Giulia Franceschin

Post Doc

Contacts

giulia.franceschin@iit.it

About

Giulia joins the CCHT as post doc researcher in the Cultural Heritage (CH) Materials Characterization and Protection group. She is an expert of material chemistry and solid state physics, with a focus on the synthesis of nanomaterials and the study of complex and heterogeneous microstructures, such those found in CH materials.

After a master degree in Materials Engineering at the University of Padua (2014), she obtained a PhD degree at the University of Paris Diderot (France) in Surfaces, Interfaces and Functional Materials (2017), funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR). She worked in collaboration with the École Normale Supérieure of Paris – Saclay on the design and preparation of novel nanostructured composite materials to be applied as permanent magnets. After her PhD, she had been collaborating for 2 years with the European Research Platform on Ancient Material (IPANEMA) in SOLEIL synchrotron (Paris) as a post doc researcher. She focused on the study of archeological ceramics and corroded metals by mean of advanced and synchrotron-based techniques. In this period she worked in collaboration with the Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France (C2RMF) and the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource of the Stanford University (US), to implement the full field-XANES technique in the PUMA beamline in SOLEIL and obtain important information on the exceptional preservation of the archeological Mehrgarh amulet. Lecturer in Materials Characterization Techniques and Materials Properties Modification at the Institut Universitaire de Technologie of Paris University (2015-2017), she participated to national and international congresses on material science and publishes in peer-reviewed international journals in the field of material science and nanomaterials. In 2020 she obtained the grade of Associate Professor at the University of Paris, after the evaluation of the French Ministry of National Education.

IIT Publications

  • 2020
  • Franceschin G., Gaudisson T., Perez Quiros S., Yaacoub N., Grenèche J.-M., Menguy N., Mercone S., Mazaleyrat F., Ammar S.
    DOI

    Exchange-bias features in nanoceramics prepared by spark plasma sintering of exchange-biased nanopowders

    Journal of Materials Chemistry C, vol. 8, (no. 17), pp. 5941-5949
  • 2019
  • Flores-Martinez N., Franceschin G., Gaudisson T., Haj-Khlifa S., Gam Derouich S., Yaacoub N., Grenèche J.-M., Menguy N., Valenzuela R., Ammar S.
    DOI

    On the first evidence of exchange-bias feature in magnetically contrasted consolidates made from CoFe2O4-CoO core-shell nanoparticles

    Scientific Reports, vol. 9
  • Franceschin G., Gaudisson T., Menguy N., Valenzuela R., Mazaleyrat F., Ammar S.
    DOI

    On the limits of Reactive-Spark-Plasma Sintering to prepare magnetically enhanced nanostructured ceramics: the case of the CoFe2O4-NiO system

    Scientific Reports, vol. 9
  • 2018
  • Franceschin G., Gaudisson T., Menguy N., Dodrill B.C., Yaacoub N., Grenèche J.-M., Valenzuela R., Ammar S.
    DOI

    Exchange‐Biased Fe3−x O4‐CoO Granular Composites of Different Morphologies Prepared by Seed‐Mediated Growth in Polyol: From Core–Shell to Multicore Embedded Structures

    Particle and Particle Systems Characterization, vol. 35, (no. 8)
  • Flores-Martinez N., Franceschin G., Gaudisson T., Beaunier P., Yaacoub N., Grenèche J.-M., Valenzuela R., Ammar S.
    DOI

    Giant Exchange‐Bias in Polyol‐Made CoFe2O4‐CoO Core–Shell Like Nanoparticles

    Particle and Particle Systems Characterization, vol. 35, (no. 11)
  • Vázquez-Victorio G., Flores-Martínez N., Franceschin G., Nowak S., Ammar S., Valenzuela R.
    DOI

    Low-Temperature Short-Time SPS Processes to Produce Fine-Grained High-Coercivity Barium Hexaferrite Ceramics from Polyol Nanoparticles

    Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, vol. 31, pp. 347-351
  • 2017
  • Franceschin G.

    Magnetic Oxide-based Hetero-Nanostructured Ceramics: from Nanomaterial Engineering to Exchange-bias Coupling

    PhD Thesis
  • Franceschin G., Flores-Martinez N., Vázquez-Victorio G., Ammar S., Valenzuela R.
    DOI

    Sintering and Reactive Sintering by Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS)

    IntechOpen
  • 2016
  • Gaudisson T., Sayed-Hassan R., Yaacoub N., Franceschin G., Nowak S., Grenèche J.-M., Menguy N., Sainctavit Ph., Ammar S.
    DOI

    On the exact crystal structure of exchange-biased Fe3O4–CoO nanoaggregates produced by seed-mediated growth in polyol

    CrystEngComm, vol. 18, (no. 21), pp. 3799-3807