Francisco Guinea obtained his BSc (1975) in Physics from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and the Phd at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (1980) . He obtained a Fullbright Fellowship and worked at the University of California, Santa Barbara, during the years 1982-1984. He became Assistant Professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in 1985, and Senior Researcher at the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas in 1987. He has been visiting Professor at the University of Michigan, 1991- 1992, and visiting Researcher at the University of California San Diego, 1997, and Boston University, 2004-2005. He has stayed for shorter periods at a number of institutions worldwide, like IBM Rüschlikon, Kernforschunganlage Jülich, DIPC, San Sebastián, ICTP, Trieste, ENS, Par´s, and many more. He joined Imdea Nanoscience in January 2005.
F. G. has published over 400 scientific papers, with an h-index of 75 and more than 50 papers with over 100 citations. He has received a number of awards, including the biannual National Prize for Physics (Spain), and the Gold Medal of the Spanish Physical Society.
|Position||Senior Research Professor|
|Telephone number||+34 91 299 8804|
I completed my PhD at the ICMM, Madrid, and did my first postdoc at KTH, Stockholm. Now I am an “Atracción de Talento” postdoctoral fellow at IMDEA Nanociencia. My research work and interests are in topological states of matter, particularly Dirac matter, both two dimensional (like graphene) and three dimensional (Weyl/Dirac semimetals). I am interested in quantum and topological transport in these materials, specially that related to quantum anomalies. Not only electric transport, but also thermal transport, and on the fundamentals of its relation to geometric properties of the underlying quantum theory. Besides this, I am also interested in magnetism in Dirac matter, and other topics related to topological and quantum properties of matter.
|Telephone no.||+34 91 299 8806|
Pierre Pantaleón obtained his PhD in physics at the Manchester University in 2019. He joined the theoretical modelling group in the same year and his research is about correlated effects, superconductivity and topological properties of twisted and untwisted graphene multilayers and related moiré materials.
|Telephone no.||+34 91 299 8802|
Alejandro Jimeno Pozo obtained his BSc in Physics (2017) and MSc in Nanophysics and Advanced Materials (2020) from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He then joined the group of Prof. Francisco Guinea at the IMDEA Nanociencia institute where he is currently working as a PhD student on theoretically modelling the electronic properties of graphene-based materials. His research interests mainly include Many-Body Physics, 2D Materials, and Artificial Intelligence.
|Telephone no.||+34 91 299 8809|
I am a PhD student in the group of Prof. Paco Guinea. Our research is focused on twisted bilayer graphene junctions. In particular, we want to understand the effects of angle disorder and predict signatures of topological superconductivity in devices made of this material. I studied a masters in physics at ETH Zurich and a bachelors in physics at the Autonomous University of Madrid. My research interests include 2D materials, superconductivity and quantum computation.
|Telephone no.||+34 91 299 8808|
2021-2022. Hector Sainz, Andreas Sinner, Tommaso Cea, Francisco Guinea, Yago Ferreirós, Pierre Pantaleón, Alejandro Jimeno and Kuang Xueheng