Carrier cooling dynamics in inorganic perovskites

Anna Vinattieri

University of Florence, Dept of Physics and Astronomy

Anna Vinattieri is associate professor at the Dept.Physics and Astronomy- Univ. Florence and member of LENS. Her main activity is in the field of high resolution ( space and time) optical spectroscopy. She studied exciton and free-carrier dynamics in III-V  and nitrides nanostructures, investigating topics as thermalization, spin relaxation, tunneling, strong coupling regime in microcavities, etc. Since 2016 she coordinates a research team  working on  synthesis and  characterization of perovskites ( hybrid and inorganic), by using  several state-of -the-art  spectroscopic techniques, focussing on inorganic perovskites for application to optoelectronics. She is coauthor of 190 papers published on high impact journal.


Inorganic perovskites represent a very promising alternative to hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites, given their better long-term stability and impressive radiative yield. In fact, such materials are extremely attracting not... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Anna Vinattieri (University of Florence, Dept of Physics and Astronomy)
  2. Fabio Gabelloni (University of Florence, Dept of Physics and Astronomy)
  3. Francesco Biccari (University of Florence, Dept of Physics and Astronomy)
  4. Giulia Andreotti (University of Florence, Dept of Physics and Astronomy)
  5. Nicola Calisi (University of Florence, Dept of Chemistry)
  6. Stefano Caporali (University of Florence, Dept of Industrial Engineering)

Topic Area

Optical properties of nanostructures


OS1b-2 » Optical properties of nanostructures (17:05 - Monday, 1st October, ROOM 2)

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