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     Date Submitted:04-09-2015
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     Current job:Associate Researcher
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Europe only
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     KeywordsPhotonics, Additive Manufacturing, Optics, Project Management
    CV

                 Nationality: Spanish

                 Date of Birth: 22nd April 1979


     

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2010                  Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM), Faculty of Physics

                              PhD in Photonics Science

                              Dissertation Title: "MagnetoPlasmonics: MagnetoOptics in Plasmonics Systems"

                                     

    2005                  Complutensis University of Madrid (UCM), Faculty of Physics

                              Physics Bachelor of Science

                              Specialized in Optics and Dynamic Control System

     

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    2013-Present      Associate Researcher, IK4-LORTEK Technological Center, Ordizia, Spain

                              Technical responsible developing additive fabrication solutions required by industrial companies

                              Optimization of selective laser melting technique for industrial strategic materials (IN718, Ti6Al4V, AlSi10Mg)

                              Technical manager of MERLIN and TIFAN european research projects

     

    2011-2013         Post-Doctoral Researcher, CIC nanoGUNE Consolider, Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain

                              Designed, assembled and calibrated a compact magneto-optical kerr effect magnetometer (SAMOKEM)

                              Extended generalized magneto-optical ellipsometry (GME) technique to anisotropic materials

    Published 8 journal articles

     

    2010-2011         Math and Physics Personal Tutor, Self-Employed, Madrid, Spain

                              Provided support to undergraduate students

     

    2005-2010         Research Assistant, Madrid Microelectronics Institute (IMM-CSIC), Madrid, Spain

                              Optimized magneto-optical spectrometers

                              Produced significant contributions to the starting field of magnetoplasmonics

                              Developed specific software to analyze sub-wavelength optical structures

                              Published 13 journal articles

     

     

    RELEVANT SKILLS

     

    Project Management

                 Responsible for the developments of proposals within the new Horizon2020 research framework

                 Co-responsible, principal prototype designer and partner coordinator of the SAMOKEM national project

                 Experienced in several other national and international projects (see Appendix I)

                 Accustomed to meet scientific and administrative deadlines

     

    Laboratory Equipment

    Technique

    Function

    Experience

    - Selective Laser Melting

    Additive Manufacturing

    Expert

    - Laser Metal Deposition

    Additive Manufacturing

    Proficient

    - Vibrating Sample Magnetometry

    Magnetic Characterization

    Expert

    - Generalized Magneto-Optical Ellipsometry

    Optical Characterization

    Expert

    - Transverse Kerr Plasmonic Ellipsometry

    Optical Characterization

    Expert

    - Polar Kerr Spectrography

    Optical Characterization

    Expert

     

     

    Computing

                              Scientific software                       Matlab and Origin (Expert), Lumerical and Labview (Advanced Beginner)

                              Programming languages               C++C (Proficient), FORTRAN and Java (Competent)

                              Office software                           Microsoft Office Suit, email and internet (Expert)

     

     

    ADDITIONAL SKILLS

     

    Analysis and Problem-Solving

                 Developed innovative ideas to solve challenging problems at day-to-day work and ongoing research projects.

                 Accustomed to form hypothesis, modeling and perform analysis of complex data.

                 Motivated to acquire new knowledge at every time, short learning curve.

     

    Languages       

                 Native Spanish

                 Fluent in English

     

    Communications & Outreach Management

                 Collaborator at CIC nanoGUNE Consolider spreading science to schools and institutes (2012-2013)

                 Partaker at the European PlayNano Game. Part of Play Decide Initiative. (2012-2013)

                 Partaker at the Spanish “Week of Science” (2005,2008-10, 2013-14)

                

                             

    LICENSES & CERTIFICATES

     

                 Languages:         English TOEFL Certificate [Reading 27/30, Listening 27/30, Speaking 20/30, Writing 27/30]

                 Transport:          Driving License (B class), Sailing License (PER)

     

     

    INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

     

    Besides my professional activities, I have also collaborated as reviewer, providing support to the Optical Society of America (OSA) and to the Institute of Physics (IOP). For instance, just during 2012-2014 I have reviewed more than 15 manuscripts for these institutions. In addition, every year I try to take part in the annual Week of Science, bringing science and technology closer to kids and non-scientific audiences.

