The research activity is focused on the electronic and magnetic properties of nanostructured surfaces and interfaces studied with variable polarization UV/X-ray spectroscopies (ARPES and Spin-resolved ARPES, 3D-Fermi Surface Tomography, XPS, XAS, XMCD, XMLD, Spin Polarization) and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Spectroscopy.
The main research topics at APE are:
  • Electron states in anomalous metals, low dimensional materials (graphene, topological insulators, transition metal dichalcogenides), highly correlated metallic oxides and 2D electron gases confined on surfaces/interfaces
  • Magnetic ordering and coupling in diluted magnetic systems (DMS, magnetic topological insulators); interfaces with ferromagnets; electronic/ magnetic properties of complex oxides (manganites) and “out of equilibrium” systems
  • Growth morphology, electron states and magnetism of hybrid organic/inorganic interfaces, charge transfer effect at the interface, doping effects on the molecular layer
  • Fundamental aspects of photoemission spectroscopy, matrix element effects, dichroism, and implementation of 3D tomography of Fermi level and deeper occupied electronic states
  • Near-ambient-pressure and in-operando spectroscopies

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