Jose Rafael Castrejon Pita, PhD
|2006-2015||Institute for Manufacturing||University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom|
|2015-pres||School of Engineering and Material Science||Queen Mary, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom|
Area:Fluid Dynamics, Quantum Optics
Dr. J.R. Castrejon-Pita is a Lecturer in Applied Science in Queen Mary, University of London. He was awarded his MSc in Fluid Mechanics from the National University of Mexico in 2003, and his PhD in Quantum Optics from Imperial College in 2007. He joined the Engineering Department at the University of Cambridge in 2006 where he held the position of Senior Research Associate and an Isaac Newton Trust Fellowship until 2015.
His interests lie in the field of fluid mechanics, particularly in the understanding of fundamental processes during drop breakup, coalescence and splashing.
Mean distance: 15.61
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|Richard C. Thompson||grad student||2003-2006||Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, UK|
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|Castrejón-García R, Castrejón-Pita JR, Castrejón-Pita AA. (2010) Design, development, and evaluation of a simple blackbody radiative source. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 81: 055106|