Students
PhD thesis
 Miquel Marchena, PhD student of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya: Development and application of atrial myocyte models to investigate mechanisms that confer patients a high risk of atrial fibrillation.
 Eduardo Moreno, PhD student of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya: Computer modeling of the polarity and amoeboid motion of living cells.
 Martí Català, PhD student of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya: Computer modeling of tuberculosis lesions dynamics.
 Gustavo Montes: One year visiting PhD student of the Universidad Federal de Juiz de Fora (Brazil): Uncertainty Quantificarion and Stochastic Variables for Models of Cardiac Myocytes.
Finished
 Pedro André Arroyo: One year visiting PhD Student of the Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora (Brazil): Semicontinuum approach to discreteness.
Master thesis
 Nica Gutu: Biochemical model for the amoeboid motion of Dictyostelium discoideum cells (Master in Physics Engineering, 2020).
Finished
 Nora Wieczorek i Masdeu: Numerical model of cardiac electromechanics (Master in Mathematics, 2019).
 Thomas Prade: Measurement of sarcoplasmic reticulum passive leak current and its relation with spark characteristics in atrial myocytes (Master in Photonics, 2019).

David Conesa: Integration of a subcellular calcium model with cardiac action potential in human atria. (Master on Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry 2019).

Nikolina Krizanec: Mathematical modeling of calcium handling dysfunctions leading to atrial fibrillation (Master on Advanced Mathematics and Mathematical Engineering, 2017)
 Miquel Marchena: Development of a computational model of calcium singalling in cardiac cells at the submicron scale (Master on Atomistic and Multiscale Computational Modelling in Physics, Chemistry and Biochemistry 2016).
Bachelor thesis
Finished
 Ivan Caro Mañas: Continuation methods: application to a biophysical problem (Mathematics, 2019)
 Miquel Bosch: Effect of reactive oxygen species in the development of cardiac arrhythmias (Physics Engineering, 2019)
 Montserrat Torres: Stability of intracellular calcium in cardiac myocytes (Mathematics, 2019).
 Nora Wieczorek: Mechanisms of control of cardiac alternans (Mathematics, 2018).

David Conesa: Analysis of homeostatic regulation in cardiac cells (Physics Engineering, 2018).
 Luis Martin: Coordination of calcium alternans in ventricular ZPlanes due to recovery from inactivation of RyR2 (Physics Engineering, 2017).
 Ferran Pla: Study of calcium sparks and calcium wave propagation in cardiac cells (Mathematics, 2016).
 Pol Canal: Measurement and modeling of atrial cell electrodynamics and atrial arrhythmias (Physics Engineering, 2016).
 Guillem Sanchís: Simulation of calcium release units in cardiomyocytes to study pulsus alternans (Physics Engineering, 2016).
 David Casas: Gpuaccelerated simulations of the chemotactic response of amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum (Physics Engineering, 2016).
Internship students
 Katerina Krassakopoulou: Computational modelling of interactions between immune system and Mycobacterium tuberculosis inside an alveolus (Erasmus+ student from University of Patras, 2019).
 Friedrich Puttkammer: Biophysical computational modeling of the intracellular electrophysiology of a single cardiac cell (Biophysics, 2019, student from the Humboldt University of Berlin)
 Miquel Bosch: Effect of reactive oxygen species in the development of cardiac arrhythmias (Physics Engineering, 2019)
 Maria Franz: Deterministic and stochastic modeling of calcium dynamics (Biochemistry, 2019, student from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)
 David Conesa: Analysis of homeostatic regulation in cardiac cells (Physics Engineering, 2018)
 Dafni Giannari: Comparison study of the Electrophysiology of neurons and cardiac cells. (Erasmus+ student from University of Patras, 2018).
 Pablo Navarro: From ABM to continuous: A tuberculosis alveolar infection model (Physics Engineering. 2018).