Gustavo Martini Dalpian

Doutorado em Fisica em 2003, Instituto de Fisica da Universidade de São Paulo


Gustavo Dalpian se formou em 'Física - Licenciatura Plena' na Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Concluiu seu doutorado em Fisica em 2003, no Instituto de Fisica da Universidade de São Paulo, onde estudou as propriedades de superfícies de materiais semicondutores. Por sua tese de doutorado recebeu menção honrosa no Prêmio SBF de Melhor Tese de Doutoramento de 2004. Fez pós-doutoramento no National Renewable Energy Laboratory e na University of Texas at Austin, nos Estados Unidos, onde desenvolveu pesquisas sobre materiais para energia e nanomateriais. Ingressou na UFABC em 2006, integrando a primeira turma de professores contratados. Coordenou a criação do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Nanociências e Materiais Avançados desta universidade, programa este aprovado pela CAPES nos níveis de Mestrado e Doutorado com nota inicial 5. Atualmente é Vice-Reitor da Universidade Federal do ABC. Publicou mais de 40 artigos em revistas científicas especializadas, sendo que seus artigos foram citados mais de 700 vezes. É revisor científico de mais de uma dúzia destas revistas. Ministrou palestras convidadas em inúmeros eventos nacionais e internacionais, bem como em diversas instituições de ensino e pesquisa. Em seu currículo Lattes os termos mais freqüentes na contextualização da produção científica são: materiais semicondutores, teoria do funcional da densidade, defeitos e materiais nanoestruturados.

 

Gustavo Dalpian majored in 'Physics - Full Degree' at the Federal University of Santa Maria. Finished his PhD in Physics in 2003, the Institute of Physics of the University of São Paulo, where he studied the properties of surfaces of semiconductor materials. For his doctoral dissertation received honorable mention in the SBF Award for Best PhD Thesis 2004. Did postdoctoral studies at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the University of Texas at Austin, USA, where he developed research on materials and nanomaterials for energy. Joined UFABC in 2006, integrating the first class of teachers hired. Coordinated the creation of the Graduate Program in Nanoscience and Advanced Materials at this university, this program approved by CAPES in Masters and Doctoral levels with initial note 5. He is currently Vice-Rector of the Universidade Federal do ABC. Published over 40 articles in specialized journals, and his articles have been cited more than 700 times. He's a referre for more than a dozen of magazines. Gave invited lectures at numerous national and international events, as well as various educational institutions and research. In your resume Lattes the most frequent terms in the context of scientific output are: semiconductors, density functional theory, defects and nanostructured materials.


 

Currículo Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/5205312713550726

Publicações e Citações no Google Scholar

E-mail: gustavo.dalpian (at) ufabc.edu.br

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Linhas de Pesquisa

Síntese, Caracterização e Modelagem de Materiais

PUBLICAÇÕES RECENTES

Information content in F(R) brane models with nonconstant curvature, Phys. Rev. D 92, 126005 (2015)


Thermal rectification in anharmonic chains under an energy-conserving noise, Phys. Rev. E 92, 062120 (2015)


Multiband electronic characterization of the complex intermetallic cage system Y1−xGdxCo2Zn20, Phys. Rev. B 92, 214414 (2015)


Irreversibility and the Arrow of Time in a Quenched Quantum System, Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 190601 (2015)


Practical security analysis of two-way quantum-key-distribution protocols based on nonorthogonal states, Phys. Rev. A 92, 052317 (2015)


Tight bound on the trace distance between a realistic device with partially indistinguishable bosons and the ideal Boson Sampling, Phys. Rev. A 91, 063842 (2015)


Hierarchically structured nanowires on and nanosticks in ZnO microtubes, Scientific Reports 5, 15128 (2015)


Microtubes decorated with nanowires, Applied Physics Letters 106, 213104 (2015)


Relaxation dynamics of deeply supercooled confined water in L,L-diphenylalanine micro/nanotubes, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 17, 32126 (2015)


Compact stars with a small electric charge: the limiting radius to mass relation and the maximum mass for incompressible matter, Euro. Phys. J. C, 75, 76 (2015)


Charged black holes in expanding Einstein-de Sitter universes, Classical and Quantum Gravity 32, 115004 (2015)


Numerical relativity simulations of neutron star merger remnants using conservative mesh refinement, Phys. Rev. D 91, 124041 (2015)


DFT+U Simulation of the Ti_4O_7−TiO_2 Interface, Phys. Rev. Applied 3, 024009 (2015)


Partial indistinguishability theory for multiphoton experiments in multiport devices, Phys. Rev. A 91, 013844 (2015)


Coherent measurements in quantum metrology, New Journal of Physics 17, 023057 (2015)


Classical Tests of General Relativity: Brane-World Sun from Minimal Geometric Deformation, Europhysics Letters 110, 40003 (2015)


Configurational Entropy for Travelling Solitons in Lorentz and CPT Breaking Systems, Annals of  Physics 359, 198 (2015)


Thick Braneworlds and the Gibbons-Kallosh-Linde No-go Theorem in the Gauss-Bonnet Framework, Europhysics Letters 110, 20004 (2015)


Questing for Algebraic Mass Dimension One Spinor Fields, European  Physical Journal C 75 (2015) 266


D-oscillons in the standard model extension, Phys. Rev. D 91, 125021 


Non-Markovian qubit dynamics in a circuit-QED setupPhys. Rev. A 91, 022122


Cavity-aided quantum parameter estimation in a bosonic double-well Josephson junctionPhys. Rev. A 91, 033631 (2015)


Thermal transport in out-of-equilibrium quantum harmonic chainsPhys. Rev. E 91, 042116 (2015)


Spinor Fields Classification in Arbitrary Dimensions and New Classes of Spinor Fields on 7-Manifolds, JHEP 1502, 069 (2015)


Regular Bulk Solutions in Brane-worlds with Inhomogeneous Dust and Generalized Dark Radiation, Adv. High Energy Phys. 2015, 59268 (2015)


Holographic Dark Energy Models and Higher Order Generalizations in Dynamical Chern-Simons Modified Gravity, Eur. Phys. J. C 75, 44 (2015)


Spherically symmetric thick branes cosmological evolution, Gen. Rel. Grav. 47, 1840 (2015).

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