Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
- Nanoscale Science of Energy
- Computational materials science
- Nanotube growth characterization
- Alloy theory
- Superlubricity on quasicrystals
- Superconductivity in Metal borides
- Genetic Approaches to QM Predictions of Materials Structures
- Materials for Nuclear Detection
The research is multidisciplinary and makes use of state of the art techniques from fields like materials science, chemistry, physics, quantum mechanics, mathematics and computer science.
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Capobianco, A. D., et al. “Lossless tapers, Gaussian beams, free-space modes: Standing waves versus through-flowing waves.” Proceedings of Spie the International Society for Optical Engineering, vol. 3666, Jan. 1999, pp. 199–206.
Calandra, Matteo, et al. Quest for high Tc in layered structures: the case of LiB.
Capobianco, Antonio-D., et al. “Marcatili's Lossless Tapers and Bends: an Apparent Paradox and its Solution.” Proceedings of Jordan International Electrical and Electronic Engineering Conference,Jieeec’98, April 27 29, 1998, Amman, Jordan.