I am a physicist working in the modelling and simulation of the optical properties of novel nanostructure materials. In this website you will find information of my research projects, software development and other activities. For any question or suggestion e-mail me to alejandro.molina at uv.es.
Research interest: Excitons, ultrafast spectroscopy, electronic structure, electron-phonon interaction, carrier dynamics, many-body effects in low-dimensional systems.
Methods: Density Functional Theory, many-body perturbation theory, non-equilibrium green function theroy, tight-binding method, effective mass approximation.
Materials: 2D-materials (graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, boron nitride), heterostructures of 2D-materials, quantum wells, search of new materials.
Current position: Juan de la Cierva-Incorporación. Institute of Materials Science, University of Valencia, Spain.
2012-2017. Research Associate, Physics and Materials Science Research Unit, University of Luxembourg.
2011-2012. Postdoc. Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology, Lille, France.
2006-2010. PhD. Institute of Materials Science, University of Valencia, Spain.