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José María De Teresa

José María De Teresa obtained his PhD in Physics in 1997 at University of Zaragoza (Spain).

After a postdoctoral stay at IFW (Dresden, Germany), he developed a postdoctoral Marie Curie individual fellowship in CNRS (Paris, France) under the supervision of Prof. Fert (Nobel Prize in Physics in 2007).

In 2001 he obtained a permanent position at CSIC (Council of Research in Spain), becoming full professor in 2010. His research activities are developed in the Institute of Materials Science of Aragon (mixed institute CSIC-University of Zaragoza). His current research topics include advanced nanofabrication and spintronics. He is the coordinator of the Dual Beam area of the Laboratory of Advanced Microscopies, a singular national facility at the University of Zaragoza, hosting the most advanced infrastructure in electron and ion microscopy.

Along his research career he has co-authored 170 research articles and 9 book chapters, with more than 5000 citations. He has led 25 research projects, supervised 11 PhD students and given 64 invited talks. He has received research prizes from the Spanish Physics Royal Society and the Aragon Government.

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