1 CURRICULUM VITÆ - CATERINA PETRILLO Personal Information Name Nationality Work address Caterina Petrillo Italian Dipartimento di Fisica e Geologia Università di Perugia Via A. Pascoli Perugia - Italy Professor Caterina Petrillo is Head of the Department of Physics and Earth Science at the University of Perugia. A physicist by training, she began her research career in experimental condensed matter physics, initially focused upon the study of electronic structure and vibrational dynamics of metal systems, and more recently concentrated on the dynamics of complex systems like confined and low-dimensionality water. Her experimental approach largely benefitted of neutron and X-ray scattering techniques available at the large-scale facilities, where she also contributed to design and construction of neutron instruments and components She shared responsibilities for planning neutron research activities at the high flux reactor of the ILL (FR) within the mission of the Italian Institute for the Physics of Matter (INFM) ( ). As a well-known scientific representative of the large-scale facilities user community, in 2007 she was appointed by the Italian Ministry of Research as Italian Delegate at the Programme Committee Research Infrastructures of the Framework Programme 7 th of the European Commission. In recent years, she assumed managerial and political responsibilities in science, focusing upon large-scale central facilities for materials research, promoting the preparation of the first Italian Roadmap of Research Infrastructures of pan-european interest, and advising on the financial schemes to be supported by the Italian Government to ensure the participation of the Italian scientific communities to international research infrastructures. She is a member of several scientific advisory and governing bodies at international level, both as a scientific expert and as a representative of the Italian Ministry of Research. She has been a member of the SAC of the ESRF in the period , as well as of the ESFRI expert group on the perspectives of large-scale facilities for condensed matter physics in Europe since She was a member of the Steering Committee of the ILL ( ) and represents Italy at the Steering Committee of the European Spallation Source ESS (Lund, Sweden) since She has a broad experience of global facilities and the strategies to get them supported.
2 Education and Training July 1979 Diploma di Maturità Classica, grade 60/60, Perugia, IT [5 years higher education in classical studies and humanities] March 1984 Laurea in Fisica, grade 110/110 cum Laude, University of Perugia, IT [Laurea in Physics, Thesis discussed Many-body effects and self-energy corrections on the momentum distribution and the Compton profile of metals: the case of Aluminum and Copper, supervisor Prof. Francesco Sacchetti] Visiting scientist at the Physics Department of Reading University (Reading, UK) and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory - ISIS Spallation Neutron Source (Chilton, Didcot, UK) [Research Programme Neutron-Electron Scattering in Simple Metals, supervisors Prof. Stephen W. Lovesey and John A. Blackman] Visiting scientist at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL, Grenoble, FR) [Research Program Squashing and characterization of the crystal monochromators for the neutron spectrometer PRISMA, Monochromators Group of the ILL, supervisor Dr. Andreas Freund] 1988 Visiting scientist at Monash University (Melbourne, AUS) and the HIFAR Reactor of the Lucas Heights Research Center (Sydney, AUS). [Research program on neutron polarization analysis techniques based on the LONGPOL neutron instrument in collaboration with Dr. Trevor J. Hicks] Employment History Post-doctoral fellowships at the University of Rome La Sapienza, supervisor Prof. Francesco P. Ricci, working as instrument responsible of the polarized neutron diffractometer installed at the TRIGA Reactor of ENEA-Casaccia (Roma, IT) Researcher at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Struttura della Materia (Frascati, Roma, IT) University Researcher in Condensed Matter Physics at the University of Perugia, School of Science, Physics Department (Perugia, IT) Associate Professor in Experimental Physics at the Politecnico di Milano, School of Engineering, Physics Department (Milano, IT) Associate Professor in Experimental Physics at the University of Perugia, School of Science, Physics Department (Perugia, IT). Since 2007 Full Professor in Experimental Physics at the University of Perugia, School of Science, Physics Department (Perugia, IT) Director (elected) of the Physics Department of the University of Perugia Director (elected) of the Department of Physics and Earth Science of the University of Perugia.
3 Experience in Leading Research Projects & Programmes Responsibilities in major international projects Scientific Responsible of the Research Programme Development of solid state detectors for neutrons and electronics for PSD detectors European Project ENNI - European Network for Neutron Instrumentation - (Framework Programme 3) /1996. National Coordinator and scientific responsible of the Research Programme Demonstration of new Si based solid-state neutron PSDs European Project XENNI - The 10-Member European Network for Neutron Instrumentation (Framework Programme 4) 1996/2000. Responsible for the bilateral research collaboration Proposal to Demonstrate the Performance Characteristics of a Silicon/Gadolinium Detector on the LANSCE Reflectometer SPEAR between the Italian National Institute INFM and Los Alamos National Laboratory, funded by the Department of Energy (US) under the Project SNS (Spallation Neutron Source) /2000. Technical Responsible of the Project BRISP Design and construction of the spectrometer for Brillouin scattering of thermal neutrons, a neutron spectrometer to be installed at the High Flux Reactor of the Institut Laue-Langevin (Grenoble, FR) under the international collaboration CRG (Collaborating Research Group) between INFM (IT), Chemnitz University (DE) and ILL (FR) 1999/2002. National Coordinator and scientific responsible for the Research Programme Si Detectors and Neutron Zone Plates - European Project TECHNI - Technology for Neutron Instrumentation (Framework Programme 5) 2000/2004. National Coordinator and scientific responsible for the Research Programme Si/Gd Microstrip Detectors of DETNI - Detectors for Neutron Instrumentation, funded as a Joint Research Activities within the European Project NMI3 Neutron and Muon Integrated Infrastructure Initiative (Framework Programme 6) /2007. Scientific Responsible and delegate of the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) for the Italian participation in the Preparatory Phase of the European Project The European Spallation Neutron Source (ESS) (Framework Programme 7) 2008/2010. Responsible for the characterization program of fuel cell the MCLab (Material Characterization Laboratory) of the Physics Department of the University of Perugia European Project H2FC - Integrating European Infrastructure to support science and development of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies towards European Strategy for Sustainable, Competitive and Secure Energy (Framework Programme 7) 2011/2013.
