Llorenç Serra

Llorenç Serra Crespí
  • IFISC (CSIC-UIB)
  • Campus Universitat de les Illes Balears
    E-07122 Palma de Mallorca. Spain
  • Office 209
  • +34 971 17 28 05
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PhD from the UIB (1991). Postdoc researcher at the University of Milan (1993-94). Associate professor (1996) and professor (2017) at UIB. Visitor, among others, of the Division de Physique Theorique d'Orsay, the University of Trento, the University of Reykjavik and the Korea University, where he spent a sabbatical in 2007-08. He has published more than 130 articles (researcher id D-9250-2011). He has continuously participated in funded research projects, being PI in three of them and he has been advisor of three PhD theses. His main research topic is the physics of nanosystems.


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Recent Publications

Conductance oscillations and speed of chiral Majorana mode in a quantum anomalous Hall two-dimensional strip

Osca, Javier; Serra, Llorenç
Physical Review B 98, 121407(R)(1-4) (2018)

Circular dichroism of chiral Majorana states

Osca, Javier; Serra, Llorenç
Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology 9, 1194-1199 (2018)

Majorana states in prismatic core-shell nanowires

Manolescu, Andrei; Sitek, Anna; Osca, Javier; Serra, Llorenç; Gudmundsson, Vidar; Stanescu, Tudor D.
Physical Review B 96, 125435 (1-13) (2017)

Topological suppression of magnetoconductance oscillations in normal-superconductor junctions

Osca, Javier; Serra, Llorenç
Physica Status Solidi B 254, 1700135 (2017)

Current distributions in stripe Majorana junctions

Osca, Javier; Serra, Llorenç
The European Physical Journal B 90, 90:28(1-7) (2017)

Ongoing Research projects

TQM@Nano

Transport in Quantum Materials at the Nanoscale

P.I.: Rosa Lopez, David Sánchez
The aim of TQM@Nano is to examine the transport properties of nanoscale conductors that exhibit features unique to quantum materials (topology, strong correlations). These systems are attracting a good deal attention due ...

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