Department of Physics

Selector de Idiomas

Ferney Javier Rodríguez Dueñas

Office: BD. Ip-309
Telephone: (571) 339-4949, Ext. 2733
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Office Hours: By appointment

"The study of quantum effects in biological systems has emerged as a new area of interest in physics. This interdisciplinary field of research unites theoretical and experimental efforts to verify the existence of non-classical correlations in nature. It is my interest to merge tools from fundamental areas in physics such as condensed matter and quantum optics to analyze the processes of photosynthesis. My fields of interest are focused on understanding the ultrafast temporal dynamics of entangled photons interacting with low-dimensional semiconductor systems, quantum phase transitions, non-classical correlations in biological systems, quantum entanglement and discord in bipartite and multi body systems and strong coupling theories in closed and open quantum systems where non-Markovian effects can be theoretically calculated and experimentally described."

Academic degrees:
  • Ph.d. (U. Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, 1994)
  • Physicist (Uniandes, 1987)
Research Area:
  • Theoretical Physics of condensed matter.
  • Optoelectronics.
  • Nanostructures.
Current research:
  • Semiconductor Nanostructure Physics: Ultrafast spectroscopy.
  • Quantum optics, quantum effects in biological systems, entanglement.
  • Agreed with Colciencias for groups known as groups of excellence.
Current teaching assignment: