Link to publication: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-14150-w
Fernando Aguilar-Galindo Rodríguez got his B.Sc. in Chemistry (2013) and his M.Sc. in Theoretical Chemistry (2015) at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain). Then, in 2019, he got the PhD in the same university, in close collaboration with the Institut des … Continue reading
Atomic-scale dissection of molecular flashes Molecules are perceived as the ultimate compound for future electronic and optoelectronic devices of extremely low dimension. In such a molecular circuit, each molecule can hold specific functionalities such as carrying electronic current, emitting photons, … Continue reading
Taming ultrafast electrons with light The technological achievements in electronics have been absolutely impressive over the course of the last decades with a major impact to the society that has drastically evolved towards the digital age. The fundamental principle behind … Continue reading
Javier Aizpurua is happy to be named a @webofscience Highly Cited Researcher 2019. See the full list at https://bit.ly/32erZjx#HighlyCited2019
Carlos Maciel has came back from his three months internship at Chalmers University of Technology collaborating with Timur Shegai’s group in the division of Bionanophotonics. During his internship, toghether with Dr. Denis Baranov, he studied strong coupling features that may … Continue reading
Bruno Candelas has joined our group as a new PhD student! Bruno obtained his bachelor’s degree in physics in the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Last September he finished his master’s degree in Quantum Science and Technology, in UPV/EHU too, where … Continue reading
Garnett Bryant, from NIST in Gaithersburg, USA, is visiting us during these days. Today he will give a seminar on ‘Plasmonic quantization from first principles’.
Roberto A. Boto has joined our group as a new postdoctoral researcher! Roberto received his M. Sc. in theoretical chemistry from University of Oviedo, Spain in 2013. He obtained his PhD degree from Sorbonne University, France, in 2016. Then he … Continue reading
Andrea Konecna successfully defended her thesis on the theoretical description of the interaction of fast electrons and nanostructures. Congratulations Andrea!