Marco Anni

Università del Salento, Italy


Marco Anni graduated in physics in the University of Lecce (Lecce, Italy) magna cum laude in 1998. Between 1998 and 2001 he was a Ph.D. student in the Physics Department of the University of Lecce studying the optical properties of organic molecules for applications to light emitting devices, and he obtained the Ph.D. degree in physics, with the thesis "Optical Properties of Substituted Oligothiophenes for Devices Applications." From 2001, he was permanent Researcher in the field of experimental physics. In 2000 he was visiting Scientist in Politecnico di Milano in the group of Professor Guglielmo Lanzani to perform experiments of ultrafast spectroscopy on molecular films. In 2002 he was Guest Scientist of the Ludwig Maximilian Universit├Ąt of Munich (Munich, Germany) in the group of Professor Jochen Feldmann to study the emission properties of single polymeric molecules. From 2004 to 2006 he coordinated the Optical Spectroscopy Laboratory of the National Nanotechnology Laboratory (NNL) in Lecce, Italy. In October 2006 he created the Photonic Laboratory of the Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica "Ennio De Giorgi." The research activity of the laboratory is focused on the investigation of the optical properties of innovative materials for applications to laser, sensors, and solar cells, with a particular interest for conjugated polymers and semiconductor nanocrystal. In 2009 he is awarded by the Italian Physical Society of the national prize entitled to Sergio Panizza for the original results obtained in the investigation of epitaxial one-dimensional heterostructures (Quantum Wires), of conjugated organic materials and of semiconductor colloidal nanocrystals. He is author of more than 100 publications on international journals and coauthor of three patents.

Biography Updated on 20 August 2017

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