Alba Díaz-Lobo

PhD Students

Bachelor of Science in Physics in 2018 from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), where she also got her Master of Science in Advanced Materials, Nanotechnology and Photonics in 2019. The development of the final thesis, Growth and characterization of III-V semiconductor for photovoltaic applications and Impedance spectroscopy in optoelectronic devices, respectively, triggered the start of her research activity in the Electronics and Semiconductors Group, thanks to the financial support of the Garantía Juvenil program of the Comunidad de Madrid.

In October 2020, she joined the FINDER (Functional Nanostructures Devices for Energy Recovery) Group in the IMN-CNM (Instituto de Micro y Nanotecnología – Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica), CSIC (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas) as a predoctoral researcher, in order to participate in the project called Metamaterials-Based Radiative Cooler: On the way to Energy-Free All-Day Cooling, for which Dr. Cristina V. Manzano received funding from Atracción de Talento Investigador of the Comunidad de Madrid. Radiative cooling for energy recovery and harvesting will be the core of her doctoral thesis, which she will carry out under the direction of Dr. Cristina V. Manzano and Prof. Marisol Martín González.