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Associate Professor, category MS-5.1, at the Department of Materials Physics - University of São Paulo. It has experience in the area of ​​Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, with emphasis on semiconductor spintronics, mainly in optical spectroscopy with temporal resolution and electronic transport . He has a PhD in Physics (2004-2007) from the State University of Campinas in the MTA group of the National Synchrotron Light Laboratory, with a research period in the Technische Universitat Dortmund in Germany. Also has postdoctoral degree from the FAX group at the LNLS and DMFT at IF- USP (2008). Has served as a visiting researcher in various institutions between 2009 and 2016: McGill University (Montreal) , GHMFL - CNRS (Grenoble), IBM Research (Zurich) , TU (Dortmund) and UMich (Michigan) . (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The study of the spin noise in semiconductors is an intense new research topic within the field of spintronics - a very promising line of the microelectronics research that can lead to important practical applications. While measurements in bulk and quantum dots have been recently reported, the study of two-dimensional electron gases in quantum wells is still open. We propose a collabor...
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