The research activity within the Naples Unit of CNR-SPIN is centered on the study of innovative materials for electronics, such as strongly correlated oxides, superconductors and organic/hybrid materials, and their application in the development of novel devices concepts and prototypes. A key element of our approach is pursuing at best the development and application of new linear, non-linear and ultrafast optical techniques for the materials synthesis and characterisation.
The Naples Unit of CNR-SPIN is hosted in the Physical Science Department of the University of Napoli "Federico II", where superconductivity and laser physics are traditionally leading fields, through an agreement formally signed at the end of 2002 and presently going to be renewed.
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- Models and first-principles approaches for functional materials and complex systems
- Emerging routes for the control of the (opto)electronic properties of multifunctional materials and devices
- Growth and characterization of epitaxial and nanostructured films, and interfaces: pulsed laser deposition, in-situ analysis, optical, magnetic and transport properties
- Quantum and non-equlibrium effects in junctions and hybrid nanostructures