Paolo Perfetti CV


  •  Laurea in Physics (Solid State), University of Rome, July 1967.
  • PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
    – 1967-1968: second lieutenant of the Italian Air Force at the radar defense system
    – 1969-1970: postdoctoral fellow of the Italian Industry Confederation, at the semiconductor group of Physics department, University of Rome.
    – 1970 – present: staff member of the Italian National Research Council (CNR)
    – 1970-1974: at the CNR Solid State Electronics Laboratory, Rome.
    – 1975-1977: at the Synchrotron .Radiation Project (PULS), Frascati National laboratory.
    – 1977-1978: NATO fellowship at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; Material and Molecular Research Laboratory.
    – 1979-1983: at the Synchrotron Radiation Project, Frascati, (responsible of the photoemission facility).
    – 1983-present: at the Istituto di Struttura della Materia (I.S.M., C.N.R.) and responsible of the photoemission facility of Frascati.
    – 1987-present: “Capo Reparto” of the Synchrotron Radiation Activity at I.S.M.
    – May-August 1981: Visiting Professor at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
    – July-August 1982: Visiting Professor at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
    – July-August 1983: Visiting Professor at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
    – July-August 1984: Visiting Professor at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
    – July-August 1986: Visiting Scientist at IBM Research Laboratory Zurich.
    – Jun 1998: Visiting Scientist at Marseille University, France
    – July 1991: “Dirigente di Ricerca” of the Italian National Research Council.
    – May 1988-luglio 2008: Director of Istituto di Struttura della Materia (CNR).
    January 2003-present:
    – President Area di Ricerca Tor Vergata
    – Member of the Scientific Committee of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility of Grenoble.
    – Member of the Scientific Committee of the “Laboratorio TASC” in Trieste.
    – Member of “Comitato di Controllo” of “Progetto Finalizzato Materiali per Tecnologie Avanzate”.
    – Member of “Comitato Luce di Sincrotrone del CNR”
    – Member Comitato Scientifico CNR-Università di Camerino
    – Member Comitato Scientifico CNR-Università di Perugia
    – Member Comitato Scientifico PASTIS-Centro nazionale per la ricerca e sviluppo dei materiali S.C.P.A. Mesagne, Brindisi.
    – Member of “Consiglio di Amministarzione” of CNR (1998).
    – Member of “Comitato Direttivo” of INFN.
  • ACADEMIC POSITIONS
    – 1974-1975: teacher of “Laboratorio Fisica II”, University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
    – 1979-1980: teacher at “Scuola di Perfezionamento in Fisica “, University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
    – 1983-1984: teacher of “Fisica dello Stato Solido”, University of Aquila.
    – 1984-1985: teacher of “Fisica dello Stato Solido”, University of Aquila.
  • Responsible of the following thesis at the University of Rome:
    – “Heterojunction Systems”, Dr. M Antichi.
    – “Heterojunction Properties and Detection in the Near-IR”, Dr. C. Coluzza.
    – “Photoemitting Diodes”, Dr. F. Cerrina.
    – “Electron Energy Loss in the Ge-Au System”, Dr. F. Sette.
    – “Synchrotron Radiation Photoemission of Amorphous Si and Ge semiconductors”, Dr. C. Capasso.
    – “Intralayer Induced Band Discontinuities Modification in the GaP-Si Heterojunction’, Dr. B. Russo.
    – “Synchrotron Radiation Photoemission Study of the GaAs-Ge Heterojunction”, Dr. C. Vaccarezza.
    – “Electron spectroscopies on transition metal-GaAs interfaces”, Dr. Maria Vittoria Marabello.
    – “Direct and Inverse Photoemission Studies of Band Discontinuities in GaAs-Ge Heterojunctions”, Dr. C. Ottaviani.
  • RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
    Solid State Physics, Surface Physics, with experience on direct and inverse photoemission, LEED, Auger analysis, synchrotron radiation. More than two hundreds thirty papers have been published on the following subjects: Heterojunction IR Detectors, Photoemitting Diodes, Metal-Semiconductor Interfaces, Heterojunctions, EXAFS and Surface-EXAFS, CO Chemisorption on Ni, Resonant Photoemission in Semiconductors, Amorphous Semiconductors of Group IV, Scanning Probe microscopy (AFM, SNOM) on materials of interest for microelecronics and biology.
  • Spoken languages : English and French