Giancarlo Panaccione

Scientist in charge

Giancarlo Panaccione has a Permanent Position as beamline scientist of the APE beamline at INFM (now CNR) since 1998 (Senior Researcher since 2011) and is responsible of the SPRINT Laboratory high harmonic generation beamline. His present research interests are focused on the electronic and magnetic properties of quantum materials and nanomaterials. In particular, the activity is focused on achieving control of these properties via external tuning parameters, growth and fabrication of nanoscale heterostructures, possibly leading to new applications in quantum electronics and spintronics. His research activity is mostly devoted to the exploitation of Synchrotron Radiation spectroscopies for the study of correlated systems and novel quantum materials, following three main axes: (1) electronic and magnetic properties of low dimensional sys- tems (surfaces and interfaces), (2) electron confinement, and (3) complex oxides.



1995 - Ph.D. in Material Science at the Université Pierre-et-Marie-Curie Paris-IV, France



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:
Our Research
Appl. Surf. Sci., 574, 151608, (2022)
Metal to insulator transition at the surface of V2O3 thin films: An in-situ view
M. Caputo, J. Jandke, E. Cappelli, S.K. Chaluvadi, E. Bonini Guedes, M. Naamneh, G. Vinai, J. Fujii, P. Torelli, I. Vobornik, A. Goldoni, P. Orgiani, F. Baumberger, M. Radovic, G. Panaccione
Our Research
Chem. Rev., 121, 5, 2816–2856, (2021)
Angle, Spin, and Depth Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy on Quantum Materials
P.D.C. King, S. Picozzi, R.G. Egdell, G. Panaccione