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Joan

Agell i Torrents, Joan
Sanaüja, Segarra 1809 - Barcelona 1968

Physicist. He was Professor of theoretical mechanics (1835) and of experimental physics (1841) at the Institut de Barcelona. He was also Professor of chemistry (1845) at the Faculty of Science at the Universitat de Barcelona.

Assumpció

Català i Poch, Assumpció
Barcelona 1925 - Barcelona 2009

Mathematician, physicist, astronomer. Dr. Català started her astronomy work in 1952, a time of economic recession in Spain and also of the nearly complete absence of women in Spanish universities. In fact, she was the first woman to become an astronomer in the universities of Spain.

Josep

Estalella i Graells, Josep
Vilafranca del Penedès 1879 - Barcelona 1938

Chemist, physicist. He got his Ph.D. degree at the University of Barcelona, where he was a teacher from 1899 to 1905. In 1905 he won the professorship of physics and chemistry at the Institut de Girona and in 1919 he became director of physics and chemistry at the Instituto-Escuela de Madrid.

Ramon

Jardí i Borràs, Ramon
Tivissa, Ribera d'Ebre 1881 - Barcelona 1972

Physicist. Member of the Acadèmia de Ciències i Arts (1914). He was a teacher in the school of Electricitat de la Universitat Industrial (1917) and Professor of the University of Barcelona from 1930 to 1951.

Pere

Pascual i de Sans, Pere
Sevilla 1934 - Barcelona 2006

Physicist. Son of Josep Pascual i Vila and Montserrat de Sans i Coret. He was born in Sevilla in 1934, where his father was Professor of Organic Chemistry. In 1936 his family moved to Barcelona.

Isidre

Pòlit i Buxareu, Isidre
Alella 1880 - Barcelona 1958

Astronomer, physicist, mathematician. "He used to explain that as a kid, on the way back from Badalona to Alella at night, he had fallen in love with the firmament from contemplating the starry sky so much." Joseph M. Casals' words in memory of Isidre Pòlit exemplify a passion for astronomy that accompanied the career of this scientist from an early age.

Manuel

Puigcerver i Zanón, Manuel
València 1922 - Barcelona 2020

Physicist, meteorologist. Degree in Physical Sciences from the University of Valencia, PhD in Physical Sciences from the University of Barcelona, Master of Science in Meteorology from the University of Chicago, and Professor of Air Physics at the University of Barcelona.

Josep Maria

Vidal i Llenas, Josep Maria
Valls 1913 - Barcelona 2019

Physicist, meteorologist. He was born in Valls in 1913. He graduated in Physics and Chemistry at the University of Barcelona (1934) and received his Ph.D. in Physical Sciences at the Complutense University of Madrid (1944), with a thesis on the electrical conductivity of air, directed by the Dr. Isidre Pòlit (Alella, 1880 - Barcelona, 1958).