## Ugo Gianazza's List of Papers[78] U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [77] U. Gianazza and J. Siljander - [76] U. Gianazza - [75] U. Gianazza - [74] U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [73] U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [72] D. Andreucci and U. Gianazza - [71] U. Gianazza and S. Salsa - [70] U. Gianazza and C. Klaus - [69] F. Rossella, V. Bellani, M. Tommasini, U. Gianazza, E. Comini, C. Soldano - Abstract:
Nanostructures with complex geometry have gathered interest recently due to some
unusual and exotic properties associated with both their shape and material. 3D multi-branched SnO_{2} one-dimensional nanostructrures, characterized by a node - i.e., the location where two or more branches originate, are the ideal platform to distribute signals of different natures. In this work, we study how this particular geometrical configuration affects light propagation when a light source (i.e.,
laser) is focused onto it. Combining scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and optical analysis along with Raman and Rayleigh scattering upon illumination, we were able to understand, in more detail, the mechanism behind the light-coupling occurring at the node. Our experimental findings show that multi-branched semiconductor 1D structures have great potential as optically active nanostructures with waveguiding properties, thus paving the way for their application as novel building blocks for
optical communication networks
[68] U. Gianazza and S. Schwarzacher - [67] U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [66] U. Gianazza and S. Schwarzacher - [65] U. Gianazza, N. Liao and T. Lukkari - [64] A. Björn, J. Björn, U. Gianazza and J. Siljander - [63] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V.Vespri - [62] U. Gianazza and S. Salsa - [61] V. Bögelein, F. Duzaar and U. Gianazza - [60] E. DiBenedetto and U. Gianazza - [59] A. Björn, J. Björn and U. Gianazza - [58] F.G. Düzgün, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri -
[57] B. Avelin, U. Gianazza and S. Salsa - [56] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and C. Klaus - [55] E. DiBenedetto and U. Gianazza - [54] V. Bögelein, F. Duzaar and U. Gianazza - [53] U. Gianazza - [52] V. Bögelein, F. Duzaar and U. Gianazza - [51] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [50] A. Björn, J. Björn, U. Gianazza and M. Parviainen -
[49] V. Bögelein, F. Duzaar and U. Gianazza - [48] U. Gianazza - [47] E. Dallago, D.G. Finarelli, U. Gianazza, A. Lazzarini
Barnabei and A. Liberale - [46] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [45] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [44] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and N. Liao - [43] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [42] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [41] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [40] U. Gianazza, M. Surnachev and V. Vespri - [39] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [38] S. Fornaro, U. Gianazza - [37] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [36] U. Gianazza, G. Savaré, G. Toscani - [35] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [34] L. Corazzini, U. Gianazza - [33] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [32] U. Gianazza, S. Polidoro - [31] F. Dinuzzo, M. Neve, U. Gianazza, G. De Nicolao - [30] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza and V. Vespri - [29] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [28] E. DiBenedetto, U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [27] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [26] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [25] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [24] U. Gianazza, B. Stroffolini, V. Vespri - [23] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [22] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [21] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [20] U. Gianazza - [19] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [18] U. Gianazza - [17] U. Gianazza, V. Vespri - [16] U. Gianazza, S. Marchi - [15] U. Gianazza, G. Savaré - [14] U. Gianazza - [13] U. Gianazza, G. Savaré - [12] U. Gianazza, M. Gobbino, G. Savaré - [11] M. P. Bernardi, E. Gagliardo, U. Gianazza - [10] U. Gianazza - [9] U. Gianazza - [8] U. Gianazza - [7] U. Gianazza - [6] U. Gianazza - [5] U. Gianazza - [4] M. Biroli, U. Gianazza - [3] U. Gianazza - [2] U. Gianazza - [1] U. Gianazza - |