I am Associate Professor of Electronics (Applied Physics Department, University of Salamanca).
I received my MSc degree in Electronics Physics in 1997, and the PhD in 2003. In the year 2004 I was in a postdoctoral stage at the Institut d’Electronique, Microélectronique et Nanotechnologies (IEMN) in Lille, France.
I teach at the Faculty of Science: in the course 2020-2021 I teach in the Computer Science and Physics degrees and in the MSc in Physics. I was previously teaching at the Politechnical Superior School in Zamora (Viriato Campus) in the Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering and Computer Engineering in Information Systems degrees. I am part of the teaching innovation group G-Relé, devoted to innovating in the teaching techniques for Electronics in Engineering and Science degrees.
My research activity has been focused in Monte Carlo models for the study of electronic transport, dynamic behaviour and high-frequency noise in materials and devices, with particular focus on Silicon novel transistors and graphene. At the present time, the main objective of my research is the study of graphene and other novel 2D materials for ultrafast dynamics and THz regime applications.