Dr. Elvira González Herrera
Physics from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) in 1998 with a work on high–Tc superconducting films and superlattices, which was awarded with the Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado. She worked on structural characterization of superlattices at University of California San Diego with Prof. Ivan K. Shuller. After this, she worked on magnetotuneling in 2DEG with Prof. Emilio E. Mendez in the University of New York at Stony Brook with a NATO postdoctoral fellowship. In 2001, she got a Ramon y Cajal research fel- low at Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas (UCM) to work in the fabrication of ordered nanostructures. Currently, she is Associated Professor in the Departamento de Fisica de Materiales (UCM) and in 2013 she joined IMDEA-Nanociencia as an Associated Scientist.
- Fabrication and structural characterization of nanostructures.
- Transport and magnetic properties of superconducting/magnetic hybrids.
- Low temperature properties of mesoscopic systems.
- “Control of Dissipation in Superconducting Films by Magnetic Stray Fields”. A. Gómez, et col. Applied Physics Letters 102, 052601 (2013). Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 052601 ((XXpp)) (2013)
- “Control of the Chirality and Polarity of Magnetic Vortices in Triangular Nanodots” M. Jaafar, et col. Physical Review B 81, 054439 (XXpp) (2010).
- “A Superconducting Reversible Rectifier That Controls the Motion of Magnetic Flux Quanta” J. E. Villegas, et col. Science 302, 1188-1191 (2003)
- “Superconducting Vortex Pinning with Artificial Magnetic Nanostructures” M. Velez, et col. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 320, 2547-2562 (2008).