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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

    "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).

    "Topological map of the Hofstadter butterfly: Fine structure of Chern numbers and Van Hove singularities", G. G. Naumis, Phys. Lett. A 380 (2016) 1772-1780.

    "Angle-dependent engineering in gated graphene superlattices", H. García-Cervantes, L. M. Gaggero-Sager, O. Sotolongo-Costa, G. G. Naumis and I.Rodríguez-Vargas, AIP ADVANCES 6, 035309 (2016).

    "Minimal cooling speed for glass transition in a simple solvable energy landscape model", J. Q. Toledo-Marín, I. Pérez Castillo and G. G. Naumis, Physica A 451 (2016) 227-236.

    "Self-similar charge transmission in gapped graphene", D.S. Díaz-Guerrero, I. Rodríguez-Vargas, G. G. Naumis and L. M. Gaggero-Sager, World Scientific, Fractals, Vol. 24, No. 2 (2016) 1630002.

    "Effective Dirac Hamiltonian for anisotropic honeycomb lattices: Optical properties", M. Oliva-Leyva and G. G. Naumis, Phys. Rev. B 93, 035439 (2016).

    "Sound waves induce Volkov-like states, band structure and collimation effect in graphene", M. O. Oliva-Leyva and G. G. Naumis, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 28 (2016) 025301.

    "Comment on "Penrose Tilings as Jammed Solids"", C. F. Moukarzel and G. G. Naumis, Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 209801 (2015).

    "Analytical calculation of electron group velocity surfaces in uniform strained graphene", W. A. Gómez-Arias and G. G. Naumis, Int. J. of Mod. Physics B, Vol. 30, No. 3 (2016) 1550263.

    "Heider balance, asymmetric ties, and gender segregation", M. J. Krawczyk, M. del Castillo-Mussot, E. Hernández-Ramirez, G. G. Naumis and K. Kulakowski, Physica A 439 66-74 (2015).

    "Low-frequency vibrational modes anomalies and rigidity: a key to understanding the glass and the electronic properties of flexible materials from a topological perspective", Gerardo G. Naumis, Frontiers in Materials (2015).

    "Spectral butterfly and electronic localization in rippled-graphene nanoribbons:Mapping onto effective one-dimensional chains", P Roman-Taboada and Gerardo G. Naumis, Physical Rev B 92, 035406 (2015).

    "Generalizing the Fermi velocity of strained graphene from uniform to nonuniform strain", M Oliva-Leyva and Gerardo G Naumis, Physics Letters A (2015).

    "Tunable dichroism and optical absorption of graphene by strain engineering", M Oliva-Leyva and Gerardo G Naumis, 2D Mater. 2 (2015) 025001.

    "Ab initio study of Si doping effects in Pd<96>Ni<96>P bulk metallic glass", J.A. Reyes-Retana and Gerardo G. Naumis, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 409 (2015) 49-53.

    "Spectral butterfly, mixed Dirac-Schrodinger fermion behavior, and topological states in armchair uniaxial strained graphene", P Roman-Taboada and Gerardo G. Naumis, PHYSICAL REVIEW B 90, 195435 (2014)

    "Mapping of strained graphene into one-dimensional Hamiltonians: Quasicrystals and modulated crystals", Gerardo G. Naumis and P Roman-Taboada, PHYSICAL REVIEW B 89, 241404(R) (2014)

    "Anisotropic AC conductivity of strained graphene", M. Oliva-Leyva and Gerardo G. Naumis, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS: CONDENSED MATTER 26 (2014) 125302 (5pp).

    "Centered Honeycomb NiSe2 Nanoribbons: Structure and Electronic Properties", J.A. Reyes-Retana, Gerardo G. Naumis and Felipe Cervantes-Sodi, THE JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C,(2014).

    "The effects of Si subtitution on the glass forming ability of Ni-Pd-P system, a DFT study on crystalline related clusters ", J.A. Reyes-Retana and Gerardo G. Naumis, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 387 (2014) 117-123.

    "Electron localization in disordered graphene for nanoscale lattice sizes: multifractal properties of the wavefunctions", J. E. Barrios Vargas and Gerardo G. Naumis, 2D Materials 1, 011009 (2014).

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