Francesco D'Amico

Francesco D'Amico


Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste


Francesco D’Amico is a researcher at Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste. He received his BSc in Physics from the University of L’Aquila (Italy) in 2004 and his PhD in Physics from the University of Camerino (Italy) in 2008. During his PhD and in his early post-doctoral research years, he worked mainly on studies of organic semiconductors and contributed to the construction of the TIMEX experimental station, as part of the FERMI project, at Elettra. Subsequently, Francesco worked on inelastic scattering in the ultraviolet, specifically Brillouin and UV Raman scattering. Between 2012 and 2013, he focused his research activities on the design and construction of a high-resolution ultraviolet Raman spectrometer based on synchrotron light, at the IUVS beamline, currently available for Elettra users. His research focuses mainly on applications of UV Raman resonance in biophysics and materials science.

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