Glass flow in PNAS
We have designed a method to indirectly measure the viscosity of glass - something that required unfeasible observation times at human scale - based on its elastic properties. The results of the research, published this week in PNAS, questions the validity of current theories of glass formation
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 Ph.D. Theses:

  • "Relaxation Dynamics in Amorphous Chalcogenides probed by InfraRed Photon Correlation Spectroscopy" Stefano Cazzato A.A. 07/08
  • "Dynamics of supercritical fluids: Brillouin and Inelastic X-ray Scattering investigation" Giovanna Simeoni A.A. 07/08, co-tutor
  • "Ultrafast photoinduced dynamics in hemeproteins" Carino Ferrante A.A. 12/13
  • "Ultrafast processes studied by Femtosecond Stimulated Raman Scattering" Giovanni Batignani, A.A. 16/17
  • "Vibrational spectroscopy of highly excited 2D materials" Alessandra Virga, in progress
  • "Two-dimensional Raman spectroscopy" Giuseppe Fumero, in progress

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 April 2019 )
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