4 Participation in major international projects as a contributing member of Working Groups Strategic Project Neutron Spectrometer PRISMA, funded by the Italian National Research Council (CNR), for the design and construction of the neutron instrument PRISMA to be installed at the Spallation Neutron Source ISIS (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK) Responsible Prof. Francesco Sacchetti, International Project Group for the Development of the Spallation Neutron Source ISIS, The Focusing Monochromator Project for IN4C, funded by the Italian National Research Council (CNR), for the design and construction of a focusing crystal monochromator for the spectrometer IN4C installed at the High Flux Reactor of the Institut Laue-Langevin (Grenoble, FR) Responsible Prof. Francesco Sacchetti, Bilateral Project MURST/British Council: Design of an Improved PRISMA Spectrometer, Neutron Spectrometer Project TOSCA, funded by the Italian National Research Council (CNR), for the design and construction of the neutron spectrometer TOSCA to be installed at the pulsed neutron source ISIS (UK) Responsible Dr. Marco Zoppi, EU Project Optimisation of Cold Neutron Beams for Single Crystal Spectroscopy, EU Project NMI3-Integrated Infrastructure Initiative for Neutron Scattering and Muon Spectroscopy (NMI3), working group on Neutron Optics, development of zone plates for cold neutrons, Responsibility for and participation in major nationally funded projects Studio di fattibilità e progettazione di una linea di test per esperienze con fascio continuo di neutroni termici presso il linac del progetto SPES dell INFN, (Feasibility study and preliminary design of a neutron test beamline at the linac accelerator of the SPES project), INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro, UMBRA - Understanding MgB 2: Research and Applications, Progetto di Ricerca Avanzato INFM Advanced Research Project funded by INFM, the Italian National Institute for the Physics of Matter, Perovskiti Funzionali: Sintesi, Proprietà Magnetiche e di Trasporto Elettronico e Ionico, (Functional Perovskites: synthesis, magnetic properties, electronic and ionic transport) COFIN 2004, funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, Dynamics and Relaxation in Liquid Metals and in Proton-Exchange Membranes (PEM): Neutron Scattering Investigation, COFIN 2005, funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research,
5 Management and leadership experience Her responsibilities as the Director of the Physics Department of the University of Perugia ( ) included administration, personnel, budget, implementing the science programme of the Department and promoting the research strategy. This implies fund-rising activities for projects from the public and private sector, both at national and international level. The Department is strongly and successfully involved in international research projects and collaborations in the fields of particle and nuclear physics (CERN), astro-particles and astrophysics (ESA, ESO, NASA), and research in condensed matter physics carried out at the major synchrotron and neutron facilities (ILL, ESRF, EMBL). In-house research is carried out at the laboratories and installations inside the Department. Under the recent evaluation exercise carried out by the Italian National Authority for the Evaluation ANVUR, the research activity at the Physics Department was ranked at the 6 th position in the list of the comparable-size Italian universities and it got a remarkable 1 st position in the list of all the Italian universities according to the statistical analysis of performances by CENSIS - Centro Studi Investimenti Sociali. In Jan 2014, she took charge of the Department of Physics and Earth Science of the University of Perugia as the Director elected with a three years mandate. Following the major structural reorganization of the Italian University system, the Department of Physics and the Department of Earth Science merged into the new Department of Physics and Earth Science, with doubled personnel and budget, a synergetic network of in-house laboratories and optimized services. Within the mandate of the new Department is also the organization of the (3+2)-years degree courses (Physics; Earth Science; Hydrocarbons) and the higher education programme of the PhD courses. The Department also takes care of organizing lectures, examinations, and training in basic Physics courses to more than 1500 students of the University of Perugia. As the Director of the Department, she is a member of the University Senate. As National Coordinator and leader of the Neutron Committee of the INFM ( ), a 3-member policy-advising body, she was responsible for setting up the scientific strategy of the INFM in the neutron field, which included coordination and funding of research projects for design and construction of neutron spectrometers and ancillary equipment, management of the Italian participation in the neutron sources of the Institut Laue-Langevin (Grenoble, FR) and the Laboratoire Leon Brillouin (Saclay, FR), organization of support initiatives to the neutron users community, dissemination, outreach and training initiatives. Under this role, she had the scientific responsibility of the Italian Neutron Research Group made up of 10 young researchers and technicians seconded to the OGG (Gruppo Operativo Grenoble) and working at the High Flux Reactor of the ILL.
6 Committees, Panels and Consultancies Review and evaluation Panels Member of the International Selection Panel of the experiment proposals for the TFXA spectrometer (ISIS, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, U.K.), Member of the Crystallography Committee of Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Member of the International Selection Panel College 5B - Crystallography and Magnetic Structures of the Institut Laue- Langevin (Grenoble, France) for the evaluation of the experiment proposals, Member of the Comité Directeur of the Collaborating Research Group Project IN-13 The Biological Evaluator for the European Commission under Framework Programme 6 Marie Curie Actions. Member of the International expert group The Expert Working Group on Large Neutron Infrastructures of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI Roadmap 2006), in charge of providing ESFRI with the landscape and a first analysis of the needs for neutron sources in Europe (new sources; upgrade of the existing ones), Member of the Scientific Council of the National Consortium of Italian Universities for Condensed Matter (CNISM), with the role of expert of large scale facilities, Member of the Scientific Review Committee Disordered systems and Liquids for the evaluation of the experiment proposals at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility - ESRF (Grenoble, FR), Evaluator for the LAB-EX (Laboratories of Excellence CNRS, FR) call for projects, 2011 Panelist and rapporteur for the 2012 funding call for research projects of the National Research Council of Romania, Member of the selection panel for Projects of Industrial Relevance of the Region Umbria in the Energy and Materials fields, set up by the regional innovation authority, Reviewer of the outreach and science communication projects (CTS) funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, Member of the national Selection Panel (Comitato di Selezione) of PRIN (Projects of National Relevance) projects set up by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, Member of the International expert group PSE-WG (Physical Science and Engineering Working Group) of ESFRI, in charge of providing ESFRI with the landscape and an updated analysis of the priorities in the provision of PSE European facilities,
7 Advisory and Management Panels Scientific Secretary of the Board of the Italian Society of Neutron Spectroscopy (Società Italiana di Spettroscopia Neutronica), Member of the international Instrument Working Group for the European Spallation Source - Single Crystal Spectroscopy - Coherent Excitations, Italian representative to the Steering Committee of the Institut Laue Langevin (Grenoble), Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility ESRF (Grenoble), Italian Delegate to the FP7 Programme Committee Capacities-Infrastructures of the European Commission, nominated by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, Delegate of the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research at the International Working Group Round Tables ESS-Lund, Member of the Executive Board of the Project The European Spallation Neutron Source (ESS) financed by the European Commission under the FP7 Call - Capacities Infrastructures Preparatory Phase, Representative of the Scientific Partner Countries of the Institut Laue Langevin (Grenoble) to the Associate Board, Member of the ESFRI advisory group Working Group on Neutron Sources in Europe, Member of the International group The Expert Group on Analytical Research Infrastructures (EGARI), in charge of advising ESFRI on needs and priorities for large scale facilities for material analysis in Europe, Member of the Expert Advisory Group supporting the Directorate for International Research of the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research for the development of research policies, since Italian Delegate to the Steering Committee of the European Spallation Source (ESS), nominated by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, Member of the Working Group for the Italian Roadmap of Research Infrastructures of pan-european Level, set up by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), Member of the International expert group ILL Associates Working Group on Neutrons in Europe for 2025 with the task of proposing a 15-years strategy for neutron production in Europe, Member of the 11-Member Committee for the writing of the University Statute (Commissione Statuto) of the University of Perugia, Member of the Search Committee for the next CEO of the European Spallation Source (ESS), 2012.
