Eider BerganzaI graduated in Physics in 2012 from the University of the Basque Country. During my master studies in 2013, she worked at the Material Science Institute of Madrid (ICMM-CSIC) on ceramic materials with ferroelectric properties. I carry out my PhD research studying magnetic domains in nanostructures using Magnetic Force Microscopy aided by micromagnetic simulations, under the supervision of Agustina Asenjo and Miriam Jaafar. 
After obtaining my PhD, I was working in the automotive industry in Stuttgart (Germany). In 2019 I was awarded with an Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) scholarship and I joined the group of Michael Hirtz at the Nanotechnology Institute (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT, Germany), where I started a new topic focused on the nanofabrication and study of biologically active surfaces using Scanning Probe Lithography based techniques, namely Dip-Pen Nanolithography and Fluid Force Microscopy.
In 2021, I got into the Young Investigator Group Preparation Program, a 2year program with less than 10% success rate awarded by the KIT, to prepare for a Junior Professorship and develop a new research line on lithography of 3D nanostructures.
I now joined the group of Nanomagnetism of the ICMM-CSIC within the frame of the Juan de la Cierva Incorporación postdoctoral fellowship to work on lithographed nanostructures with magnetic properties.