5232 Villigen PSI
Ginevra is originally from Castel Gandolfo (Rome, Italy). She completed a bachelor’s degree in Physics (2019) and a master’s degree in Condensed Matter Physics (2021) at the University of Trieste.
Her master’s degree thesis was focused on the development and the characterization of a synchrotron-based spectral K-Edge Subtraction imaging setup based on bent Laue crystals. Her thesis work has been developed in the context of the KISS (K-Edge Imaging at Synchrotron Sources) project, supported by the INFN.
Ginevra joined the S-BaXIT European project as a PhD student in November 2021, supervised by Prof. Pierre Thibault. Her main interest is the development of a micro-CT setup for directional dark-field applications. Currently, she is working to develop a 3D directional X-ray dark-field method for speckle-based imaging, namely speckle-based tensor tomography, in collaboration with the TOMCAT group at PSI.