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Laurea specialistica in Fisica
Corso di "Fisica dello Stato Solido II"
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2017-12-12: Publication and Curriculum Vitae pages updated

December, 2017: National scientific qualification for academic Associate and Full professor positions in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics earned

Size-dependent structural and electronic properties of Bi(111) ultrathin nanofilms from first principles
G. Cantele and D. Ninno, Phys. Rev. Materials 1, 014002 (2017)

Introduction to Solid State Physics and Crystalline Nanostructures
Giuseppe. Iadonisi, Giovanni Cantele, Maria Luisa Chiofalo
Springer (2014), UNITEXT for Physics series

PhD course "An introduction to the physics of nanostructures" - 2014

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Electronic properties and Schottky barriers at ZnO–metal interfaces from first principles
N.R. D'Amico et al, J. Phys.: Condens. Matt. 27, 015006 (2015)

First principles calculations of the band offset at SrTiO3−TiO2 interfaces
N.R. D'Amico et al, Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 141606 (2012)

First-Principles Calculations of Clean and Defected ZnO Surfaces
N.R. D'Amico et al, J. Phys. Chem. C 116, 21391 (2012)

Graphene nanoribbon electrical decoupling from metallic substrates
I. Borriello et al, Nanoscale 5, 291 (2013)

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