Iolanda Di Bernardo

Dr

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

http://www.fleet.org.au/blog/phd-project-transport-stm/

20142021

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Biography

Dr. Iolanda Di Bernardo was awarded her PhD from Sapienza, University of Rome in 2018, after conducting research on low dimensional systems in Italy, France and Australia. She currently holds a Women in FLEET postdoctoral fellowship at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET), and she is based at Monash University.Before joining Monash. Iolanda worked as a Research Assistant at the Australian National University in Canberra.

Iolanda was awarded the Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Strand 2 NANOPHI project grant in 2017, an exchange fellowship between the EU, Australia and New Zealand, and the Australian Endeavour Fellowship in 2015.

Research interests

I am interested in the electronic structure and transport properties of two-dimensional topological materials, such as topological insulators and topological Dirac semimetals. These belong to a new and exciting class of matter displaying unique electronic properties, and hold the potential to be the building blocks of a new generation of low-energy electronics, limiting the energy usage in computing.

I grow these materials layer by layer via molecular beam epitaxy, and probe them via a combination of microscopic and spectroscopic techniques.

Supervision interests

I am currently accepting PhD, masters and Honours students on different projects on atomically thin materials.

 

Currently available PhD projects, see below:

https://www.fleet.org.au/blog/phd-project-transport-stm/

https://www.fleet.org.au/blog/phd-project-topological-materials/

Education/Academic qualification

Materials Science, PhD, Sapienza Universita di Roma (University of Rome)

Award Date: 23 Jul 2018

External positions

Research Assistant, Australian National University

Oct 2018Jul 2019

Research area keywords

  • 2D materials
  • Topological Materials

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