Mario Amado is Marie Curie Research Fellow at the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge. Mario obtained his Ph.D. in physics in a joint collaboration between the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Salamanca in 2011. From this year until 2014, Mario was a postdoctoral research associate in the NEST Laboratory in Pisa, working on hybrid high spin-orbit-coupling-based Josephson junctions in Francesco Giazotto’s group. Mario is currently working on both the generation of spin triplet current densities in hybrid ferromagnet-superconductor junctions as well as in induced magnetism, via proximity effect, in 2D materials coupled to ferromagnetic insulators.

**Researcher ID: Link**

**E-mail: ** ma664@cam.ac.uk

PUBLICATIONS

Intrinsic paramagnetic Meissner effect due to s-wave odd-frequency superconductivity.Physical Review X 5, 041021 (2015)''

Pn/InAs nanowire Josephson junction with high critical current and magnetic flux focussing.

NanoLetters 15, 1803 (2015)''

A ballistic two-dimensional-electron-gas Andreev interferometer.

Applied Physics Letters 104, 242604 (2014)''

A ballistic quantum ring Josephson interferometer.

Nanotechnology 24, 245201 (2013)''

Electrostatic tailoring of magnetic interference in quantum point contact ballistic Josephson junctions

Physical Review B 87, 134506 (2013)''

Magneto-transport of grapheme and quantum phase transitions en the quantum Hall regime

Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 24, 305302-1 (2012)''

Circularly polarized resonant Rayleigh scattering and skyrmions in the ν = 1 quantum Hall ferromagnet

Physical Review B 83, 193307 (2011)''

Circularly polarized resonant Rayleigh scattering and Skyrmions in the ν =1 quantum Hall ferromagnet

Physical Review B 83, 19307 (2011)''

Magneto-Raman scattering of graphene on graphite: electronic excitations and their coupling to optical phonons

Physical Review Letters 107, 036807 (2011)''

Numerical study of the localization length critical index in a network model of plateau-plateau transitions in the quantum Hall effect

Physical Review Letters 107 (2011)''

Optical probing of quantum Hall effect of composite fermions and of the liquid-insulator transition

Journal of Physics: Conference series 334, 012022 (2011)''

Optical probing of the metal-to-insulator transition in a 2D high mobility electron gas

New Journal of Physics 13, 063003 (2011)''

Optical probing of the metal-to-insulator transitionin a two-dimensional high-mobility electron gas

New Journal of Physics 13, 063003 (2011)''

Effect of a magnetic field on the two-phonon Raman scattering in graphene

Physical Review B 81, 155436 (2010)''

Optical detection of quantum Hall effect of composite fermions and evidence of the ν =3/8 state.

Physical Review B 81, 155316 (2010)''

Plateau-Insulator transition in graphene

New Journal of Physics 12, 053004 (2010)''

Tuning the electron-phonon coupling in multilayer graphene with magnetic fields

Physical Review Letters 103, 186803 (2009)''

A solvable model of hydrogenic impurities in quantum dots

Nanotechnology 19, 135402 (2008)''

Electronic states of on- and off-center donors in quantum rings of finite width

Journal of Luminescence128, 508 (2008)''

Fano-Rashba effect in quantum dots

Nanotechnology 19, 195401 (2008)''

Donor-bound electrons in quantum rings under magnetic fields

Physical Review B 76, 073312 (2007)''

Optical emission and Rayleigh scattering in semiconductor superlattices in magnetic fields

Physica E 40, 1374 (2007)''

Resonant Rayleigh scattering in ordered and disordered semiconductor superlattices

Physical Review B 76, 075349 (2007)''

Design of an efficient spin filter device

Semiconductor Science and Technology 21, 1764 (2006)''

Multichannel model of magnetotunneling in disordered electron nanodevices

Physica B369, 293 (2005)''