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SPIN mission is the study of  superconductors and other innovative materials for electronic devices and for energetics. The research activities span over  :

-  Basic experimental and theoretical studies on superconducting and magnetic materials, strongly correlate oxides and other innovative materials

-  Material preparation (bulk, single crystals, thin films, multilayers, epitaxial superlattice)

-  Advanced material characterization based on radiation-matter interactions (also at Syncrotron Radiation Facilities), transport and electronic properties measurements also in presence of high external fields.

-  Micro/nano superconducting electronic devices (for quantum computation and other applications), electronic devices based on oxides (“oxide electronics”) and other innovative materials.

-  Realization of superconducting cables and tapes  for power applications in the fields of biomedicine and high energy physics

The activities are formally organized into five “Activities” (“Commesse”) :

1) Novel superconducting and functional materials for energy and environment

(Activity leader: Andrea Malagoli)

2) Superconducting and correlated low dimensional materials and devices for quantum electronics and spintronic

(Activity leader: Procolo Lucignano)

3) Innovative materials with strong interplay of spin orbital charge and topological degrees of freedom

(Activity leader: Mario Cuoco)

4) Light-matter interaction and non-equilibrium dynamics in advanced materials and devices

(Activity leader: Roberto Cristiano)

5) Advanced materials and techniques for organic electronics, biomedical and sensing applications

(Activity leader: Annamaria Massone)

6) Electronic and thermal transport from the nanoscale to the macroscale

(Activity leader: Giovanni Cantele)

(click on the name to have a full description of the  research activities )

Novel superconducting and functional materials for energy and environment

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