Departamento de Física
(formerly Teórica I)
U. Complutense de Madrid
page for Felipe J. Llanes Estrada
When I first joined the faculty in Madrid...
My current look a decade and two kids later
You can reach me at:
Felipe J. Llanes Estrada, Departamento
de Física Teórica
(formerly Teórica I),
Parque de las Ciencias 1, Facultad de Ciencias Físicas, 28040
or if you prefer
by telephone: (34) 913944460
electronic mail fllanes@-@fis.ucm.es
Titular de Universidad
equivalent Tenured Associate Professor, UK equivalent Reader)
I have assisted with and taught numerous
courses. In 2018-19 I am handling a group of
Classical Mechanics (2nd year undergraduate Bachelor section).
In addition I will take on, for the first time, a cosmology group
and a short freshmen computer lab.
Student questions: please refer to the Campus Virtual UCM
I have been mostly interested in Theoretical Hadron Physics,
This is a subdiscipline that shares from Particle Physics, Nuclear
Physics and Quantum Field Theory.
As of late I am working on strongly interacting extensions of the
standard model's electroweak symmetry breaking sector.
However I keep an eye in developments in other related fields and
subfields, such as Astrophysics and Energy Research.
You can find many of my research articles
through the INSPIRE HEP database.
Currently I am PI together with Antonio Dobado of a spanish national grant FPA2016-75654-C2-1-P. I belong
to the research
group on Effective Theories.
Undergraduate projects ("Trabajo de Grado")
If you should like to have a look into
theoretical particle physics, theoretical nuclear physics (high
energy), neutron stars, or quantum field theory, I can suggest
you a topic. I can also put you in touch with the LHC
experimentalists if you should like to have a look at what they
are doing. Please contact me towards the end of your third year so you
have time to do summer reading.
We can also design you a masters level project, for our
Masters degree in theoretical physics
See our recent project in 2015: a little
for class demonstrations.
A lot of my time between 2007 and 2015 was taken up with departmental
duties as academic secretary (kind of a deputy director).
I coorganized QNP06,
the Fourth International Conference on Quarks and Nuclear Physics, in
and also a small meeting on Quark masses and
Hadron Physics, in June 2009, QH09.
Our last meeting at Complutense took place between August 30th and
September 3d 2010, the
IVth International Conference on Quark Confinement and the Hadron
See also the spanish
Physics School (Taller de Altas Energias).
I have recently coorganized an ECT* meeting
Nucleon Matrix Elements for New-Physics Searches
and a larger Seattle INT program on this topical field that
followed in 2015.
In 2016 I have acted as convener of Confinement XII in Thessaloniki, and
Spanish Hadron Network meeting in Madrid
I also support the series of seminars
of Theoretical Physics.
Collaborators and students
collaborators in my generation I had the pleasure to learn from
* My more senior
mentors these years
* Here are some more junior
people and students I tried to help along the way
Some research highlights
If you want to get an idea
of some of the things I work on
without wading through all those journal references, have a look;
that section is naturally always on the works