Office:
(+39)040.3756467

Regina Ciancio

Scientist in charge

Regina Ciancio is responsible of Scanning Electron Microscopy Laboratory at CNR-IOM and of users training on the use of electron microscopes, as well as of the technological activities in support of commercial services for industrial users. Her research activity is focused on the nanostructural characterization by High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and High resolution X-ray Diffraction (XRD) of nanostructured materials with a special emphasis on oxide thin films and heterostructures.

Office:
(+39)040.3756467

EDUCATION

2007 - Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Salerno, Italy

2003 - Physics Degree at the University of Salerno, 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
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
From our users
ACS Appl. Mater. Inter., 12, 47556–47563, (2020)
Improved structural properties in homogeneously doped Sm0.4Ce0.6O2-δ epitaxial thin films: high doping effect on the electronic bands
N. Yang, D. Knez, G. Vinai, P. Torelli, R. Ciancio, P. Orgiani, and C. Aruta