Camila Gonzalez is a last year student of Electronics Engineering at Los Andes University. She is a member of the Microelectronic Center at Los Andes University and is participating in the Educational Microscopy Project at her university. Camila has worked on the electrical characterization and nanofabrication techniques using the Asylum Research’s MFP-3D AFM, recently acquired by the university. Also, she has experience in the operation of a home-made STM as well as in some microfabrication techniques used at Los Andes University's Clean Room.
Camila’s research interest are Renewable energies, especially Photovoltaics.
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