8 Research interests Her research activity was initially developed in the field of solid state physics, with special focus on ground state electronic and magnetic properties of transition metals and alloys investigated by means of polarized neutron diffraction in single crystal samples. This is a very powerful technique enabling to obtain the spin density distribution and, in ordered magnetic systems, the atomic magnetic moments and the occupation numbers of the outer electron states. These experimental data are one of the rare benchmarks for the validity of the Density Functional approach, within local density and local spin density approximations, to the calculations of the ground state of an electron system. The results of this activity have been published in several articles and a review for a wide audience was published in Neutron News in 2000 (Ref. 71 Forty years of polarized neutron scattering in ferromagnetic 3d metals and alloys ). Aiming at the experimental measurement of quantum observables related to the dynamic many-electron interactions, a series of x-ray elastic scattering experiments was carried out on crystalline samples of alkali metals and simple metals to obtain the spin-dependent pair correlation functions of the electron system. The experimental technique, the results and the theoretical interpretation of these data, which we published in several scientific papers, are also described and reported by Winfried Schülke in his reference book Electron Dynamics by Inelastic X-Ray Scattering (Oxford University Press, USA, 2007, Cap. 2.7, p. 164). The interest in the description of the interacting electron gas was the driver behind the studies on the collective excitations in simple metals in liquid phase. Indeed, liquid alkali metals have been considered as the prototype of a simple liquid metal, that is, a system with a free electron-like band structure in the crystalline state, which can be regarded as a two-component mixture of interacting electrons and ions. The investigation of a sample like that enables one to address the fundamental field of static and dynamic screening phenomena in the interacting electron gas. In particular, the presence of propagating collective excitations, i.e., propagating ion density fluctuations, can be related to the screened (almost static) Coulomb interactions among the ions. A series of experiments based upon inelastic neutron scattering over a kinematic region paralleling the Brillouin scattering regime, was carried out in molten alkali metals and alloys and polyvalent liquid metals to understand the microscopic mechanisms responsible for the propagation of the vibrational collective excitations, which brings information on either the dielectric screening in the electron gas or the effective interatomic potential in the system. More recently, the interest in the study of vibrational dynamics of disordered systems at THz frequencies has evolved into the investigation of the excitation modes in complex and/or low-dimensional systems of potential interest in life science research, with a focus on the study of dynamic and networking properties of hydration water of proteins and water confined in living cells or inside polymeric membranes. Indeed, the peculiar properties of water interacting with macromolecules have a deep impact on the specific protein functionality and, generally speaking, on most of the biological activities in living organisms. These research activities have been carried out under international collaborations and have mostly made use of scattering techniques using both neutrons and x-rays available at the large scale facilities in Europe. A deep knowledge of the neutron scattering techniques, achieved also working at the TRIGA Reactor (ENEA-CRE Casaccia) in Rome at the beginning of her career, drove her to work on the design and development of neutron instrumentation, namely
9 spectrometer components such as monochromators, collimators and detectors, and neutron spectrometers that are now installed at the major European neutron sources neutron monochromator of The activity of instrument development has been carried out within international collaborations and has been supported by both national and European funding. In the nineties, the pioneering work on solid state detectors, based on Silicon diodes and microstrips coupled to a neutron converter to achieve high speed and high resolution performances, was carried out under one of the first European programmes to finance networks of excellence. The searching for novel neutron detector concepts has continued along the years and it is nowadays an important issue considering the recent 3 He, the typical filling gas of a neutron detector, shortage at global level. The results of her research have been presented in about 150 publications in international journals with peer review, several institutional reports and invited communications to international conferences. Acknowledgement of the scientific results achieved in the field is also witnessed by the invited contributions to the Scientific Highlights of the ILL-facility. Academic activities Since 1991, as a staff member of the University of Perugia and the Politecnico di Milano, she has been regularly teaching courses of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism to student classes of Engineering, Biotechnology and Earth Sciences, and courses of Spectroscopy, Solid State Physics and Many-body Physics to student classes of Physics. Her typical Professoral duty consisted in giving two courses per academic year, over the two semesters. She also has given lectures and advanced courses to PhD students and to students of specialized Schools, mostly on the use of neutron techniques. She has been the supervisor of many student theses, both graduate and PhD. She has been a member of the PhD School of Physics of both Perugia University and Politecnico di Milano. Most of the students who graduated or got a PhD under her supervision are now employed in European research institutions and Universities.
10 Publications 1. Calculated dispersion and lifetime of one-electron states in Copper C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 50, 521 (1984). 2. Electron-electron interaction and single particle properties in Copper. II Compton profile C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 15, 91 (1985). 3. Calculated spectral weight function in Aluminum C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Nuovo Cimento D 5, 14 (1985). 4. A simple model of local density approximation in non-conducting systems. Application to Argon and Silicon C. Petrillo, Nuovo Cimento D 6, 142 (1985). 5. Quasi-particle properties in Beryllium in the local density approximation C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 15, 2297 (1985). 6. Neutron scattering determination of the local magnetic form factors in equiatomic CoNi alloy C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 60, 981 (1986). 7. Spin density in Co 65Pd 35 alloy C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Nuovo Cimento D 7, 46 (1986). 8. The structure of liquid sulphuric acid C. Andreani, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Molecular Physics 58, 299 (1986). 9. Experimental structure factor of liquid mercury by neutron diffraction P. Bosi, C. Petrillo, Nuovo Cimento D 8, 285 (1986). 10. On the possibility of determining the dielectric function from neutron and x-ray scattering C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 16, L283 (1986). 11. PRISMA: A spectrometer for the measurement of coherent excitations on a pulsed spallation neutron source C. Andreani, C. J. Carlile, F. Cilloco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, G. C. Stirling, C. G. Windsor, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 254, 333 (1987). 12. Neutron scattering off electrons in simple metals: a band structure calculation for sodium J. A. Blackman, C. Petrillo, K. N. Trohidou, J. F. Cooke, S. W. Lovesey, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics 20, 3887 (1987). 13. On the calculation of the dynamic structure factor from band structure models: application to iron J. A. Blackman, K. N. Trohidou, C. Petrillo, J. F. Cooke, S. W. Lovesey, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics 20, 3897 (1987). 14. Neutron diffraction evidence for substrate-triggered intermolecular interactions in the ribosomal protein IF-2 S. Cannistraro, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, R. Calogero, C. O. Gualerzi, Chemical Physics Letters 139, 116 (1987). 15. Neutron and x-ray diffraction patterns of aqueous sulphuric acid solutions C. Andreani, C. Petrillo, Molecular Physics 62, 765 (1987). 16. Possibility of electron-neutron emission spectroscopy C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B36, 9793 (1987). 17. X-Ray diffraction structure of liquid hydrogen sulphide C. Andreani, C. Petrillo, D. Rocca, Europhysics Letters 5, 145 (1988). 18. Electron gas self-energy at metallic density C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B38, 3834 (1988). 19. Density of vibrational states in hydrogen bonded crystals. Potassium dihydrogen phosphate C. Andreani, P. Bisanti, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, B. C. Boland, Z. A. Bowden, A. D. Taylor, Molecular Physics 68, 681 (1989).
