Moresco

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Francesca Moresco

former Research associate

Stay period:Dec. 1, 2010 - Dec. 1, 2017
Phone: +4935146343968
Room: BAR S77E

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Francesca Moresco got her Ph.D. in 1998 at the University of Hannover investigating surface plasmons by electron energy loss spectroscopy. She is Italian and studied physics at the University of Genova.
From 1999 to 2006 she was a research assistant at the Free University in Berlin, starting there her work on molecular switching and manipulation of single molecules. Her habitation work at the FU Berlin was awarded in 2003 by the Karl-Scheel Prize of the German Physical Society in Berlin.
She joined our chair at the end of 2009, after an experience in the semiconductor industry. At the Institute of Materials Science, she led 2017 the Molecular Manipulation and Nanomachines Group, studying the electronic and mechanical properties of single molecules at surfaces by scanning tunneling microscopy.
In October 2017 Francesca Moresco became part of the Dresden TUD Center cfaed.




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Moresco

ORCID Google Scholar Scopus ResearcherID

Francesca Moresco

former Research associate

Stay period:Dec. 1, 2010 - Dec. 1, 2017
Phone: +4935146343968
Room: BAR S77E

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Francesca Moresco got her Ph.D. in 1998 at the University of Hannover investigating surface plasmons by electron energy loss spectroscopy. She is Italian and studied physics at the University of Genova.
From 1999 to 2006 she was a research assistant at the Free University in Berlin, starting there her work on molecular switching and manipulation of single molecules. Her habitation work at the FU Berlin was awarded in 2003 by the Karl-Scheel Prize of the German Physical Society in Berlin.
She joined our chair at the end of 2009, after an experience in the semiconductor industry. At the Institute of Materials Science, she led 2017 the Molecular Manipulation and Nanomachines Group, studying the electronic and mechanical properties of single molecules at surfaces by scanning tunneling microscopy.
In October 2017 Francesca Moresco became part of the Dresden TUD Center cfaed.




Publications

pages: 1 2 3 >