Research activities

All-fiber nonlinear photonic devices

Teaching activities

To be defined


After his Master degree in Physics of Matter with a thesis on sensors of gaseous pollutants based on the optoacoustic effect, Francesco worked at Universita' degli Studi di Bari as assistant researcher in the topic of interferometric sensors based on the self-mixing technique in diode lasers for Mechatronics applications. Then he moved to the United Kingdom where he obtained his PhD in Optoelectronics at the University of Southampton - Zepler Institute working on a project related to the functionalization of optical fibers for the efficient generation of second order nonlinear effects. He is actually MSCA Individual Fellow at Universite' libre de Bruxelles, where he is working on nonlinear optical resonators based on poled fibers .


Updated on February 18, 2022