Dr. Miguel Ángel García
Miguel Ángel García obtained his PhD in Physics in 1999 at the University Complutense of Madrid. He is now permanent scientist at ICV. Previously he worked at Padova University (Italy), Institute for Applied Magnetism (Spain) , Institute for Material Science at Madrid (Spain) and University Complutense of Madrid. He also spent periods as visiting professor at European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (Grenoble, France) and Argonne National Laboratory (USA). His research interest is the measurement and physical properties of nanostructures, mainly nanoparticles and thin films. Most of the work is devoted to the study of surface plasmon resonance and magnetic properties. In the last years the he focused on coupling effect among different properties in hybrid nano-systems containing different elements as magnetic and plasmonic ones. The research work also includes development of instrumentation to combine different types of measurements (electric, optic and magnetic) in single experiments. He is co-author of more than 120 research papers (H=31) and 10 patents, and has been IP of 12 research projects. He has also supervised 3 PhD Theses. He teaches as honorific collaborator at University Complutense of Madrid and University Autonoma of Madrid.