**Mario Amado**is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics since Sept 2018. He received a PhD in condensed matter physics from the University Complutense of Madrid, Spain where he studied the electronic and structure and transport properties in graphene and nanoscopic systems. After completing his PhD, he worked at the Istituto Nanoscienze and Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy where his research was focused on the generation of lateral Josephson junctions based on standard superconductors coupled to high spin-orbit coupling materials.

He moved to Cambridge in September 2014 where he has been a PDRA and a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy under the supervision of Professor M. Blamire and Dr J. Robinson working on ferromagnetic insulators and induced topology in layered 2D-materials.His actual research combines the scientific expertise gained during his whole research career and involves the generation of topological 2-dimensional materials proximity coupled to magnetic layers.

**Researcher ID: Link**

**E-mail: mario.amado@usal.es**

PUBLICATIONS

Quantum nanoconstrictions fabricated by cryo-etching in encapsulated graphenehttps://arxiv.org/abs/1902.07459 (2019)''

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)''