I obtained the master degree in Physics at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” in 2000, and I defended my Ph.D. thesis in Physics in June 2004. The themes of both Master Degree and Ph.D. concerned nanofabrication and characterization High Electron Mobility Transistors. Currently I am head of the Plasmon Tecnologies Unit at IIT and of the Clean Room Facilities.
I am also Principal Investigator of The Neuro-Plasmonics group supported by the ERC ( Ideas Consolidator Grant ).
Actual Position: Senior Resercher Italian Institute of Technology, Genova,
Research Field: Nanofabrications and Plasmonics.
Selected past publications as first author.
1. De Angelis F, Patrini M, Das G, Maksymov I, Galli M, Businaro L, et al. A hybrid plasmonic-photonic nanodevice for label-free detection of a few molecules. Nano Letters. 2008;8(8):2321-7.
2. De Angelis F, Gentile F, Mecarini F, Das G, Moretti M, Candeloro P, et al. Breaking the diffusion limit with super-hydrophobic delivery of molecules to plasmonic nanofocusing SERS structures. Nature Photonics. 2011;5(11):682-7.
3. De Angelis F, Das G, Candeloro P, Patrini M, Galli M, Bek A, et al. Nanoscale chemical mapping using three-dimensional adiabatic compression of surface plasmon polaritons.Nature Nanotechnology. 2010;5(1):67-72
4. De Angelis F, et al. 3D Hollow Nanostructures as Building Blocks for Multifunctional Plasmonics. Nano Letters. 2013; 13, 3553-3558.
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