Marcel Claro is, since July 2020, a research fellow at the Spintronics group. His research is focused on the integration of 2D materials with spintronic devices as well as the application of spintronic nano-oscillators to artificial neural networks.
Marcel studied physics at the University of São Paulo – USP (Brazil) wherein his also received his master (2013) and then PhD (2017) for his work on infrared photodetectors based on quantum dots and quantum wells. Since then, Marcel worked as a research fellow at the Molecular Beam Epitaxy Group at the City University of New York – CUNY (USA), before he joined INL in September 2018 in the Laboratory for Nanostructured Solar Cells to work in two-dimensional chalcogenide materials. His early projects were focused in the growth, processing, characterization and integration of infrared photodetectors based on III-V, II-VI semiconductor heterostructures, and also in the epitaxial growth of topological insulators (Bismuth Selenide) and other 2D materials.
- MS Claro, J Grzonka, N Nicoara, PJ Ferreira, S Sadewasser
Wafer-scale fabrication of fast two-dimensional beta-In2Se3 photodetectors
arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.10819, 2020
- A Alzeidan, MS Claro, AA Quivy
High-detectivity infrared photodetector based on InAs submonolayer quantum dots grown on GaAs (001) with a 2× 4 surface reconstruction
Journal of Applied Physics 126 (22), 224506, 2019
- MS Claro, I Levy, TA Garcia, A Gangopadhyay, DJ Smith, MC Tamargo
Growth Habits of Bismuth Selenide (Bi2Se3) Layers and Nanowires over Stranski–Krastanov Indium Arsenide Quantum Dots
Crystal Growth & Design 19 (12), 6989-6993, 2019
- MS Claro, I Levy, A Gangopadhyay, DJ Smith, MC Tamargo
Self-assembled Bismuth Selenide (Bi 2 Se 3) quantum dots grown by molecular beam epitaxy
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-7, 8, 2019