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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Magnet Research Hits Breakthrough
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Understanding Charge Transfers in Molecular Electronics
An international research team, which includes University of Central Florida Professor Enrique del Barco and Christian A. Nijhuis of the National University of Singapore, has…