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     Date Submitted:03-12-2012
     Last Modified:06-12-2012 (01:06)
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     Current job:Physicist
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsPhysics, materials science, electrooptics devices, radiofrecuency devices, lasers
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    Date of birth:            April 29th 1982

     

    Physicist.

    Experimental physicist with broad experience in magnetic materials, optic systems and electromagnetic waves, knowledge in lasers and electrooptics devices as photodetectors, liquid crystal and electric pulse generators. Experience in design and manufacture transmission lines and simulate electromagnetic fields, Rf devices as antennas and electronic design as photodetectors and experience in different kinds of characterization and fabrication techniques as Kerr-effect magnetometer, vibrating sample magnetometer, photolithography or pulsed laser deposition.

     

    Education


    2000 - 2006             Degree in Physics

                Complutense University of  Madrid

     

     

    2006 - 2007            Master in Applied Physics

                            Complutense University.

               

                            MASTER THESIS.

                            Study of solar cells to improve safety measure against hot spots formation.

     

    Project with ISOFOTON S.A company leader in photovoltaic sector where cells were subjected to electric and thermal control tests to improve measure to avoid high-temperature in solar cells.

     

    2006 (January-July) Supervised work                       

     

    Growth and characterization of complex oxides multilayers with ferromagnetic and superconductor layers.

     

    Working experience


    2006 (6months)            Maintenance and development of faculty website    

                Complutense University.

     

    2007-2008Physical science technician.

    Institute for Applied Magnetism.

     

    Research in microwires with RF absorption properties.

    Magnetostriction in microwires due to strain between ferromagnetic core and the     outer shell made up of glass gives RF absorption properties.

    Fabrication and magnetic and structural characterization of microwires were carried out.

    Absorption properties were measured by means of vector signal analyzer (VSA) Effects of aspect ratio and wire orientations were studied in paints with wires in colloidal dissolution, measuring its absorption properties in anechoic chamber.

     

    2008- Ph.D Research Student

     

    PhD THESIS.

    Spin dynamics in nanomaterials.

     

    Our work is based on the growth, conformation and structural, chemical and magnetic characterization of different simple, nanostructured systems having interest from their dynamic magnetic standpoint.

    Our goal is getting new information about the links between the morphology and the interactions acting on nanoelements arrays and their relaxational behaviour.

    My main task in this project is mounting a magnetooptic setup to measure the dynamic relaxation in these nanostructured systems.

    Study of laser light polarization changes owing to magnetization state of our systems is the basis of the experiment

    I have had to get acquainted with optic devices as lasers, photoconductive detectors, lens, filters, liquid crystals, etc.

    As the interesting dynamics is in picosecond and nanosecond time scale, different kind of transmission lines were fabricated to pump the systems with electromagnetic fields in radiofrequency range and nanosecond pulses, for this a custom pulse generator were designed with Electronic Department.

    To get the nanostructured systems pulsed laser deposition were used to grow the thin films and photolithography to get arrays of different motifs.

    Electromagnetic waves in transmission lines were simulated by means of COMSOL and hardware control by LabVIEW.

     

    Languages


    Spanish native, fluent in English and basic level of German.

     

    Skills


    Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and Project. Other software’s include Labview, Comsol, Fortran, Corel Draw, Auto Cad.

     

    Other


    I am keen on basketball, traveling and hiking.

     

    Publications


    1.     H.Bustos, D. Oyola, Y.Rojas, GA. Pareaz Alcazar, JM Gonzalez and D.Margineda. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2012.

    2.     A.Ruiz, E.Navarro, M.Alonso, P.Ferrer, D.Margineda, FJ. Palomares, F.Cebollada and J.Gonzalez.In Proceedings of the Euro-MBE, 2011

    3.     D.Margineda, C.Aguilera, P.Romero, JP. Gonzalez-Elipe, A.Espinos, FJ.Palomares, F.Cebollada and J. Gonzalez. Proceedings of VI GEFES meeting, 2010

    4.     D.Margineda, JA. Alonso, R.Cortes-Gil, FJ.Palomares, F.Cebollada and J. Gonzalez. Proceedings of VI GEFES meeting, 2010.

    5.     D.Margineda, MªC. Alonso-García, P.Sánchez-Friera. In Proceedings of IX Congreso Iberoamaericano de energía solar, 2008.


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