Jon Gutierrez

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Jon Gutierrez

Senior Research Associate

Jon Gutiérrez received the diploma and the doctor degree, both in physics, from the Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU in 1985 and 1992, respectively. He is one of the seed members of the Group of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials founded and led by Prof. J.M. Barandiarán at this university. His areas of interest cover from the study of the structure and the fundamental magnetic properties of magnetic materials to the analysis and development of possible technical applications to be implemented in sensor-like devices. One of the main focus of his research is the use of magnetoelastic amorphous ribbons for sensing purposes, and any other related device or phenomenon, like nowadays magnetoelectric laminates or functionalized magnetoelastic labels for biosensing. Dr. J. Gutiérrez has published about 100 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and has supervised 4 PhD Thesis. He is member of the Technical Committee of the European Magnetic Sensors & Actuators (EMSA) and Materials and Applications for Sensors and Transducers (IC-MAST) Conferences.


E-mail:
jon.gutierrez@ehu.es


Phone:
+34 94 601 2553


Interests and objectives:

Current main research lines:

  • Magnetic properties of ferromagnetic shape memory alloys.
  • Magnetoelectric hybrid laminated composites.
  • Radiation damage in permanent magnets for particle accelerators


Notable facts:

Researcher responsible (IP) of the following proyect: ACTIMAT: Smart and functional materials, and materials for advanced processes, Basque Government, Etortek Program 2013-2014, IE13-380, 148.582 €.


Expertise:

  • Magnetic materials characterization at the macro- and micro-scale
  • Applications of magnetic materials

Current year's latest publications


  • , Sensors (MDPI), ,
  • , Smart Materials and Structures, ,
  • , AIP ADVANCES, ,
  • , European Polymer Journal, ,

Projects



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