11 20. Hydration structure of ethanol water solution at low alcohol concentration C. Petrillo, G. Onori, F. Sacchetti, Molecular Physics 67, 697 (1989). 21. Spin density of ordered FeCo: a failure of the local spin density approximation E. Di Fabrizio, G. Mazzone, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B40, 9502 (1989). 22. Neutron excitation of bulk luminescence C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B40, (1989). 23. A possible mechanism for bulk cold fusion in transition metal hydrides C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Europhysics Letters 10, 15 (1989). 24. Neutron diffraction on the He-Xe mixture near the gas-gas demixing transition M. C. Bellissent-Funel, U. Buontempo, C. Petrillo, F. P. Ricci, Physical Review A40, 7346 (1989). 25. Form factor determination in amorphous ferromagnetic systems. Application to Fe 78B 13Si 9 C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 74, 543 (1990). 26. Iron magnetic moments and spin density asphericity in Fe 3(Al xsi 1-x) alloys L. Dobrzynski, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B42, 1142 (1990). 27. Analysis of neutron scattering data in the case of high-scattering cells C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Acta Crystallographica A46, 6, (1990). 28. Structure of liquid chlorine from neutron diffraction measurements M. C. Bellissent-Funel, U. Buontempo, C. Petrillo, F. P. Ricci, Molecular Physics 71, 253, (1990). 29. Orientational correlations in liquid CO: neutron diffraction measurements M. C. Bellissent-Funel, U. Buontempo, C. Petrillo, F. P. Ricci, Molecular Physics 71, 239, (1990). 30. Debye-Waller factor determination in Ga xal 1-xAs superlattice C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, E. Di Fabrizio, A. Cricenti, S. Selci, Solid State Communications 77, 83 (1991). 31. The development of the PRISMA spectrometer at ISIS U. Steigenberger, M. Hagen, R. Caciuffo, C. Petrillo, F. Cilloco, F. Sacchetti, Nuclear Instruments and Methods B 53, 87, (1991). 32. Evaluation of electron-phonon coupling of Al 0.27Ga 0.73As/GaAs quantum wells by normal incidence reflectance S. Selci, A. Cricenti, M. Righini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, F. Alexandre, G. Chiarotti, Solid State Communications 79, 561 (1991). 33. Structure factor measurements of liquid Cl 2 at high temperatures M. C. Bellissent-Funel, U. Buontempo, C. Petrillo, F. P. Ricci, Molecular Physics 74, 1209 (1991). 34. Spin density in MnNi 3.55 : a magnetic state of fcc manganese C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. Scafi, Physical Review B 44, 9418 (1991). 35. Orientational correlations in liquid chlorine M. C. Bellissent-Funel, U. Buontempo, C. Petrillo, F. P. Ricci, Physica B 174, 237 (1991). 36. Temperature dependence of lattice dynamics in lead F. Sacchetti, R. Caciuffo, C. Petrillo, U. Steigenberger, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 3, 8759 (1991). 37. Phonon softening in tantalum below 4.2 K F. Sacchetti, O. Moze, C. Petrillo, Solid State Communications 81, 195 (1992). 38. High resolution neutron powder diffraction studies of the low temperature crystal structure of molecular iodine (I2) R. M. Ibberson, O. Moze, C. Petrillo, Molecular Physics 76, 395 (1992). 39. Low energy modes in OH - doped KBr investigated by inelastic neutron scattering G. Chiarotti, C. Petrillo, A. Scacco, Physica B 180 & 181, 312 (1992).
12 40. Antiferromagnetic alignement of Mn in ferromagnetic MnNi 3.55 alloy: state of order dependence C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. Scafi, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials , 2015 (1992). 41. Analysis of neutron scattering data in the case of high-scattering cells. II Complex cylindrical cells C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Acta Crystallographica A 48, 508 (1992). 42. Neutron diffraction of liquid neon and xenon along the coexistence line M. C. Bellissent-Funel, U. Buontempo, A. Filabozzi, C. Petrillo, F. P. Ricci, Physical Review B 45, 4605 (1992). 43. Spin density and state of order in the alloy Ni 78Mn 22 G. Mazzone, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. Scafi, Physical Review B 46, (1992). 44. Optical-absorption studies of the excitonic linewidth in GaAs/Ga 0.73Al 0.27As multiple quantum-well structure S. Selci, A. Cricenti, M. Righini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, F. Alexandre, G. Chiarotti, Applied Surface Science B 56-58, 637 (1992). 45. High resolution neutron powder diffraction investigation of the low temperature crystal structure of molecular-iodine (I2) C. Petrillo, O. Moze, R. M. Ibberson, International Conference on Neutron Scattering (ICNS 91) Physica B 180, 312 (1992). 46. Relationship between structural properties and elastic anomalies in Ag/Ni superlattices G. Carlotti, A. Montone, C. Petrillo, M. Vittori Antisari, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 5, 4611 (1993). 47. High-temperature spin density of FeCo: effect of lattice vibrations on the electron distribution C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 133, 90 (1994). 48. Temperature dependence of spin reversal in ordered Ni 3Mn: evidence for anomalous behaviour G. Mazzone, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B49, 4307 (1994). 49. Temperature dependence of phonon intensities in tantalum below 4.2K F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, O. Moze, Physical Review B49, 8747 (1994). 50. Temperature dependence of spin density in FeCo alloy: magnetic response function C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 89, 471 (1994). 51. Structure factors in germanium at and MeV M. S. Dewey, E. G. Kessler, Jr., G. L. Greene, R. D. Deslattes, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, A. Freund, H. G. Borner, S. Robinson, P. Schillebeecks, Physical Review B50, 2800 (1994). 52. Spin-dependent correlations in electron liquids: feasibility of magnetic x-ray scattering experiments C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 91, 895 (1994). 53. Production of non-crystalline magnetite by the cavitation technique P. Diodati, L. Mirri, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 92, 433 (1994). 54. X-ray diffraction study of poly(3-n.decylpyrrole), polypyrrole and their monomers C. Petrillo, S. Borra, R. Cagnolati, G. Ruggeri, Journal of Chemical Physics 101, (1994). 55. Scattering of slow neutrons in nanocrystals C. Petrillo, in Fundamental Properties of Nanostructured Materials, pag. 75 (World Scientific, 1994). 56. Electron-electron correlations in diamond: an x-ray-scattering experiment C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B51, 4755 (1995). 57. Antiphase domain and magnetic interactions in partially ordered Ni 3Mn A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B52, 3049 (1995). 58. A double crystal analyser system for the PRISMA spectrometer C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, U. Steigenberger, M. Hagen, Journal of Neutron Research 3, 93 (1996).
