Francesca Leone

Francesca Leone
Università della Calabria | Università della Calabria · Department of Physics

Master of Science

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Introduction
I got a Master's degree in Medical Biotechnology (LM-9) from the University of Calabria in 2020. I collaborated for CNR-Nanotec LiCryl testing β-keratin coated gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) applied as antimicrobial agents via LSPR. Since 2021 I have been attending a post-graduate internship with the Nanolase research group and I joined the Ph.D. program in Physics, Chemistry and Materials Science and Technology at the University of Calabria.

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Dipole–Dipole interactions (DDI) constitute an effective mechanism by which two physical entities can interact with each other. DDI processes can occur in a resonance framework if the energies of the two dipoles are very close. In this case, an energy transfer can occur without the need to emit a photon, taking the name of Förster Resonance Energy...
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A bio-photonic cavity quantum electrodynamic (C-QED) framework could be imagined as a system in which both the “cavity” and the “atom” participating in the light-matter interaction scenario are bio-inspired. Can a cavity be made of a bio-polymer? If so, how should such a cavity appear and what are the best polymers to fabricate it? Can a biolumines...
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Citation: Caligiuri, V.; Leone, F.; Annesi, F.; Pane, A.; Bartolino, R.; De Luca, A. Envisioning Quantum Electrodynamic Frameworks Based on Bio-Photonic Cavities. Photonics 2021, 8, 470. https://doi.10.3390/photonics8110470

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