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Celia González Sánchez

Estudiante de doctorado en Física de la Materia Condensada, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

I have studied a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and recently graduated with a Master’s Degree in Condensed Matter Physics from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid while working part-time in the Department of Condensed Matter. I have been doing research on the field of 2D materials for two years now. I am currently working on hybrid van der Waals Josephson junctions based on NbSe2. In this project, we are collaborating with a group at University of Konstanz (Germany), where I have spent three weeks in October 2021 fabricating the samples that we then measure in Madrid.

Regarding my background, I have nurtured my passion for topics such as solid state physics and quantum technologies by seeking out and participating in a number of internships in different research institutions both in Spain and abroad as well as courses and conferences where I have presented my work.

In 2019, I was selected for participating in the OIST Research Internship Program at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, where I collaborated on two different projects for five months (“Search for superconductivity under high pressure in antiferromagnetic systems” and “Study of surface electrons on helium strongly coupled to a microwave resonator”)

In 2018, I obtained a grant for the Summer Internship Program at Donostia International Physics Center and I collaborated in a project studying exotic magnetism and electron hybridization phenomena in rare-earth based materials. It was an experimental-theoretical proposal: the experimental part allowed me to go to BESSY II Synchrotron (Berlin). For the theoretical part, I made a research stay at Technische Universitat Dresden.

In September 2018, I interned at Centro de Física de Materiales (Donostia), where I worked in the study of electronic states in vicinal surfaces. I also completed a five-month extracurricular traineeship at Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid on measurement and interpretation of local properties in ferroelectric materials.


  • 2020–present
    Estudiante de doctorado en Física de la Materia Condensada, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid


  • 2020 
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Máster en Física de la Materia Condensada y Sistemas Biológicos
  • 2019 
    Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Grado en Física
  • Madrid, España
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