The Omnics Research group is an interdisciplinary research group established in joint labs among the University of Salento, CNR and INFN. Headed by Prof. Giuseppe Maruccio, the group presently consists of a Full Professor, three RTD-A researchers at Department of Mathematics and Physics (Univ. of Salento), four postdoc/research fellows and six Ph.D. students with different backgrounds from physics to life sciences working in close collaboration to foster exploratory and seeding research in cross-disciplinary areas with applications spanning from -onics (electronics, spintronics and magnonics) to -omics technologies (genomics, proteomics and cellomics).
Omnics laboratories represent the Italian node of the European Infrastructure on Magnetism (funded within the call H2020-INFRADEV-2018-2020, Work programme topic: Development and long-term sustainability of new pan-European research infrastructures, project ISABEL, Grant No. 871106) and are part of the Italian Innovative Research Infrastructure on applied Superconductivity (IRIS, Prot. IR0000003 , funded on Avviso n. 3264 del 28/12/2021 “Rafforzamento e creazione di IR nell’ambito del Piano Nazionale di Ripresa e Resilienza (PNRR)).
Prof. Giuseppe Maruccio (Group Leader)
Former PhD students
Giuseppina Marzano (jointly with A. Ferramosca. M.E. Dell’Aquila, Okolab srl)
Angelo Milone (jointly with IBM-Research-Almaden and STMicroelectronics)
Ilaria Buja (jointly with A. Luvisi and Agritest)