Assistant Professor 

PhD, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2009)

de la Venta’s Lab

Research Interests

Our interest lies in electronic, magnetic, optical and structural properties of materials and devices. We are interested in studying how different properties of systems change on nano-length scales and with the dimensionality of the system. In addition, proximity effects and external stimuli are tools that allow us to tailor the properties of these systems.

Selected Publications

  • Control of Magnetism Across Metal to Insulator Transitions. J. de la Venta, Siming Wang, J. G. Ramirez and Ivan K. Schuller. Applied Physics Letters 102, 122404 (2013)
  • Exchange Bias Induced by the Fe3O4 Verwey transition. J. de la Venta, M. Erekhinsky, Siming Wang, K. G. West, R. Morales, and Ivan K. Schuller. Physical Review B, 85, 134447 (2012)
  • Methodology and search for superconductivity in the La-Si-C system. J. de la Venta, Ali C. Basaran, T. Grant, A. J. S. Machado, M. R. Suchomel, R. T. Weber, Z. Fisk, and Ivan K. Schuller. Superconductor Science and Technology, 24, 075017 (2011)
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