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Prof. Alfredo Levy Yeyati

Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

How to reach me:
Module C-05, Office 401.4 (4th floor), Facultad de Ciencias, Campus de Cantoblanco, 28049, Madrid, Spain.

Phone: +34 91 497 6146
Fax: +34 91 497 4950
Email: a.l.yeyati@uam.es

Curriculum Vitae

Professional Experience


2012- Catedrático de Universidad, Departamento de Física Teórica de la Materia Condensada, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

1995-2012 Profesor Titular, Departamento de Física Teórica de la Materia Condensada, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (permanent since 2000).

1994-1995 Marie Curie Fellowship at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

1992-1994 Assistant Professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

1990-1992 Posdoctoral Fellowship from the Spanish Ministery of Education and Science.

1985-1990 Doctoral Fellowship at the Physics Department of the National Comision of Atomic Energy (Argentina).

Education


1989 Received PhD in Physics from the Buenos Aires University, Argentina. Thesis director Dr. Mariana Weissmann.

1984 Received a diploma (degree) in Physics from the Buenos Aires University, Argentina.

Teaching Experience


Undergraduate teaching: classical mechanics, thermodynamics, quantum theory of solids, statistical mechanics, superconductivity.

Posgraduate teaching: Introduction to quantum transport in normal and superconducting systems, Field theoretical techniques in condensed matter physics.

Ph.D Theses direction


2018 Rubén Seoane Souto, PhD. thesis on quench dynamics in interacting and superconducting nanojunctions (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with A. Martín-Rodero).

2012 Pablo Burset Atienza, PhD. thesis on superconducting proximity effect in graphene and carbon nanotubes (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).

2012 Shirley Gómez Paez, PhD. thesis on electronic transport in unconventional superconductors (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, co-directed with W. Herrera).

2006 Laura de la Vega Velazquez, PhD. thesis on electronic transport in atomic size contacts and atomic chains (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with A. Martín-Rodero).

2004 Enrique Vecino, PhD. thesis in proximity effect and electron transport in hybrid nanostructures (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with A. Martín-Rodero).

1999 Juan Carlos Cuevas, PhD. thesis on electronic transport in nanocontacts (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with A. Martín-Rodero).

Orientation of postdoctoral researchers


2017- Sunghun Park

2017-2018 Ville Kauppila

2013-2016 Fernando Dominguez

2011-2013 Bernd Braunecker

2008-2010 Remí Avriller

2005-2007 Sebastián Bergeret

2004-2005 Raphael Duprat

Master Theses direction


2018 Miguel Alvarado Herrero, Master thesis on Josephson effect through quantum dots with topological superconducting leads (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).

2017 Samuel Díaz Escribano, Master thesis on effect of the electrostatic environment on Majorana nanowires (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with E. Prada).

2017 Francisco Martín Nieto, Master thesis on wavematching approach to transport in Majorana nanowires (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with E. Prada).

2013 Rubén Seoane, Master thesis on transport in molecular junctions with electron-phonon interactions (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, co-directed with A. Martín-Rodero and R. Monreal).

2012 Francesco Mazza, Master thesis on carbon nanotube cross junctions for electron entanglement detection from Cooper pair splitters (Universitá di Milano, co-directed with B. Braunecker).

2011 Diego González Olivares, Master thesis on quasiparticle trapping in Andreev bound states (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid).

1990 G. Simonelli, graduation project on transport and localization in 1D systems with correlated disorder (Universidad de Buenos Aires, co-directed with M. Weissmann).

Languages


Fluent in English. Also familiar with French.