Seminario

Italiano

Studies of nanostructured III-V and hybrid solar cells

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The study and fabrication of structures in nanometric scales are strategical for the realization of new solar cells, with optimized efficiency/cost ratios. With appropriate nanostructures it is possible to take advantage of the quantum effects as well as to obtain geometries with high surface to volume ratio.

3D bioprinting material processing

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Bioprinting materials processing will be discussed in the context of 3D printing of syntetic organs and apparatus.
Important properties of bioprinting technologies for customised processing will firstly be discussed, together with the main types of scaffold and the related manufacturing methods.
The operating principles and physical phenomena, taking place during specific processes, will then be presented, including dissolution time, mechanical properties, surface modification and nanopartles integration for the bio-composite materials realisation.

Vedere dentro prodotti e materiali: seminario sulla microscopia per l’industria manifatturiera

Tecniche avanzate di microscopia analitica per l'industria manifatturiera

In ambito scientifico sono ampiamente utilizzate tecniche di microscopia che consentono di analizzare e studiare la materia nelle sue dimensioni più ridotte, sino ad arrivare a distinguere i singoli atomi. Il grado di maturità di queste tecniche è tale da poter essere proposte e utilizzate con successo anche in ambito industriale a supporto dell’attività di ricerca e sviluppo, così come nella verifica di qualità dei prodotti, dei materiali in ingresso e dei semilavorati.

Spin-Electric Coupling Revealed by Electric Field Modulated EPR

The possibility to operate on magnetic materials through the application of electric rather than magnetic fields - promising faster, more space confined and energy efficient circuits - continues to spur the investigation of magnetoelectric (ME) effects [1]. Symmetry considerations, in particular the lack of an inversion centre, characterize the ME effect. In addition, spin–orbit coupling is generally considered necessary to make a spin system sensitive to a charge distribution.

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