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Miquel Barceló García

Miquel Barceló García is an aeronautical engineer and Doctor in Computer Studies from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, where he is Chair Professor in Computer Languages and Systems.

The author of diverse articles and scientific essays, he has also written short stories, novels and science-fiction essays. To date he has published two novels, both written together with Pedro Jorge Romero, Testimoni de Narom (1998), winner of the Julio Verne prize (Andorra), and El otoño de las estrellas (2001). He is also the author of Ciencia ficción: Guía de lectura (1990), of which a new revised and extended edition was published in April 2004.

He is the editor of the "Nova" collection from Ediciones B, which specialises in science fiction, president of the association Unidos por la Ciencia Ficción -which awards the Polytechnic University of Catalonia's International Prize and editor of the collection "Quaderns UPCF". He is also a member of other national and international societies of professionals in this genre.


Notícia nova de Catalunya

Consideracions crítiques sobre la historiografía catalana als cinquanta anys de notícia de Catalunya de Jaume Vicens i Vives

Has participated in

2015 Science at Christmas

With Amb Ricard Solé, Miquel Barceló, Elio Quiroga and Ramon López de Mántaras