Research seminars/activities

There are weekly seminars organized by the participating Departments, as well as by the Institute of Condensed Matter Physics (IFIMAC), that you can follow here. In addition, the partner Institute of Materials Science ‘Nicolás Cabrera’ organizes a series of invited seminars, colloquia (‘Frontiers of Condensed Matter Physics’ series), as well as an annual International Summer School devoted to current topics in  condensed matter physics, nanophysic and biophysics.

“Liquid Crystals of Colloidal Nanoplates”

Title: Liquid Crystals of Colloidal Nanoplates. When: Tuesday, June 18, (2019), 12:00. Place: Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Module 3, Seminar Room (5th Floor). Speaker: Prof. Zhengdong Cheng, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical...

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“Non Equilibrium Internal Forces in Brownian Systems”

Title: Non Equilibrium Internal Forces in Brownian Systems. When: Thursday, September 26, (2019), 12:00. Place: Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Module 5, Seminar Room (5th Floor). Speaker: Daniel de las Heras, Department of Physics,...

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Signatures of Interactions in the Andreev Spectrum of Nanowire Josephson Junctions

Article published in Physical Review Letters by F. J. Matute-Cañadas, Sunghun Park and Alfredo Levy Yeyati, members of the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics Department and IFIMAC researchers. This joint experimental and theoretical work provides... [...]

Yesterday, our colleague Prof. F. J. García Vidal, received the “Premio Nacional de Investigación Blas Cabrera 2021” in a Ceremony that took place in Barcelona. The award, the most prestigious research prize at the national... [...]

Three PhD Positions on Theory and Modeling at Nanoscale

The breakdown of classical laws at Nanoscale presents both challenges & opportunities. Join us in unveiling the atomic origins of such exotic phenomena fueling future and emerging technologies. In particular, by relying on advanced... [...]

Francisco José García Vidal, Blas Cabrera National Prize 2021

Francisco José García Vidal, Full Professor at the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics Department of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and IFIMAC member, has been awarded the Blas Cabrera national prize in Physical, materials and earth Sciences, in its 2021 edition.... [...]

PhD Position at IFIMAC-UAM on AFM Simulations

A 4-year predoctoral position is available in Rubén Pérez’s group (www.uam.es/spmth) at the Condensed Matter Physics Center (IFIMAC) of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). Atomic Force Microscopy  (AFM) with functionalized tips is able... [...]

Development of Superconducting Spin Qubits

Article: Published in Science. An international team, with the participation of the Department of Theoretical Condensed Metter Physics researchers, demonstrates the viability of a new type of qubit based on the spin of electrons trapped... [...]

Bachelor’s Degree Final Project 2021/2022

Bachelor’s Degree Final Project offers for 2021/2022 at the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics Department. [More information] [...]

Two contracts for PhD thesis work on Superconducting and Topological Phases in Moiré Systems

Instituto de Ciencias de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM-CSIC) Instituto de Estructura de la Materia (IEM-CSIC) Project Description The discovery of correlated insulating states, anomalous Hall ferromagnetism and superconductivity in twisted bilayer graphene has had... [...]

Postdoctoral Researcher position, Theory of Electron Transport in Superconducting Devices

Position Type: Postdoctoral position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at Autonomous University of Madrid. Topic:  Electronic transport in superconducting devices in order to design novel applications for quantum technologies. Duration: 2 years. Principal Investigator: Pablo Burset Requirements: PhD in... [...]

PhD Student Researcher position, Theory of Electron Transport in Superconducting Devices

Position Type: PhD position in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at Autonomous University of Madrid. Topic:  Electronic transport in superconducting devices in order to design novel applications for quantum technologies. Duration: 3 – 4 years. Principal Investigator: Pablo... [...]