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Miryam Arredondo joined the Centre for Nanostructured Media as a lecturer in 2012. She received her primary degree from the Instituto Tecnologico Superior de Irapuato (Mexico) and obtained her PhD from the University of New South Wales (Australia) in 2011 at Prof. Valanoor’s group. In 2010, she joined the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics for one year for a postdoctoral fellowship in a European project in functional oxides (IFOX).

Her research has focused in exploring ferroelectrics and other functional oxides via transmission electron microscopy (TEM) techniques. Her thesis centred in interface effects of ferroelectric thin films, including structural defects and diffusion. She has ample experience in TEM and her current interests are focused in dynamic studies of functional materials, with special interest on ferroics.

She is a member of the Institute of Physics, Juno IOP Champion and member of the SWAN self-assessment team of the school.


Physics undergraduate teaching

Level 3 physics laboratories

Level 4 MSci Projects Supervisor

PHY2082 Physics of the Solid State

PHY4024 Condensed matter and Materials Science

Level 1 physics laboratories

Level 1 physics tutorials


Postgraduate teaching

PHY9032 Materials Characterisation 

PHY9033 Materials Science Case Study

Research Interests

Electron microscopy techniques

Functional materials

Nanoscale Physics


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