José M. De Teresa

University of Zaragoza-CSIC, Spain


José M. De Teresa joined the Council of Research of Spain (CSIC), Madrid, Spain in 2001 as a Permanent Scientist. He was promoted in 2010 to his present position as a Full Research Professor of CSIC at the Institute of Materials Science of Aragon (ICMA, Zaragoza), Spain. Also, he serves as an Associate Professor of the University of Zaragoza and Coordinator of the Spanish Network on Nanolithography (Nanolito) and of the Laboratory of Advanced Microscopies (LMA, INA). Previously, he finished his Ph.D. degree in colossal magnetoresistance in manganites at the Institute of Materials Science (ICMA, CSIC, University of Zaragoza) in 1997. Afterwards, he spent two years as a Postdoc in Nobel prize-winner Albert Fert’s Group in Orsay, France, where he worked on lithography and magnetic tunnel junctions. His main working field is spin electronics and nanofabrication by focused electron and ion beam induced processing. In 1997, he received the Award for Young Researchers from the Spanish Physics Royal Society, and in 2004, he received the Aragon Investiga Prize for Young Researchers awarded by the government of Aragon. Dr. Teresa has supervised 8 Ph.D. students. His current h-index is 30.

Biography Updated on 18 December 2012

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