Introduction

Under the guidance of Prof. Claudio Manfredotti, the Solid State Physics group of the University of Torino, Physics Department,started its activity in the early 1980s in the field of amorphous (a-Si:H) and crystalline (e.g. Si, CdTe) semiconductor materials, mainly for the fabrication of solar cells and ionization radiation detectors.
In the course of these three decades, the group has gradually extended its field of interest to the study of micro/nano-structured materials and devices and to the development of new experimental techniques for the characterization and modification of advanced materials and/or art objects.
Now, the group is working on the following main research topics:



Upcoming Events


Date
Time
Speaker
Title
16.11.2022
h. 17.00
Sala Wataghin
M. Barbagiovanni, B. Bucur, E. Lazzaroni, A. Lovera
University of Torino
Presentations of the degree dissertations

Highlights


4 November 2022
On 4th November 2022 the event "Un Pomeriggio Brillante" took place. The donors who contributed to the crowdfunding campaign "Fai Brillare la Ricerca" were involved by our research group in the presentation of our activities and in an interactive visit to the laboratories. Besides the rewarding purpose of the event, it has been a great pleasure to open our research to the external world.
16 September 2022
Marta Magalini has been awarded at the 18th International Conference on Nuclear Microprobe Technology and Applications (ICNMTA 2022) in Ljubljana (Slovenia) for the presentation of the poster entitled "Micro-PIXE analysis for the provenance investigation of ancient pottery from Locri Epizephiri (Italy)"
13-16 June 2022
The "Best Non-Commercial Oral Presentation" Award at the 6th Dimensional X-ray Tomography Conference (dXCT2022) held at the Manchester University (UK), 13-16 June 2022 has been attributed to Luisa Vigorelli for her contribution entitled "X-ray CT analysis and 3D replica of historical wind instruments: dimensional measurements and reproducibility assessment".