- Introductory courses as a link between General and Higher Education.
- Information and communication technologies in teaching.
- Computer-supported education.
- Development of professional skills from first-year university courses.
- Low cost technologies for Physics teaching experiments in developing countries.
- Applied Mathematics and education development.
- Development of strategies and tools for on-line Physics teaching experiments.
Characterization of linear light sources with the smartphone’s ambient light sensor
I. Salinas, M. H. Giménez, J.A. Monsoriu, and J. C. Castro-Palacio, The Physics Teacher 56, 562 (2018).
Direct visualization of mechanical beats by means of an oscillating smartphone
M. H. Giménez, J. C. Castro-Palacio, and J. A. Monsoriu, The Physics Teacher 55 (2017) 424.
Diffraction and spatial structure of electronic components of everyday use: motivating experiences for engineering students
J. J. Barreiro, A. Pons, J. C. Barreiro, J. C. Castro-Palacio, J. A. Monsoriu, Am. J. Phys. 82 (2014) 257-261.
Cover of Volume 82, Issue 3, March 2014, American Journal of Physics.
A quantitative analysis of coupled oscillations using mobile accelerometer sensors
J. C. Castro-Palacio, L. Velázquez-Abad, F. Giménez, J. A. Monsoriu, Eur. J. Phys. 34 (2013) 737–744.
Highlighted in Advances In Engineering website.
Using the mobile phone acceleration sensor in Physics experiments: free and damped harmonic oscillations
J. C. Castro-Palacio, L. Velázquez-Abad, M. H. Giménez, J. A. Monsoriu, Am. J. Phys. 81 (2013) 472-475.
Pioneer article on smartphone sensors and Physics teaching experiments in Higher Education.
You can find more on SmartPhysics project website.