Graduate at Physics - the Federal University of São Carlos (2004), master's at Condensed Matter Physics - Federal University of São Carlos (2007) and doctorate at Condensed Matter Physics - Federal University of São Carlos (2012). Has experience in Physics, focusing on Optical and Electrical Properties of the Condensed Matter, acting on the following subjects: Semiconductor materials and nanostructures, electronic & optical properties, structural properties, semiconductor spintronics, photovoltaics, magneto-optics, resonant tunneling diodes. Associate Professor I, Department of Electrical Engineering, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar). He has a degree in basic and applied physics from UFSCar, where he completed his bachelor's degree (2005), full degree (2007), master's (2007) and PhD (2012) in Condensed Matter Physics. He also completed a post-doctorate (2012-2013) at UFSCar with a FAPESP grant. He has experience in Physics and Electrical Engineering, with an emphasis on optical, magneto-optical, structural and electronic transport of materials and semiconductor devices, working mainly on the following topics: semiconductor nanostructures III-V, resonant tunneling diodes, III -V semiconductor nanowires, III-V semiconductor quantum dots, high-disorder alloys based on materials III-Bi / N-V, GeSn and GeSiSn, semiconductor oxides, spintronica. He coordinates research projects on optoelectronics and photonics with international cooperation, in addition to supervise undergraduate and graduate students. He was coordinator of the Electrical Engineering course at UFSCar in the period 08/2018 - 02/2021.
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