Rafael Zamorano Ulloa
Dr. Rafael Zamorano Ulloa is a Full Professor in the Department of Physics at the National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City. He is the Founder of the Biophysics and Magnetic Measurements Lab (MMBL). His research focuses on electron paramagnetic resonance, ferromagnetic resonance, theoretical and experimental techniques, paramagnetic relaxation processes, bioparamagnetic materials, DNA irradiation effects, free radical detection and characterization in a wide variety of chemical compounds and metal complexes and biological, nitrogen and/or oxygen stressed systems. Currently, he is also focusing on the non-linear dynamics of microwave magnetic materials, low power, excitation. He has a Ph.D. in Physics from Florida State University, USA. Dr. Zamorano Ulloa has received several awards, and recognition due to his work. He has co-authored more than 105 journal papers and 27 refereed conferences’ papers plus a book and 3 book chapters with 150+ other conference publications.