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PhD Position in Nanoscale Thermal Transport

PhD Position in Nanoscale Thermal Transport

Position type: PhD position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics (FPI fellowship). Topic: Nanoscale thermal transport. Duration: 4 years. Principal Investigator: Juan Carlos Cuevas (http://webs.ftmc.uam.es/juancarlos.cuevas/). Requirements: Graduate in Physics that have completed a Master in Condensed Matter Physics or related areas....

Resonant tunneling through an Azurin monolayer.

Resonant Tunneling in Protein-based Junctions

Article: published in PNAS by Juan Carlos Cuevas, IFIMAC researcher and member of the Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. Proteins play a fundamental role in numerous biological energy conversion processes such as photosynthesis,...

Coupling Molecules and Atomic-scale Plasmonic Fields

Coupling Molecules and Atomic-scale Plasmonic Fields

Title: Coupling Molecules and Atomic-scale Plasmonic Fields. When: Monday, May 07, (2018), 12:00. Place: Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Module 5, Seminar Room (5th Floor). Speaker: Rubén Esteban, Donostia International...

Experimental setup for the measurement of Peltier cooling in molecular junctions.

Peltier Cooling in Molecular Junctions

Article: published in Nature Nanotechnology by Linda Angela Zotti, member of the Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and Juan Carlos Cuevas, IFIMAC researcher and member of the Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics....

A gold-coated scanning thermal microscopy probe is brought into close proximity of a heated gold substrate.

Radiative Heat Transfer in Ångström and Nanometer-sized Gaps

Article: published in Nature Communications by Víctor Fernández-Hurtado, Johannes Feist, Francisco J. García-Vidal and Juan Carlos Cuevas, Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and IFIMAC researchers. Radiative heat transfer between closely placed objects is...