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Di Martino Lab


Research Overview

We develop the ultra-concentration of light trapped inside plasmonic nanocavities into an innovative fast methodology for studying real-time movement of individual atoms that underpins the new generation of memory nano-devices called resistive switching memories (RRAMs). Ongoing research topics include self-assembly (molecules, polymers and nanoparticles), surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy SERS.

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Ultralow-power non-volatile memory storage

Giuliana & Judith’s work will focus on the development of scalable, ultralow-power non-volatile memory storage through the application of highly innovative materials.

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