ESR10 Lucia Di Virgilio

Mechanism and efficiency of conductivity in high-mobile organics using Terahertz spectroscopy

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. M. Bonn (MPI-P) I Secondment 1: University of Strasbourg I Secondment 2: University of Kyoto

My work in UHMob

The use of Time resolved THz spectroscopy on organic semiconductors in order to elucidate the transport mechanism of their charge carriers and to study how vibrational modes couple to them.

After UHMob

I would like to continue doing research in Solid State Physics and to give my contribution to explore new physics and to underpin new technological systems.  

About Me

I am from Sant’Arcangelo, a small village in Basilicata. I studied Physics at University of Pisa where I earned my Master’s degree by completing a thesis about the use of Rydberg atoms as sensors of electric fields under the supervision of Dr. Oliver Morsch. Apart from Physics, I like drawing and painting

Publications

M. Archimi, C. Simonelli, L. Di Virgilio, A. Greco, M. Ceccanti, E. Arimondo, D. Ciampini, I. I. Ryabtsev, I. I. Beterov, and O. Morsch, “Measurements of single-state and state-ensemble lifetimes of high-lying Rb Rydberg levels,” Phys. Rev. A, vol. 100, p. 030501, Sep 2019. (https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.100.030501)