Apolinario Miguel Tan

Miguel obtained his BS Applied Physics degree in 2017 with the distinction magna cum laude. For his undergraduate thesis work he used finite element analysis to simulate the dynamics of gas mixtures in CVD reaction chambers. He was also supported by a DOST Junior Level Science Scholarship. After briefly teaching at a senior high school, Miguel returned to NIP to complete the MS Physics program in 2021. He finished the ICTP Condensed Matter Physics Diploma Programme in 2022 and continued his PhD studies at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA).

MS Thesis: 

Quantum Fisher information and entanglement in an XY dimer

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BS Thesis: 

Computational fluid dynamics study of gas particle movement inside various chemical vapor deposition chamber geometries

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