Quantum science and technology, nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, quantum control, quantum computing and simulation, quantum thermodynamics, quantum sensing and metrology, critical phenomena, integrable systems.
Prof. del Campo has worked at The University of Massachusetts (USA), Los Alamos National Laboratory (USA), Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany), Ulm University (Germany) and Imperial College London (UK).
Distinguished Julius Robert Oppenheimer Fellow (2011), Leon Heller PDPA Publication Award (2014).
Director of the Quantum Science and Technology group at the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC).
PhD in 2008 at University of Basque Country.