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    Virginia Tech

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    Salvador Barraza-Lopez was born in Mexico City and received his bachelor degree in Physics at Instituto Politecnico Nacional. He is best known for his experimental work in the field of Quantum Optics. He is finishing his PhD studies at University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign, scheduled to graduate in August of 2006. His academic advisor is Professor Karl Hess. Under his guidance, Salvador has worked in transport through nanotubes and, more recently, on the interaction between nanotubes and semiconductor substrates within density functional theory.

    Currently at Virginia Tech.


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