Daniela Cavalcoli
Daniela Cavalcoli
Physics and Astronomy Dept University of Bologna
Verified email at bo.infn.it
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Defect states in plastically deformed n-type silicon
D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, E Gombia
Physical Review B 56 (16), 10208, 1997
651997
Experimental evidence of dislocation related shallow states in p-type Si
A Castaldini, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, S Pizzini
Physical review letters 95 (7), 076401, 2005
522005
Indium segregation in AlInN/AlN/GaN heterostructures
A Minj, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini
Applied Physics Letters 97 (13), 132114, 2010
492010
Nanocrystalline silicon films as multifunctional material for optoelectronic and photovoltaic applications
S Pizzini, M Acciarri, S Binetti, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, D Chrastina, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: B 134 (2-3), 118-124, 2006
352006
Preparing the way for doping wurtzite silicon nanowires while retaining the phase
F Fabbri, E Rotunno, L Lazzarini, D Cavalcoli, A Castaldini, N Fukata, ...
Nano letters 13 (12), 5900-5906, 2013
322013
Role of surface trap states on two-dimensional electron gas density in InAlN/AlN/GaN heterostructures
S Pandey, D Cavalcoli, B Fraboni, A Cavallini, T Brazzini, F Calle
Applied Physics Letters 100 (15), 152116, 2012
302012
Surface photovoltage spectroscopy‐method and applications
D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini
physica status solidi c 7 (5), 1293-1300, 2010
302010
Band gap shift in heterostructures studied by surface photovoltage spectroscopy
D Cavalcoli, S Pandey, B Fraboni, A Cavallini
Applied Physics Letters 98 (14), 142111, 2011
262011
Two-dimensional electron gas properties by current-voltage analyses of Al0.86In0.14N/AlN/GaN heterostructures
S Pandey, B Fraboni, D Cavalcoli, A Minj, A Cavallini
Applied Physics Letters 99 (1), 012111, 2011
222011
Photocurrent and surface photovoltage spectroscopy investigations of CdTe-based compounds
A Cavallini, D Cavalcoli, A Castaldini, B Fraboni
2006 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record 54 (5), 1719–1722, 2007
212007
Scanning Kelvin probe and surface photovoltage analysis of multicrystalline silicon
A Castaldini, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, M Rossi
Materials Science and Engineering: B 91, 234-238, 2002
202002
The electrical conductivity of hydrogenated nanocrystalline silicon investigated at the nanoscale
D Cavalcoli, F Detto, M Rossi, A Tomasi, A Cavallini
Nanotechnology 21 (4), 045702, 2009
192009
Electrical activity of deep traps in high resistivity CdTe: Spectroscopic characterization
B Fraboni, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, P Fochuk
Journal of Applied Physics 105 (7), 073705, 2009
192009
Multicharacterization approach for studying InAl (Ga) N/Al (Ga) N/GaN heterostructures for high electron mobility transistors
G Naresh-Kumar, A Vilalta-Clemente, S Pandey, D Skuridina, ...
AIP Advances 4 (12), 127101, 2014
182014
Optoelectronic properties of nanoporous Ge layers investigated by surface photovoltage spectroscopy
D Cavalcoli, B Fraboni, G Impellizzeri, L Romano, E Scavetta, ...
Microporous and mesoporous materials 196, 175-178, 2014
172014
Surface photovoltage spectroscopy analyses of
D Cavalcoli, B Fraboni, A Cavallini
Journal of Applied Physics 103 (4), 043713, 2008
172008
Surface photovoltage analysis of crystalline silicon for photovoltaic applications
A Castaldini, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, M Rossi
Solar energy materials and solar cells 72 (1-4), 559-569, 2002
172002
Nanocrystal formation in silicon oxy-nitride films for photovoltaic applications: optical and electrical properties
M Perani, N Brinkmann, A Hammud, D Cavalcoli, B Terheiden
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (24), 13907-13914, 2015
162015
Degeneracy and instability of nanocontacts between conductive tips and hydrogenated nanocrystalline Si surfaces in conductive atomic force microscopy
D Cavalcoli, M Rossi, A Tomasi, A Cavallini
Nanotechnology 20 (4), 045702, 2008
162008
Surface analyses of polycrystalline and Cz–Si wafers
A Castaldini, D Cavalcoli, A Cavallini, M Rossi
Solar energy materials and solar cells 72 (1-4), 425-432, 2002
162002
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