CALL OPEN now for PhD @ICMAB.
MSCA-COFUND “INPhINIT” project from “La Caixa”. (http://icmab.es/predoctoral-positions-at-icmab-within-la-caixa-doctoral-fellowships-inphinithttp://icmab.es/predoctoral-positions-at-icmab-within-la-caixa-doctoral-fellowships-inphinit). DEADLINE: 6 February 2019.
I propose research projects related to “Neuromorphic vision engineering of optical properties in quantum wells” and “Nanophotonic metasurfaces with enhanced functionality and topological properties“. Click on the titles for details on my projects.
Seminar about neuromorphic photoconductive systems, 20 February, UAB Campus:
Check out our latest publications on magnetoplasmonic couplers
We have studied the magneto-optic responses of magnetoplasmonic couplers in a variety of platforms, including commercial digital disks. Our study reveals pathways to exploit enhanced optical functionality, of potential interest for other nanophotonic devices, such as metasurfaces.
Non-reciprocal diffraction in magnetoplasmonic gratings, https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.26.034842
Unexpected large transverse magneto-optic Kerr effect at quasi-normal incidence in magnetoplasmonic crystals, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmmm.2018.12.036
Our group has collaborated in a study published in Nature Physics about a “Giant topological Hall Effect”
The study, led by the group of Manuel Bibes, from Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales (France), published in Nature Physics on October 15, 2018, describes the discovery of a giant topological Hall effect arising from the topology of spatial distribution of spin textures.
WELCOME NEW STUDENTS (Bachelor Theses):
Xavi Domingo: Project “Neuromorphic Photonic Devices using Photoconductive Quantum Wells”
Òscar Díaz: Project “Neuromorphic Photonic Devices using Photoconductive Quantum Wells”
Guillem Müller: Project “Topological Photonic Metasurfaces”
Researcher at the Institute for Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB), Laboratory of Multifunctional Oxides and Complex Structures (MULFOX). My research is focused on functional materials of interest for electronics and photonics.
You can contact me at: email@example.com
In situ imaging of ferroelastic domains under electric fields.
Blai Casals et a., Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 217601 (2018), https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.217601