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Suderow Rodriguez, Hermann

Suderow Rodriguez, Hermann

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Resume CV
  • 2006/to present - Professor, Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
  • 2001/2006 - Ramón y Cajal, research fellow.
  • 2000/2001 - Postdoctoral researcher.
  • 1998/2000 - Marie Curie Fellow.
  • 1998 - PhD Degree, Grenoble.
  • 1994 - Physics Degree, Karlsruhe.
  • Languages: Spanish, German, French and English spoken and written.
  • Honors and Awards
  • Coordinator for materials science of IFIMAC.
  • Fellow of APS 2017.
  • Physics panel of Spanish funding organization (AEI, Mineco), from 2015-2018.
  • National habilitation contest in condensed matter Physics 2003.


Lines of research
  • I have pioneered scanning tunneling microscopy in dilution refrigerators at 100 mK. We have built and we operate different microscopes with which we make neat images of electronic correlations and atomic structure of superconductors, heavy fermions topological systems or vortex matter.


Subjects taught
  • Undergraduate Courses
    • Advanced Laboratory (TFG-EXP).
    • Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics.
    • Low Temperature Physics.
    • Solid State Physics.
    • Modern Physics Laboratory (2nd year ingineering).
  • MSc. Courses
    • Quantum materials at the Master in physics of condensed matter and biological systems.


1. Field dependence of the vortex core size probed by scanning tunneling microscopy, A. Fente, E. Herrera, I. Guillamón, H. Suderow, S. Mañas-Valero, M. Galbiati, E. Coronado, and V. G. Kogan, Phys. Rev. B 94, 014517, (2016). [URL]

2. Magnetic field dependence of the density of states in the multiband superconductor β−Bi2Pd, E. Herrera, I. Guillamón, J. A. Galvis, A. Correa, A. Fente, R. F. Luccas, F. J. Mompean, M. García-Hernández, S. Vieira, J. P. Brison, and H. Suderow, Phys. Rev. B 92, 054507, (2015). [URL]

3. Enhancement of long-range correlations in a 2D vortex lattice by an incommensurate 1D disorder potential, I. Guillamón, R. Córdoba, J. Sesé, J. M. De Teresa, M. R. Ibarra, S. Vieira, H. Suderow, Nature Physics 10, pp 851–856, (2014). [URL]

4. Magnetic field-induced dissipation-free state in superconducting nanostructures, R. Córdoba, T. I. Baturina, J. Sesé, A. Yu Mironov, J. M. De Teresa, M. R. Ibarra, D. A. Nasimov, A. K. Gutakovskii, A. V. Latyshev, I. Guillamón, H. Suderow, S. Vieira, M. R. Baklanov, J. J. Palacios & V. M. Vinokur, Nature Communications 4, 1437, (2013). [URL]

5. Compact very low temperature scanning tunneling microscope with mechanically driven horizontal linear positioning stage, H. Suderow, I. Guillamon, and S. Vieira, Review of Scientific Instruments 82, 033711, (2011). [URL]

6. Direct observation of melting in a two-dimensional superconducting vortex lattice, I. Guillamón, H. Suderow, A. Fernández-Pacheco, J. Sesé, R. Córdoba, J.M. De Teresa, M.R. Ibarra, S. Vieira, Nature Physics 5, 661, (2009). [URL]

7. Superconducting Density of States and Vortex Cores of 2H-NbS2, I. Guillamón, H. Suderow, S. Vieira, L. Cario, P. Diener, and P. Rodière, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 166407, (2008). [URL]

8. Intrinsic atomic-scale modulations of the superconducting gap of 2H−NbSe2, I. Guillamon, H. Suderow, F. Guinea, and S. Vieira, Phys. Rev. B 77, 134505, (2008). [URL]

9. On the use of STM superconducting tips at very low temperatures, J. G. Rodrigo, H. Suderow, S. Vieira, European Physical Journal B, 40, p. 483 (2004). [URL]

10. Very-low-temperature tunneling spectroscopy in the heavy-fermion superconductor PrOs4Sb12, H. Suderow, S. Vieira, J. D. Strand, S. Bud’ko, and P. C. Canfield, Phys. Rev. B 69, 060504(R), (2004). [URL]

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researcherid.com/rid/L-6612-2013 / orcid.org/0000-0002-5902-1880

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