Ana is a Postdoc Reseacher and Lecturer professor at the Department of Applied Physics, Salamanca University. She received her PhD degree in 2017 based on the study of the electrochemical effects produced by doping with ionic liquids the cuprate superconductor YBa2Cu3O7 at the Universidad Complutense by the excellence PICATA fellowship.
She had six years of research experience on growth 2-dimensional systems and complex oxide thin films heterostructures, transport and magnetic characterization properties and nanolithography fabrication for nanodevices as a PhD researcher in the GFMC group of the Universidad Complutense. The has 6 scientific articles in peer-reviewed, high impact journals including Nature Nanotechnology, Nano Letters, PNAS, Scientific Reports and 2 Physical Review B.
In September 2019 she joined the nanotechnology group at the University of Salamanca, where she currently works as a postdoc researcher.
She has been involved in high school teaching during the last 3 years and in university teaching at the Complutense University as a doctoral student. She has supervised 13 master thesis for the Master’s Degree in Teaching Learning at the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria.
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