Cristina Hernández Fuentevilla is a university school professor in the Department of Applied Physics at the University of Salamanca. She was born in Cantabria (Spain) in 1965. She obtained her PhD at the University of Salamanca by the doctoral thesis about transmission and conductance of graphene-based electronic devices.
She is researching graphene and other structures related. She is interested in their knowledge, characterization and possible application to electronic devices.
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New Journal of Physics 23, 053029 (2021) (2021)''
PhD: Transmisión y conductancia en dispositivos electrónicos basados en grafeno
Anomalously large resistance at the charge neutrality point in a zero-gap InAs/GaSb bilayer
New J. Phys. 20 (2018) 053062 // https://doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/aac595 (2018)''
Quantized Electron Transport Through Graphene Nanoconstrictions
Phys. Status Solidi A 2018, 1701065 (2018)''
Angle dependent conductivity in graphene FET transistors
Solid-State Electronics 104, 47 (2015) (2015)''
Scattering of massless Dirac particles by oscillating barriers
Physics Letters A. 378, pp. 927 - 930. Elsevier (2014)''
Exact transmission coefficient with one and two barriers in graphene
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 46, 155304 (20pp) (2013)''
Transmission coefficients in monolayer graphene
Proceedings of the 10th conference on Computational and Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering CMMSE2010, (Almería,. España) ,1132-1139, ISBN -978-84-613-5510-5 (2010)''