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I was born in Broni on April 6th, 1974. After high school studies I enrolled at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Pavia where I graduated in Electronics in March 1999. After one year spent at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in Rome accomplishing my national service, I joined back University of Pavia for pursuing a Ph.D. in Electronics and Computer Sciences. I defended my thesis in 2003 and then joined the Department of Electronics at the University of Pavia as an assistant professor.
Latest research papers
Widely tunable optical parametric oscillator driven by a pulsed diode-pumped nonlinear-mirror mode-locked Nd:YAG laser, Jin Yu, Daniela Grando, Luca Tartara, Vittorio Degiorgio, Optics Communications (in press)
Picosecond synchronously pumped optical parametric oscillator delivering transform-limited pulses in the degeneracy region, Luca Tartara, Antonio Agnesi, Edoardo Cametti, Optics Communications (in press)
Generation of a blue dispersive wave by femtosecond solitons in microstructured optical fibers, Vittorio Degiorgio, Ilaria Cristiani, Luca Tartara, Laser Physics 15 (4), 2005
Enhancement of stability and efficiency of a nonlinear mirror mode-locked Nd:YVO4 oscillator by an active Q-switch, Prasanta Kumar Datta, Sourabh Mukhopadhyay, Susanta Kumar Das, Luca Tartara, Antonio Agnesi, Vittorio Degiorgio, Optics Express 12 (17), 2004
Dispersive wave generation by solitons in microstructured optical fibers, Ilaria Cristiani, Riccardo Tediosi, Luca Tartara, Vittorio Degiorgio, Optics Express 12 (1), 2004