• Dr. José Javier Molins Vara

Dr. José Javier Molins
IQS School of Engineering
Universitat Ramon Llull
Via Augusta 390, E-08017 Barcelona, Spain
Tel: +34 932 672 000
Fax: +34 932 056 266

email: 
josejavier.molins@iqs.edu

Doctorate in Chemical Engineering (IQS, 1988)
Industrial Engineering specializing in Chemistry (Universitat Ramon Llull, 1993)
Chemical Engineering (IQS, 1985)
Diploma in Management of Chemical Companies (IQS, 1985).

Associated Professor, 1992
Professor, 2011
Coordinator of the Degree in Chemical Engineering 2013-

Subjects

Numerical methods for Engineers, Mathematics III, Simulation of Processes, Computer science and Communications, Simulation and Process optimization.

 

RESEARCH LINES

  • Application of finite elements to the simulation of complex vascular and neurological environments.
  • Complex processes simulation with object-oriented software.
  • Software development for computer-assisted learning.

 

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Martorell J, Santomá P, Kolandaivelu P, Kolachalama VB, Melgar-Lesmes P, Molins JJ, Garcia L, Edelman ER, Balcells M, Extent Of Flow Recirculation Governs Expression Of Atherosclerotic And Thrombotic Biomarkers In Arterial Bifurcations, Cardiovascular Research, 2014, 103 (1), 37-46

Armando Pérez-Peña; Andrés A García-Granada; Joaquín Menacho; José J Molins; Guillermo Reyes,A Methodology for damping measurement of engineering materials: application to a structure under bending and torsion loading. Journal of Vibration and Control, Published before print on 11 September 2014, 2014

J. Martorell; P. Santomá; J.J. Molins; A. A. García-Granada; J. A. Bea; E. R. Edelman; M. Balcells, Engineered arterial models to correlate blood flow to tissue biological response, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2012, 1254, 51-56

Molins, J.J; Barberà, E., Autómatas programables: Step7 y UnityPro, Universitat Ramon Llull, 2012, ISBN: 978-84-615-7219-9Martorell, J.

Molins, J.J.; García, A.; Palmés, E.; Bea, J.A.; Edelman, E.; Balcells, M., Biophysical property assessment of new endovascular devices in artificial vessel, Técnicas Endovasculares, 2011, 14 (1), 3614-3617

 

RESEARCH GROUPS

Vascular Engineering and Applied Biomedicine Group