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  RAMIS SORIANO, JAIME

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RAMIS SORIANO, JAIME
RAMIS SORIANO, JAIME
RUA

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I.U. FISICA APLICADA A LAS CIENCIAS Y LA
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Dr Jaime Ramis Soriano obtained his Undergraduate Degree in Physics from the University of Valencia (from now on, UV) in 1985, and earned his PhD degree in Physics from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) in November 1996. His career as a university lecturer can be divided in two periods. First, from 1993 to late 2006, he worked at the Universitat Politècnica de València (from now on, UPV) as a senior lecturer, and as a professor between 2003 and 2006. From 2007 and until today, he worked as a senior lecturer at the University of Alicante (from now on, UA). Dr Ramis has accredited three six-year research activity periods and five five-year teaching activity periods  Ever since he started his university career, his research and teaching work has focused on what is known as "acoustic engineering", and

more specifically on architectural acoustics and acoustic transducers. His research projects in these two fields have received public and private funding. His contributions both at the UPV and the UA revolve around these two topics.  From his early days at the UPV and until 2000, Dr Ramis was a member of research group ACARMA - Acústica Arquitectónica y del Medio Ambiente (Architectural and Environmental Acoustics). Between 2000 and 2006, he was the director of research group DISAO - Dispositivos y Sistemas Acústicos y Ópticos (Acoustic and Optical Devices and Systems) at the same university. Since he transferred to the UA in 2007, he has been a member of the research group in Applied Acoustics, which is managed by the University Institute of Physics Applied to Science and Technology (IUFACT). Since late 2010, he has focused his research efforts on industrial and environmental applications, namely modelling of absorbing materials using natural fibres, analysis of warning sounds in electric vehicles, quantification of biomass in floating cages (fish factories), and other applications based on acoustic characterisation and quality, as well as analysis of sound recordings. His participation in projects on the applications of low-frequency ultrasounds as a transducer designer is also noteworthy.