     

    I have many interests, either physical (sports, dancing, travelling) or intellectual (mental sports, reading, teaching, movies, music). I regularly do different sports (running, swimming, cycling, golf), and regarding dancing, lindy-hop is my present goal, the forerunner dance of rock and roll, but I also dance salsa and merengue.

     

    In social contexts, I really enjoy to engage with my family and friends, looking for and giving rise to funny situations. Concerned of the current world injustices, I collaborate with ONGs like UNICEF, MSF, Save the Children and Red Cross. I have been brought up in respecting other cultures and beliefs and in being honest, so it is very important for me, and I always try to apply, the following three key points: to help and make people happy wherever I am, to demonstrate and promote transparency and integrity in every action I do, and to learn as much as possible from any kind of situation.

     

    REFEREES

     

    Dr. Jaime Ochoa (European Additive Manufacturing Project Manager) and Mr. Fermín Garcíandía (Principal Scientist)

    IK4-LORTEK, 20240 Ordizia, Gipuzkoa, Spain

    e-mail: jochoa@lortek.es, fgarciandia@lortek.es

     

    Dr. Mikel Alba (European Manager)

    EU-MAN, 20006 Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain

    e-mail: mikel@euman.es

     

    Dr. Andreas Berger and Dr. Paolo Vavassori (Post-Doc Supervisors)

    CIC nanoGUNEConsolider, 20018 Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain

    e-mail: a.berger@nanogune.eu, p.vavassori@nanogune.eu

     

    Prof. Gaspar Armelles and Dr. Antonio García-Martín (PhD Supervisors)

    Madrid Microelectronics Institute, 28760 Tres Cantos, Madrid, Spain

    e-mail: gaspar@imm.cnm.csic.es, antonio@imm.cnm.csic.es

     


     

    Appendix I – Participation in National and International Projects

     

     

    INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS

     

    Project Title:                             Manufacturing by SLM of TItanium FAN wheels (TIFAN)

    FinancialEntity:                       EU FP7-JTI-CS (Ref: 620093)

    Partners:                                    15 members from U.K., Germany, Poland, Sweden, Cyprus, France, and Spain

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:  October 1, 2013             Closing Date:  March 31, 2015

    Principal Researcher:              Dr. Alberto Echeverria

     

    Project Title:                             Development of aero engine component manufacture using laser additive manufacturing (MERLIN)

    Financial Entity:                      EU FP7-TRANSPORT (Ref: 266271)

    Partners:                                    15 members from U.K., Germany, Poland, Sweden, Cyprus, France, and Spain

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:  January 1, 2011             Closing Date:  December 31, 2014

    Principal Researcher:              Dr. John Boshwell

     

    Project Title:                             Transpyrenees Action on Advanced Infrastructures for Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies (TRAIN2)

    FinancialEntity:                       SUDOE Interreg IV B (SOE2/P1/E280)

    Partners:                                    11 members from France, Portugal and Spain

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:  January 1, 2011             Closing Date:  December 31, 2012

    Principal Researcher:              Prof. Manuel Ricardo Ibarra

     

    Project Title:                             Nanophotonics to realize molecular-scale Technologies (PHOREMOST)

    Financial Entity:                      EU Network of Excellence (IST-511616)

    Partners:                                   34 members from EU

    Duration:                                  Starting Date:  September 1, 2004        Closing Date:  September 1, 2008

    Principal Researcher:              Prof. CeferinoLópez

     

    Project Title:                             NANOstructured active MAGneto-plasmonicMAterials(NANOMAGMA)

    FinancialEntity:                       EU (NMP3-SL-2008-214107)

    Partners:                                                      11 members from 5 EU countries

    Duration:                                                    Starting Date:  November 1, 2008         Closing Date:  November 1, 2011

    Principal Researcher:              Dr. Antonio García Martín

     

     

    NATIONAL PROJECTS

     

    Project Title:                             Nanostructured Metamaterials for Tunable Magneto-Optical Devices

    FinancialEntity:                       Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad (MAT2012-36844)

    Partners:                                    nanoGUNE

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:  January 1, 2013             Closing Date:  December 31, 2015

    Principal Researcher:              Dr. Paolo Vavassori and Dr. Andreas Berger

     

    Project Title:                             Nanoscienceand Nanotechnology: Magnetism, Polimers, Photonics, Cements and Graphene (NANOIKER)

    FinancialEntity:                       Programa ETORTEK del Gobierno Vasco (IE11-304)

    Partners:                                    nanoGUNE, CEIT, DIPC, UPV-EHU

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:  January 1, 2011             Closing Date:  December 31, 2013

    Principal Researcher:              Prof. Jose María Pitarke de la Torre

     

    Project Title:                             MagneticNanostructureswithApplicationtoOptomagnetic Biosensors. (BIOOPTOMAG)

    Financial Entity:                      CSIC (200550F0122)

    Partners:                                    IMM-CNM-CSIC, IIQAB-CSIC, ICMM-CSIC, ICMB-CSIC. 

