Prof. Ottaviano is visiting Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics within the frame of the Erasmus+ programme

Prof. Luca Ottaviano

Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics invites all Students, Staff and Guests to the classes and consultations with Prof. Luca Ottaviano from the Department of Physical and Chemical Sciences of University of L’Aquila in Italy. Prof. Ottaviano is visiting us within the frame of the Erasmus+ programme.








 

Lectures:

1)  Physics of graphene and 2D materials, Exfoliation and  growth of 2d crystals.                                                                      
Tuesday 05.03.19, 11:15, room 3/11 Nanotechnology Centre

2) Structural and electronic properties of 2d materials (STM, Raman, and ARPES experiments, combined with first principles calculations).
Wednesday 06.03.19, 16:15, 24 Main Building

Consulting hours:

Wednesday 06.03.19 14:15-15:45,

Thursday 07.03.19 11:15-12:45

room 4/05 Nanotechnology Centre

Short BIO (facts & figures) of Prof Luca Ottaviano

Associate Professor in condensed matter experimental Physics. PhD in Physics 1996.  Experimentalist with a broad cultural background in condensed matter physics. 143 ISI indexed papers, 40 as first author, 38 as senior author, H=31 (source ISI&SCOPUS merged). Two books. 36 invited talks and seminars. Supervisor of 53 individual research project with undergraduate and graduate students. Inventor and Chair of international workshops and conferences. Permanent member of several national and International Review Panels. Reviewer of the highest ranked Scientific Journals. Fully committed in the third mission. Fields of interest: surface and nanophysics with multidisciplinary contaminations. Current interest: 2D materials beyond graphene. Systems investigated in the past: 2D metals on Silicon, Organic semiconductor thin films, Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors. Personality features: Innovative yet pragmatic, persuasive, focused, confident, resilient. Excellent language skills.

Publications:

https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=8051937500

ORCID ID: 0000-0001-5133-7541

Thomson Reuters ResearcherID: P-3335-2015