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(525) 5622-50-08

Room 37,
Main Building,
Institute of Physics,
C.U., México D.F.

Mailing Address
Apdo. Postal 20-364, 01000, México D.F., México.

Professor Gerardo García Naumis

Academic background

Degree In Physics, Master in Science, and Phd. in Physics from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Posdoctoral stay at the Laboratoire de Gravitation et Cosmologie Quantiques, Univ. de Paris VI, with Prof. Richard Kerner.

Research interests

  • Disordered and Quasiperiodic Systems (DQS), like glasses, alloys, quasicrystals, soft-matter and fluids.
  • Electronic and thermodynamical properties of DQS, like the glass transition in chalcogenide glasses.
  • Spectral properties of quasiperiodic and disordered hamiltonians.
  • Applications of fractals and dynamical systems in solid state physics.
  • Statistical mechanics of equilibrium and non-equilibrium systems.
  • Structure and scattering theory of DQS.
  • Dynamical and complex systems
  • Spin glasses
  • Sociophysics/Econophysics
  • Acoustics
  • Elastic theory and seismology
  • Glass and phase transitions, renormalization group
  • Non-linearity
  • Fluids and complex fluids
  • Biophysics: protein folding and rigidity theory
  • Quantum ratchets and nanomachines
  • Correlated systems

  • Recent Publications

    "Beyond Phylogenetics: Darwinian Evolution of Actin", Marcelo A. Moret, Gilney Zebende, James C. Phillips, J.Q. Toledo-Marín and Gerardo G. Naumis, Rev. Mex. de Ingeniería Biomédica, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp 1-11, (2019).

    "Metal-insulator transition in 8-Pmmn borophene under normal incidence of electromagnetic radiation", Abdiel E. Champo and Gerardo G. Naumis, Phys. Rev. B 99, 035415 (2019).

    "Valley engineering by strain in Kekulé-distorted graphene", Elías Andrade, Ramón Carrillo Bastos and Gerardo G. Naumis, Phys. Rev. B 99, 035411 (2019).

    "Toward an Accurate Tight-Binding Model of Graphene's Electronic Properties under Strain", Botello A., Obeso-Juridini J.C.,Gerardo G. Naumis, J Phys. Chem. C 122, 27, 15753-15760 (2018).

    "Band Gaps and Wavefunctions of Electrons Coupled to Pseudo Electromagnetic Waves in Rippled Graphene", G. G. Naumis, R. Carrillo-Bastos, Physics Statu Solidi (RAPID RESEARCH LETTER), 1800072 (2018).

    "Escape time, relaxation and sticky states of a softened Henon-Heiles model: low frequency vibrational modes effects", J. Toledo and Gerardo G. Naumis, Phys. Lett. E 97, 042106 (2018).

    "Landauer-Buttiker conductivity for spatially-dependent uniaxial strained armchair-terminated graphene nanoribbons", G. G. Naumis, Pedro Roman-Taboada and Abdiel E. Champo, Physica E, Vol. 102, 123-131 (2018).

    "Electronic and optical properties of strained graphene and other strained 2D materials: a review", G. G. Naumis, S. Barraza-Lopez, M. Oliva-Leyva and H. Terrones, Rep. Prog. Phys. 9, 80 (2017).

    "Topological flat bands in time-periodically driven uniaxial strained graphene nanoribbons", P. Roman-Taboada and Gerardo G. Naumis, Physical Rev B 95, 115440 (2017).

    "Short time dynamics determine glass forming ability in a glass transition two-level model: A stochastic approach using Kraemers escape formula", J.Q. Toledo, G.G. Naumis, J. of Chem. Phys., 146, 094506 (2017).

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