Nanoclusters, Annealing, Analytical chemistry, Ion implantation and Nanoparticle are his primary areas of study. His Nanoclusters research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Doping, Sol-gel and Alloy, Metallurgy, Copper. The concepts of his Annealing study are interwoven with issues in Ion, Ion exchange, Band gap and Gold cluster.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rutherford backscattering spectrometry, Transmission electron microscopy and Superparamagnetism. His research investigates the connection between Ion implantation and topics such as Cluster that intersect with issues in Dielectric matrix, Inert and Ostwald ripening. His Nanoparticle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Composite material, Nanocomposite, Plasmon and Refractive index.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ion implantation, Analytical chemistry, Nanoparticle, Nanoclusters and Annealing. His Ion implantation study introduces a deeper knowledge of Ion. He combines subjects such as Nanocomposite, Thin film, Absorption, Transmission electron microscopy and Surface plasmon resonance with his study of Analytical chemistry.
To a larger extent, he studies Nanotechnology with the aim of understanding Nanoparticle. The various areas that Giovanni Mattei examines in his Nanoclusters study include Alloy, Metallurgy, Metal and Copper. In Annealing, Giovanni Mattei works on issues like Sol-gel, which are connected to Non-blocking I/O.
Giovanni Mattei spends much of his time researching Plasmon, Optoelectronics, Nanosphere lithography, Nanophotonics and Nanostructure. His Plasmon research incorporates elements of Nanotechnology, Dipole, Nonlinear optics, Circular dichroism and Reactive-ion etching. The Optoelectronics study combines topics in areas such as Radiative transfer, Surface plasmon resonance and Laser.
Giovanni Mattei has included themes like Ion, Photochemistry and Photoluminescence in his Nanophotonics study. His Nanostructure study incorporates themes from Oxide, Annealing, Semiconductor and Scanning electron microscope. Giovanni Mattei interconnects Doping and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Reducing atmosphere.
His primary areas of investigation include Plasmon, Optoelectronics, Nanosphere lithography, Nanophotonics and Nanotechnology. His study in Plasmon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Doping, Luminescence, Ion, Radiative transfer and Photoluminescence. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Ohmic contact, Spontaneous emission and Surface plasmon resonance.
As a part of the same scientific family, Giovanni Mattei mostly works in the field of Nanosphere lithography, focusing on Dipole and, on occasion, Local field, Irradiance, Wavelength and Nanostructure. His work on Reactive-ion etching and Biosensor as part of his general Nanotechnology study is frequently connected to Field, Resonance and Raman scattering, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Reactive-ion etching research integrates issues from Biomolecule, Nanomaterials, Nonlinear optics and Refractive index.
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Cookie‐like Au/NiO Nanoparticles with Optical Gas‐Sensing Properties
Giovanni Mattei;Paolo Mazzoldi;Michael L. Post;Dario Buso.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Finite depth square well model: Applicability and limitations
Giovanni Pellegrini;Giovanni Mattei;Paolo Mazzoldi.
Journal of Applied Physics (2005)
Circular Magnetoplasmonic Modes in Gold Nanoparticles
Francesco Pineider;Giulio Campo;Valentina Bonanni;César de Julián Fernández.
Nano Letters (2013)
Synthesis of silver clusters in silica-based glasses for optoelectronics applications
E Borsella;Elti Cattaruzza;G De Marchi;Francesco Gonella.
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (1999)
Interaction of high‐power laser light with silver nanocluster composite glasses
F. Gonella;G. Mattei;P. Mazzoldi;E. Cattaruzza.
Applied Physics Letters (1996)
Annealing behavior of silver, copper, and silver-copper nanoclusters in a silica matrix synthesized by the sol-gel technique
G. De;M. Gusso;L. Tapfer;M. Catalano.
Journal of Applied Physics (1996)
Clustering of gold atoms in ion-implanted silica after thermal annealing in different atmospheres
A Miotello;G De Marchi;Giovanni Mattei;Paolo Mazzoldi.
Physical Review B (2001)
Large third-order optical nonlinearity of nanocluster-doped glass formed by ion implantation of copper and nickel in silica
M. Falconieri;G. Salvetti;Elti Cattaruzza;Francesco Gonella.
Applied Physics Letters (1998)
Sub-nanometric metallic Au clusters as efficient Er3+ sensitizers in silica
Enrico Trave;Giovanni Mattei;Paolo Mazzoldi;Giovanni Pellegrini.
Applied Physics Letters (2006)
Z-scan study on the nonlinear refractive index of copper nanocluster composite silica glass
Giancarlo Battaglin;Paolo Calvelli;Elti Cattaruzza;Francesco Gonella.
Applied Physics Letters (2001)
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