Jeronimo _ Maze Rios
FACULTAD DE FISICA, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA
Defects in solids as high precision sensors; modeling and realization of macroscopic quantum phenomena; physical applications to other disciplines and industry
Physics, HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Estados Unidos, 2010
Physics, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE. Chile, 2008
Engineer, PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE. Chile, 2002
Asistant Professor, Department of Physics 44 horas semanales
Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Chile
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Associate Professor Full Time
PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE
2010 - A la fecha
Analyst Full Time
Banco de Chile
2003 - 2005
- Nataniel Figueroa (Bachelor Thesis 2014). Dissertation on “Combining optical tweezers and nitrogen-vacancy centers in nanodiamonds for biological sensing”.
- Victor Waselowski (Bachelor Thesis 2012). Dissertation on microwave and radio frequency spectroscopy of defects in diamond using a confocal setup to study the coherence and optical properties of color centers in diamond.
- Ignacio Alvizu (Bachelor Thesis 2013). Dissertation on the interaction between a central electronic spin associated with color centers in diamond and an environment composed of nuclear and electronic spins for characterizing the sensitivity of color center-based sensors.
- Nicolás Segura (Bachelor Thesis 2013). Dissertation on “Design and construction of an optical tweezers setup for generating multiple traps” with the purpose of nanopositioning small dielectric particles and nanocrystals diamond close to biological specimen for biological detection.
- Victor Waselowski (PhD Student). Dissertation on developing spectroscopic techniques for augmenting the signal to noise of magnetic sensors based on trapped molecules in diamond.
- Ariel Norambuena (PhD Candidate). Dissertation on theoretical models to account for the effect of vibrations on the absorption and emission properties of trapped molecules in diamond.
- Hector Duarte (PhD Candidate). Dissertation on theoretical models for spectroscopic techniques based on color centers in diamond.
- Nathalie Casanova, a postdoc participating on a multidisciplinary project directed by professor Maze on developing sensors and materials for biological applications.