Stefano Lumetti

Stefano Lumetti
SAL Silicon Austria Labs · Sensor Systems - Microsystem Technologies

PhD

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Introduction
Design and manufacture of magnetic sensors, magnetic microsystems, magnetic MEMS. Cleanroom micro-/nanofabrication and metrology. Testing and characterization of magnetic sensor systems. Management of research projects with industrial and academic partners, project acquisition, scientific equipment acquisition.
Additional affiliations
July 2019 - present
SAL Silicon Austria Labs
Position
  • Researcher
January 2019 - June 2019
Carinthian Tech Research AG
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Design and development of magnetic sensor devices. Research on hard and soft ferromagnetic layers. Micromagnetism and spintronics. AMR devices. Magnetic MEMS/NEMS applications. Fluxgate-based magnetometers. Clean-room micro- and nano-fabrication.
October 2018 - January 2019
Zanasi & Partners
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Participation and contribution to security-related (in particular cybersecurity-focused) research projects funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 framework programme.
Education
November 2014 - February 2018
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia
Field of study
  • Physics and Nanosciences
November 2011 - October 2014
October 2008 - September 2011

Publications

Publications (9)
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In this work we report on fully operational sub-micrometric low voltage OFETs by using graphene as the source-drain electrodes pair and a high-κ ultra-thin dielectric in a local gate architecture. The impact of the graphene electrodes on the miniaturization of the organic devices has been assessed, with particular attention to the influence of the...
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This manuscript discusses the difficulties with magnetic position and orientation (MPO) system design and proposes a general method for finding optimal layouts. The formalism introduces a system quality measure through state separation and reduces the question “How to design an MPO system?” to a global optimization problem. The latter is then solve...
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Properties such as high resolution, contactless (and thus wear-free) measurement, low power consumption, robustness against temperature and contamination as well as low cost make magnetic position and orientation systems appealing for a large number of industrial applications. Nevertheless, one major practical challenge is their sensitivity to fabr...
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The greatest shortcoming of magnetic position sensor systems is their sensitivity to fabrication tolerances. In this work, we propose a novel calibration scheme based on evolutionary optimization and the analytic solution for the magnetic field. This method allows us to calibrate more than 10 degrees of freedom in the course of seconds with little...
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The dynamics of a quantum system in a dissipative environment presents a rich and still largely unexplored phenomenology that is relevant for the control of quantum devices. The simplest problem can be modeled as a two-level system—such as a spin—in contact with a thermal bath. Here, we present experiments in which we monitor the spin reversal in a...
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The massive advancements in performance from the first computing machines to the current electronic devices are mainly due to the extreme miniaturization of their active components. At present, further downscaling represents an enormous technological challenge, as the size of the devices is reaching the ultimate limit of the molecular and atomic sc...
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Finding reliable methods to exploit molecular degrees of freedom represents an intriguing problem involving the control of new mechanisms at the nanoscale and several technological challenges. Here, we report a novel approach to address a single molecular spin embedded in an electronic circuit. Our devices make use of molecules with well-defined ma...
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Graphene nanodevices, such as ultra-narrow constrictions and nanometer-spaced gaps, are emerging as appealing candidates for various applications, ranging from advanced quantum devices to single-molecule junctions and even DNA sequencing. Here, we present the realization and characterization of nanometer-sized gaps in suspended few-layer graphene d...
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Several technological issues have to be faced to realize devices working at the single molecule level. One of the main challenges consists of defining methods to fabricate electrodes to make contact with single molecules. Here, we report the realization of novel spintronic devices made of a TbPc2 single molecule embedded between two nanometer-separ...

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