Celia Castán-Guerrero

Celia Castán-Guerrero worked as a CNR-IOM Post-doc. She has a background in nano- and micro-fabrication techniques (EBL, FIB, photolithography), as well as in magnetic characterization techniques, such as MOKE, Kerr microscopy, XPEEM and XMCD. Her actual field of research also includes in-operando experiments to investigate the properties of materials either under electric and magnetic fields or in near ambient conditions.


2014 - Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Zaragoza, Spain

2009 - Physics Degree at the University of Zaragoza, Spain


Within NFFA
Our Research
Rev. Sci. Instrum., 89, 054101, (2018)
A reaction cell for ambient pressure soft x-ray absorption spectroscopy
C. Castán-Guerrero, D. Krizmancic, V. Bonanni, R. Edla, A. Deluisa, F. Salvador, G. Rossi, G. Panaccione, and P. Torelli
Our Research
J. Phys.: Conf. Ser., 903, 012061, (2017)
Influence of Mn diffusion on IrMn thickness threshold for the onset of exchange bias in IrMn/Co bilayers
G. Vinai, L. Frangou, C. Castan-Guerrero, V. Bonanni, B. Gobaut, S. Auffret, I.L. Prejbeanu, B. Dieny, V. Baltz and P. Torelli
Our Research
AIP Advances, 5, 127128, (2015)
Magnetoresistance of galfenol-based magnetic tunnel junction
B. Gobaut, G. Vinai, C. Castan-Guerrero, D. Krizmancic, H. Rafaqat, S. Roddaro, G. Rossi, G. Panaccione, M. Eddrief, M. Marangolo, and P. Torelli
Involved NFFA techniques: