BAZZAN MARCO

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Structure Department of Physics and Astronomy
Telephone 0498277202
Qualification Ricercatore universitario confermato
Scientific sector FIS/03 - MATERIAL PHYSICS
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Monday from 14:00 to 15:00 Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Stanza 017 piano terra Per massima sicurezza si consiglia di prendere appuntamento via e-mail.
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Proposals for thesis
1) Interazione luce - luce in geometrie confinate: realizzazione e studio di un prototipo di chip ottico non lineare

2) Generazione di polaroni nello stadio ottico nonlineare del rilevatore di onde gravitazionali VIRGO

La fotorefrattività è un particolare tipo di fenomeno ottico nonlineare per cui un materiale modifica le sue proprietà ottiche sotto l'effetto stesso della luce. Questa proprietà apre la strada a numerose applicazioni nel campo della fotonica, poiché permette di far interagire fra loro due o più segnali ottici tramite il cosiddetto fenomeno dell’accoppiamento di fasci o la miscelazione a quattro onde. D'altra parte può anche dare origine a fenomeni di assorbimento non lineari che invece si vogliono evitare, come nel caso della sorgente di luce squeezed di VIRGO.
In questi lavori di tesi si indaga l'origine microscopica di questi fenomeni e la possibilità di utilizzarli a vantaggio di applicazioni innovative.

Curriculum Vitae
Marco Bazzzan obtained his Physics degree in 2001 and his Material Scince PhD title in 2004 at the Padova University. Since 2011 He has a researcher position at the Physics and Astronomy Department, as well as an invited professorship at the Lorraine University (France), working also as Erasmus flux responsible.
His research interests are devoted mainly to solid state physics, and optics. He worked on the experimental study of Lithium Niobate, a crystal material with several functional properties largely employed in nonlinear optics and photonics, in particular to its growth, structural analysis by high resolution X-Ray diffraction, photorefractive nonlinear optics and related microscopic phenomena and fabrication of integrated optical circuits. As INFN member He is also involved in the Virgo experiment for the detection of Gravitational Waves from Earth.
He collaborates with several italian and international laboratories on a number of research projects and at several large scale facilities (CERN, ESRF, EGO).
For the Padova University, He collaborates to the Advanced Laboratory course where He is in charge of several optis experiments. Moreover He gives several lessons at the course "X-Ray techniques for material analysis" for the PhD school in Science and Engineering of Materials and Nanostructures.

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2017/18
Degree course code Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
SC1171 001PD SCO2045472 ADVANCED PHYSICS LABORATORY B
A.Y. 2017/18 details
6 2nd Year First
semester
ITA MARCO BAZZAN