Tommaso Pincelli

Tommaso Pincelli worked as a CNR-IOM Post-doc from November 2017 to September 2018. He is currently working in the Structural & Electronic Surface Dynamics group at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Germany. His research activity was focused on the study of the dynamical properties of magnetic hetero structures. In particular, he investigated the ultrafast dynamics of magnetization in metallic thin films under optical excitation. To this aim, he has been working at the development of SPRINT Laboratory, that allows to perform spin and time resolved photoemission exploiting a High-Harmonic-Generation source.


2017 - Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Milan, Italy

2014 - Master's Degree in Physics at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

2011 - Bachelor Degree at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy


Within NFFA
Our Research
Phys. Rev. B, 100, 045118, (2019)
Transient quantum isolation and critical behavior in the magnetization dynamics of half-metallic manganites
T. Pincelli, R. Cucini, A. Verna, F. Borgatti, M. Oura, K. Tamasaku, H. Osawa, T.-L. Lee, C. Schlueter, S. Günther, C.H. Back, M. Dell’Angela, R. Ciprian, P. Orgiani, A. Petrov, F. Sirotti, V.A. Dediu, I. Bergenti, P. Graziosi, F. Miletto Granozio, Y. Tanaka, M. Taguchi, H. Daimon, J. Fujii, G. Rossi, and G. Panaccione
Involved NFFA technique:
Our Research
Nature Communications, 8, 16051, (2017)
Quantifying the critical thickness of electron hybridization in spintronics materials
T. Pincelli, V. Lollobrigida, F. Borgatti, A. Regoutz, B. Gobaut, C. Schlueter, T.-L. Lee, D.J. Payne, M. Oura, K. Tamasaku, A.Y. Petrov, P. Graziosi, F. Miletto Granozio, M. Cavallini, G. Vinai, R. Ciprian, C.H. Back, G. Rossi, M. Taguchi, H. Daimon, G. van der Laan and G. Panaccione
Involved NFFA techniques:
Our Research
J. Synchrotron Rad., 24, 175-187, (2017)
Performance of photoelectron spin polarimeters with continuous and pulsed sources: from storage rings to free electron lasers
T. Pincelli, F. Grasselli, V.N. Petrov, P. Torelli and G. Rossi