EARLY CAREER INVESTIGATORSCost Definition: A researcher within a time span of up to 8 years from the date they obtained their PhD/doctorate (full-time equivalent).
The ECIs taking part in this Cost Action are:
Dr. Alessandro Lunghi, PhD 2016, expertise: multi scale modeling of single molecule magnets and their environment.
Dr. Snežana Djurić, PhD 2013, expertise: nano and microtechnologies, design, modeling, optimization, fabrication and characterization of nano and microsystems.
Dr. Alessandro Chiesa, PhD 2016, expertise: Molecular magnets: theory, Many-body models from DFT, quantum computing schemes, Inelastic Neutron Scattering.
Dr. Elena Garlatti, PhD 2014, expertise: Molecular magnets, theoretical models, NMR, Inelastic Neutron Scattering.
Dr. José J. Baldoví, PhD 2016, expertise: f-block molecular nanomagnets for quantum computing and molecular spintronics.
Dr. Daniel Reta, PhD 2016, expertise: Electronic structure, Magnetism, Wavefunction, Model Spin Hamiltonians.
Dr. Carlos Martí Gastaldo, PhD 2009, expertise: metal-organic frameworks and layered inorganic solids for energy transport, conversion and storage.
Dr. Patrizio Graziosi, PhD 2010, expertise: spinterfaces, spintronic devices fabrication and characterization, transport models.
Dr. Dawid Pinkowicz, PhD 2010, expertise: design and synthesis of molecular magnets (exploratory chemistry), magnetic measurements under pressure, photomagnetism.
Dr. Jesús Ferrando Soria, PhD 2012, expertise: Multifunctional Metal-Organic Frameworks , Molecular Spin Qubits.
Dr. Petr Neugebauer, PhD 2010, expertise: electron spin resonance, dynamic nuclear polarization, graphene.
Dr. Eufemio Moreno Pineda, PhD 2014, expertise: Molecular Magnetism, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, Molecular Qubits, Molecular Materials.
Dr. Miguel Cortijo, PhD 2014, expertise: Nickel coordination compounds of different dimensionality as hybrid multifunctional materials.
Dr. Matteo Atzori, PhD 2015, expertise: Coordination Chemistry, Molecular Materials, Molecular Magnetism.