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Viviana Mulloni

Researcher
  • Phone: 0461314496
  • FBK Povo
Short bio

Viviana Mulloni graduated in Chemistry from the University of Padova in 1993. In the same year started her PhD at the Physical Chemistry Department of the same University, working on optical properties of organic charge transfer dimers. In 1997 was at Northwestern University (IL, USA) as a postdoc researcher doing research on photorefractive materials and ultrafast dynamics of charge transfer dimers. At the beginning of 1998 joined the Physics Department of the University of Trento, working on fabrication and optical characterization of porous silicon and nanocrystalline silicon devices. In 2003 started working on MEMS devices at ITC-irst, now FBK, getting involved mainly in RF-MEMS fabrication and characterization, but also on several other devices such as flow sensors, terahertz detectors and antennas and more recently microfluidic devices. Her current research interests include the realization of MEMS and bio-MEMS devices and several selected topics in material science.

Research interests
Microtechnology MEMS Sensors and Actuators RF-MEMS Lab on Chip
Publications
  1. S. E. Miller; Y. Zhao; R. Schaller; V. Mulloni; E. M. Just; R. C. Johnson; M. R. Wasielewski,
    Ultrafast electron transfer reactions initiated by excited CT states of push–pull perylenes,
    in «CHEMICAL PHYSICS»,
    vol. 275,
    n. 1-3,
    2002
    , pp. 167 -
    183
  2. M. Falasconi; L. C. Andreani; A. M. Malvezzi; M. Patrini; V. Mulloni; L. Pavesi,
    Bulk and surface contributions to second-order susceptibility in crystalline and porous silicon by second-harmonic generation,
    in «SURFACE SCIENCE»,
    vol. 481,
    n. 1-3,
    2001
    , pp. 105 -
    112
  3. Z. Gaburro; Pierluigi Bellutti; R. Chierchia; Viviana Mulloni; L. Pavesi,
    Light Emitting diodes based on anodically oxidized silicon/porous silicon heterojunction,
    in «MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B-SOLID STATE MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY»,
    2000
    , pp. 109 -
    113
  4. Viviana Mulloni; R. Chierchia; C. Mazzoleni; Georg Pucker; L. Pavesi; Pierluigi Bellutti,
    Porous Silicon Optical Devices and Si/SiO2 Quantum Wells: Recent Results,
    in «PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE»,
    2000
    , pp. 705 -
    718
  5. M. Allegrini; F. Fuso; M. Labardi; L. Pardi; F. Sbrana; V. Mulloni; C. Mazzoleni; R. Chierchia; L. Pavesi,
    Near-field optical investigation of porous silicon samples,
    in «PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE. B. PHYSICS OF CONDENSED MATTER. STATISTICAL MECHANICS, ELECTRONIC, OPTICAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES»,
    vol. 80,
    n. 4,
    2000
    , pp. 611 -
    621
  6. V. Mulloni; L. Pavesi,
    Porous silicon microcavities as optical chemical sensors,
    in «APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS»,
    vol. 78,
    n. 18,
    2000
    , pp. 2523 -
    2525
  7. V. Mulloni; Z. Gaburro; L. Pavesi,
    Porous Silicon Microcavities as Optical and Electrical Chemical Sensors,
    in «PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI. A, APPLIED RESEARCH»,
    vol. 182,
    n. 1,
    2000
    , pp. 479 -
    484
  8. S. Lazarouk; S. Katsouba; A. Tomlinson; S. Benedetti; C. Mazzoleni; V. Mulloni; G. Mariotto; L. Pavesi,
    Optical characterization of reverse biased porous silicon light emitting diode,
    in «MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B-SOLID STATE MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY»,
    vol. 69-70,
    2000
    , pp. 114 -
    117
  9. V. Mulloni; L. Pavesi,
    Electrochemically oxidised porous silicon microcavities,
    in «MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING B-SOLID STATE MATERIALS FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY»,
    vol. 69-70,
    2000
    , pp. 59 -
    65
  10. V. Mulloni; C. Mazzoleni; L. Pavesi,
    Elaboration, characterization and aging effects of porous silicon microcavities formed on lightly p-type doped substrates,
    in «SEMICONDUCTOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY»,
    vol. 14,
    n. 12,
    1999
    , pp. 1052 -
    1059

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