Antonio DI BARTOLOMEO is a professor of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics and the president of the Physics Education Committee at the University of Salerno, Italy, where he teaches semiconductor device physics and nanoelectronics.
His present research interests include optical and electrical properties of nanostructured materials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, and 2D materials; van der Waals heterostructures, Schottky junctions, field-effect transistors, non-volatile memories, solar cells, photodetectors, field emission devices, supercapacitors, and fuel cells.
He received the Ph.D. in Physics in 1997 from the University of Salerno where he held the position of researcher in Experimental Physics for several years before his appointment as a professor. His scientific career started at CERN (CH) with the collaboration with experiments on neutrino oscillations and heavy-ion collisions. He spent several years in the industry as a semiconductor device engineer (ST Microelectronics, Infineon Technologies, and Intel Corporation) and was a guest scientist at IHP-Microelectronics (Germany) and Georgetown University (Washington, DC).
He has delivered over 100 presentations in international conferences and has authored over 150 publications in peer-reviewed journals, two physics textbooks, and two patents. He is serving as the editor-in-chief of IOP Nano Express, the deputy editor-in-chief of IET Micro & Nano Letters, the section editor-in-chief of MDPI Nanomaterials and is an Editorial Board member of several journals such as IOP Nanotechnology and Nano Futures, MDPI Materials, Electronics and Sensors.
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