Graduated in Electrical Engineering in 2003, he received a PhD degree in Applied Sciences (2010) from the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL, Belgium). After a three-year young talent fellowship (BJT) in Brazil, he joined the Institute of Physics of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in 2016. His research group deal with the characterization of low-dimensional materials for their integration in future electronic applications. Through the use and development of microfabrication technology, the intrinsic properties of a wide range of functional nanomaterials (organic/Inorganic, and nanocomposite) are investigated towards the development of innovative solutions for electronic devices, Energy storage and production.
Current areas of research:
·Nanomaterials, Micro/Nanofabrication Technologies, Organic Electronics, 2D materials, Transport Properties.
·Renewable Energy, Energy Storage.
·Nano-powered (Bio)Sensors, Electrochemistry.