Roberto OSELLAME

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Roberto Osellame received the Laurea Degree (cum laude) in Electronic Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano (Italy) in 1996 and the Ph.D. degree in Physics from the Politecnico di Torino (Italy) in 2000. Since 2001 he is a Staff Researcher at the Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies (IFN) of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), where he became Senior Researcher in 2007 and Director of Research in 2019. From 2001 to 2022 he has also been a Contract Professor at the Politecnico di Milano, where he started the course on ‘Quantum Optics and Information’.  Dr. Osellame has been one of the pioneers in femtosecond laser micromachining of transparent materials. His research activity is dedicated to very diverse topics, encompassing the development of photonic circuits for quantum information, the fabrication by two photon polymerization of micro/nano-structures of arbitrary geometry, and the development of lab-on-a-chip and optofluidic devices. He is author of more than 200 publications on major international journals and holds 15 patents in the field of optics and photonics technologies. He has been awarded the ‘Ricerca.tissimi’ prize of Regione Lombardia as one of the 20 best researchers in the ‘life sciences’ field. He has been awarded the CNR prize in 2009 for ‘results of particular excellence and strategic national and international relevance’.  He is co-Chair of the Photonics West Conference Frontiers in Ultrafast Optics: Biomedical, Scientific, and Industrial Applications. He has been involved in several European projects and coordinated the FP7-microFLUID project. In 2016 he was awarded an ERC Advanced Grant (CAPABLE). He is a Fellow of Optica (formerly the Optical Society of America).

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Recent publications

  1. M Pont, R Albiero, SE Thomas, N Spagnolo, F Ceccarelli, G Corrielli, A Brieussel, N Somaschi, H Huet, A Harouri, A Lemaître, I Sagnes, N Belabas, F Sciarrino, R Osellame, P Senellart, A Crespi, “Quantifying n-Photon Indistinguishability with a Cyclic Integrated Interferometer,” Physical Review X 12, 031033 (2022)
  2. JV Rakonjac, G Corrielli, D Lago-Rivera, A Seri, M Mazzera, S Grandi, R Osellame, H de Riedmatten, “Storage and analysis of light-matter entanglement in a fiber-integrated system,” Science Advances 8, eabn3919 (2022)
  3. S Piacentini, F Bragheri, G Corrielli, R Martínez Vázquez, P Paiè, R Osellame, “Advanced photonic and optofluidic devices fabricated in glass via femtosecond laser micromachining,” Optical Materials Express 12 (10), 3930-3945 (2022)
  4. M Calvarese, P Paiè, A Candeo, G Calisesi, F Ceccarelli, G Valentini, R Osellame, H Gong, M Neil, F Bragheri, A Bassi, “Integrated optical device for Structured Illumination Microscopy,” Optics Express 30 (17), 30246-30259 (2022)
  5. F Sala, C Ficorella, R Osellame, JA Käs, R Martínez Vázquez, “Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip for Studies of Cell Migration under Spatial Confinement,” Biosensors 12 (8), 604 (2022)
  6. R Albiero, C Pentangelo, M Gardina, S Atzeni, F Ceccarelli, R Osellame, “Toward Higher Integration Density in Femtosecond-Laser-Written Programmable Photonic Circuits,” Micromachines 13 (7), 1145 (2022)
  7. VG Lucivero, A Zanoni, G Corrielli, R Osellame, MW Mitchell, “Laser-written vapor cells for chip-scale atomic sensing and spectroscopy,” Optics Express 30 (15), 27149-27163 (2022)
  8. F Hoch, S Piacentini, T Giordani, Z-N Tian, M Iuliano, C Esposito, A Camillini, G Carvacho, F Ceccarelli, N Spagnolo, A Crespi, F Sciarrino, R Osellame, “Reconfigurable continuously-coupled 3D photonic circuit for Boson Sampling experiments,” npj Quantum Information 8 (1), 1-7 (2022)
  9. M Spagnolo, J Morris, S Piacentini, M Antesberger, F Massa, A Crespi, F Ceccarelli, R Osellame, P Walther, “Experimental photonic quantum memristor,” Nature Photonics 16 (4), 318-323 (2022) – Journal Front Cover
  10. C Conci, E Jacchetti, L Sironi, L Gentili, G Cerullo, R Osellame, G Chirico, MT Raimondi, “A Miniaturized Imaging Window to Quantify Intravital Tissue Regeneration within a 3D Microscaffold in Longitudinal Studies,” Advanced Optical Materials 10 (7), 2101103 (2022)
  11. R Martínez Vázquez, AG Ciriolo, G Crippa, V Tosa, F Sala, M Devetta, C Vozzi, S Stagira, R Osellame, “Femtosecond laser micromachining of integrated glass devices for high‐order harmonic generation,” International Journal of Applied Glass Science 13 (2), 162-170 (2022)
  12. SE D’Aurelio, M Valeri, E Polino, V Cimini, I Gianani, M Barbieri, G Corrielli, A Crespi, R Osellame, F Sciarrino, N Spagnolo, “Experimental investigation of Bayesian bounds in multiparameter estimation,” Quantum Science and Technology 7 (2), 025011 (2022)
  13. V Zega, L Pertoldi, T Zandrini, R Osellame, C Comi, A Corigliano, “Microstructured Phononic Crystal Isolates from Ultrasonic Mechanical Vibrations,” Applied Sciences 12 (5), 2499 (2022)
  14. AG Ciriolo, R Martínez Vázquez, G Crippa, M Devetta, A Frezzotti, D Comelli, G Valentini, R Osellame, C Vozzi, S Stagira, “Time-resolved imaging of femtosecond laser-induced plasma expansion in a nitrogen microjet,” Applied Sciences 12 (4), 1978 (2022)
  15. R Memeo, M Bertaso, R Osellame, F Bragheri, A Crespi, “Laser-Assisted Etching of EagleXG Glass by Irradiation at Low Pulse-Repetition Rate,” Applied Sciences 12 (3), 948 (2022)
  16. M Calvarese, P Paiè, F Ceccarelli, F Sala, A Bassi, R Osellame, F Bragheri, “Strategies for improved temporal response of glass-based optical switches,” Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-9 (2022)
  17. A Ahmad, F Sala, P Paiè, A Candeo, S D’Annunzio, A Zippo, C Frindel, R Osellame, F Bragheri, A Bassi, D Rousseau,”On the robustness of machine learning algorithms toward microfluidic distortions for cell classification via on-chip fluorescence microscopy,” Lab Chip 22, 3453-3463 (2022)
  18. CA Musi, L Colnaghi, A Giani, EC Priori, G Marchini, M Tironi, C Conci, G Cerullo, R Osellame, MT Raimondi, A Remuzzi, T Borsello, “Effect of 3D Synthetic Microscaffold Nichoid on the Morphology of Cultured Hippocampal Neurons and Astrocytes,” Cells 11 (13), 2008 (2022)
  19. G Corrielli, A Crespi, R Osellame, “Femtosecond laser micromachining for integrated quantum photonics,” Nanophotonics 10 (15), 3789-3812 (2021)

Research Activity

Direct laser writing

Integrated quantum photonics

Optofluidics and lab-on-chip

Research Unit

Milano

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IFN-CNR

Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32

20133 Milano, Italy

+39 02 2399 6075

roberto.osellame@cnr.it