José Carlos Jiménez-Sáez

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

José Carlos Jiménez-Sáez was born in 1968. He received the degree of Licenciado in physics (specialty in electronics and material physics) in 1991. In that year, he served as a Designated Lecturer at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain. In 2002, Jiménez-Sáez received his Ph.D. degree in physics. His thesis entitled “Analysis of metallic interfaces and their modifications by ionic bombardment” received the “cum laude” distinction. In 2003, Jiménez-Sáez became Honorific Collaborator at the Department of Applied Physics III of the Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain. In 2008, he got promoted to be a Full Academic Lecturer at the Department of Physics and Chemistry Applied to Engineering, Polytechnic University of Madrid. He is an expert in molecular dynamics simulation of radiation-matter interaction processes and material mechanical characterization processes, especially in the field of solid state device fabrication technologies. He is presently collaborating with the Department of Applied Physics III in the simulation and modeling of novel solid state devices based on nanotechnology. His present lines of work include the study of thin-film growth and compound material characterization both by molecular dynamics simulation.

Biography Updated on 21 January 2013

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