Dr. Antonio Ruotolo joined Florida Polytechnic University as an associate professor
of physics in the Department of Natural Sciences in November 2019.
He received his Laurea summa cum laude in 2002 from the University of Naples (IT)
Federico II with a thesis on superconductivity, under the supervision of Prof. A.
Barone. In 2003 he joined the Department of Materials Science of the University of
Cambridge (UK), supported by a European exchange grant. He completed his doctorate
in 2006 in Naples with a thesis on spintronics, financed by the Fiat research center.
In 2007, he became a research associate of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University before
receiving a Marie Curie post-doctoral fellowship in the group of the future Nobel
Laureate Prof. Albert Fert in the CNRS/Thales joint laboratory in France. He joined
the City University of Hong Kong in October 2009 as an assistant professor. He was
promoted to associate professor with tenure in July 2015.
He has authored papers in top-tier journals, including Nature Physics, Nature Nanotechnology,
and Nature Scientific Reports. He is a Senior Member of The Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Distinguished Lecturer,Applications of Quantum Mechanics: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), National Chung Hsing University (Taiwan), 2017.
Patent,Thin-film device for detecting physical quantity, especially magnetic field, and detection
method corresponding thereto, Italy: ITTO20050758 (A1), Europe: EP 1780555 (A2), USA: S2007091510 (A1), Japan:
JP2007123839 (A), China: CN1955754 (A).
Patent,Nanostructure reluctance network and method of detecting magnetic field, Italy: ITTO20050759 (A1), Europe: EP1780554 (A2), USA: US2007090835 (A1) and US7352178
(B2), Japan: JP2007123838 (A), China: CN1955755 (A).
Patent,System with Magnetically Stable States and Method for Asserting Magnetically Stable
State, USA: US9,224,941; China: CN103069493 (A).
Patent,Position and magnetic field sensors, US patent (pending) No. 15/823142 (2018).
Ph.D. in Innovative Technologies for Materials, Sensing and Imaging, University of
Naples Federico II, 2006
M.S. in Bioelectronic Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, 2002
B.S. in Electronic Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, 2000
Senior Member, IEEE Magnetics Society (2016-current).
D. Li and A. Ruotolo,Photo-spin voltaic effect and photo-magnetoresistance in proximized platinum, App. Phys. Lett., vol.111182404 (2017),https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5002573.
A. Pruna, Q. Shao, M. Kamruzzaman, Y.Y. Li, J.A. Zapien, D. Pullini, D. Busquets Mataix,
A. Ruotolo,Effect of ZnO core electrodeposition conditions on electrochemical and photocatalytic
properties of polypyrrole-graphene oxide shelled nanoarrays, Appl. Surf. Sci.392, 801 (2017),https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2016.09.122.
X. L. Wang, Q. Shao, A. Zhuravlyova, M. He, Y. Yi, R. Lortz, J. N. Wang and A. Ruotolo,Giant negative magnetoresistance in Manganese-substituted Zinc Oxide, Sci. Rep.5, 9221 (2015),https://doi.org/10.1038/srep09221.
X. L. Wang, C. Y. Luan, Q. Shao, A. Pruna, C. W. Leung, R. Lortz, J. A. Zapien, and
A. Ruotolo,Effect of the magnetic order on the room-temperature band-gap of Mn-doped ZnO thin
films, Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 102112 (2013),https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4795797.
S. Petit-Watelot, J.-V. Kim, A. Ruotolo, R. M. Otxoa, K. Bouzehouane, J. Grollier,
A. Vansteenkiste, B. Van de Wiele, V. Cros and T. Devolder,Commensurability and chaos in magnetic vortex oscillations, Nat. Phys.8, 682 (2012),https://doi.org/10.1038/nphys2362.
A. Ruotolo, V. Cros, B. Georges, A. Dussaux, J. Grollier, C. Deranlot, R. Guillemet,
K. Bouzehouane, S. Fusil, and A. Fert,Phase locking of magnetic vortices mediated by antivortices, Nat. Nanotech.4, 528 (2009),https://doi.org/10.1038/nnano.2009.143.