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Giorgio Pettinari

       PhD, Researcher at the
       Istituto di Fotonica e Nanotecnologie (IFN)
       Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
       via Cineto Romano 42, 00156 Rome, Italy
       Phone: +39 06 41522 254
       Fax:     +39 06 41522 220

       Research ID: M-8678-2014
       ORCID: 0000-0003-0187-3770

Scientific interests:

Fabrication and study of photonic crystal devices 
Fabrication and study of site-controlled quantum emitters by spatially selected hydrogen incorporation/removal in dilute nitrides
Fundamental properties of highly mismatched alloys (GaAsN and GaAsBi) and III-nitrides (InN and InGaN)
Hydrogen induced-effects in highly mismatched alloys (defect engineering and nanostructuring)
Hydrogen induced-effects in III-nitrides (genesis of solitary cations)
Effects of external perturbations (temperature, pressure, magnetic fields) on the optical properties of semiconductor heterostructures

Short CV:

Giorgio Pettinari is a researcher at the IFN Rome Unit. He got a master degree in Physics (Condense Matter, 2005) and a PhD degree in Materials Science (2008) at Sapienza University of Rome, where he investigated the effect of a small concentration (~1%) of nitrogen and bismuth atoms on the electronic properties of III-V semiconductor alloys, as well as the effects of hydrogen incorporation on such systems and on III-nitrides (i.e., InN and InGaN). Then, he spend two and a half years (2009-11) as Assistant Researcher at the High Field Magnet Laboratory of the Radboud University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands) studying the properties of nanostructured semiconductors at high magnetic fields (up to 30 T). He got a Marie Curie Research Fellowship (PI of the EU project NANOLEDS, PIEF-2010-GA-272612) that he spend (2011-2013) at the University of Nottingham (UK)  developing novel strategies for the fabrication of nano-LEDs and  movable LEDs. Since 2013, he is at the IFN Rome Unit as Scientific Coordinator for the CNR unit of the Italian FIRB (Future in Research Program of the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research) project “DeLIGHTeD” (2013-2017). There, his activity is mainly focused on the development of novel nanofabrication processes for photonics (mainly, integrated quantum emitter-photonic crystal systems).

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