Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office: Brockman Hall 325
Electromagnetic simulations for the modeling of the optical response of semiconductor (excitonic), metallic (plasmonic), and hybrid (plexcitonic, plasphonic) nanosystems, surface-enhanced Raman scattering, electrical and thermal transport, hot electron generation, active plasmonics, propagative surface plasmons/SPP and waveguiding. Effective medium theories. Molecular Dynamincs of metallic nanoparticles. EELS and CL theory and simulations.Numerical methods handled:
- Boundary Elements Method (BEM).
- Dipole Discrete Approximation (DDA) - DDSCAT package.
- Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) - Lumerical solutions.
- Finite Elements Method (FEM) - Comsol multi-physics.
- Mie Theory.
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- PhD, 2011, Nanophysics, Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse, France.
PhD, 2011, Physics of Nanostructures and Advanced Materials,
University of the Basque Country, Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain.
Resonant Raman-Brillouin scattering in semiconductor and metallic nanostructures: from nano-acoustics to acousto-plasmonics.
- MS, 2007, Matter Physics, Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse, France.
- BS, 2005, Fundamental Physics, Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse, France.