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:October 1, 2005               Closing Date:  October 1, 2007

    Principal Researcher:              Prof. Gaspar Armelles

     

    Project Title:                             Ordered MagneticNanostructures: Magnetism and MagnetoPlasmonics

    Financial Entity:                      Education & Science Ministry of Spain(MAT2005-05524-C02-0)

    Partners:                                    IMM-CNM-CSIC

    Duration:                                   Starting Date:  October 15, 2005           Closing Date:  October 14, 2008

    Principal Researcher:              Prof. Alfonso Cebollada.

     

    Project Title:                             Optical Microsystems for Biosensing(MICROSERES)

    FinancialEntity:                       Comunidad de Madrid. (S-0505/TIC-0191)

    Partners:                                                     UAM, IMM-CNM-CSIC, IEM-CSIC, INIA

    Duration:                                                    Starting Date:  January 1, 2006             Closing Date:  January 1, 2009             

    Principal Researcher:              Prof. Laura M. Lechuga

     


     

    Appendix II – List of Publications                                      Current h-Index: 11 (since 2007)

     

     

    1.    Improved Accuracy of the Inherent Shrinkage Method for Fast and More Reliable Welding Distortion Calculations

    A. Mendizabal, J.B. González-Díaz, M. San Sebastián and A. Echeverria

    J. Mater. Eng. Perform. (submitted)

     

    2.    Effect of IN718 recycled powder reuse on properties of partsmanufactured by means of Selective Laser Melting

    L. C. Ardila, F. Garciandia, J. B. González-Díaz, P. Álvarez, A. Echeverria, M.M. Petite, R. Deffley, and J. Ochoa

    Phys. Proc., 56, 99-107 (2014)

     

    3.    Unraveling the Relationship between Electromagnetic Field Intensity and the Magnetic Modulation of the Wave-Vector of Coupled Surface Plasmon Polaritons

    J.F. Torrado, J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín and G. Armelles

    New J. Phys., 15, 075025 (2013)

     

    4.    Polarizabilityand Magnetoplasmonic Properties of Magnetic General Nanoellipsoids

    N.Maccaferri, J.B. González-Díaz, S.Bonetti,A. Berger, M.Kataja, S. van Dijken, J.Nogués, V.Bonanni, Z.Pirzadeh, A.Dmitriev, J.Akerman and P.Vavassori

    Optics Express, 21, 9875 (2013)

     

    5.    Quantitative Magneto-Optical Characterization of Diffusive Reflected Light from Rough Steel Samples

    J.B. González-Díaz, J.A. Arregi, A. Martínez-de-Guerenu, F. Ariztiand A. Berger

    Journal of Applied Physics, 113, 153904 (2013)

     

    6.    Anomalous Magneto-Optical Behavior of Uniaxial Co/CoO Bilayer Films

    J.B. González-Díaz, J.A. Arregi, E. Bergaretxe, M. J. Fertin, O. Idígoras and A. Berger

    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 325, 147 (2013)

     

    7.    Study of Generalized Magneto-Optical Ellipsometry Measurement Reliability

    J.A. Arregi, J.B. González-Díaz,  E. Bergaretxe, O. Idígoras, T. Unsal and A. Berger

    Journal of Applied Physics, 111, 103912 (2012)

     

    8.    Tunable Magneto-Photonic Response of Nickel Nanostructures

    J.F. Torrado,J.B. González-Díaz, G. Armelles, A. García-Martín, A. Altube, M. López-García, J.F. Galisteo-López, A. Blanco and C. López 

    Applied Physics Letters, 99, 193109 (2011)

     

    9.    Unusual Magneto-Optical Behavior Induced by Local Dielectric Variations under Localized Surface Plasmon Excitations

    J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín and G. Armelles

    Nanoscale Research Letters, 6, 408 (2011)

     

