Office:
(+39)040.3758411
APE beamline:
(+39)040.3758075
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Pasquale Orgiani

Scientist in charge

Pasquale Orgiani is responsible of Pulsed Laser Deposition technique within NFFA Laboratory. His main research activity is the deposition of thin films and heterostructures by Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) and Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) techniques and the investigation of the transport properties of both magnetic and superconducting films, with/without external magnetic field. In the last years he carried out a strong activity on electronic investigation of oxide thin films and heterostructures. His research on superconducting and magnetic oxide is focused on the role of structural properties and transport properties (metal-insulator transition, quantum interference effects at low temperatures, and so on) of such compounds.

Office:
(+39)040.3758411
APE beamline:
(+39)040.3758075
ResearcherID:

EDUCATION

2003 - Ph.D. in Microsystems Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy

1999 - Physics Degree at the University of Naples Federico II, Italy

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Within NFFA
Our Research
J. Phys. Mater., 4, 032001, (2021)
Pulsed laser deposition of oxide and metallic thin films by means of Nd:YAG laser source operating at its 1st harmonics: recent approaches and advances
S.K. Chaluvadi, D. Mondal, C. Bigi, D. Knez, P. Rajak, R. Ciancio, J. Fujii, G. Panaccione, I. Vobornik, G. Rossi, P. Orgiani
Involved NFFA techniques:
ARPES and spin ARPES @ APE-LE, PLD, SEM, STM/STS
Our Research
Phys. Rev. Materials, 5, 034413, (2021)
Tuning the magnetic properties of V2O3/CoFeB heterostructures across the V2O3 structural transition
V. Polewczyk, S.K. Chaluvadi, P. Orgiani, G. Panaccione, G. Vinai, G. Rossi, and P. Torelli
Involved NFFA techniques:
MBE, MOKE, PLD, XRD
Our Research
Coatings, 11, 276, (2021)
Direct-ARPES and STM Investigation of FeSe Thin Film Growth by Nd:YAG Laser
S.K. Chaluvadi, D. Mondal, C. Bigi, J. Fujii, R. Adhikari, R. Ciancio, A. Bonanni, G. Panaccione, G. Rossi, I. Vobornik and P. Orgiani
Involved NFFA techniques:
ARPES and spin ARPES @ APE-LE, PLD, SEM, STM/STS