Marta Gibert studied Physics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and was awarded her doctorate in 2009 for his thesis "Self-assembled strain-induced oxide nanostructures grown by chemical solutions, opens an external URL in a new window".During her dissertation, she was already doing research at the IFW-Dresden (Germany), the University of Cambridge (UK) and the Los Alamos National Lab (USA). In 2010 she moved to Switzerland to the University of Geneva with Prof. Triscone, first as a PostDoc, later as "maître assistante". In 2014 she was able to win an "Excellence Research Fellowship" from the University of Geneva, in 2016 she received the "IBM-Condensed Matter Physics prize, opens an external URL in a new window" from the Swiss Physical Society for the study "Unique magnetic coupling at oxide interfaces ”. In 2018, she received a fundingprofessorship from the SNS, opens an external URL in a new window and moved to the University of Zurich.
Marta Gibert's research focuses on the interface physics of oxides and the production of high quality functional heterogeneous structures.E138 - interne und externe Nachrichten