About Me

I am an easy-going person who loves to laugh and make jokes. And I am also a physicist (these are not mutually exclusive!). I am from Donostia and studied Physics in Bilbao and Madrid. I started a PhD in theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the Material Science Institute of Madrid (ICMM-CSIC) under supervision of Prof. M. Carmen Muñoz. We studied many interesting problems related to low dimensional effects of the recently discovered topological insulators. You can find a resumé of our findings in this site under the Topological Insulators section.

I later moved to Barcelona to work at the Material Science Institute of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC) under supervision of Riccardo Rurali & Jorge Íñiguez. We have studied the thermal properties of different insulating perovskites and other oxides from first principles. Some of the most relevant findings are displayed in the Thermal properties section.



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