Jordi Baro Urbea graduated in Physics in 2010 from the University of Barcelona (UB), and obtained a MSc in Computational and Applied Physics in 2011 from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). PhD in Condensed Matter Physics by UB (2015). Postdoctoral fellow from 2015 to 2018 at the the Complexity Science Group, and the Dept. of Geoscience of the University of Calgary (UC), Canada. He is currently affiliated to the Centre of Mathematical Research (CRM) as an AXA postdoctoral fellow.
- Statistical features of acoustic emission in material failure.
- Transient phenomena in quasistatic models of avalanche dynamics.
- Emergent mechanisms self-organized criticality.
- Structural health monitoring through acoustic emission recording.
- Criticality and spatio-temporal correlations in fluid induced microseismicity.
- J. Baró, K. A. Dahmen, J. Davidsen, A. Planes, P. O. Castillo, G. F. Nataf, E. K. H. Salje, E. Vives, Experimental evidence of accelerated seismic release without critical failure in acoustic emissions of compressed nanoporous materials
Physical Review Letters 128, 245501 (2018)
- J. Baró, J. Davidsen, Universal avalanche statistics and triggering close to failure in a mean field model of rheological
fracture, Physical Review E 97, 033002 (2018)
- J. Baró, J.M. Martín-Olalla, F.J. Romero, M.C. Gallardo, E.K.H. Salje, E. Vives and A.
Planes, Avalanche correlations in the martensitic transition of a Cu-Zn-Al shape memory alloy: analysis
of acoustic emission and calorimetry. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. 26 - 12 (2014)
- J. Baró, Á. Corral, X. Illa, A. Planes, E. Salje, W. Schranz, D. Soto-Parra, and E. Vives, Statistical similarity between the compression of a porous material and earthquakes, Physical Review Letters 110, 088702 (2013)
- J. Baró, and E. Vives, Analysis of power-law exponents by maximum-likelihood maps, Physical Review E 85 (6) 066121 (2012)