Simposio Materiales Superconductores bienal RSEF 2019

El GEFES organiza un simposio sobre Materiales Superconductores en la XXXVII Reunión Bienal de la Real Sociedad Española de Física, que se celebrará en Zaragoza, del 15 al 19 de julio de 2019. Este simposio se celebrará el lunes 15 y el martes 16 de julio.


Abstract: Superconductivity is a property of some materials that do not show electrical resistance below a critical temperature. It is a very active research area that continues to pose new challenges, the most recent being superconductivity in hydrides at extreme pressures and with record temperatures and superconductivity in rotated graphene bilayers. At the fundamental level, much effort is devoted to understanding the mechanisms responsible for superconductivity in high temperature and other nonconventional superconductors, understanding superconductivity at the nanoscale or discovering new superconductors. Superconductivity can be used in a large number of applications (medicine, high energy Physics, fusion, energy generation and storage, sensors, quantum computers,…), many still in development. To date, superconductivity applications that have reached the market use low Tc materials. However, in recent years the technology has reached a high degree of maturity, with advances in the development of superconducting high temperature ribbons and wires that have already allowed the development of many prototypes for the energy sector on a real scale.
The symposium will address the latest advances and challenges of the research on superconducting materials in its different aspects: synthesis, characterization and properties, theory and microscopic foundations, hybrid hetero-structures, material optimization and application development. In addition to presenting the latest developments of this field, the symposium aims to promote collaborations among the Spanish groups that investigate on superconductivity.
The symposium will include an invited talk, oral presentations selected from the abstracts received and poster sessions. In the morning, Laura Greene, chief scientist of the National MagLab in Tallahassee, will give a plenary talk on superconducting materials. The day will also include outreach activities on superconductivity.

Charla plenaria: Laura Green (National Mag Lab, Florida State University)

Laura H Greene is the chief scientist at the National MagLab, Eppes Professor of Physics at Florida State University, and past-president of the American Physical Society. Her research is in quantum materials, including high-temperature superconductivity. Greene’s service includes being a Commission Chair and a vice president of the Council of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics on the Board of Directors of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and co-chairs the Decadal Survey for Materials Research for the NAS. Greene is a member of the NAS, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Institute of Physics (UK), the AAAS, and the APS. She has been a Guggenheim Fellow and garnered numerous awards, including the Lawrence Award from the U.S. Department of Energy, and the APS Maria Goeppert-Mayer Award. She has co-authored over 200 publications and presented over 500 invited talks.
Leni Bascones, ICMM-CSIC
Teresa Puig, ICMAB-CSIC


The round table “Opportunities in superconductivity. A view from Spain”  will count with the participation of  María José Calderón, Lourdes Fábregas, Laura Greene, Xavier Obradors and Hermann Suderow. There will be also ample time for discussion open to the public.


Hora Lunes Martes
15:00-15:30 Ion Errea (inv)  Victor Fernández (inv)
15:30-15:45 Fernando Gallego Miguel Ángel Alario
15:45-16:00 Sebastian Bergeret Belén Valenzuela
16:00-16:15 Mariela Menghini María José Calderón
16:15-16:30 Edwin Herrera Beilun Wu
16:30-17:30 FlashTalk+Café Póster + Café
17:30-17:45 FlashTalk+Café Jaume Gázquez
17:45-18:00 Joffre Gutierrez Rosa Córdoba
18:00-18:15 Carlos Pobes Rafael Navarro
18:15-18:30 M. José Martínez Mesa Redonda (45 min)
18:30-18:45 Marina Calero Round table
18:45-19:00 Juri Banchewski Round table

Charlas invitadas

  1. Ion Errea. Near room temperature superconductivity in hydrides.
  2. Víctor Fernández (Premio GEFES Tesis Teórica) Theoretical description of radiative heat transfer: Exploring the limits of Planck’s law.

Contribuciones orales

  1. Jaume Gazquez. A combined microscopy and first-principles approach for understanding the defect landscape of YBa2Cu3O7-x at the single-atom level
  2. Joffre Gutierrez . Coated Conductor technology for the beam screen of high energy circular colliders
  3. Rafael Navarro. Effect of UV picosecond pulse laser irradiation of Nb surfaces on their magnetic flux pinning.
  4. María José Calderón. Exploring correlations in twisted bilayer graphene.
  5. Marina Calero. Development of Superconducting Lumped Element Resonators for molecular spin quantum processors,
  6. Belén Valenzuela. Spin-orbital-lattice interplay in iron superconductors
  7. Rosa Córdoba. Direct-write method to fabricate 3D superconducting nanotubes,
  8. María José Martínez Pérez. Practical nanoSQUID sensors.
  9. Sebastian Bergeret. Transport properties of superconductors  with spin-dependent fields.
  10. Beilun Wu. Angular dependence of magnetoresistance up to 22T in topological materials.
  11. Fernando Gallego. Tunable interfacial superconductivity in multiferroic tunnel junctions
  12. Carlos Pobes. Development of Transition Edge Sensors (TES) for soft X-ray detection,
  13. Mariela Menghini. Vortex dynamics on superconducting and non-superconducting periodic arrays.
  14. Juri Banchewski. Ultrafast transient liquid assisted growth of high current density superconducting films
  15. Miguel Ángel Alario. Crystal Structure and Hole Doping Relations in Overdoped Mo3Cu0.7Sr2RECu2Oy (RE= Pr, Nd, Gd, Tm and Yb) Supeconducting Materials.
  16. Edwin Herrera. Manipulating vortices using tilted magnetic fields.

Posters (flashtalks)

  1. Victor Rollano. Superconducting vortices moving on a periodic pinning potential created by magnetic multilayer nanostructures: Commensurability vs Little Parks effects.
  2. Fernando Peñaranda. Conditions for the existence of a topological protected phase in full shell proximitized nanowires.
  3. Marta Fernández Lomana. Magnetoresistance of the superconductor LaRu2P2
  4. David Sánchez Manzano. High temperature long range proximity effect in YBa2Cu3O7 / La7Sr0.3MnO3 planar structures.
  5. Esteban Paredes. For induce and measure high currents in htc superconductors rings.
  6. Alejandro Fernández Rodríguez. Tuning the electronic structure of High Temperature Superconducting films by field induced oxygen diffusion.
  7. Pablo Orus. Vortex transport in superconducting W-C nanostructures.
  8. Raquel Fernández Martín. Spin-orbital interplay in the mechanism of superconductivity of iron superconductors.
  9. Cosme González. Controllable Switching of the Superconductivity of a Tungsten STM Tip on Epitaxial Graphene

Otros posters

  1. Isabel Guillamon. Quasiparticle interference and vortex lattice imaging in pure and Ni-doped CaKFe4As4
  2. Hermann Suderow. Observation of a gel of quantum vortices in a superconductor
  3. Jordi Alcalá. Nano-engineered YBCO Superconducting tapes for Fusion Applications
  4. María Teresa Magaz Pérez. Exploring new materials for superconducting Kinetic Inductance Detectors
  5. Tommaso Cea. Leggett mode controlled by light pulses.
  6. Laura Greene. Field-induced Gap-like Structure in the Heavy-fermion Superconductor CeCoIn5

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