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Giulio Alighieri

Giulio Alighieri
Visiting Graduate Student

E-mail: galighie@mit.edu

Education
M.S. nanotechnology for ICT  (to complete by September 2010)
    Turin polytechnic, Italy, first semester
    Grenoble INP, France, second semester
    École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, third semester

B.S. electronic engineering (2008), University of Naples FedericoII, Italy
               
Research Interest
Analytical modeling  for properties of nanoparticles aggregate 

Research Experience
Theoretical(bachelor thesis,  4 months, Italy)
Non linear dynamic of magnetization in nanoparticle
Experimental(Summer internship,3 months, Germany)
Pump probe spectroscopy, basic(Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optic)
XPS characterization(Technische Universität München, Physic department)
STM characterization, basic(Technische Universität München, Physic department)
                       
Conference Articles
G. Alighieri, Claudio Serpico, M. d’Aquino, G. Bertotti, I.D. Mayergoyz, C. Forestiere" Analytical description of quasi-random magnetization relaxation to equilibrium", JEMS 2008, (Bachelor thesis)
               
A.Schiffrin, E.Botschafter, R.Ernstorfer, A.Cavalieri, M.Fiess, U.Graf, E.Goulielmakis, G.Alighieri, R.Kienberger,F.Krausz"Collinear Generation of Few-cycle UV and XUV Laser Pulses for Probing and Controlling Ultrafast Electron Dynamics at Solid Interfaces", MRS 2009 (summer internship 2009)
               
Work Experience
Max Planck institute for Quantum Optic, Garching, Germany(paid as work student)

 

 

 

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