Ivan Martínez Soler
Ivan received his PhD on Physics at Instituto de Física Teórica UAM/CSIC (Madrid) in 2018. After that, Ivan was a researcher associated at the Theory Department of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and a postdoctoral researcher at Department of Physics and Astronomy at Northwestern University until 2021.
Since October 2021, he is a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. Ivan is part of the Astroparticle Physics Frontier Group, which is led by Dr. Carlos Argüelles. His work focuses on the accurate description of the neutrino properties in a wide energy range, that goes from below the MeV to the PeV scale and beyond. To do that, Ivan has considered in his work a large variety of neutrinos sources that includes neutrinos from terrestrial origin such as atmospheric created in the atmosphere or neutrinos from accelerators and astrophysical neutrino sources like the Sun or supernovas. Also, Ivan's work studies the detection of Beyond the Standard Model signals in neutrino detectors.
Ivan is also part of the international collaboration called IceCube. In his free time, Ivan enjoys travelling and learning from different cultures.