Dr Jose Marques-Hueso
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Earl Mountbatten Building
His research focuses on the use and development of applications of functional materials for optoelectronic devices, sensors and additive manufacturing, with the following interests:
Materials and processes for additive manufacturing: nanocomposites, laser writing, multimaterial integration, polymer/metal interfaces and biomimetic manufacturing.
Novel manufacturing technologies for nanostructured sensors: plasmonic, optical and electrochemical sensing.
Photonic materials: lanthanide and luminescent nanomaterials (for upconversion, down-conversion, down-shifting…), photosensitive systems, metallic nanocomposites.
A list of all research publications is available on the Research Gateway
“Improving Optical Temperature Sensing Performance of Er3+ Doped Y2O3 Microtubes via Co-doping and Controlling Excitation Power”, Scientific Reports 7, 758 (2017), Xiangfu Wang, Ye Wang, Jose Marques-Hueso and Xiaohong Yan
“Broadband Emission in Tellurite Glasses”, in Technological Advances in Tellurite Glasses, Vol. 254 , pp 155-211, Springer (2017) Kummara Venkata Krishnaiah , J. Marques-Hueso, Raman Kashyap
“Propagation length enhancement of surface plasmon polaritons in gold nano-/microwaveguides by the interference with photonic modes in the surrounding active dielectrics”, Nanophotonics, (2017), DOI: 10.1515/nanoph-2016-0166, Isaac Suarez, Albert Ferrando, Jose Marques-Hueso, et al.
“A bio-inspired photopatterning method to deposit silver nanoparticles onto non-conductive surfaces using spinach leaves extract in ethanol”, Conf. on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Syst., 71-78 (2016) M.P.Y. Desmulliez, D.E.G. Watson, J. Marques-Hueso, J. Hoy-Gig Ng
“Spectroscopy and near infra-red upconversion of Er3+-doped TZNT glasses”, Journal of Luminescence, 169, 270-276 (2016), K. V. Krishnaiah, J. Marques-Hueso, K. Suresh, G. Venkataiah, C. K. Jayasankar and B.S. Richards
“Enhanced energy conversion of up-conversion solar cells by the integration of compound parabolic concentrating optics”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 140, 217-223 (2015). G.E. Arnaoutakis, J. Marques-Hueso, A. Ivaturi, S. Fischer, J. C. Goldschmidt, K.W. Krämer, and B.S. Richards
"Photonic Crystal Driven Spectral Concentration for Up-conversion Photovoltaics", Advanced Optical Materials, 3, 568–574, 2015, (Paper selected for one of the covers of the issue), J. Marques-Hueso, R. Peretti, R. Abargues, B.S. Richards, C. Seassal, J.P. Martínez-Pastor
“Ultrabroadband near-infrared and visible upconversion luminescence of Er3+-doped tungstate-tellurite glasses”, Science of Advanced Materials, 7, 2, 345-353 (2015), K. V. Krishnaiah, G. Venkataiah, J. Marques-Hueso, P. Dharmaiah and C. K. Jayasankar, B.S. Richards
"Electronic structure, optical properties and lattice dynamics in atomically thin Indium Selenide flakes", Nano Research, 7, 1556-1568 (2014), J.F. Sánchez-Royo, G. Muñoz-Matutano, M. Brotons-Gisbert, R. Mata, J.Canet-Ferrer, J.P. Martínez-Pastor, A. Segura, A. Cantarero, G. Tobias, E. Canadell, J. Marques-Hueso, B.D. Gerardot“Measurement Procedure for Absolute Broadband IR Up-Conversion Photoluminescent Quantum Yields: Correcting for Absorption/Re-Emission”, Review of Scientific Instruments 85 (6), 063109, (2014), S.K. W. MacDougall, A. Ivaturi, J. Marques-Hueso, and B.S. Richards
“Broadband Photoluminescent Quantum Yield Optimisation of Er3+-doped β-NaYF4 for Upconversion in Silicon solar cells”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 128, 18-26, (2014), S.K.W. MacDougall, A. Ivaturi, J. Marques-Hueso, K. Krämer, B.S. Richards
“Self-absorption in upconverter luminescent layers: impact on quantum yield measurements and on designing optimized photovoltaic devices”, Optics Letters, 39, 10, 2904-2907 (2014), A. Boccolini, J. Marques-Hueso, B.S. Richards
“Enhanced Up-conversion for Photovoltaics via Concentrating Integrated Optics”, Opt. Express, 22, A452 (2014), G.E. Arnaoutakis, J. Marques-Hueso, A. Ivaturi, K.W. Krämer, S. Fischer, J.C. Goldschmidt, B.S. Richards
“Physical performance limitations of luminescent down-conversion layers for photovoltaic applications”, Sol. Energ. Mat. Sol. Cells, 122, 8-14 (2014), A. Boccolini, J. Marques-Hueso, D. Chen, Y. Wang, B.S. Richards
“Coupling of sunlight into optical fibres and spectral dependence for solar energy applications”, Solar Energy, 93, 235-243 (2013), G. E. Arnaoutakis, J. Marques-Hueso, T. K. Mallick, B. S. Richards"Properties of silicon integrated photonic lenses: bandwidth, chromatic aberration, and polarization dependence", Optical Engineering, 52(9), 091710 (2013). J. Marques-Hueso, L. Sanchis, B. Cluzel, F. De Fornel, J.P. Martínez-Pastor.
“Enhancing the Photoluminescent Quantum Yield of β-NaY0.9F4:Er3+0.1 via Broadband Excitation for Upconversion in Photovoltaic Devices”, Optics Express, 20(S6), A879 (2012), S.K.W. MacDougall, A. Ivaturi, J. Marques-Hueso, K. W. Krämer, B. S. Richards
"Genetic algorithm designed silicon integrated photonic lens operating at 1550 nm", Appl. Phys. Lett, 97, 071115 (2010), J. Marques-Hueso, L. Sanchis, B. Cluzel, F. De Fornel, J.P. Martínez-Pastor.
"Ag and Au/DNQ-Novolac nanocomposites patternable by ultraviolet lithography: a fast route to plasmonic sensor microfabrication", Journal of Materials Chemistry, 20, 7436-7443 (2010)
J. Marques-Hueso R. Abargues, J. L. Valdés, J.P. Martínez-Pastor.
“Au-PVA nanocomposite negative resist for one-step 3D e-beam lithography”, Langmuir, 26, 2825-2830 (2010), J. Marques-Hueso, R. Abargues, J Canet-Ferrer, et al.
He received his MSc in physics from the University of Valencia (Spain). From 2002 to 2005, he worked in the Soft-Matter Group at the Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Germany) on the fabrication of 3-D colloidal crystals. In 2005-2006 he completed a PG Cert on photonics. In 2011, he completed his PhD in the Optoelectronic Materials and Devices Group (Materials Institute, Uni. Valencia). He has worked on the development of new metallic nanocomposite materials with lithographic properties, and active and passive photonic crystal-based devices, focusing mainly on nanofabrication processes. In 2011, he joined Heriot-Watt University as research associate to apply photon-managing technologies based on nanophotonic concepts for third-generation solar cells. In 2015 he commenced a position as research fellow on the use of metallic nanocomposite materials in additive manufacturing. He has published over 40 journals and conferences papers, 2 book chapters and holds an international patent on nanofabrication. He has more than 50 participations in conferences and scientific events, including symposium and conference organisation and several invited oral presentations. Since Feb 2017 he has been a lecturer at Heriot-Watt University and his research focuses on the use of functional materials for optoelectronic devices, sensors and additive manufacturing.