Gonzalo Santoro Domingo

I performed my PhD (2011) at the Institute of Polymer Science and Technology (ICTP-CSIC, Madrid, Spain) on polymer-carbon nanotubes nanocomposites, with special emphasis on the development of vibrational microspectroscopic methods for the study of such materials.

From 2012 to 2014 I was contracted as postdoctoral researcher at the P03 MiNaXS beamline of the PETRA III storage ring in DESY (Hamburg, Germany). During this period I was mainly involved in beamline development (e.g., new hard X-ray focusing strategies, new sample environments) as well as on different projects related to the use of Grazing Incidence X-ray Scattering (GIWAXS, GISAXS and GIUSAXS) as an in-situ time-resolved tool for studying kinetic phenomena in thin films

From 2015 to 2022, I was contracted at ESISNA as postdoctoral researcher within the ERC-Synergy NANOCOSMOS project to develop the STARDUST machine, a unique Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) machine to unveil plausible mechanisms of interstellar dust formation in dying stars.

I am currently Ramón y Cajal researcher at the Insituto de Estructura de la Materia, IEM (CSIC) where my research is focused on the use of synchrotron radiation techniques for Soft Matter and Polymers. I am Associate Scientist of ESISNA with whom I keep an active collaborration on Laboratory Astrochemistry.


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