Vito Raineri works mostly in the field of Insect bites and stings, limiting it down to concerns involving Dermatology and, occasionally, INSECT BITES. His study connects Dermatology and INSECT BITES. His Silicon study combines Silicide and Dangling bond studies. His Composite material investigation overlaps with other areas such as Aluminium and Void (composites). He incorporates Aluminium and Silicon in his research. Vito Raineri combines topics linked to Silicide with his work on Optoelectronics. His research on Doping often connects related topics like Spreading resistance profiling. Vito Raineri incorporates Spreading resistance profiling and Semiconductor in his research. In his papers, Vito Raineri integrates diverse fields, such as Semiconductor and Dopant.
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Richardson’s constant in inhomogeneous silicon carbide Schottky contacts
Fabrizio Roccaforte;Francesco La Via;Vito Raineri;Roberto Pierobon.
Journal of Applied Physics (2003)
Ion irradiation and defect formation in single layer graphene
Giuseppe Compagnini;Filippo Giannazzo;Sushant Sonde;Vito Raineri.
Gettering of metals by voids in silicon
V. Raineri;P. G. Fallica;G. Percolla;A. Battaglia.
Journal of Applied Physics (1995)
Barrier inhomogeneity and electrical properties of Pt∕GaN Schottky contacts
Ferdinando Iucolano;Fabrizio Roccaforte;Filippo Giannazzo;Vito Raineri.
Journal of Applied Physics (2007)
Voids in Silicon by He Implantation: From Basic to Applications
V. Raineri;M. Saggio;E. Rimini.
Journal of Materials Research (2000)
Structural and electrical characterisation of Titanium and Nickel silicide contacts on Silicon carbide
F. La Via;F. Roccaforte;A. Makhtari;V. Raineri.
Microelectronic Engineering (2002)
Screening Length and Quantum Capacitance in Graphene by Scanning Probe Microscopy
F. Giannazzo;S. Sonde;V. Raineri;E. Rimini.
Nano Letters (2009)
He-vacancy interactions in Si and their influence on bubble formation and evolution
V. Raineri;S. Coffa;E. Szilágyi;J. Gyulai.
Physical Review B (2000)
Anchoring Molecular Magnets on the Si(100) Surface
Guglielmo G. Condorelli;Alessandro Motta;Ignazio L. Fragalà;Filippo Giannazzo.
Angewandte Chemie (2004)
Innovative localized lifetime control in high-speed IGBTs
M. Saggio;V. Raineri;R. Letor;F. Frisina.
IEEE Electron Device Letters (1997)
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