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Jose A. Martin-Gago is research professor at ICMM-CSIC (Madrid-Spain) from 2012, and group leader of the ESISNA group (Structure of nanoscopic systems). The group address interdisciplinary and multi-technique research for understanding the structure and electronic properties of molecules on surfaces and other low-dimensional systems. In the group surface science techniques are complemented with first principles calculations. He performed his doctoral thesis at the E.S.R.F. (Grenoble-Fr, 1992) and was Marie-Curie fellow in the synchrotron LURE (Paris) from 1992 to 1994. In 2013 was awarded with an ERC-synergy grant for the project entitled “Gas and dust from the star to the laboratory. Exploring the Nanocosmos” (funded with 15M€), together with 2 other involved teams (J. Cernicharo and C. Joblin). He participates in the E.U. “Graphene flagship- WP material science”, studying the chemistry of graphene. He is member of several program review panel boards for European synchrotron radiation facilities, and currently, president of the Spanish Vacuum Society (ASEVA). He has co-authored more than 160 Science citation index (SCI) publications that collect more than 4000 citations, and is author of some books in nanotechnology.

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