My curiosity covers many areas in physics and other sciences but my focus is in Condensed Matter Physics, the modeling and simulation of low-dimensional materials. I started with the study of transport properties of graphene and the consequences of laser illumination. Using Floquet theory I stumbled on the emergence of laser-induced bandgaps and topological states. Naturally, I immersed myself in the study of topological properties of condensed matter systems and of Floquet Topological Insulators. Now, at the Theoretical Physics group, I am studying topological properties together with superconducting mesoscopic systems to discover new physics, where the special case of topological superconductors that can host Majorana fermions is an exciting example.
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I had a great experience doing my PhD in Córdoba, Argentina, and I am greatful to Luis Foa Torres, my advisor, Gonzalo Usaj, my co-advisor, and many collaborators such as Carlos Balseiro, Hernán Calvo, Horacio Pastawski and Stephan Roche for all the work we shared.
|Postdoc Researcher at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, department of Quantum Nanocience at TU Delft, The Netherlands.|
|2012-2015:||PhD student at the Faculty of Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics, National University of Córdoba, Argentina. Thesis on the Effects of Radiation on the Transport Properties of Graphene: Floquet Topological States Induced by Laser.|