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Bruno Tiribilli graduated in physics at the University of Florence in 1985, with a thesis on holographic moirè topography. In 1987, he joined Officine Galileo as system engineer of the Space Department, where he was responsible of the design and construction of optoelectronic systems for satellite attitude sensors. In 1989 he became optics specialist at the post graduated School of Optics. In 1990 he became a researcher at National Institute of Optics, his activities concerned the design and realization of optical instruments for scientific and industrial application. read more
new deadline: 31 december 2020
Like many other activities, research has been interrupted by the lock-down imposed in many countries in response to the recent COVID-19 epidemic. Researchers still work in difficult and unusual conditions, while access to office and laboratories is severely limited to avoid health risks. Opening of academic and research facilities appears to be a slow process for the coming months. We believe that an extension of the deadline for submission would be helpful for authors who are going to restart their work and preparing their contributions over the coming months.
The new deadline for this special issue is December 31, 2020.
Caterina Credi, Olga Bibikova, Caterina Dallari, Bruno Tiribilli, Fulvio Ratto, Sonia Centi, Roberto Pini, Viacheslav Artyushenko, Riccardo Cicchi, Francesco Saverio Pavone
J. Mater. Chem. B (2020)
A. Vestri, G. Margheri, E. Landini, E. Meacci and B. Tiribilli
Review of Scientific Instruments 91, 013106 (2020)
Giancarlo Margheri, Bruno Tiribilli, Silvana Trigari, Massimo Vassalli
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2019
Mareš J, Johansen JR, Hauer T, Zima J, Ventura S, Cuzman O, Tiribilli B, Kaštovský J.
Journal of Phycology, 2019