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Personal Docente e Investigador (P.D.I.)

Camarero de Diego, Julio

Camarero de Diego, Julio

Profesor Contratado Doctor
Despacho:
507
Email:
julio.camarero@uam.es
Teléfono:
+34 91 497 8293
Fax:
+34 91 497 3961
Resumen curriculum vitae
  • 2007 - to present, Associate Professor, Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
  • 2003/2007 - Ramón y Cajal research fellow at Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
  • 2000/2002 - Marie Curie Fellow at CNRS, France.
  • 1999/2003 - Postdoc at Institut Néel- CNRS, Grenoble, France.
  • 1999 - PhD in Physics, Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
  • Honors and Awards
  • Since 2010 - Coordinator of the Nanomagnetism Programe at IMDEAnano.
  • Since 2004 - Head of the advanced magneto-optic lab at LASUAM.

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  • My current scientific interest includes the preparation and characterization of artificial multifunctional magnetic (inorganic and organic) nanostructures, as well as the development of novel instrumentation. Particular attention is devoted to studies on quasi-static and dynamic magnetization reversal processes and magnetoresitive responses.
  • My current scientific interest includes the preparation and characterization of artificial multifunctional magnetic (inorganic and organic) nanostructures, as well as the development of novel instrumentation. Particular attention is devoted to studies on quasi-static and dynamic magnetization reversal processes and magnetoresitive responses. 
  • My goal is to acquire a better understanding of the fundamental properties that are important in novel multifunctional magnetic-based nanostructures for applications with high technological, economic, and social impacts: from solving fundamental challenges in electricity generation (permanent magnets), to boosting the efficiency of spin(orbit)ronic devices in sensing and advanced information technologies, as well as implementing disruptive therapeutic techniques in novel biomedical applications.

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Publicaciones

1. Direct observation of temperature-driven magnetic symmetry transitions by vectorial resolved MOKE magnetometry, Jose Luis F Cuñado, Javier Pedrosa, Fernando Ajejas, Paolo Perna, Rodolfo Miranda and Julio Camarero, Phys Cond. Mat. 29,405805, (2017). [URL]

2. Engineering Large Anisotropic Magnetoresistance in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 Films at Room Temperature, P. Perna, D. Maccariello, F. Ajejas, R. Guerrero, L. Méchin, S. Flament, J. Santamaria, R. Miranda, J. Camarero, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017, 27, 1700664, (2017). [URL]

3. Towards high performance CoFe2O4 isotropic nanocrystalline powder for permanent magnet applications, F. J. Pedrosa, J. Rial, K. M. Golasinski, M. N. Guzik, A. Quesada, J. F. Fernández, S. Deledda, J. Camarero and A. Bollero, Appl. Phys. Lett. 109, 223105, (2016). [URL]

4. Observation of Localized Vibrational Modes of Graphene Nanodomes by Inelastic Atom Scattering, D. Maccariello, A. Al Taleb, F. Calleja, A. L. Vázquez de Parga, P. Perna, J. Camarero, E. Gnecco, D. Farías and R. Miranda, Nano Lett., 16 (1), pp 2–7, (2016). [URL]

5. Vectorial-magneto optical Kerr effect technique combined with variable temperature and full angular range all in a single setup, Jose Luis F. Cuñado, Javier Pedrosa, Fernando Ajejas, Alberto Bollero, Paolo Perna, Francisco J. Teran, Rodolfo Miranda and Julio Camarero, Review of Scientific Instruments 86, 046109, (2015). [URL]

6. g-force induced giant efficiency of nanoparticles internalization into living cells, Sandra M. Ocampo, Vanessa Rodriguez, Leonor de la Cueva, Gorka Salas, Jose. L. Carrascosa, María Josefa Rodríguez, Noemí García-Romero, Jose Luis F. Cuñado, Julio Camarero, Rodolfo Miranda, Cristobal Belda-Iniesta & Angel Ayuso-Sacido, Scientific Reports 5, Article number: 15160 (2015). [URL]

7. A Single Picture Explains Diversity of Hyperthermia Response of Magnetic Nanoparticles, Ivan Conde-Leboran, Daniel Baldomir, Carlos Martinez-Boubeta, Oksana Chubykalo-Fesenko, María del Puerto Morales, Gorka Salas, David Cabrera, Julio Camarero, Francisco J. Teran and David Serantes, J. Phys. Chem. C, 119 (27), pp 15698–15706, (2015). [URL]

8. Direct experimental determination of the anisotropic magnetoresistive effects, P. Perna, D. Maccariello, C. Rodrigo, J. L. F. Cuñado, M. Muñoz, J. L. Prieto, M. A. Niño, A. Bollero, J. Camarero and R. Miranda, Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 202407, (2014). [URL]

9. Exploring the limits of soft x-ray magnetic holography: Imaging magnetization reversal of buried interfaces, J. Camarero, E. Jiménez, J. Vogel, C. Tieg, P. Perna, A. Bollero, F. Yakhou-Harris, C. Arm, B. Rodmacq, E. Gautier, S. Auffret, B. Delaup, G. Gaudin, B. Dieny and R. Miranda, Journal of Applied Physics 109, 07D357, (2011). [URL]

10. Origin of the Asymmetric Magnetization Reversal Behavior in Exchange-Biased Systems: Competing Anisotropies, Julio Camarero, Jordi Sort, Axel Hoffmann, Jose Miguel García-Martín, Bernard Dieny, Rodolfo Miranda, and Josep Nogués, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 057204, (2005). [URL]

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