Juan Salvador Sánchez is a clean room technician at the University of Salamanca since May 2019.

He was born in Zamora, Spain in 1996. He graduated in Physics in 2018 from University of Salamanca. He got a Master’s degree in Applied Physics at the University of Salamanca in 2019.

His field of competence includes nanofabrication techniques (exfoliation of 2D materials, fabrication of heterostructures, optical lithography, e-beam evaporation, dry etching with ICP-RIE and RIE, annealing with RTP, micro-bonding, etc…), characterization techniques (Raman spectroscopy, FTIR spectroscopy, THz spectroscopy) and equipment maintenance.

As an undergraduate and master student he also participated in scientific research. His main collaboration was the multivariate optimization of the Atkinson cycle using Mathematica. As a final degree project, he carried out a work about fiber optic sensors.


Email: juan2s@usal.es

Excitons, trions and Rydberg states in monolayer MoS2 revealed by low-temperature photocurrent spectroscopy
Daniel Vaquero, Vito Clericò, Juan Salvador-Sánchez, Adrián Martín-Ramos, Elena Díaz, Francisco Domínguez-Adame, Yahya M. Meziani, Enrique Diez y Jorge Quereda
Communications Physics volume 3, 194 (2020) (2020)''