    10.  Optical and Magneto-Optical Properties of Co – SiOx Thin Films

    R.Fermento, J.B.Gonzalez-Diaz, A.Cebollada, G.Armelles, M.Diaz, L.Martinez, E.Roman, and Y.Huttel

    Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 13, 2653 (2011)

     

    11.  Enhancement of the Magnetic Modulation of Surface Plasmon Polaritons in Au/Co/Au Films

    D. Martín-Becerra, J.B. González-Díaz, V.V. Temnov, A. Cebollada, G. Armelles, T. Thomay, A. Leitenstorfer, R. Bratschitsch, A. García-Martín, and M.U. González

    Applied Physics Letters, 97, 183114 (2010)

     

    12.  Cobalt Dependence of the Magneto-Optical Response in MagnetoplasmonicNanodisks

    J.B. González-Díaz, B. Sepúlveda, A. García-Martín, and G. Armelles

    Applied Physics Letters, 97, 043114 (2010)

     

    13.  Magneto-Optical Effects in Interacting Localized and Propagating Surface Plasmon Modes

    J.F. Torrado, J.B. González-Díaz, M.U. González, A. García-Martín, and G. Armelles

    Optics Express, 18, 15635 (2010)

     

    14.  Plasmon-Induced Magneto-Optical Activity in Nanosized Gold Disks

    B. Sepúlveda, J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín, L. Lechuga, and G. Armelles

    Physical Review Letters, 104, 147401 (2010)

     

    15.  Magnetoplasmonic Nanostructures: Systems Supporting Both Plasmonic and Magnetic Properties

    G. Armelles, A. Cebollada, A. García-Martín, J.M. García-Martín, M.U. González, J.B. González-Díaz, E. Ferreiro-Vila, and J.F. Torrado

    Journal of Optics A. Pure and Applied Optics, 11, 114023 (2009)

     

    16.  Intertwined Magneto-Optical and Plasmonic Effects in Ag/Co/Ag Layered Structures

    E. Ferreiro-Vila, R. Fermento, J.B. González-Díaz, M.U. González, A. García-Martín, J.M. García-Martín,  A. Cebollada, G. Armelles, D. Meneses-Rodríguez, and E.M. Sandoval

    Physical Review B, 80, 125132 (2009)

     

     

    17.  Surface Plasmon-Enhanced Magneto-Optical Activity in Ferromagnetic Membranes

    J.B. González-Díaz, J.M. García-Martín, A. García-Martín,  D. Navas, A. Asenjo, M. Vázquez, M. Hernandez-Velez, and G. Armelles

    Applied Physics Letters, 94, 263101 (2009)

     

    18.  Surface Plasmon Resonance Effects in the Magneto-Optical Activity of Ag/Co/Ag Trilayers

    E. Ferreiro-Vila, X.M. Bendaña-Sueiro, J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín, J.M. García-Martín, A. Cebollada, G. Armelles, D. Meneses-Rodríguez, and E. Muñoz-Sandoval

    IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 44, 3303 (2008)

     

    19.  Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Effects on the MO Activity of Continuous Au/Co/Au Trilayers

    Gaspar Armelles, J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín, J.M. García-Martín, A. Cebollada, M.U. González, S. Acimovic, J. Cesario, R. Quidant and G. Badenes

    Optics Express, 16, 16104 (2008)

     

    20.  Plasmonic Au/Co/Au Nanosandwiches with Enhanced Magneto-Optical Activity.

    J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín, J. M. García-Martín, A. Cebollada, G. Armelles, B. Sepúlveda, Y. Alaverdyan and M. Käll

    Small ,4, 202 (2008)

     

    21.  Surface-MagnetoplasmonNonreciprocity Effects in Noble-Metal/Ferromagnetic Heterostructures

    J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín, G. Armelles, J. M. García-Martín, C. Clavero, A. Cebollada, R. A. Lukaszew, J. R. Skuza, D. P. Kumah, and R. Clarke

    Physical Review B,76, 153402 (2007)

     

    22.  Enhanced Magneto-Optics and Size Effects in Ferromagnetic Nanowire Arrays

    J.B. González-Díaz, A. García-Martín, G. Armelles, D. Navas, M. Vázquez, K. Nielsch, R.B. Wehrspohn, and U. Gösele

    Advanced Materials,19, 2643 (2007)

     

    23.  Triangular Air-Hole Based 2-Dimensional Photonic Crystals Slabs Design

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