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My scientific interests rely on theoretical light-matter interactions, in particular, theoretical linear and nonlinear Plasmonics and Nanophotonics.
I started my scientific adventure as a Physics undergraduate student at the University of Pisa. Later, thanks to my love for travelling I decided to move to Spain for a Ph.D. program. I enjoyed it in Madrid at the Spanish research council (CSIC). The story followed with a postdoc in Amsterdam and a Marie Curie fellowship at the Imperial College London. In June 2014, I started my group at the Imperial College London in the Condensed Matter Theory section, and recently I accepted an offer in Spain at the CSIC.
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Irving Brian Becerril-Castro
My scientific interest is focused on the development of applications based on the nanoscale properties of materials. I got my Nanotechnology degree at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and then a master's degree in nanoscience. Currently, I am investigating the use of plasmonic systems for sensing applications in biology.
After getting my Physics degree at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, I moved to Bilbao to study for a Master’s degree in Quantum Science and Technologies. Back in Madrid, I researched topological insulators in 1D and quasi-1D. In my thesis, I want to apply my background in topology to photonic systems as metasurfaces to fabricate robust photonic states.
Topological light-matter interactions at the nanoscale
Graphene Plasmon Cavities
Revealing Hidden Topologies in Photonic Crystals
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