Supervisor: Alicia Gómez
Marina Calero obtained her Bachelor of Science and Material Engineering from Seville University in 2017, and, completed her Master of NanoScience and Advanced Materials at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 2018.
She started her research joining the Department of Transport and Quantum Phenomena at Complutense University of Madrid as a research assistant in 2018, where she was involved in superconductor transport measurements. Then, she joined Centro de Astrobiología (CSIC-INTA) in collaboration with IMDEA-Nanoscience, Madrid, where she is currently pursuing the Ph.D degree in the field of low temperature physics, ultrasensitive detectors for quantum and space technologies. She is also involved in the study of the interaction of superconductors with 2D and magnetic materials.
Her research interests lie in the area of superconducting resonators, including modeling, nanofabrication and low temperature microwave characterization of microwave devices with applications in Astrophysics and Quantum Computing. She is also involved in the study of the interaction of superconductors with 2D and magnetic materials.
Her experience spans from the design and fabrication of superconducting electronics in cleanroom to the electronic characterization of superconducting devices at cryogenic temperatures with and without magnetic fields.
|Keywords||Superconducting microwave devices, lumped-element resonator, cryogenics, quantum computing|