CURRICULUM VITAE of Clivia Marfa SOTOMAYOR TORRES1 2018-12-05آ  of Nanostructures", July 29 - August

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    CURRICULUM VITAE of Clivia Marfa SOTOMAYOR TORRES1

    DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH:

    12 July 1955 in Arica, Chile

    NATIONALITY: British MARITAL STATUS: Married (Dr. rer. pol. Dipl.-Pol. Wolfgang Rüdig).

    Daughter (Samira Licia Rüdig-Sotomayor, DOB 01.12.89) HOME ADDRESS:

    Passeig de L’ Arbre 24, 08197 Valldoreix (Sant Cugat), Spain Phone+34 93 587 8525 Mobile: +34 649 185 407

    Diesterwegstr. 10, 42553 Velbert, Germany Phone +49 2053 923676 Fax: +49 2053 923677 Mobile: +49 151 2300 5479

    WORK ADDRESS: Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) Campus de la UAB, Edifici ICN2, 08193 Bellaterra, Spain Phone: +34 737 2643 Fax: +34 93 737 2648 Email: clivia.sotomayor@icn.cat

    PRESENT APPOINTMENT: 01.05.2008-date ICREA2 Research Professor, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology ICN2. 01.10.2013-30.09.2018 Visiting Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology KTH, School of ICT, Dept. Materials and Nanophysics, Sweden (20%) PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS: 2007-2012 Adjunct Professor, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Physics Dept. 2004-08 Research Professor, University College Cork and Tyndall National

    Institute, with effect from 1st March 2004 till 30 April 2008) 1996-04 Professor of Materials Science in Electrical Engineering (C4),

    University of Wuppertal, Germany, with effect from 01.08.04 2003-04 Six-month Visiting Professorship at the University Paul Sabatier

    followed by a six-month stay as an invited CNRS researcher also at the University Paul Sabatier.

    1994-96 Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at the University of Glasgow with effect from 1.10.94

    1987-94 Lecturer in Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, with effect from 1.9.87. (Maternity Leave: 06.11.89 - 09.03.90)

    1984-87 University of St Andrews, Physics Department, appointed to a "New Blood" Lectureship in Physics on 1.9.84. 1987. Gained tenure at the University of St Andrews in August 1987.

    1983-84 University of St Andrews, Physics Department, Postdoctoral research assistant in the group of Prof R A Stradling.

    1 Full CV: https://www.icrea.cat/Web/ScientificStaff/clivia-marfa-sotomayor-torres-422 2 ICREA: Catalan Institution for Advanced Studies and Research. www.icrea.cat

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    RESEARCH INDICATORS For publications, citations and current research see: www.researcherid.com/rid/E-8418-2010 http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Xq_JZHkAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9986-2716 https://es.linkedin.com/in/cliviasotomayor http://www.academia-net.de/profil/prof-dr-clivia-marfa-sotomayor-torres/1199604 International invited/plenary/key note talks: > 140 h-index 40 (Google 47) Competitive research funding to date: Over €17 million AWARDS: 2015 Nanoimprint Pioneer Award. 2007 ICREA Research Professorship Award 2004 Science Foundation Ireland Principal Investigator Award 1993-94 Royal Society of Edinburgh and Scottish Office Education Department,

    Support Research Fellowship. One of eight awards in Scotland. 1990-91 Nuffield Foundation. A one-Year Science Research Fellowship. One of

    seven UK-wide awards in science. 1982-83 ZONTA International (USA). Amelia Earhart Fellowship for postgraduate

    studies at Manchester University. One of 30 world-wide awards in science and engineering.

    RESEARCH INTERESTS:

    • Light-matter and phonon-electron interactions in nanostructures. • Phonons in nanostructures, membranes, thin films and 2D materials. • Phononic and photonic crystals • Electronic, thermal and optical processes in nanostructured polymer, dielectric and

    semiconducting thin films. • Nano-optomechanics • Nanoimprint lithography and self-assembly of micro- and nano-particles and block

    copolymers • Dimensional and defectivity nanometrology • Functional inorganic nanostructures. • Optical properties of semiconductor quantum wells, wires and dots.

