My current work is focused to produce and analyze materials to be used as Thin Film Transistor (TFT). These TFT can be used in electronic industry (TV, cell phone, smart watches, etc.). Also, as biomedical and biotechnology devices like glucose sensor, gas sensor, among other. One of the goals in this project is to achieve these TFT at low temperature to reduce energy consumption when are mass-produced.
Also, I am working on obtaining thin films of optoelectronic materials to be tested as potential windows layer into solar cells (doped with rare earths). Mainly in ZnO:RE thin films, these are characterized using different techniques such as XRD, SEM, UV-vis, FTIR, Raman, and Hall effect, among other. One of the goal of this postdoctoral stay was to achieve thin films at low temperature using economic and environmental friendly route for this propose.
¿ Research fellow, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), May-2017-May-2018, Singapore.
¿ Postdoctoral Fellow, CINVESTAV-Querétaro, September 2010-August 2012, México.
¿ PhD in Physics, Universidad de Guadalajara, April 2008, México.
¿ Master in Science in Physics. Universidad de Guadalajara, December, 2004, México.
¿ B. Sc. in Applied Mathematics and Computing, Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, October, 2001, México.