13 59. Future opportunities and present possibilities for coherent inelastic single crystal measurements on pulsed neutron sources M. Hagen, U. Steigenberger, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Neutron Research 3, 69 (1996). 60. Medium and high energy x-ray instrument for sample characterization C. Petrillo, C. Rocchi, F. Sacchetti, Review of Scientific Instruments 67, 693 (1996). 61. Crystalline silicon diodes as neutron detectors: performances and perspectives C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, O. Toker, N. J. Rhodes, Journal Neutron Research 4, 65 (1996). 62. Solid state neutron detectors C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, O. Toker, N. J. Rhodes, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 378, 541 (1996). 63. Sonochemical production of a non-crystalline phase of palladium P. Diodati, G. Giannini, L. Mirri, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 4, 45 (1997). 64. A novel double-crystal analyser system for the PRISMA spectrometer at ISIS M. J. Bull, M. J. Harris, U. Steigenberger, M. Hagen, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physica B , 1061 (1997). 65. Spin density distribution in Ni 95Mn 5 A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Solid State Communications 103, 97 (1997). 66. Temperature dependence of spin density in Ni 3Al: comparison with pure Ni A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal de Physique I 7, 865 (1997). 67. Synchrotron radiation study of dynamic magnetic scattering in beryllium C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, E. Babucci, M. Colapietro, A. Pifferi, Europhysics Letters 42, 179 (1998). 68. Relevance of charge-density measurements for high-precision calculations C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, G. Mazzone, Acta Crystallographica A 54, 468 (1998). 69. Si(111)/Gd: a fast and high-resolution thermal neutron detector C. Petrillo, Il Nuovo Cimento 20, 931 (1998). Paper in honour of Prof. Gianfranco Chiarotti on the occasion of his 70th birthday. 70. Space resolution of a Si/Gd microstrip as linear position-sensitive detector for thermal neutrons C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, G. Maehlum, M. Mancinelli, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 424, 523 (1999). 71. X-ray measurement of the electron static structure factor in LiF G. Calzuola, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B59, (1999). 72. Forty years of polarized neutron scattering in ferromagnetic 3d metals and alloys C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Neutron News 11, No. 1, 35 (2000). 73. A coincidence experiment of two coherent beams of thermal neutrons M. Iannuzzi, V. Merlo, A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Foundations of Physics Letters 13, 1 (2000). 74. An inverse geometry neutron scattering spectrometer with graphite venetian blind crystal analyser and a para-hydrogen filter C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. Celli, M. Zoppi, C. A. Checchi, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 441, 494 (2000). 75. The double focussing monochromator of IN4C G. Cicognani, H. Mutka, D. Weddle, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, E. Babucci, Physica B 276, 85 (2000). 76. Experimental study of the spin density of metastable fcc ferromagnetic Fe-Cu alloys L.E. Bove, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, G. Mazzone, Physical Review B 61, 9457 (2000). 77. High resolution neutron scattering measurement of the dynamic structure factor of heavy water C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, B. Dorner, J.-B. Suck, Physical Review E62, 3611 (2000).
14 78. Neutron investigation of collective excitations in liquid K-Cs alloys: the role of the electron density L. E. Bove, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, B. Dorner, Physical Review Letters 85, 5352 (2000). 79. Neutron investigation of the ion dynamics in liquid mercury: evidence for collective excitations L. E. Bove, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, B. Dorner, F. Formisano, F. Barocchi, Physical Review Letters 87, , (2001). 80. Self and collective dynamics of liquid mercury L. E. Bove, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, B. Dorner, F. Formisano, M. Sampoli, F. Barocchi, Philosophical Magazine B 82, 365 (2002). 81. A honeycomb collimator for the neutron Brillouin scattering spectrometer BRISP C. Petrillo, E. Guarini, F. Formisano, F. Sacchetti, E. Babucci, C. Campeggi, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 489, 304 (2002). 82. Dynamic structure factor of liquid mercury L. E. Bove, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, B. Dorner, F. Formisano, M. Sampoli, F. Barocchi, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 307, 842 (2002). 83. Giant electron-driven anomaly in the ion dynamics of a saturated solution of lithium in deuterated ammonia F. Sacchetti, E. Guarini, C. Petrillo, L. E. Bove, B. Dorner, F. Demmel, F. Barocchi, Physical Review B 67, (2003). 84. Neutron and X-ray scattering study of fully deuterated poly(3-n.decylpyrrole) A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, G. Ruggeri, R. Cagnolati, Journal of Chemical Physics 118, 7690 (2003). 85. Fresnel Zone Plates for imaging and focusing of thermal and cold neutrons F. Sacchetti, M. Altissimo, C. Petrillo, E. Di Fabrizio, S. Colleoni, F. Ott, Neutron News, 14, 37 (2003). 86. Neutron scattering investigation of the low momentum collective ion dynamics in liquid potassium. L.E. Bove, B. Dorner, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, Physical Review B68, (2003). 87. Optimizing the Setup of the BRISP Spectrometer by Upgraded McStas Simulations G. Venturi, E. Guarini, F. Formisano, A. Orecchini, A. Cunsolo, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, F. Barocchi, Journal of Neutron Research, 11, 165 (2003). 88. Fresnel zone plates as neutron optical elements M. Altissimo, E. Di Fabrizio, F. Ott, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 529, 148 (2004). 89. Zone plate for thermal neutron focusing: design, fabrication and first experimental tests M. Altissimo, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, F. Ott, E. Di Fabrizio, MicroElectronic Engineering 73, 644 (2004). 90. Molecular dynamics simulations of liquid gallium at 320 and 970K L. E. Bove, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, F. Formisano, M. Sampoli, F. Barocchi, Philosophical Magazine 84, 1609 (2004). 91. Fresnel zone plates as neutron optical elements for neutron imaging F. Sacchetti, M. Altissimo, C. Petrillo, E. Di Fabrizio, S. Colleoni, F. Ott, Physica B 350, 447 (2004). 92. Dynamic structure factor of vitreous germania E. Fabiani, L.E. Bove, A. Fontana, O. Pilla, C. Petrillo, Physica B 350, 1099 (2004). 93. Progress on the construction of the thermal neutron scattering spectrometer BRISP F. Formisano, E. Guarini, A. Orecchini, A. Cunsolo, S. Jahn, G. Venturi, H. Mutka, F. D'Anca, T. Gahl, D. Aisa, E. Babucci, A. Laloni, F. Barocchi, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, Physica B 350, 795 (2004). 94. Brillouin neutron scattering in heavy water: Evidence for two-mode collective dynamics. F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, C. Petrillo, B. Dorner, Physical Review E69, (2004). 95. Vibrational dynamics of liquid gallium at 320K and 970K L. E. Bove, F. Formisano, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, A. Ivanov, B. Dorner, F. Barocchi, Physical Review B71, (2005). 96. The development of the BRISP spectrometer at the Institut Laue-Langevin D. Aisa, E. Babucci, F. Barocchi, A. Cunsolo, F. D'Anca, A. De Francesco, F. Formisano, T. Gahl, E. Guarini, S. Jahn, A. Laloni, H. Mutka, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, G. Venturi, Nuclear Instrument and Methods A 544, 620 (2005).
