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     Date Submitted:20-11-2013
     Last Modified:25-11-2013 (11:20)
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     Current job:Postdoctoral researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     KeywordsElectronic RF instrumentation at space observation
    My prime interests are detectors and astronomy instrumentation for space application. In the years that I have worked in engineering and research, I have built a strong background in electronic instrumentation from DC to microwave frequency. I'm interested in innovative ideas on physics and microwave circuitry. I have knowledge in the design and calibration, as well as extensive experience using vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, lock-in amplifiers and signal generators, for the characterization of different kind of sensors.

    I have also worked with different cryogenic techniques (He-3, He-4 continuous flow and closed cycle cryostats). Most recently, I'm developing a new cryogenic system for cosmology down to 100mK, where it is required adiabatic demagnetization refrigerator (ADR).

    So, I would like to summarize that I have worked in a variety of projects and technology areas (e.g. space detection, wireless applications, magnetic sensors, instrumentation, etc.), which allowed me to have a strong background in new technologies at theoretical and practical level.
    Postdoctoral researcher, TU Delft (CosmoNanoscience Group), Delft (Netherlands). 2013–Present
    Tasks performed:
    - Design of a new experimental setup (i.e. electronic hardware and mechanical design) for a new space instrument detector for the APEX telescope in the Atacama desert (Chile). A signal from the universe will be decomposed in different frequency components by superconducting striplines and detected in the microwave frequency range.
    - I’m working in a team for a new instrument called Delft-SRON High-redshift Mapper (DESHIMA), which will be realized by TU Delft in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute for Space Research (SRON).
    - Negotiation in the purchase of different equipments.
    Technical engineer, Técnicas Reunidas, Madrid (Spain). 2012–2012
    Tasks performed:
    - Technical engineer specialist in nuclear level sources and transmitters.
    - Direct contact with the End Customer and Suppliers, in order to define the technical applications.
    - Compilation, implementation, revision and emission of technical engineering specifications.
    - Requisition for inquiry (RFI) and for purchase (RFP).
    - Datasheet preparation.
    - Calculation, checked and marked of instrument equipments in the P&ID’s.
    - Technical query reports.
    - Weekly and monthly project progress report.
    Researcher,  Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Magnetrans Group), Madrid (Spain). 2007–2012
    Tasks performed:
    - Knowledge, design, calibration and extensive use of experimental setup for the characterization of sensors from DC to microwave as a function of current and external magnetic field (used for wireless application, ultrasensitive field detectors, etc.).
    - Strong background in electronic circuits (analytical and simulation modeling).
    - Interfacing and drive designing using LABVIEW. Data analysis, fitting, scripting and numerical simulations in MATLAB. Scientific plotting and programming using Origin.
    - Vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, Lock-in amplifiers and signal generators
    - Cryogenic techniques - Operations of He-3, He-4 continuous flow and closed cycle cryostats.
    - Experience with high magnetic fields (up to 5 T).
    - Oral talks and posters contributions in international conference (More information in my web site).
    - Management and supervision of PhD students.
    - Member from organizing committee of international summer school and conference in 2009.
    ade in our laboratory.
    Teaching assistant, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid,  Madrid (Spain). 2009–2012
    Tasks performed:
    - Experimental techniques- Master Course of Physics on the subject of "noise and transport properties" in the Nanomagnetism course
    - Theoretical Master Classes of Condensed Matter Physics on the subject of "Nanomagnetism: transport properties and noise"
    Visiting Researcher, CNRS- University of Nancy, Nancy (France). 2009 (2 months)
    Tasks performed:
    - Install a state of the art of Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) for the growth of thin films
    - Lithography patterning and device fabrication.
    Research collaboration, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid (Spain). 2006
    Tasks performed:
    - Arfrisol project collaboration on the study of the implementation of new materials in solar panel cells.
    Commercial-Technical engineer,  Emerson Process Management S.A., Madrid (Spain). 2001–2004
    Tasks performed:
    - Selecting instruments according to customer specifications (pressure, temperature, flow, level or analytical), choosing the optimum techniques for each process (e.g. waveguide radar, pressure, etc.).
    - Study, implementation and monitoring of project offers received from the engineering such as REPSOL YPF, CEPSA, FERTIBERIA, etc. with direct contact with the end customer.
    - I would like to remark:
             - Customer service with the client.
             - Preparation and compilation of the documentation required by the customer orders.
             - Monitoring of the factory orders.
             - Compliance with business objectives specified for each year.
    - Internal training courses from EPM:
             - Different types of technologies in the measurement and data acquisition elements.
             - Instrument selection according to application type of technology.
             - Working under rules prescribed and procedures.
    2008–2012 PhD in Physical Science, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), Madrid (Spain).
    2007–2008 MAS/MSc in Condensed Matter Physics and Nanotechnology, UAM, Madrid (Spain).
    2000–2006 Bachelor of Physical Science (Applied Physics), UAM, Madrid (Spain), .
