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Rossana Dell’Anna

Rossana Dell’Anna received her PhD degree in Physics in 1998 from L’Aquila University with a thesis on the spectroscopic and thermal properties of amorphous materials.
She currently leads the material characterisation laboratories of FBK-SD, which include several physical-chemical analytical techniques (SIMS, XPS, FIB-SEM, EDX, EBSD, SPM, Raman, PL). Her current research mainly focuses on Raman, photoluminescence spectroscopy (PL) and scanning probe microscopy (SPM), especially for quantum- and nanotechnologies.
Over the past decades, she has worked on the theoretical study and experimental design of nano-patterned surfaces of semiconductors by ion beam irradiation, also for applications in the biotechnological field.
She has over 20 years of research experience applying multivariate statistical techniques, machine learning, and image processing on high-throughput data produced in micro-and nanomaterial and biomaterial measurements, especially ToF-SIMS, FT-IR Spectroscopy, and PTR-MS.
She has authored over 40 highly multidisciplinary articles in refereed journals, two book chapters, and several invited seminars.

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