Alberto Maria Testa CV


  • Education: Degrees in Nuclear Engineering (cum laude; Rome, 28/5/1984); Degree in Physics (cum laude; Rome 22/6/1989)
  • Research Fellowships:
    • Researcher (temporary position) at Istituto di Chimica dei Materiali of CNR since 1995;
    • Researcher (permanent position) at Istituto di Struttura della Materia (ISM) -CNR since 11-9-2001
    • Senior researcher since 31-1-2001
    • Head of the Magnetometry Laboratory (since February 2002) of ISM (Unità Staccata di Montelibretti – Area della Ricerca di Roma 1)
  • Teaching Positions
    Associate Professor (AA 1993-1994) of General Physics for Biology at Benevento S.M.F.N Faculty
    Associate Professor (AA 1994-1995) of Laboratory of Physics for Biology at Benevento S.M.F.N Faculty
  • Activity
    Domestic:
    • 2001-2003: MURST Research Program “Application of high temperature superconductivity” Legge 95/95, responsible for ISM R.U.
    • MURST Research Program PRIN2007 “Magnetic nanostructures with coexistence of Magnetoresistive e Magnetostrictive properties”
    International:
    • 2000-2002: Bilateral Scientific Cooperation CNR- CONICET (Argentina): Responsible for ISM R.U.
    • 2002-2005: EC Project (N. GRD1-2001-40316) “Self assembled nanoparticles and nanopatterned arrays for high density magnetorecording” (Number of partners : 8) Responsible for Workpackage “Study of magnetization processes” (numero totale dei Workpackages : 8)
    • 2004-2005 Accordo di cooperazione scientifica e tecnologica tra Italia e Argentina – progetti congiunti (Ministero degli Affari Esteri) ; Project “Magnetization processes in high anisotropy nanostructured materials” Responsible for ISM R.U.
  • Research activity
    Expertise in the study of magnetization processes in nanostructured materials and High Tc superconductors by magnetometry and numerical methods. Author of 120 papers in international scientific journals on :
    • High Tc superconductors : dissipative phenomena (flux pinning; quantum tunneling) by SQUIID magnetometry, Ac suscpetibility and numeric simulation.
    • Fe and FeO based nanostructures, high anisotropy metallic films: correlation between microstructure and magnetization processes
    • Diluted disordered systems (ferrites) and spin-glasses

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