dr. Ricciardella

Postdoc
Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM), Department of Microelectronics

Themes: MEMS Technology

Biography

Filiberto Ricciardella received his M.Sc. in Physics at Bari University �Aldo Moro� and PhD in Novel Technologies for Materials, Sensors and Imaging at Naples University �Federico II� in collaboration with the ENEA Research Center in Portici (Naples). In his thesis, he investigated the behavior of graphene-based gas-sensors operating in environmental conditions towards several analytes. During his PhD he has been a member of the COST Action MP0901-NanoTP, taking part in meetings and workshops and providing scientific contribution as oral and/or poster presentations regarding his research.
In 2015 he was post-doc researcher at Italian Institute of Technology (Genoa) mainly working on a commercial project related to graphene and polymers.
His research interests encompass: 1. growth of graphene and bi-dimensional materials by using Chemical Vapor Deposition and Liquid Phase Exfoliation, 2. material characterization, especially through Raman spectroscopy, 3. electron and atomic force microscopy, 4. graphene-based gas sensors and devices electrical characterization.

Publications

  1. Influence of defect density on the gas sensing properties of multi-layered graphene grown by chemical vapor deposition
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Rita Tilmann; Oliver Hartwig; Cian Bartlam; Pasqualina M. Sarro; Hermann Sachdev; Georg S.Duesberg;
    Carbon Trends,
    Volume 3, pp. 100024, 2021.
    document

  2. Wafer-scale transfer-free process of multi-layered graphene grown by chemical vapor deposition
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Bart Boshuizen; F.J.K. Danzl; Ilkay Cesar; Pierpaolo Spinelli; Pasqualina Maria Sarro;
    Material Research Express,
    2020. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/ab771e

  3. Low-Humidity Sensing Properties of Multi-Layered Graphene Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Tiziana Polichetti; Pasqualina M. Sarro; Georg S. Duesberg;
    MDPI Sensors,
    Volume 20, Issue 11, pp. 3174, 2020.
    document

  4. Functionalisation of Multi-Layer Graphene-Based Gas Sensor by Au Nanoparticles
    Morelli, Laura; Ricciardella, Filiberto; Koole, Max; Persijn, Stefan; Vollebregt, Sten;
    Proceedings,
    Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 1, Dec 2020. DOI: 10.3390/proceedings2020056001
    document

  5. Analysis of a calibration method for non-stationary CVD multi-layered graphene-based gas sensors
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Tiziana Polichetti; Sten Vollebregt; Brigida Alfano; Ettore Massera; Lina Sarro;
    IOP Nanotechnology,
    Volume 30, pp. 385501-1-8, 2019. DOI: 10.1088/1361-6528/ab2aac
    document

  6. Growth of multi-layered graphene on molybdenum catalyst by solid phase reaction with amorphous carbon
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Evgenia Kurganova; A.J.M. Giesbers; Majid Ahmadi; Lina Sarro;
    2D Materials,
    Volume 6, pp. 035012, 2019. DOI: 10.1088/2053-1583/ab1518

  7. Full wafer transfer-free graphene
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Lina Sarro;
    Patent, WO2019125140; NL2020111, 2019.

  8. A transfer-free approach to wafer-scale graphene deposited by chemical vapour deposition
    Sten Vollebregt; Filiberto Ricciardella; Joost Romijn; Manvika Singh; Shengtai Shi; Lina Sarro;
    In Graphene Conference,
    2018. (invited).
    document

  9. Effects of graphene defects on gas sensing properties towards NO2 detection
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Tiziana Polichetti; Mario Miscuglio; Brigida Alfano; Maria L. Miglietta; Ettore Massera; Girolamo Di Francia; Pasqualina M. Sarro;
    Nanoscale,
    Volume 9, pp. 6085-6093, 2017.
    document

  10. An Innovative Approach to Overcome Saturation and Recovery Issues of CVD graphene-Based Gas Sensors
    F. Ricciardella; S. Vollebregt; T. Polichetti; B. Alfano; E. Massera; P. M. Sarro;
    In Proceedings of IEEE Sensors Conference,
    pp. 1224-1226, 2017.

  11. Low Temperature CVD Grown Graphene for Highly Selective Gas Sensors Working under Ambient Conditions
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Tiziana Polichetti; Brigida Alfano; Ettore Massera; Pasqualina M. Sarro;
    In Proceedings of Eurosensors 2017,
    pp. 445, 2017.
    document

  12. High sensitive CVD graphene-based gas sensors operating under environmental conditions
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Tiziana Polichetti; Brigida Alfano; Ettore Massera; Pasqualina M. Sarro;
    In Graphene Conference,
    2017.

  13. High sensitive gas sensors realized by a transfer-free process of CVD graphene
    Filiberto Ricciardella; Sten Vollebregt; Tiziana Polichetti; Brigida Alfano; Ettore Massera; Lina Sarro;
    In Proceedings of the IEEE Sensors conference,
    2016.

  14. A transfer-free wafer-scale CVD graphene fabrication process for MEMS/NEMS sensors
    S. Vollebregt; B. Alfano; F. Ricciardella; A.J.M. Giesbers; Y. Grachova; H.W. van Zeijl; T. Polichetti; P.M. Sarro;
    In Proc. of the 29th IEEE International Conference of Micro Electro Mechanical Systems,
    pp. 17-20, 2016.

  15. Molybdenum grown CVD graphene Schottky diodes
    S. Vollebregt; F. Ricciardella; Y. Grachova; T. Polichetti; P.M. Sarro;
    In Graphene Week,
    2015.

  16. The Role of Edge Defects in Liquid Phase Exfoliated and Chemical Vapor Deposited Graphene for NO2 Detection
    F Ricciardella; S Vollebregt; T Polichetti; B Alfano; PM Sarro; ML Miglietta; E Massera; G Di Francia;
    In GraphITA,
    2015.

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Filiberto Ricciardella

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