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Dipartimento di Fisica - Politecnico di Milano

Daniela Petti

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Associate Professor
Campus Milano Leonardo

I received my PhD in Physics from Politecnico di Milano in 2010, where I am currently Associate Professor and co-PI of the engineering Physics in Nanostructured materials and Devices (PhyND) group of the Physics Department. In 2017-2018, I have been visiting researcher in the Spin Dynamic Group of the Department of Material Science and Engineering at MIT, Boston.
My research activity is in the field of nanomagnetism and spintronics; in particular, it concerns the study of novel techniques for the micro- nanoscale control of magnetism and spin dynamics.
I am author of 68 publications on international peer-reviewed journals, 4 invited papers, 4 patent applications and 2 book chapters. My h-index is 19 according to SCOPUS (total number of citations 1243) and 20 according to Google Scholar (total number of citations 1580). I participated in more than 30 conferences with contributed and invited talks. I am member of the steering committee of early career e-seminars and the plenary e-lecture of the European Magnetism Association and scientific committee of the AIMagn Colloquia, Italian Magnetism Society. I am reviewer for different journals, e.g. Nature, Nature Electronics, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B. She has been guest editor of the ISI-Scopus indexed journal Sensors – MDPI. I give annual courses of classical Mechanics and Thermodynamics, and of “Advanced Micro and Nanofabrication Technologies” at Politecnico di Milano.