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University of Pavia, Italy
BiographyAlessandro Lascialfari is currently full professor at the Department of Physics of the University of Pavia. He got the MD in Physics in 1989, the PhD in Physics in 1994, and got several postdoc/researcher positions from 1994 to 2005, when he became associate professor at the University of Milano. In 2015 he won the position of full professor, and in October 2019 he transferred to the University of Pavia. Now he teaches to MD and PhD students in Physics of the University of Milano and Pavia, to MD students of Technical Radiology, and at the Specialization School in Medical Physics of Milano (where he was Director in the period 2016-2019). Since the end of the MD thesis period, he coauthored more than 200 papers on international peer-reviewed journals, and his research has been developed by making use of NMR, MuSR, SQUID, calorimetry, MRI, AFM and Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia (MFH) techniques. He has obtained important results in the study of magnetic properties and spin dynamics of HTSC superconductors, and of nanomagnets and low dimensional magnetic systems. He investigated deeply nano-structures useful as MRI and Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia agents, and recently he was involved in the radiomic analysis of MRI/CT data.
magnetism, molecular magnets, magnetic nanoparticles, superconductors, high-Tc superconductors, specific heat, nuclear relaxation, muon relaxation, phase transitions, quantum tunneling, quantum effects, low temperatures effects, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Muon Spin Resonance, Calorimetry, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia, Atomic Force Micropscopy, Magnetometry, SQUID