15 97. Brillouin neutron scattering of v-geo 2 L. E. Bove, E. Fabiani, A. Fontana, F. Paoletti, C. Petrillo, O. Pilla, I. C. V. Bento, Europhysics Letters 71, 563 (2005). 98. Self-dynamics of hydrogen gas as probed by means of inelastic neutron scattering Eleonora Guarini, Andrea Orecchini, Ferdinando Formisano, Franz Demmel, Caterina Petrillo, Francesco Sacchetti, Ubaldo Bafile, Fabrizio Barocchi, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 17, 1 (2005). 99. Magnetic states of iron in metastable fcc Fe-Cu alloys Orecchini, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, P. Postorino, A. Congeduti, F. Baudelet, Ch. Giorgetti, G. Mazzone, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 424, 27 (2006) Quasi-elastic neutron scattering investigation of the pressure dependence of molecular motions in liquid water A. Cunsolo, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, The Journal of Chemical Physics 124, 1 (2006) Pressure evolution of microscopic diffusion in liquid water A. Cunsolo, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo and F. Sacchetti, Journal of Neutron Research, 14, 309 (2006) Electron-electron correlations in fullerene C 60 probed by incoherent scattering of x rays C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, A. Orecchini, R. De Renzi, and M. Riccó, Physical Review B 74, (2006) The Brillouin spectrometer BRISP at the ILL D. Aisa, S. Aisa, E. Babucci, F. Barocchi, A. Cunsolo, F. D Anca, A. De Francesco, F. Formisano, T. Gahl, E. Guarini, S. Jahn, A. Laloni, H. Mutka, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, W.-C. Pilgrim, A. Piluso, F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, G. Venturi, Physica B , 1092 (2006) BRISP: A new thermal-neutron spectrometer for small-angle studies of disordered matter D. Aisa, S. Aisa, E. Babucci, F. Barocchi, A. Cunsolo, A. De Francesco, F. Formisano, T. Gahl, E. Guarini, A. Laloni, H. Mutka, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, W.-C. Pilgrim, A. Piluso, F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, G. Venturi, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 352, 5130 (2006) Role of charge doping and lattice distortions in codoped Mg 1-xAlLi xb 2 compounds M. Monni, C. Ferdeghini, and M. Putti, P. Manfrinetti and A. Palenzona, M. Affronte, P. Postorino, M. Lavagnini, A. Sacchetti, and D. Di Castro, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, and A. Orecchini, Physical Review B 73, (2006) Phonon-like dynamics in glasses: Coupling between damping and fragility Livia E. Bove, C. Petrillo, A. Fontana, A. Ivanov, C. Dreyfus, A.P. Sokolov, Physica B ,16 (2006) Development of Very High Rate and Resolution Neutron Detectors with Novel Readout and DAQ Hard- and Software in DETNI S. S. Alimov, A. Borga, A. Brogna, S. Buzzetti, F. Casinini, W. Dabrowski, T. Fiutowski, B. Gebauer,G. Kemmerling, M. Klein, B. Mindur, G. Modzel, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, C. J. Schmidt, H. K.Soltveit, K. S. Solvag, R. Szczygiel, C. Schulz, C. Thielmann, U. Trunk, P. Wiacek, and T. Wilpert, Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record, NSS 08 IEEE, pp (2008) Evidence for the coexistence of two density fluctuation modes in molten Li 30Bi 70 as probed by neutron scattering L. E. Bove, F. Formisano, E. Guarini, A. Ivanov, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Europhysics Letters 79, (2007) High frequency dynamics of liquid bismuth L. Sani, L. E. Bove, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of non-crystalline solids 353, 3139 (2007) On the anomalous behaviour of microscopic diffusion of liquid water A. Cunsolo, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 19, (2007) Role of charge doping and lattice distortions in codoped Mg 1-x(AlLi) xb 2 compounds M. Monni, M. Affronte, C. Bernini, D. Di Castro, C. Ferdeghini, M. Lavagnini, P. Manfrinetti, A. Orecchini, A. Palenzona, C. Petrillo, P. Postorino, A. Sacchetti, F. Sacchetti, M. Putti, Physica C, , 598 (2007) Coupled thermal fluctuations of proteins and protein hydration water on the picosecond timescale A. Paciaroni, A. Orecchini, E. Cornicchi, M. Marconi, C. Petrillo, M. Haertlein, M. Moulin, F. Sacchetti, Philosophical Magazine 88, 4071 (2008) Fingerprints of amorphous icelike behavior in the vibrational density of states of protein hydration water A. Paciaroni, A. Orecchini, E. Cornicchi, M. Marconi, C. Petrillo, M. Haertlein, M. Moulin, H. Schober, M. Tarek, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review Letters 101, (2008).
