He started his career recently as a postdoc at CRISMAT (Caen, France) in the group of Sylvie Hebert where he studied the thermoelectric properties of magnetic sulfides. He moved afterwards to the GEEPS (Sorbonne University, Paris) where he contributed to the development of magnetoelectric devices for biomedical applications.
He obtained a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the National University of Mexico in 2017. His PhD work, conducted in collaboration with the ITODYS lab. (Paris, Diderot) is mainly focused in the investigation of high density nanograined multiferroic ceramics.
He has joined the Department of Surfaces and Interfaces (DSI) of the IPCMS in mid-April 2020 as a postdoc. He participates to the ongoing research on the topological structure of ferroelectric domain walls under the guidance of Salia Cherifi-Hertel.
- 2021 / SHEDDING LIGHT ON NON-ISING POLAR DOMAIN WALLS: INSIGHT FROM SECOND HARMONIC GENERATION MICROSCOPY AND POLARIMETRY ANALYSIS, Salia Cherifi-Hertel, Cédric Voulot, Ulises Acevedo-Salas, Yide Zhang, Olivier Crégut, Kokou Dorkenoo, Riccardo Hertel. Journal of Applied Physics 129, 081101. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0037286
- 2019 / IMPACT OF THE IRON SUBSTITUTION ON THE THERMOELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF Co1−xFexS2 (x ≤ 0.30), Ulises Acevedo Salas, Ismail Fourati, Jean Juraszek, Fabienne Richomme, Dennis Pelloquin, Antoine Maignan and Sylvie Hébert, Phys. Trans. of the Roy. Soc. A 377: 20180337. Facteur d’impact : 3.093. DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsta.2018.0337
- 2017 / FERRITE NANOSTRUCTURES CONSOLIDATED BY SPARK PLASMA SINTERING (SPS), Romain Breitwieser, Ulises Acevedo, Souad Ammar and Raul Valenzuela. Nanostructured Materials, Edited by Mohindar Seehra, ISBN: 978-953-51-5244-6 InTech. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5772/68017
- 2017 / AN IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY STUDY OF MAGNETODIELECTRIC COUPLING IN BaTiO3-CoFe2O4 NANOSTRUCTURED MULTIFERROICS, Ulises Acevedo, Rene Lopez-Noda, Romain Breitwieser, Francisco Calderon, Souad Ammar and Raul Valenzuela, AIP Advances 7, 055813. Facteur d’impact : 1.653. DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4974493