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Eric Rosas

Prof. Eric Rosas

National Center of Metrology, CENAM, Mexico

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Eric Rosas joined CENAM in 2001 as the Scientific Coordinator of the Optics and Radiometry Division; maintaining five Mexican National Standards, including that for luminous intensity and its SI base unit, the Candela. He obtained his B.Sc. degree in Physics in 1994 from the Autonomous State University of Mexico and his Ph. D. from the State University of Guanajuato (CIO) in 1998. He has been guest researcher at the National Institute for Nuclear Research (Mexico, 1992-1994), the State University of New York (U.S.A., 1997), and the Imperial College London (UK, 1998) were he also worked as postdoctoral research assistant (1999-2000). He was recipient of the 1994 “Juan Josafat Pichardo” Award from the State of Mexico Government; and fellow of the Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program from the National Science Foundation (U.S.A.) in 1997. He has been President of the Mexican Academy for Optics as well as of the Mexico Territorial Committee for Optics of the International Commission for Optics (2008-2010); and is the current President of the Optics Division of the Mexican Physical Society and ad hoc President of the Iberian-American Optical Network. Eric Rosas has worked in high-dose gamma rays dosimetry based on electron-spin resonance spectroscopy; Doppler-free saturation spectroscopy based atoms trapping laser systems stabilization used in fundamental quantum research; conventional and holographic laser resonators spatial fundamental modes control; diode-pumped solid-state high-power conventional and holographic lasers design and construction; and primary radiometry and photometry.