    UNIVERSITY STUDIES and DEGREES: 1979-83 University of Manchester, Faculty of Technology (UMIST), PhD in Physics, thesis

    title: Luminescence of highly excited GaInP, degree awarded on 19th March 1984 1976-79 University of Southampton, BSc. (Hons.) in Physics 1973-74 University of Chile-Santiago, Faculty of Science, first two years of Licenciatura

    en Fisica, a five-year degree [1974 Dec- 1976 March: political prisoner of Chile's military government. Never came to trial]

  • Appendices to CV of Prof. Dr C M Sotomayor Torres

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    Prof. Dr. Clivia M. Sotomayor Torres Appendices to Curriculum Vitae Contents Appendix 1: TEACHING & EXAMINATION RECORD ...................................................................... ii   Appendix 2: ADMINISTRATION, RESEARCH MANAGEMENT & COMMISSIONS OF TRUST vi   Appendix 3: RESEARCH GRANTS ...................................................................................................... xii   Appendix 4: SEMINARS AND TALKS ............................................................................................ xxiii   Alppendix 5: MEMBERS OF RESEARCH TEAM ......................................................................... xxxix   Appendix 6: SERVICES TO THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY ....................................................... xlix   Appendix 7: COOPERATION WITH INDUSTRY ................................................................................ lii   Appendix 8: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MEDIA .............................................................................. liii   Appendix 9: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ........................................................................................ lix  

  • Appendices to CV of Prof. Dr C M Sotomayor Torres

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    Appendix 1: TEACHING & EXAMINATION RECORD 1996-2004 University of Wuppertal, Department of Electrical & Information Engineering

    Hauptstudium (5th to 8th Semester): Physical Concepts for Semiconductors Devices (lectures and tutorials) Einführung in die Halbleiterphysik (lectures and tutorials) Photonic Materials (lectures and tutorials) Silicon Nano- and Optoelectronics (lectures and tutorials) Quantum Devices (lectures and tutorials) Advanced Electronics Laboratory I Advanced Electronics Laboratory II Forschungsseminar Mikro- und Nanoelektronik (research seminar) Aktuelle Probleme der organischen Halbleiter (research seminar 1996-98)

    1987-1996 University of Glasgow, Department of Electronics & Electrical Engineering

    Undergraduate teaching: Electromagnetic Fields and Waves III (lectures, tutorials and laboratory). Semiconductor Theory and Devices IV (lectures, tutorials and laboratory). Manufacturing and Materials TIII, BTech. Ed. (lectures, tutorials and laboratory). Electronics I (laboratory) Electronic Materials and Devices III (laboratory) Electronic Materials and Devices II (laboratory) Physical Engineering EEI (tutorials) Mathematics EEIA (lectures and tutorials) Mathematics EE1B (tutorials) Engineering Mathematics EEII (lectures and tutorials) Signal Processing IV (lectures and tutorials) Postgraduate teaching: Nanoelectronics: 18-hour lecture course MSc Module on Optical Sensing and Signal Processing (lectures, tutorials and laboratories).

    1984-1987 University of St Andrews, Physics Department Undergraduate teaching: Solid State Physics I (lectures, tutorials and laboratory). Solid State Physics II (lectures, tutorials and laboratory). Postgraduate courses: MSc course in Lasers and Optoelectronic Devices, module on Semiconductors, tutorials, laboratory and project supervision).

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    1979-1983 University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST). Part-time teaching Assistant in Physics, tutorials and laboratory demonstration for undergraduates.

    International Postgraduate Lecture Courses and Seminars: 2016 Invited postgraduate lectures on “Thermal Transport in the Nano scale: from

    Thermal interface materials to thermoelectrics”, Nano2016 school, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 9-10 May.

    2014 Invited postgraduate lecture on “"Silicon free-standing membranes: Fabrication, thermal transport and phonon confinement", Department of Applied Electronics, Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 30 October.

    2014 Postgraduate 3-lecture mini-course on “Developments in nanoscience and nanotechnology”, U de Chile, Fac. Sciences, CEDENNA, UTEM; Santiago 7-9 January

    2012 Invited lecture, Son et Lumiere: from microphotonics to nanophotonics, Les Houches, France, September 17-28

    2010 Invited lecture at the NIPS Summer School on Energy Harvesting at micro and nanoscale, Avigliano Umbro (TR) Italy, 1-8 August 2010.

    2009 Invited lecture, METAMORPHOSE European Doctoral School on Metamaterials, Rethymnon, Crete, Greece, June 12-13, 2009

    2009 Invited lectures, 2nd School on Nanostructures, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile 6-9 January 2009

    2008 Invited lecture, Son et Lumiere: from microphotonics to nanophononics, Cargese, Corsica, France, 30 August- 11 September

    2008 Invited lectures, International School on Photonics and Molecular Ph