Professor Giulia Fulvia Mancini has been invited by Dr. Laura Cattaneo as speaker within the Bothe Colloquium series at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics - Pfeiffer division. A wonderful opportunity to discuss common collaborative research projects with the partners of the Ultrafast Liquid Crystal Dynamics(ULCD) group.
LUXEM projects ERC StG ULTRAIMAGE and ERC PoC HYPER highlighted in the Italian newspaper "Il Sole24Ore". In the article appeared on Wednesday 20th December 2023, on "Il Sole24Ore", Prof. Mancini explains relevance and breakthrough impact of the 2 ERC projects @LUXEM. ERC StG ULTRAIMAGE aims to unravel the rapid processes occurring in functional nanomaterials relevant to optoelectronics, photovoltaics, and biomedical devices, when hit by short light pulses. ERC PoC HYPER expands the innovative technology for ultrafast microscopy across length scales, implemented within ULTRAIMAGE, and makes it accessible to the public. Find out more
The “Incontri di Fisica Moderna” organized by the Physics Department, University of Pavia, are open Bachelor and Master students. LUXEM Team members contribute with a talk entitled: “Lasers and attoseconds”. Find out more
Wavemix - the seed of the COST ACTION CA22148 “NEXT: An international network for Non-linear Extreme Ultraviolet to hard X-ray techniques” was reviewed by editors of Communication Physics - Springer Nature. Find out more
Professor Giulia Fulvia Mancini has been invited to the Colorado School of Mines as a speaker within the PhD Colloquia Series in Physics to discuss recent advances in pulsed X-ray sources and their applications for dynamical imaging. Find out more
Professor Giulia Fulvia Mancini presented recent findings on “Charge, lattice and spin interplay in the ultrafast response of photoexcited spinel Co304” as invited speaker at NanoGe International Conference on Emerging Light Emitting Materials (EMLEM23). Find out more
Delighted to have hosted Dr. Liam Weiner from KMLabs at LUXEM, an excellent opportunity to develop and improve new ideas with our R&I collaborators.
The Action CA22148 NEXT: “An international network for Non-linear Extreme Ultraviolet to hard X-ray techniques” is awarded funded by COST – European Cooperation in Science & Technology. This international consortium is aimed to create the first concerted experimental and theoretical effort aimed at implementing EUV/X-ray non-linear spectroscopy at tabletop HHG and XFEL sources. Prof. Mancini was elected Vice-Chair of this Action. Find out more
Scientific dissemination event organized by INFN at the Castello Visconteo in Pavia, it fostered communication with the public, encouraging discovery, discussions, and experiments. A fantastic way to promote and involve young people in the world of research!
Discussion on new frontiers in nanoscopy for next generation smart devices at the Symposium “Innovative strategies for the study of advanced and sustainable nano-bio materials”