J. Javier Campo Ruiz
PhD - Staff
Aragón Nanoscience and Materials Institute
Javier Campo (Spanish, San Adrián 1968) made his doctoral thesis at the Aragón Materials Science Institute (ICMA), join research institute between the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the University of Zaragoza, in 1995.
Later he moved to the University of Montpellier where he made a post-doctoral stay of 2 years.
From 1998 to 2002 Dr J Campo was appointed by the CSIC as scientist responsible for the CRG-D1B at the Institute Laue Langevin (ILL) in Grenoble (France) and in 2003 he joined the ICMA as a researcher under the Spanish program “Ramón y Cajal” where he continued heading the Spanish CRG’s at the ILL, including the CRG-D15 and recently the new diffractometer for extreme conditions XtremeD.
He was Director of the ICMA from 2012 to 2020. Now his scientific interest is focused on the study of “Magnetic Chirality“, “Purely organic magnets” and “Operando large scale facilities techniques to study materials for energy” by using neutron scattering techniques.