Antonio Di Bartolomeo
University of Salerno, Italy
Antonio Di Bartolomeo received MS and PhD degree in Physics from Salerno University, Italy. He worked as System Engineer for Creative Electronic Systems (CH) and as Device Engineer for ST Microelectronics (AZ) and Intel Corporation (IE). He started his career in experimental high-energy physics in the CHORUS and ALICE experiments at the CERN (Geneva, CH). Currently, he works as Associate Professor of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics at the Salerno University, Italy. He has been Visiting Scientist at IHP Microelectronics, Frankfurt Oder, Germany, and at the Georgetown University, Washington, DC. He has co-authored two textbooks on general Physics and more than 80 peer-reviewed research articles and is in the Editorial Board of Nanotechnology (IOP) and Nanomaterials (MDPI). His present research interests include: Optical and electrical properties of carbon nanotubes, graphene, 2D materials and composite materials; graphene/semiconductor heterojunctions and their application as photodetectors, solar cells and chemical sensors; Van der Waals heterojunctions of 2D layered materials; field-effect transistors; tunneling transistors; non-volatile memories; CMOS technologies; solid-state radiation detectors; field emission.