Stoichiometric Bi2Se3 topological insulator ultra-thin films obtained through a new fabrication process for optoelectronic applications

03 July 2020 by Publications

The EFSL research group, in collaboration with University of Rome Tor Vergata, INFN, Bruno Kessler Foundation and Chalmers University of Technology, has published a paper in Nanoscale journal entitled “Stoichiometric Bi2Se3 topological insulator ultrathin films obtained through a new fabrication process for optoelectronic applications”, by Matteo Salvato, Mattia Scagliotti, Maurizio De Crescenzi, Paola Castrucci, Fabio De Matteis, Michele Crivellari, Stefano Pelli Cresi, Daniele Catone, Thilo Bauch and Floriana Lombardi.

https://doi.org/10.1039/D0NR02725A

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NanoEmbrace

15 January 2020 by Project

Embracing One Dimensional Semiconductor Nanostructures.

Initial Training Network (ITN), funded by the European Commission under FP7

https://www.nanoembrace.eu

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NFFA –Trieste

01 January 2020 by Project

Nanoscience Foundries & Fine Analysis.

International Project financed by the Italian Ministry for Instruction, University and Research (MIUR).

https://trieste.nffa.eu

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EuroFEL

17 January 2020 by Project

National research programme through the Riparto Fondo Ordinario Enti di Ricerca of the Italian Ministry for Instruction, University and Research (MIUR)

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INDEED

16 January 2020 by Project

Innovative Nanowire DEvicE Design.

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions– Innovative Training Network (ITN) – project funded by the European Commission, under the H2020

https://www.indeednetwork.com

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NewLi

15 January 2020 by Project

New light on Transient States in Condensed Matter.

PRIN project, a National research programme by the Italian Ministry for Instruction, University and Research (MIUR)

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#IoRestoaCasa - #IStayAtHome

19 March 2020 by Staff ENG

In compliance with the measures described in the recent Prime Minister’s Decree issued by the Italian government to counter the COVID-19 epidemic, the EuroFel Support Laboratory has stopped its experimental activities.

The laboratory is currently closed, but the EFSL staff continues work from home.

On our site you can find information and updates on EFSL, and for any collaboration proposal, you can contact us via the contact page.

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Thermometric Calibration of the Ultrafast Relaxation Dynamics in Plasmonic Au Nanoparticles

The EFSL research group, in collaboration CNR-SPIN, CNR-IFN and University of Genoa, has published a paper in the ACS Photonics on the “Thermometric Calibration of the Ultrafast Relaxation Dynamics in Plasmonic Au Nanoparticles”, by Marzia Ferrera, Giuseppe Della Valle, Maria Sygletou, Michele Magnozzi, Daniele Catone, Patrick O’Keeffe, Alessandra Paladini, Francesco Toschi, Lorenzo Mattera, Maurizio Canepa, and Francesco Bisio

https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsphotonics.9b01605

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Efficient ultrafast melting of gold nanoparticles by interband excitation

27 January 2020 by Publications

The EFSL research group, in collaboration with CNR-SPIN and University of Genoa has published a study in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C on the efficiency of ultrafast melting of gold nanoparticles upon either interband (5d →6sp) or plasmonic excitation. Interestingly the interband excitation turns out to be more efficient than plasmonic excitation for melting of the particles suggesting not all the energy absorbed by the plasmonic absorption is turned into heat. These results will have consequences both of thermoplasmonics and photocatalysis.

"Interband Transitions Are More Efficient Than Plasmonic Excitation in the Ultrafast Melting of Electromagnetically Coupled Au Nanoparticles", by Michele Magnozzi, Remo Proietti Zaccaria, Daniele Catone, Patrick O’Keeffe, Alessandra Paladini, Francesco Toschi, Alessandro Alabastri, Maurizio Canepa and Francesco Bisio.

https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.9b03668

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PhD thesis of Tadele Otomalo

27 January 2020 by Others

On December 20th 2019, Tadele Otomalo has successfully discussed his doctoral thesis on the subject “Ultrafast optical response of complex plasmonic nanoparticles” at the University Paris-Saclay. 

The thesis was carried out at the Laboratory for Quantum and Molecular Photonics, under the supervision of Prof. Bruno Palpant, and the experimental measurements have been partially performed at the EFSL lab, in the frame of a fruitful collaboration among the two labs.

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