Marco Zanatta

Foto Zanatta,  March 28, 2017
Temporary Assistant Professor
Academic sector
Ca' Vignal 2,  Floor 2,  Room 9
+39 045 802 7093
+39 045 802 7068
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Monday, Hours 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM,   Ca' Vignal 2, floor 2, room 9


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Course Name Total credits Online Teacher credits Modules offered by this teacher
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics Physics (2017/2018)   6  eLearning
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics Physics (2016/2017)   6  eLearning

Topic Description Research area
Disordered systems – Structural and vibrational properties Disordered systems represent a broad class of materials including glasses, polymers, biological material, and geological systems such as magmas. The study of their vibrational properties is an open issue in condensed matter physics, with fundamental and technological implications. Raman spectroscopy allows to tackle this study and can be further complemented by structural and dynamical information obtained by x-rays and neutrons experiments at International Research Facilities. Fisica sperimentale applicata
Condensed matter physics - Optical and vibrational properties
Micro- and nano-scale materials Micro-Raman spectroscopy provides a unique tool to study the vibrational properties of micro- and nano-scaled materials. The so-obtained vibrational spectra allow to identify the composition of the material and convey information on both atomic dynamics and structural arrangement. Typical applications range from the phase identification of micro-crystalline minerals in rocks to the study of the properties of carbon nano-structures such as graphene and quantum dots Fisica sperimentale applicata
Condensed matter physics - Micro- and nano-scale materials
Title Starting date
SOLSA - Sonic Drilling coupled with Automated Mineralogy and chemistry On-Line-On-Mine-Real-Time 2/1/16