Dr. Antonio F Miguel is an Associate Professor of Physics at University of Evora, Portugal. He is also a member of Institute of Earth Sciences, Portugal. Previously, he has been a visiting professor at Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2000-2006). Dr. Miguel's received his Ph.D. in applied physics from Wageningen University (1998). Dr. Miguel's research covers a wide range of topics in applied physics and engineering science. His research explores the rich variety of generation of design (configuration, patterns, rhythm) in natural flow systems. This also include self-organization and scaling laws which relate how system features change with size or other property. Another topic of his interests is the suspension flow through ramified and complex flow structures. For Dr. Miguel's work in porous media and complex flow structures, he was awarded as Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of High Energetic Materials, Australia (2013).