
Astrophysics, Cool Stars, Exoplanets
"David Montes"

Senior researcher and since 2002 full time professor at the Universidad Complutense de
Madrid, Spain, where he teaches several graduate courses of Astrophysics and a postgraduate
course about Cool stars and Stellar Activity. From 1991 to 2002 was assistant
professor at the same University. From 1997 to 1998 he held a postdoctoral position at the
Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics of The Pennsylvania State University, USA. He
obtained his Ph.D. in astrophysics from the University Complutense de Madrid, Spain, in
January 1995.

Stellar spectroscopist. Spectroscopic analysis of cool stars: spectral classification, stellar parameters, abundances, radial and rotational velocity determinations, Li abundance, and analysis of the optical chromospheric activity indicators.

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Maria Jose Fernandez grad student 1990-1995 Facultad CC Físicas, UCM (Physics Tree)
 (PhD Thesis Advisor)


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David Barrado Navascués collaborator
Eduardo Martín Guerrero collaborator (Physics Tree)
Benjamin Montesinos collaborator (Physics Tree)
collaborator 2007- UCM, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Physics Tree)
 (Investigador Juan de la Cierva at the Departamento de Astrof ́ısica y Ciencias de la Atm ́osfera of UCM, Madrid, Spain (Sep 2007–Dec 2009))
Jonay I. González collaborator 2008- (Physics Tree)
Andreas Quirrenbach collaborator 2008-
Ansgar Reiners collaborator 2008- (Physics Tree)
Alexis Klutsch collaborator 2009-
Manuel Cornide collaborator 1990-2013 (Physics Tree)
Maria Jose Fernandez collaborator 1995-2018 (Physics Tree)
Elisa de Castro collaborator 1990-2021 (Physics Tree)
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Nortmann L, Pallé E, Salz M, et al. (2018) Ground-based detection of an extended helium atmosphere in the Saturn-mass exoplanet WASP-69b. Science (New York, N.Y.)
González Hernández JI, Ruiz-Lapuente P, Tabernero HM, et al. (2012) No surviving evolved companions of the progenitor of SN 1006. Nature. 489: 533-6
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