Low Temperature - Nanoforces - Electronic Properties of Novel Materials - Nanoelectronics - Nanoscience and Scanning Probe Microscopy - Condensed Matter Theory and Simulation - Surface Physics - Magnetrans - Biophysics and Biological Systems
Assistant professor since may 2017. He is currently doing his PhD thesis at the Nanoscience & Scanning Probe Microscopy Laboratory with Prof. Jose María Gómez as supervisor.
Assistant professor since may 2017. He is currently doing his PhD thesis at the Low Temperature Laboratory with Prof. Miguel Angel Ramos as supervisor.
Eduardo Lee obtained his PhD in physics from EPF Lausanne for the thesis "Scanning photocurrent microscopy of carbon nanostructures". Since December 2016 he is Ramón y Cajal - Research fellow in our department.