Institute for Complex Systems - Sapienza - CNR

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ISC Sapienza Valentina Brosco
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Valentina Brosco
5 years ago


My research interests include different topics of condensed matter physics and quantum mechanics  and they can be divided into three classes.

• Foundations of density functional theory and development of new ab-initio approaches for the description  of  strongly correlated materials. On this topic I currently collaborate with J. Lorenzana,  P. Gori-Giorgi from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and  Dr. D. Varsano from University of Modena.

• Transport in disordered two-dimensional materials, including disordered superconducting films, Josephson junctions networks, two-dimensional heterostructures with spin-orbit coupling and graphene. This research activity is carried out in collaborations with Dr. L. Benfatto, Dr. E. Cappelluti and Dr.  C. Grimaldi from Lausanne.

• Fundamental problems in the description of macroscopic quantum systems  and design of superconducting solid state devices for quantum computing, quantum simulation and quantum optics.  This research activity has started during my PhD in Pisa with Prof. R. Fazio and continued during my first Post-Doc in Karlsruhe with Prof. G. Schoen.

Further research activity I am carrying out concerns the study of analogue quantum gravity models for graphene. On this topic I currently collaborate with A. Marciano' from Fudan University in Shanghai.





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Valentina Brosco

My office is in room  117  of  the "Old" Physics  building, Marconi.

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