16 114. Ion density fluctuations in liquid metals: the strongly interacting ion-electron plasma L. E. Bove, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Condensed Matter Physics 11, 119 (2008) Damping of sound waves in the terahertz range and strength of the boson peak L. E. Bove, C. Petrillo, A. Fontana, A. P. Sokolov, Journal of Chemical Physics 128, (2008) Neutron diffraction from macroscopic objects and transverse coherence of the wavefunction: The Fresnel zone plates M. Altissimo, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, L. Sani, J. Stahn, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A 586, 68 (2008) BRISP, a new small-angle time-of-flight neutron spectrometer to study collective dynamics in disordered matter A. Orecchini, W. C. Pilgrim, C. Petrillo, J. B. Suck, F. Sacchetti, Condensed Matter Physics 11, 19 (2008) Brillouin spectroscopy of protein hydration water: new experimental potentialities opened up by the thermal neutron spectrometer BRISP A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, A. De Francesco, L. Sani, M. Marconi, A. Laloni, E. Guarini, F. Formisano, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Measurement Science and Technology 19, (2008) BRISP: The New Brillouin Spectrometer at ILL s High Flux Reactor A. De Francesco, A. Laloni, F. Formisano, A. Orecchini, S. Aisa, E. Guarini, C. Petrillo,, W. C. Pilgrim, J. B. Suck, L. Sani, D. Szubrin, G. Venturi, F. Sacchetti, Neutron News 19, 10 (2008) Correspondent s Report C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Neutron News 19, 8 (2008) Collective Dynamics of Protein Hydration Water by Brillouin Neutron Spectroscopy A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, A. De Francesco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of the American Chemical Society 131, 4664 (2009) Ergodicity breaking in strong and network-forming glassy systems S. Caponi, M. Zanatta, A. Fontana, L. E. Bove, L. Orsingher, F. Natali, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B 79, (2009) Structure and Acoustic Properties of Hydrated Nafion Membranes M. Plazanet, P. Bartolini, R. Torre, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113, (2009) Coupled relaxations at the protein-water interface in the picosecond time scale A. Paciaroni, E. Cornicchi, M. Marconi, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, M. Haertlein, M. Moulin, F. Sacchetti, Journal of the Royal Society Interface 6, S635 (2009) Investigation of Li-doped MgB 2 I. Pallecchi, P. Brotto, C. Ferdeghini, M. Putti, A. Palenzona, P. Manfrinetti, A. G. Lehmann, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. Affronte, G. Allodi, R. De Renzi, S. Serventi, A. Andreone, G. Lamura, D. Daghero, R. S. Gonnelli, M. Tortello, Superconductor Science & Technology 22, (2009) Coherent neutron scattering study of confined water in nafion F. Sacchetti, A. Orecchini, A. Cunsolo, F. Formisano, C. Petrillo, Physical Review B80, (2009) Interplay between Microscopic Diffusion and Local Structure of Liquid Water A. Cunsolo, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, et al., Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114, (2010) High-frequency dynamics of vitreous GeSe 2 L. Orsingher, G. Baldi, A. Fontana, et al., Physical Review B 82, (2010) Collective density fluctuations of DNA hydration water in the time-window below 1 ps Elena Cornicchi, Federico Sebastiani, Alessio De Francesco, Andrea Orecchini, Alessandro Paciaroni, Caterina Petrillo, Francesco Sacchetti, The Journal of Chemical Physics 135, (2011) Collective modes in a saturated lithium-ammonia solution as a probe of the response of the low-density homogeneous electron gas C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, E. Guarini, L. Bove, F. Demmel, Physical Review B 84, (2011).
17 131. Debye to non-debye scaling of the Boson peak dynamics: Critical behavior and local disorder in vitreous germania M. Zanatta, G. Baldi, S. Caponi, A. Fontana, C. Petrillo, F. Rossi, F. Sacchetti The Journal of Chemical Physics 135, (2011) ANTS: a simulation package for gas scintillation Anger-camera in thermal neutron imaging A. Morozov, I. Defendi, R. Engels, F.A.F. Fraga, M.M.F.R. Fraga, B. Guerard, M. Jurkovic, G. Kemmerling, G. Manzin, L.M.S. Margato, H. Niko, L. Pereira, C. Petrillo, F. Piscitelli, D. Raspino, N.J. Rhodes, F. Sacchetti, E.M. Schooneveld, P. Van Esch and K. Zeitelhack, 2001 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference, Book Series IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record (2011) Pressure induced magnetic phase separation in La 0.75Ca 0.25MnO 3 manganite M. Baldini, L. Capogna, M. Capone, E. Arcangeletti, C. Petrillo, I. Goncharenko, P. Postorino, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 24, (2012) Solid state detector for high spatial resolution coupled to a single event acquisition system for slow neutron detection F. Casinini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A , (2012) Vibrational Collective Dynamics of Dry Proteins in the Terahertz Region A. Paciaroni, A.Orecchini, M. Haertlein, M. Moulin, V. Conti Nibali, A. De Francesco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (12), (2012) Networking Properties of Cyclodextrin-Based Cross-Linked Polymers Probed by Inelastic Light-Scattering Experiments B. Rossi, S. Caponi, F. Castiglione, S. Corezzi, A. Fontana, M. Giarola, G. Mariotto, A. Mele, C. Petrillo, F. Trotta, G. Viliani, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (17), (2012) ANTS a simulation package for secondary scintillation Anger-camera type detector in thermal neutron imaging A. Morozov, I. Defendi, R. Engels, F.A.F. Fraga, M.M.F.R. Fraga, B. Guerard, M. Jurkovic, G. Kemmerling, G. Manzin, L.M.S. Margato, H. Niko, L. Pereira, C. Petrillo, A. Peyaud, F. Piscitelli, D. Raspino, N.J. Rhodes, F. Sacchetti, E.M. Schooneveld, P. Van Esch and K. Zeitelhack, Journal of Instrumentation 7, P08010 (2012) High-pressure phases of crystalline tellurium: A combined Raman and ab initio study C. Marini, D. Chermisi, M. Lavagnini, D. Di Castro, C. Petrillo, L. Degiorgi, S. Scandolo, P. Postorino, Physical Review B 86, (2012) Neutron scattering investigation of high-frequency dynamics in glassy glucose N. Violini, A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Physical Review B 85, (2012) Vibrational density of states measurements in disordered systems N. Violini, E. Cornicchi, A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics. Conference Series (2012) Water dynamics as affected by interaction with biomolecules and change of thermodynamic state: a neutron scattering study A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, F. Sebastiani, A. De Francesco, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter , (2012) Brillouin Neutron Spectroscopy as a Probe to Investigate Collective Density Fluctuations in Biomolecules Hydration Water D. Russo, A. Orecchini, A. De Francesco, F. Formisano, A. Laloni, C. Petrillo, and F. Sacchetti, Spectroscopy: An International Journal 27 (5-6) (2012) A comparison between acoustic compliance and self-particle susceptibility in associated liquids: The case of water and glycerol L. Comez, S. Corezzi, A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, C. Petrillo, S. C. Santucci, F. Sacchetti, D. Fioretto, Journal of Molecular Liquids (2012) Collective Dynamics of Intracellular Water in Living Cells A. Orecchini, F. Sebastiani, M. Jasnin, A. Paciaroni, A. De Francesco, C. Petrillo, M. Moulin, M. Haertlein, G. Zaccai, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physics. Conference Series (2012) Inelastic Neutron Scattering Investigation in Glassy SiSe2: Complex Dynamics at the Atomic Scale M. Zanatta, A. Fontana, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2013) Glassy Character of DNA Hydration Water A. Paciaroni, A. Orecchini, G. Goracci, E. Cornicchi, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Journal of Physical Chemistry. B (2013).
