Enrique del Barco received his PhD from the University of Barcelona (Spain) in 2001 for his investigations of spin quantum dynamics in single-molecule magnets. He spent three years as a postdoctoral associate in the physics department at New York University before joining UCF in 2005.
Del Barco’s research focuses on fundamental low-temperature magnetic and transport properties of low-dimensional systems, including molecular nanomagnets, magnetic nanostructures and graphene and its 2D crystal relatives.
Oversees the following graduate students:
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