The main activities in Rome are:
- Thin films deposition by RHEED assisted PLD of thin films and heterostructures with different functional properties: high critical temperature superconductors, magnetic materials and ion conducting
materials for applications in the fuel cell, memristor and catalysis field.
- Surface and interface x-ray diffraction and spectroscopic characterization by synchrotron radiation and other state-of-art techniques.
- Infrared spectroscopy on nanometer scale of 2D materials, complex oxides, semiconductors and biological systems.
- Theory of superconductors and metals, such as fluctuoscopy of superconductors, thermoelectricity in ionic liquids, transport in graphene, Nernst effect and thermal transport in different novel systems.
- Theory of exciton-light coupling in semiconductor structures, such as Bose-Einstein condensation of exciton-polaritons and polariton lasing, spin-dependent phenomena in semiconductors, photonic crystals and exciton mediated superconductivity.
- Popularization of science by public lectures, popular science articles, TV transmissions, organization of colleges for teachers, different kind of Festivals of Science.