I received a BSc in Physics from Universidade Federal Fluminense in 2005. In 2006, I received a MSc in Condensed Matter Physics from Universidade Federal Fluminense for woking with theoretical spintronics.
In 2010, I received a PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from Universidade Federal Fluminense. During the PhD I worked with theoretical modelling of carbon based nanodevices, focusing on electronic transport properties.
Theory & Modelling Group
At the moment, I work as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow under the supervision of Professor Mauro Ferreira at the Trinity College Dublin School of Physics. At Professor Mauro's group, I am involved in the theoretical modelling of random silver nanowire networks.
My general interest in research is theoretical modelling of properties from nanoscopic devices and systems.
- Molecular vibration sensor via transport measurements in carbon nanotubes
- C. Ritter, R. B. Muniz, S. S. Makler, and A. Latgé
- Phys. Rev. B 82, 113407 (2010)
- Electron transport in quantum antidots made of four-terminal graphene ribbons
- C. Ritter, M. Pacheco, P. Orellana, and A. Latgé, J. Appl
- Phys. 106, 104303 (2009)
- Energy-gap modulations of graphene ribbons under external fields: A theoretical study
- C. Ritter, S. S. Makler, and A. Latgé
- Phys. Rev. B 77, 195443 (2008)