Riccardo Gotti

Role: Assistant Professor

Riccardo Gotti received the degree in Engineering Physics in 2014 and the Ph.D. degree in Physics in 2018 from Politecnico of Milan. After a postdoc period he joined the Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering (University of Pavia) in 2021 as a Junior Assistant Professor. His research experience includes molecular spectroscopy with ultrafast frequency combs and highfinesse cavities, design and use of dedicated optoelectronic and sophisticated laser equipment. His present interests focus on ultrafast laser development and general sensing aspects. He is co-author of 32 publications including peer-reviewed international journals and contributions at national and international conferences. His teaching activity involves courses in classical mechanics for engineering students.

  • Ultrafast laser technology, mode-locked lasers and optical frequency combs;
  • Non-linear optics and applications to laser sources;
  • New non-linear laser materials;
  • Laser-induced molecular absorption spectroscopy.
  • S. Donati, R. Gotti et al. “Self-Mixing Displacement Measured by a Two-Color Laser in 66-nm Steps.IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement (2023).
  • S. Pizzurro, A. Esteban-Martin, R. Gotti et al. “Efficient Femtosecond Optical Parametric Generation in Group-Velocity-Matched MgO: PPLN at 10 MHz.Advanced Solid State Lasers. Optica Publishing Group, 2022.
  • S. Pizzurro, R. Gotti et al. “Femtosecond Mamyshev fiber oscillator started by a passively Q-switched microchip laser.Optics Letters 47.8 (2022): 1960-1963.

Riccardo Gotti is assistant lecturer for the following courses for the bachelor degree (in italian):

  • Fisica I (per Bioingegneria);
  • Fisica I (per Ingegneria Elettronica e Informatica)