Dr Riccardo Degl'Innocenti

Lecturer

Research Overview

My current scientific aim is broadly centered to the investigation of terahertz science and technology. My main interest consists in the study of active plasmonic/metamaterial devices based on 2D materials, e.g. graphene, for the realization of integrated fast optoelectronic devices, such as amplitude, frequency and polarization modulators and detectors, for spectroscopic, imaging and communication applications. I have also ongoing research lines and collaborations which involve the use of THz quantum cascade laser sources for waveguiding and nanoscopy.

Laser-assisted Controlled Pyrolysis
15/06/2019 → 15/12/2019
Research

THz metamaterial/graphene optoelectronic modulators
15/01/2019 → 14/01/2021
Research

Laser-assisted controlled pyrolysis of rubber/bitumen raw materials
25/04/2018 → 15/12/2018
Research

THz graphene/metamaterial active frequency modulators
31/03/2018 → 30/03/2019
Research

Hybrid graphene/metamaterial active frequency modulators
01/11/2017 → 31/05/2018
Research

  • Engineering of Microwaves, Terahertz and Light (E-MIT)