Autonomous University of Madrid
Patricia Haro González was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. Her research interests have been growing and evolving continuously. During her PhD thesis she devoted a great deal of efforts to the spectroscopy of rare earth materials, studying the nanocrystals formation under laser irradiation techniques. In 2011, she finished her PhD with more than 30 publications in international journals, obtaining the Outstanding Ph.D. Thesis Award by ULL. During her first postdoctoral position in Verona’s University, she started to work with nanoparticles and their applications as optical thermal sensors in bio-system. Years later, I moved to UAM and started to work in the Fluorescence Imaging Group in the Physics of Materials Department. Here, she began working and leading a new research line, the optical manipulation of fluorescent nanoparticles.
Nanoparticles, Nanocrystals, spectroscopy of rare earth materials