Giulio Pozzi

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Professor

Giulio Pozzi
Giulio Pozzi, Italian Physicist - 1.jpg
Born
NationalityItalian
EducationUniversity of Bologna
Alma materUniversity of Bologna
Home townBologna, Italy
Scientific career
FieldsPhysics, Electron Microscopy, Electron Interferometry and Holography
InstitutionsUniversity of Bologna

Giulio Pozzi is an Italian physicist.

Born in Riva del Garda in 1945, he graduated in Bologna in 1968.

He was a full professor at the Physics Department of the University of Bologna.

He is one of the co-authors of the double slit experiment with single electrons [1]

His research activity was mainly devoted to the development of electron microscopy techniques applied to the study of magnetic and electric fields.

He has contributed to the development of a research line on interferometry and electron holography and has collaborated with major national and international research centers. He has published over two hundred scientific articles in Italian and international journals. He retired from teaching in 2011, but continued to pursue his research interests as Alma Mater Professor at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Bologna until 2017.

He is the co-author of the documentary “Electron interference”(1976) [2][3], which won a prize at the Brussels' Scientific Movie Festival in 1976.

Works[edit]

  • Particles and Waves in Electron Optics and Microscopy ISBN 978-0-12-804814-6

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rosa, Rodolfo (2012). "The Merli–Missiroli–Pozzi Two-Slit Electron-Interference Experiment". Physics in Perspective. 14 (2): 178–195. doi:10.1007/s00016-011-0079-0. ISSN 1422-6944.
  2. ^ L'esperimento più bello della fisica - Festival della Scienza, su festival2011.festivalscienza.it.
  3. ^ Electron interference movie, su www.bo.imm.cnr.it