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LaMM Laboratorio di Magnetismo Molecolare

Nanosystems and devices


Nanosystems and devices

The prerequisite for the development of a technology based on magnetic molecules and magnetic nanoparticles is the successful organization at the nanoscale allowing to maintain the richness of the magnetic and electronic properties of the chemically designed and tailored objects. UHV depositions and wet chemistry based protocols are used to assemble molecular and inorganic nanosystems controlling their interactions.

The integration of these objects in hybrid architectures that can be addressed using specific mesoscopic probes is the following step forward that can promote the realization of application in several fields ranging from molecular spintronics, quantum computing, magneto-plasmonics and photovoltaics.



Matteo Mannini (Principal Investigator)

Brunetto Cortigiani (Technician)

Giuseppe Cucinotta (Post-doc)

Giulia Serrano (Post-doc)

Lorenzo Poggini (Post-doc)

Lorenzo Squillantini (PhD student)


Previous Members

Irene Cimatti

Luigi Malavolti

Valeria Lanzilotto






Room Temperature Control of Spin States in a Thin Film of a Photochromic Iron (II) Complex

Materials Horizons, 2018


Magnetic bistability of a TbPc2 submonolayer on a graphene/SiC(0001) conductive electrode

Nanoscale, 2018

Self-Assembly of TbPc2 Single-Molecule Magnets on Surface through Multiple Hydrogen Bonding

Small, 2018


Tuning of a Vertical Spin Valve with a Monolayer of Single Molecule Magnets

Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017

MFM on TbPC2 dots

Low-Temperature Magnetic Force Microscopy on Single Molecule Magnet-Based Microarrays  

 Nano Lett., 2017


An Organic Spin Valve Embedding a Self-Assembled Monolayer of Organic Radicals

Adv. Mater. Interfaces, 2016


A Combined Ion Scattering, Photoemission, and DFT Investigation on the Termination Layer of a La0.7S0.3MnO3 Spin Injecting Electrode

 J. Phys. Chem. C, 2014



last update: 13-Mar-2018
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