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Farkhad G. Aliev

 

farkhadDOTaliev(AT)uamDOTes

Departamento Física de la Materia Condensada, C-03

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid,

Cantoblanco, 28049 Madrid, Spain

 Tel. 3491- 4978596 (off. C03.505)

                        5065 (Lab)

Fax: 3491- 4973961

MAGNETRANS-UAM group coordinator

Lab C-03.301B

RESEACHER ID:
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/G-6278-2015



F. Aliev was born on July 14 / 1958 in  Derbent, USSR / Russia. He was graduated with honors in Physics from M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1981. In 1984 he got Ph.D degree in Condensed Matter and Low Temperature Physics from the same University.

In the period 1984-1996 he worked as a Junior Researcher, Researcher, Senior Researcher at M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University. He worked also as a visiting professor and reseacher with Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (1991-1995) and Katholieke University Leuven (1995-1998).

At present he is a professor (professor titular) at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.

He has published more than 140 research papers in international journals, 4 patents,  1 review chapter for Encyclopedy, 7 book chapters, was co-Editor of one  book, supervisor of 9 Ph.D. thesis and organiser of 4 International Schools (INC99, INC94, INC09,INC2015) and Final ESF-FONE Conference (2009).

His current research interests are related with high frequency magnetization dynamics (spin waves and nonlinear vortex dynamics in superconductors), inorganic, molecular and superconducting spintronics (noise and electron transport), and photoelectric properties of patterned ferromagnetic Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor nanostructures 

His previous expertise includes: 

  1. -   Strongly correlated electron systems (heavy fermion superconductors and quantum phase transitions)
  2. -   Intermetallic compounds near metal-insulator transition with enhanced thermoelectric characteristics 
  3. -   Current rectification in type II superconducting films