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"Not a Physicist. Not an Engineer. All he knows is what he’s not. If only he could see what he is.”

Andrea Bucci studied Engineering Physics at Politecnico of Milan (Milano, Italy) and at KTH (Stockholm, Sweden). He got his M.Sc. in 2019 with a thesis entitled “Extended Parallelization of the Illumination in Optical Nanoscopy”. After his graduation, he worked for 6 months as a student intern at KAUST.
Since 2020, Andrea is a PhD student under the supervision of Giuseppe Vicidomini in the Molecular Microscopy and Spectroscopy research line at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT, Genoa, Italy).
His research interests include the design, realization and characterization of optical bioimaging methods with a special focus on smart data analysis. He also has a crush for simulations and analytical models.


Education

Title: Engineering Physics
Institute: KTH - Royal Institute of Technology
Location: Stockholm
Country: Sweden
From: 2017 To: 2019

Title: Ingegneria Fisica
Institute: Politecnico di Milano
Location: Milano
Country: Italy
From: 2014 To: 2017

All Publications
2021
Genchi L., Bucci A., Laptenok S.P., Giammona A., Liberale C.
Hadamard-transform high spectral resolution and broadband stimulated Raman Scattering microspectroscopy using an acousto-optic tunable filter
2021 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe and European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO/Europe-EQEC 2021
Conference Paper Conference
2021
Genchi L., Bucci A., Laptenok S.P., Giammona A., Liberale C.
Hadamard-transform spectral acquisition with an acousto-optic tunable filter in a broadband stimulated Raman scattering microscope
Optics Express, vol. 29, (no. 2), pp. 2378-2386
Article Journal
2021
Bucci A., Tortarolo G., Vicidomini G.
Real-time Single Molecule Tracking with a SPAD Array Detector
10th Single Molecule Localization Microscopy Symposium
Poster Conference
2021
Tortarolo G., Piazza S., Bucci A., Bianchini P., Sheppard C.J.R., Diaspro A., Slenders E., Koho S., Castello M., Vicidomini G.
Time-resolved STED microscopy with single-photon detector array: A perfect synergy
Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
Conference Paper Conference