Welcome to Andrea Caviglia, full professor at DQMP since January 2022.
Andrea is an expert in the growth and physics of oxide heterostructures. In his new lab at the University of Geneva he will study these heterostructures through nanoscale measurements and probes that enable to measure the ultrafast dynamics of these systems.
Andrea Caviglia obtained his PhD in Physics in 2010 at the University of Geneva. Subsequently, he did a postdoc at the Max Planck Institute in Hamburg, before accepting in 2013 an assistant professor position at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).
Andrea received the Nicholas Kurti Prize in 2016. He was also awarded an ERC starting grant.