Danila Amoroso

CNR-SPIN Postdoc

Danila Amoroso has a 4-year experience in theoretical characterization of multifunctional materials by means of first-principles calculations based on Density Functional Theory. A special emphasis has been put on the analysis of electronic, structural, ferroelectric and dynamical properties. Her current research topic focuses on the study of the new class of materials exhibiting 2D magnetism. Established collaborations with experimentalists in order to support explanation and/or cross-check of the experimental observations via of ab-initio calculations.

EDUCATION

2018 – joint Ph.D. in Physics-Chemistry of Condensed Matter at the Univerisité de Bordeaux, France and in Sciences at the Université de Liège, Belgium

2015 - Master’s Degree in Physics at the University of L’Aquila, Italy

2013 - Bachelor Degree in Physics at the University of L’Aquila, Italy

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Within NFFA
Our Research
Nat. Commun., 11, 5784, (2020)
Spontaneous skyrmionic lattice from anisotropic symmetric exchange in a Ni-halide monolayer
D. Amoroso, P. Barone, S. Picozzi
Involved NFFA technique:
DFT
Our Research
Nanomaterials, 11, 1873, (2021)
Interplay between single-ion and two-ion anisotropies in frustrated 2d semiconductors and tuning of magnetic structures topology
D. Amoroso, P. Barone, S. Picozzi
Involved NFFA technique:
DFT
From our users
Phys. Rev. B, 104, 014414, (2021)
Electric-field tuning of the magnetic properties of bilayer VI3: A first-principles study
T.P.T. Nguyen, K. Yamauchi, T. Oguchi, D. Amoroso, and S. Picozzi​
Involved NFFA technique:
DFT