Dr. Ester Palmero Rodriguez
Ester M. Palmero received her B.Sc in Electronics Engineering and M.Sc in Industrial Engineering from the University of Jaén in 2007 and 2010, respectively. During that period, she obtained two grants to work in the Department of Chemical, Environmental and Materials Engineering to study the corrosion of different metals, particularly in CO2 absorption processes. In 2013 she joined the Group of Nanomagnetism and Magnetization Processes at the Institute of Materials Science of Madrid (ICMM-CSIC) where she dealt with the synthesis and characterization of magnetic nanostructures for information storage and sensing applications. During that period she got expertise in electrochemical synthesis of magnetic nanostructures; structural, magnetic and magneto-optical characterization; and experiments in synchrotron light facilities. In 2016, Dr. Palmero obtained her Ph.D. in Advanced Materials and Nanotechnologies from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. In 2017 she began her research activity at IMDEA Nanoscience as postdoctoral researcher in the Division of Permanent Magnets and Applications. She is responsible of 3D-printing technology of metallic powders.
- Enhanced magnetocrystalline anisotropy of Fe30Co70 nanowires by Cu additives and annealing, E.M. Palmero et al., Nanotechnology 27, 365704 (2016).
- Spin configuration of cylindrical bamboo-like magnetic nanowires, C. Bran et al., J. Mater. Chem. C,4, 978 (2016).
- Vortex domain wall propagation in periodically modulated diameter FeCoCu nanowire as determined by the magneto-optical Kerr effect, E.M. Palmero et al., Nanotechnology 26, 461001 (2015).