Postdoc, Temple University; Materials Focus Area Team Member, SQMS
Areas of Expertise: Condensed Matter Physics, Quantum Computing, Materials Science
Giulia Berti completed her Ph.D. in physics at Politecnico di Milano (Italy) with a thesis on the magnetic, electronic and structural characterization of transition metal oxide thin films. She then worked as a postdoc in several universities and institutions in Europe and North America, including Max Planck Society and INRS, where she improved her knowledge of surface-sensitive characterization techniques (e.g., STM, XPS and UPS, XAS). She is now employed as a postdoctoral fellow in Maria Iavarone’s group at Temple University in Philadelphia, working in the low-temperature STM laboratory, where, within the SQMS collaboration, she studies the spectroscopic and morphological properties of niobium crystals and films.