Cueva Group is an initiative of the astrophysicist Sergio Miranda-Aranguren, who after finished his doctoral studies in the Universitat de València (Spain), and return to his natal country, decide to promote the study of the plasma physics in particular under the description of the magnetohydrodynamics framework.
Sergio Miranda-Aranguren completed his Undergraduate and Master's degrees in Physics at the National University of Colombia and did his Ph.D. studies at the University of Valencia (Spain). He has belonged to the "Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology" research groups of the National Astronomical Observatory of Colombia and the "Relativistic Astrophysics Group" in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Valencia.
His research line focuses on the physics of relativistic plasmas, especially in the study of annihilation and reconnection of magnetic fields. The reconnection processes in the field of astrophysics can give explanations, to the observations made of violent and explosive events, such as the Gamma-Ray Burst, the Solar flares and Relativistic Jets from black holes. These studies are carrying out using the Relativist Resistive Magnetohydrodynamics (RRMHD) framework, which matches with other of his interests, the development of numerical methods for this formulation.
You can see some of his recent works here.