Prior to joining the group Surface Photonics in PSN as a PhD student, I obtained my bachelor degree in Physics from the University of Trento in Italy. Later I continued my studies in Enschede at the University of Twente obtaining a master degree in Applied Physics. I did a six-months internship at CERN in the Atlas Magnets group, where I worked with superconductors tapes designing a super small coil. My current research is focused on investigating strong coupling between molecular bonds and light, in particular I am investigating the effect of vibrational strong coupling on the kinetic of chemical reactions.
Chasing Vibro-Polariton Fingerprints in Infrared and Raman Spectra Using Surface Lattice Resonances on Extended MetasurfacesJournal of Physical Chemistry C (2022)
Unveiling the Symmetry Protection of Bound States in the Continuum with Terahertz Near-Field ImagingACS Photonics (2021)
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