Elisa Barisone is an Italian national, born in Asti - spumante, palio,
After graduating in Physics in Alessandria, she first worked in the field of nuclear medicine in Turin (Mauriziano “Umberto I” Hospital) and than joint the CERN for two years as a stipend of the "Association for the development of Piemonte". During her work at CERN she was mainly interested in mechanical properties of newly developed materials used in the Large Hadron Collider. She employed a large variety of techniques, ranging from optical microscope to tensile testing at liquid helium temperature.
She joins Gladnet as Early Stage Researcher at EMPA in Thun (Switzerland) for working on her PhD subject: Pulsed RF GD analysis of non-conductive thin films and she also has enrolled as a post-graduate student at the Université Paul Sabatier, in Toulouse France. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking Italian food and having “Fiestas” with nice and funny people listening jazz and blues music.
Elisa contributed to The Spectroscopy Net with some comments on Einstein coefficients.