Francesco Buccheri

Fixed-term assistant professor
Department of Applied Science and Technology (DISAT)

Profile

Research interests

mesoscopic modelling
Boltzmann transport equation
Charge transport
Electron-phonon interaction
Interfaces of topological materials
Josephson junctions
Magnetic impurities
Multiterminal junctions
Phonons
Topological insulators
Topological materials
Topological semimetals
Topological superconductors
Tunnel junctions
Weyl semimetals

Curriculum

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Skills

ERC sectors

PE3_4 - Electronic properties of materials, surfaces, interfaces, nanostructures
PE1_5 - Lie groups, Lie algebras
PE3_6 - Macroscopic quantum phenomena, e.g. superconductivity, superfluidity, quantum Hall effect
PE3_8 - Magnetism and strongly correlated systems
PE1_12 - Mathematical physics
PE3_11 - Mesoscopic quantum physics and solid-state quantum technologies
PE3_7 - Spintronics
PE3_15 - Statistical physics: phase transitions, condensed matter systems, models of complex systems, interdisciplinary applications
PE3_3 - Transport properties of condensed matter

SDG

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production

Teaching

Collegi of the degree programmes

Teachings

PhD

Bachelor of Science

  • Fisica I. A.A. 2024/25, INGEGNERIA AEROSPAZIALE. Collaboratore del corso
  • Fisica I. A.A. 2023/24, INGEGNERIA AEROSPAZIALE. Collaboratore del corso
  • Fisica I. A.A. 2022/23, INGEGNERIA AEROSPAZIALE. Collaboratore del corso
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Research

Institute

Supervised PhD students

  • Marco Peluso. Programme in Fisica (39th cycle, 2023-in progress)
    Research subject: Light-Matter Interaction in Topological Semimetals
    Fisica della Materia Condensata / Condensed Matter Physics
    Materiali Topologici / Topological Materials
    Fisica della Materia Condensata / Condensed Matter Physics
    Materiali Topologici / Topological Materials

Other activities and projects related to research

I am a theoretical solid state physicist and mainly employ analytic calculations in my research, complemented by numerics. I am interested in transport phenomena, including charge and heat, in systems hosting topological states of matter, especially semimetals, as well as quantum wires and junctions.

Publications

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