Gaia Ciampalini

Laurea: Pisa (2017)
Ricerca: Two dimensional materials based sensors
Tesi: Investigation of Graphene-MoS2Heterostructures in a Multiple Field-Effect Transistor Architecture
Supervisore: Alessandro Tredicucci
Stanza: 77 Ed. B
Telefono: 050 2214848


I was born in Pietrasanta in 1990. I got both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Physics at the University of Pisa.
My master thesis focused on the dynamics of solvents employed as protein stabilizers, by means of neutron scattering and dielectric spectroscopy. After my master’s degree I had the opportunity to carry on the work I started for my master thesis. In my thesis and in the following year I performed experiments in large facilities such as ILL (Grenoble), MLZ (Munich) and ELETTRA (Trieste). For my PhD project I changed my field of research focusing on sensors based on 2D materials. Beside physics I love sports, I do kickboxing regularly and I also enjoy play soccer or volleyball with friends. I also love ski and trekking. For many years I studied classical ballet.



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MoS2 Field Effect Transistors with multiple low-resistance graphene contacts Presentation




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