Cayetano is currently a Design Engineer at ASML in the Applications Bussiness Line, where he has been working since November 2014.
He was born in Salamanca, Spain, in 1985, where he studie his B.Sc. in Physics. He graduated in 2009 at the University of Salamanca and, after completion of his B.Sc., Cayetano obtained his M.Sc. in Physics and Technology of Lasers at the Department of Applied Physics of the University of Salamanca.
During his M.Sc. studies, Cayetano, contributed to the Low Temperature Laboratory research by installing some of the equipment and participating in the experimental setup and data collection.
He started his Ph.D. in 2010 with a FPU grant from the Ministry of Education. His line of research was mainly focused on the magnetotransport properties of graphene nanodevices. Cayetano carried out his experimental research mainly at the Low Temperature Laboratory, but part of his activities were based at other institutions where he fabricated the nanodevices at state of the art clean rooms (ISOM, INL) or high magnetic field laboratories (LNCMI in Toulouse and Grenoble). He also carried out a project studying the interplay between superconducting materials and graphene at Sandia National Laboratories.
The main conclusions of his work can be found in his Ph.D. thesis “Fabrication and Characterization of graphene nanodevices”.
After completion of his Ph.D, Dr. Cobaleda joined as Design Engineer one of the leading companies in the semiconductor industry, ASML, where his knowledge of Optics, Semiconductor Physics and clean room nanofabrication is put into practice.
PUBLICATIONSAngle dependent conductivity in graphene FET transistors
Solid-State Electronics 104, 47 (2015) (2015)''
Canted antiferromagnetic to ferromagnetic phase transition in bilayer graphene
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 647 (2015)''
Critical point for the canted antiferromagnetic to ferromagnetic phase transition at charge neutrality in bilayer graphene
Physical Review B 90, 121404(R) (2014) (2014)''
Fabrication and characterization of graphene nanodevices
Percolation transitions in bilayer graphene encapsulated by hexagonal boron nitride
Physical Review B 90, 161408(R) (2014) (2014)''
Superconducting properties in tantalum decorated three-dimensional graphene and carbon structures
12 / 20 Applied Physics Letters 105, 053508 (2014)''
Temperature- and density-dependent transport regimes in a h-BN/bilayer graphene/h-BN heterostructures
Physical Review B 89, 121404(R) (2014) (2014)''
Disorder and de-coherence in grapheme probed by low temperature magneto-transport weak localization and weak antilocalization
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 456 (2013) 012032 (2013)''
Quantum Hall effect in monolayer, bilayer and trilayer graphene
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 456 (2013) 012006 (2013)''
Quantum Hall effect in bilayer and trilayer graphene
Phys. Status Solidi C 10, 1–4 (2012). (DOI: 10.1002/pssc.201100657) (2012)''
Quantum interference corrections to magnetoconductivity in graphene
Phys. Rev. B 85, 165451 (2012)''
Quantum Hall effect in inhomogeneous trilayer graphene
Phisica E, 44, 530-533 (2011)''
Magneto-Transport and Optical Characterization of Amorphous Silicon Tandem Cells
Proceedings de 25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition / 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, (Valencia. España), 3240-3242, ISBN -936338-26-4 (2010)''
Solar cell Manufacturing: As-cut mc-Si Wafers discrimination using magnetotransport, optical and lifetime measurements
Proceedings de 25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition / 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, (Valencia. España), 1969-1963, ISBN -936338-26-4 (2010)''
Optical and magnetotranspor characterization of Solar-Grade MC-silicon wafers
Proceedings de 24h European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition / 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion, (Hanburg, Germany, 2120-2124, ISBN 3-936338-25-6 (2009)''