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Anastasio Díaz-Sánchez has been Associate Professor at 'Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena' (Cartagena, Spain) since 2001. He obtained his degree in Physics at `UNED' (Madrid, Spain) in 1994, and his Ph.D. with European Mention at 'Universidad de Murcia' (Murcia, Spain) in 1999. He enjoyed postdoctoral fellowships at 'IFW institut' (Dresden, Germany) and at 'University of Naples Federico II' (Naples, Italy). He was working in Condensed-Matter Physics and Nanotechnology until 2004. Since then, he is working in Astrophysics in close collaboration with the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands (IAC). He has been working in the search and study of exoplanets, low-mass stars, globular clusters, cluster of galaxies and strong lensing galaxies at high redshift. He has made use of multiwavelength observational data, both photometric and spectroscopic observations, taken with the most advanced facilities. Among his most relevant discoveries are the brightest lensed galaxy 'Cosmic Eyebrow', and the spectacular strong lensing star-forming galaxies 'Molten Ring' and 'Cosmic Seahorse'. He has also participated in the development of some astronomical instruments, i.e., FastCam camera that allows to take high-resolution angular images from terrestrial telescopes. He is an active member of the Euclid Consortium.
Premio de Investigación de carácter regional