18 147. Adaptive algorithms of position and energy reconstruction in Anger-camera type detectors: experimental data processing in ANTS A. Morozov, I. Defendi, R. Engels, F. A. F. Fraga, M. M. F. R. Fraga, A. Gongadze, B. Guerard, M. Jurkovic, G. Kemmerling, G. Manzin, L. M. S. Margato, H. Niko, L. Pereira, C. Petrillo, A. Peyaud, F. Piscitelli, D. Raspino, N. J. Rhodes, F. Sacchetti, E. M. Schooneveld, V. Solovov, P. Van Esch and K. Zeitelhack, Journal of Instrumentation (2013) Vibrational excitations of proteins and their hydration water in the far-infrared range A. Paciaroni, V. Conti Nibali, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, M. Haertlein, M. Moulin, M. Tarek, G. D Angelo, F. Sacchetti, Chemical Physics (2013) Collective THz dynamics in living Escherichia coli cells F. Sebastiani, A. Orecchini, A. Paciaroni, M. Jasnin, G. Zaccai, M. Moulin, M. Haertlein, A. De Francesco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, Chemical Physics (2013) Water in a polymeric electrolyte membrane: Sorption/desorption and freezing phenomena M. Plazanet, F. Sacchetti, C. Petrillo, B. Deme, P. Bartolini, R. Torre, Journal of Membrane Science (2014).
19 Technical Reports 1. Accordo CNR-SRC per l'accesso italiano alla SNS C. Andreani, C. Petrillo e F. Sacchetti (1984), presentato al Comitato Fisica del CNR. 2. Project for the construction of the spectrometer PRISMA for the Spallation Neutron Source C. Andreani, F. Cilloco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti e C. G. Windsor, Rapporto Interno ISM, 1985/3. 3. Final mechanical specification of the spectrometer PRISMA for the Spallation Neutron Source C. Andreani, F. Cilloco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti e C. G. Windsor, Rapporto Interno ISM, 1985/4. 4. PRISMA: a spectrometer for the measurement of coherent excitations on a pulsed spallation neutron source C. Andreani, C.J. Carlile, F. Cilloco, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, G. C. Stirling e C. G. Windsor, Rapporto Interno RAL (1986). 5. Deformazione plastica di cristalli di germanio da impiegare come analizzatori nello spettrometro PRISMA per neutroni C. Petrillo e A. Freund, Rapporto Interno ISM, 1986/1. 6. Easily-handled techniques for polarising neutrons P. Bisanti, C. Petrillo e F. Sacchetti, Rapporto Interno ISM 1986/3, presentato al II Meeting Internazionale della Collaborazione ISIS, Rapallo, Novembre Polarisation analysis in crystal analyser spectrometers P. Bisanti, C. Petrillo e F. Sacchetti, Rapporto Interno ISM 1986/4, presentato al II Meeting Internazionale della Collaborazione ISIS, Rapallo, Novembre Plastic deformation and resulting reflectivity of germanium crystals to be employed as analysers for PRISMA spectrometer C. Petrillo e A. Freund, Rapporto Interno ISM 1987/1. 9. Small size collimators for thermal neutron scattering E. Di Fabrizio, C. Petrillo e F. Sacchetti, Rapporto Interno ISM 1987/ Competizione tra accoppiamento ferromagnetico e antiferromagnetico in leghe dei metalli 3d in fase gamma C. Petrillo, Notiziario Neutroni, Vol. 3, No. 1, pag. 16 (1993). 11. Double-Crystal Analyser System for the PRISMA Spectrometer: Test of a Prototype C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. Hagen e U. Steigenberger, Rapporto Interno RAL, RAL (1993). 12. Rivelatori a stato solido per neutroni C. Petrillo, Notiziario Neutroni, Vol. 4, No. 1, pag. 34 (1994). 13. Future Opportunities and Present Possibilities for Coherent Inelastic Single Crystal Measurements on Pulsed Neutron Sources M. Hagen, U. Steigenberger, C. Petrillo e F. Sacchetti, Rapporto Interno RAL, RAL (1995). 14. Crystalline Si diodes as neutron detectors: test measurements at the pulsed source ISIS C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, M. W. Johnson e N. J. Rhodes, Rapporto Interno RAL, RAL-TR (1997). 15. Optimisation of PRISMA at ISIS for cold neutron single crystal spectroscopy M. J. Bull, M. J. Harris, M. Hagen, U. Steigenberger, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, K. A. McEwen, Proc. ICANS-XIV (1998). 16. The silicon/gadolinium detector for thermal neutrons: current status and future perspectives C. Petrillo, Notiziario Neutroni e Luce di Sincrotrone, Vol. 4, No. 1, pag. 14 (1999). 17. High resolution Brillouin neutron scattering from heavy water C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, B. Dorner, J.-B. Suck, Scientific Highlights, ILL Neutron Report 99, 26 (2000). 18. The sound of water C. Petrillo, in "Exploring Matter with Neutrons" - Highlights in Research at the ILL - Edition 2000, page 12.
20 19. Collective excitations in liquid metal alloys K-Cs L. E. Bove, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, B. Dorner, Scientific Highlights, ILL Annual Report 2000, 40 (2001). 20. Big and Small INFM Initiatives for Neutrons during 2002 C. Petrillo, Notiziario Neutroni e Luce di Sincrotrone, Vol. 8, No. 2, pag. 43 (2003). 21. BRISP: monochromatic beam on the detector The BRISP Team, ILL-News, N. 42, pag. 6, Dicembre Small-angle spectroscopy at thermal energies: the BRISP project at ILL The BRISP Team, ILL-Annual Report BRISP - A New Thermal Neutron Brillouin Scattering Spectrometer at the Institut Laue-Langevin D. Aisa, E. Babucci, F. Barocchi, A. Cunsolo, F. D'Anca, A. De Francesco, F. Formisano, T. Gahl, E. Guarini, S. Jahn, A. Laloni, H. Mutka, W.-C. Pilgrim, A. Orecchini, C. Petrillo, F. Sacchetti, J.-B. Suck, G. Venturi, Notiziario Neutroni e Luce di Sincrotrone, Vol. 10, No. 1, pag. 18 (2005).
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