César Clavero is a Research Scientist in the Plasma Applications Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), Berkeley, California. He received his PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) in 2007. Dr. Clavero´s research interests include the fabrication, characterization and modeling of thin films, multilayers and nanostructures, with emphasis on their optical and plasmonic properties. Dr. Clavero has coauthored 40 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, 6 peer-reviewed conference papers, one book chapter and more than 100 international conference presentations. He currently serves as officer and co-organizer for the Northern California Chapter of the American Vacuum Society (AVS).
In addition to his research activities, Dr. Clavero is involved in several scientific and educational outreach activities. He has been involved with NISE since 2011.
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