    2013 Submm and terahertz physics and applications, TU Delft, Delft (Netherlands).
    2013 Electronics for Physicists course, TU Delft, Delft (Netherlands).
    Language: Spanish Mother tongue
    Language: English Speak: Fluent / Write: Fluent / Read: Fluent
    COMPUTER SKILLS: (The number represent years of experience)
    Labview(6), Matlab(4), Qt-GNUoctave(4), Origin Lab(8), Solidworks(4), Python(1), Mathcad(1), Qucs(3), Latex(7), Microsoft Office(11), Adobe Photoshop(6), Inkscape(6), Intools(1), Blender(2).
    Operating Systems: Windows 7/Vista/XP, Linux, Mac OS X.
    o POSTER, Low temperature devices (LTD15), Pasadena, California (2013). "Cryostat design for DESHIMA".
    o 24th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology, Groningen (2013).
    o FP7 workshop, Utrecht (2013).
    o Talk MARCH Meeting 2012, EEUU (2012). "Shot noise in double barrier epitaxial magnetic tunnel junctions". Oral talk presented by F. Aliev.
    o POSTER GEFES, Spain (2012). "Low frequency noise due to magnetic inhomogeneities in submicron FeCoB/MgO/FeCoB magnetic tunnel junctions".
    o POSTER Recent Trends in Nanomagnetism, Spintronics and their Applications, Spain (2011). "Magnetic inhomogeneities in submicron magnetic tunnel junctions analyzed through random telegraph noise".
    o Talk Recent Trends in Nanomagnetism, Spintronics and their Applications, Spain (2011). "Noise spectroscopy in fully epitaxial Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions".
    o POSTER Recent Trends in Nanomagnetism, Spintronics and their Applications, Spain (2011). "Magnetic inhomogeneities in submicron magnetic tunnel junctions analyzed through random telegraph noise".
    o POSTER Recent Trends in Nanomagnetism, Spintronics and their Applications, Spain (2011). "Influence of carbon-doping on 1/f noise in fully epitaxial Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions".
    o Talk WORKSHOP NANOBIOMAGNET, Spain (2010). "Experimental Setup for noise measurement up to 20GHz: Presentation and preliminary results".
    o Talk 55th Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Conference, EEUU (2010). "Noise spectroscopy in fully epitaxial Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions". Oral talk presented by F. Aliev.
    o POSTER NANOSPAIN-CONF2010, Spain (2010). "Oscillatory dependence of magnetoresistance with bias voltage in Fe/MgO/Fe/MgO/Fe epitaxial double magnetic tunnel junctions with dielectric breakdown".
    o POSTER NANOSPAIN-CONF2010, Spain (2010). "Strongly suppressed 1/f noise and enhanced magnetoresistance due to reduced interface mismatch in epitaxial Fe/MgO /Fe magnetic tunnel junctions".
    o POSTER XVI INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL NICOLOS CABRERA, Spain (2009). "Oscillatory dependence of magnetoresistance with bias voltage in Fe/MgO/Fe/MgO/Fe epitaxial double magnetic junctions with dielectric Breakdown".
    o Talk Final FoNE Conference, Spain (2009). "Asymmetric dependence of 1/f noise on bias in fully epitaxial Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions".
    o POSTER 2nd FoNE Workshop SpiCo, SPINTRA and SPINCURRENT, Italy (2008). "Oscillatory voltage dependence of magnetoresistance in Fe/MgO/Fe/MgO/Fe epitaxial double magnetic junctions with pinholes".
    o POSTER 1st FoNE Conference NANOELECTRONICS, Italy (2008). "Bias dependent spin-dependent conductivity and low frequency noise in epitaxial Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions".
    o Talk IEEE International Magnetics Conference "INTERMAG-EUROPE", Spain (2008). "High bias tunneling magnetoresistance and low frequency noise in fully epitaxial Fe/C/MgO/Fe (001) magnetic tunnel junctions". Oral talk presented by F. Aliev.
    o Talk March meeting of the American Physical Society, EEUU (2008). "High bias voltage effect on spin-dependent conductivity and low frequency noise in epitaxial Fe/MgO/Fe magnetic tunnel junctions". Oral talk presented by F. Aliev.
    o POSTER Joint EUROCORES FONE "SpiCo-SPINCURRENT-Spintra", Italy (2007). "Single Crystal Fe/MgO/Fe (001) Magnetic Tunnel Junctions with Large Output Voltage and Extremely Low Noise".
    o POSTER Joint EUROCORES FONE "SpiCo-SPINCURRENT-Spintra", Italy (2007). "Domain wall magnetoresistance and low frequency noise as a function current density in [Fe/Cr]10 multilayers".
    MEMBERS FROM THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE, September 2009.  Miraflores de La Sierra, Spain
    Members from the organizing committee of the International Summer School Nicolas Cabrera
    Members from the organizing committee of the International congress
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