Office:
(+39)040.3758408
SPRINT Laboratory:
(+39)040.3758972

Alessandro De Vita

UniMI PhD student

Alessandro De Vita is focusing his doctoral research on the study of phase transitions in magnetic materials, by leading the system into an out of equilibrium state via optical excitation and following the de-excitation process to the ground state with time-resolved probes.

Office:
(+39)040.3758408
SPRINT Laboratory:
(+39)040.3758972

EDUCATION

2018 - Master's Degree in Physics at the University of Milan, Italy

2016 - Bachelor Degree in Physics at the University of Milan, Italy

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Within NFFA
Our Research
PNAS, 119(4), e2116575119, (2022)
Evidence of magnetism-induced topological protection in the axion insulator candidate EuSn2P2
G.M. Pierantozzi, A. De Vita, C. Bigi, X. Gui, H.-J. Tien, D. Mondal, F. Mazzola, J. Fujii, I. Vobornik, G. Vinai, A. Sala, C. Africh, T.-L. Lee, G. Rossi, T.-R. Chang, W. Xie, R.J. Cava and G. Panaccione
Involved NFFA technique:
ARPES and spin ARPES @ APE-LE
Our Research
J. Phys. Chem. C, 125, 14430–14437, (2021)
Evidence of Robust Half-Metallicity in Strained Manganite Films
G.M. Pierantozzi, G. Vinai, A.Y. Petrov, A. De Vita, F. Motti, V. Polewczyk, D. Mondal, T. Pincelli, R. Cucini, C. Bigi, I. Vobornik, J. Fujii, P. Torelli, F. Offi, G. Rossi, G. Panaccione, and F. Borgatti
From our users
Small, 17, 2100050, (2021)
Quantitative Ultrafast Electron-Temperature Dynamics in Photo-Excited Au Nanoparticles
M. Sygletou, S. Benedetti, M. Ferrera, G.M. Pierantozzi, R. Cucini, G. Della Valle, P. Carrara, A. De Vita, A. di Bona, P. Torelli, D. Catone, Gi. Panaccione, M. Canepa, F. Bisio