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Dr. Marisa Di Sabatino

Dr. Marisa Di Sabatino

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Associate Professor


Email: Marisa.di.sabatino@material.ntnu.no


Qualifications


2005 Ph.D., Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Physical Metallurgy, Norway

2002 M.Sc., Marche Polytechnic University, Materials Science, Italy


Publications (selected)

  1. P. L. Schaffer, R. H. Mathiesen, L. Arnberg, M. Di Sabatino, and A. Snigirev, In situ investigation of spinodal decomposition in hypermonotectic Al–Bi and Al–Bi–Zn alloys, New J. Physics 10 (2008) 053001.
  2. R. Kvande, G. Coletti, L. J. Geerligs, E. J. Øvrelid, M. Di Sabatino, and C. C. Swanson, Distribution of iron in multicrystalline silicon ingots, J. Appl. Physics, 104 (2008) 064905.
  3. M. Di Sabatino, Study on fluidity of aluminium foundry alloys, La Metalluriga Italiana, Ed. by AIM, March 2008.
  4. M. Di Sabatino, L. Arnberg, and D. Apelian, Progress in the understanding of fluidity of aluminium foundry alloys, Int. J. of Metalcasting, vol. 2 (2008) 17-27.
  5. D. Macdonald, F. Rougieux, A. Cuevas, B. Lim, J. Schmidt, M. Di Sabatino, L.J. Geerligs, J. of Appl. Physics, 105 (2009) 093704.
  6. S. Akhtar, L. Arnberg, M. Di Sabatino, D. Dispinar, M. Syvertsen, A comparative study of porosity and pore morphology in a directionally solidified A356 alloy, Int. J. of Cast Met. Res., vol.3 (2009) 39-52.
  7. M. Di Sabatino and L. Arnberg, Castability of aluminium alloys, Transaction of Indian Institute of Metals, 2009.
  8. M. Di Sabatino, M. Juel, L. Arnberg, G. Tranell, and M. Syvertsen, Control of grain size and -orientation in multi-crystalline silicon ingots, Transaction of Indian Institute of Metals, 2009.
  9. C. Modanese, M. Di Sabatino, L. Arnberg, A.K. Soiland, and K. Peter, Investigations of bulk properties of compensated SoG-si ingots, Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, 19 (2011) 45-53.
  10. C. Modanese, M. Di Sabatino, A.K. Soiland, and L. Arnberg, Relationship between net doping density and resistivity of compensated mc-Si ingots, Physica Status Solidi C, 8 (2011) 713-716.
  11. M. Di Sabatino, S. Binetti, J. Libal, M. Acciarri, H. Nordmark, and E. Øvrelid, Oxygen distrubution in a multicrystalline silicon ingot from upgraded metalurgical feedstock, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 95 (2011) 529-533.
  12. M. Di Sabatino, A.L. Dons, J. Hinrichs, and L. Arnberg, Determination of relative sensitivity factors for trace element analysis in PV-silicon by fast-flow glow discharge mass spectrometer, Spectrochimica Acta Part B, 66 (2011) 144-148
  13. S. Bernardis, B.K. Newman, M. Di Sabatino, S.C. Fakra, M.I. Bertoni, D.P. Fenning, R.B. Larsen, and T. Buonassisi, Synchrotron-based microprobe investigate of impurities in raw quartz- and carbon bearing feedstock materials for photovoltaic applications, Progress in Photovoltaics, April 2011.
  14. T. Ludwig, D. Dispinar, M. Di Sabatino, and L. Arnberg, Influence of oxide additions on the porosity development and mechanical properties of A356 aluminium alloy castings, Int. J. of Metalcasting, (March 2012).
  15. L. Arnberg, M. Di Sabatino, and E.J. Øvrelid, Solidification of silicon for electronic and solar applications, JOM 63, 10 (2011) 38-42.
  16. C. Modanese, M. Di Sabatino, AK Søiland, K. Peter, and L. Arnberg, Investigation of bulk and solar cell properties of ingots cast from compensated solar grade silicon, Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, 19 (2011) 45-53.
  17. E. Dal Martello, S. Bernardis, R.B. Larsen, G. Tranell, M. Di Sabatino, and L. Arnberg, Electric fragmentation as a novel refining route of hydrothermal quartz for SoG-Si, Powder Technology, 224 (2012) 209-216.
  18. C. Modanese, M. Di Sabatino, M. Syvertsen, and L. Arnberg, Bulk properties of multicrystalline silicon ingots for solar cells cast in silicon nitride crucibles, J. Crystal Growth, 354 (2012) 27-33.
  19. M. Di Sabatino, and G. Stokkan, Defect generation, advanced crystallization, and characterization methods for high-quality solar-cell silicon, Physica Status Solidi A, (2012) DOI: 10.1002/pssa.201200639.

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