Giulia Giannone studied Matter Physics at the University of Salento (Italy). She was visiting student at the University of St. Andrews where she worked on "Organic Luminescent Cylindrical Concentrator" with Prof. Graham Turnbull and his group. In 2015 she got her Bachelor's Degree at the University of Salento with Prof. M. Anni, discussing a thesis on "Optical Properties of Organic Luminescent Cylindrical Concentrator". In 2017 she was visiting student at the Institute for Material Science of the TU in Dresden, where she worked on her Master thesis. She got her Master's Degree at the University of Salento under the supervision of Dr. Stefania D'Agostino, Prof. Rosaria Rinaldi and Prof. Gianaurelio Cuniberti, discussing a thesis on "A DFT Approach for Quantum Plasmonics Systems". Her research interests span from condensed matter physics to quantum mechanical simulation methods and plasmonics.
Atomistic investigation of hybrid plasmonic systemsNanomaterials and Nanotechnology, vol. 9, pp. 1-8
Density Functional Tight Binding Method for Metal-Molecule InteractionsTNT2017 Conference - Trends in Nanotechnology Conference, June 5th -9th 2017, Dresden, Germany
Plasmonic dimers analysis within Density Functional Tight Binding methodPlasmonica 2017, 5th-7th July, Lecce, Italy.