Juan Escrig (1980) obtained his degree in applied physics from the University of Santiago de Chile, Santiago, Chile, in 2003. He did his Ph.D. research on magnetostatic interactions between magnetic nanostructures at the University of Santiago de Chile. In 2008 he moved to the University of Santiago de Chile, where he took the position of Assistant Professor. He has been pioneer in the area of magnetic nanowires and nanotubes, developing several new methods to calculate the magnetic coercivity of nanowires and nanotubes as a function of the angle at which the external field is applied.
Biography Updated on 4 July 2015