Dr. Enrique Muñoz is an Associate Professor of Physics at PUC. He is a Bio-Chemical Engineer and a Physicist, that holds a PhD. in Physics and a PhD. in Bioengineering, both at Rice University, Houston. His expertise is in Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory methods, in the context of many-body problems in condensed matter physics and high-energy physics. He is the author of more than 50 refereed publications, and two book chapters.
Jero R. Maze is an Associate professor and Director of Research and Postgraduate Studies at the Institute of Physics of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He is an industrial electrical engineer and earned his PhD in Physics from Harvard University in 2010. Professor Maze researches at the interface between condensed matter and quantum optics.
Dr. Parra joined the Department of Physics at Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (UTFSM) in 2013 and directs the Nanobiomaterials Laboratory since its creation in 2016. Prior to joining UTFSM, Dr. Parra was postdoctoral fellow of Dr. Hari Manoharan’s Group in the Physics Department at Stanford University (2009-2013) where she studied local electronic properties of quantum materials such as nanostructured topological insulators and high-Tc superconductors.
Francisco Muñoz is an Associate professor and the Department of Physics of the Sciences Faculty at the Universidad de Chile. He earned is PhD in physics at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and he was a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics at Halle, Germany. Dr. Munoz’s research is in condensed matter physics, but close to materials science.
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.
Theoretical physicist of condensed matter at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.Current areas of research:Strongly correlated s ystems, unconventional superconductivity, topological phases of matter, one-dimensional systems, among others