Experimental Physics Associate Professor at Materials Science Department of the University of Milan Bicocca. After his PhD in 2006, he worked at University College London and at the London Center for Nanotechnology (UK) and in 2010 at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
His research revolves around the physical processes of nanoparticles in organic and inorganic nanostructured material architectures and their impact on photonic devices (in the photovoltaic, lighting, sensor and biomedical sectors).
After studying Materials Science at the University of Milano-Bicocca, he obtained a PhD in Materials Science and Nanotechnology, developing an international profile, completing his studies at Imperial College London and participating as a speaker in various international congresses. He works on polymer nanocomposites for the development of photovoltaic windows
He obtained his PhD in physics at the University of Trento, with an interest in the study of optical structures integrated in silicon. In addition to his research activity, he has participated in various international congresses and events of both a scientific and popular nature. His activity focuses on optical-electrical conversion and device optimization.
Master in Communication at PNLMeta – Milan, has been operating since 2007 in the Renewables sector, vertically integrated into the BiPV.
Her activity consists in translating the designs of Architects and Artistic Directors into active shells and roofs, capable of generating electricity and achieving the goal of "zero impact buildings".
After graduating in Chemistry at the University of Messina, he obtained a doctorate in co-supervision at the Universities of Bologna and Bordeaux working on the development of luminescent colloidal nanocrystals for photoinduced applications. His activity is focused on the design and optimization of the production of inorganic semiconductor nanocrystals.
Graduated in Chemical Sciences at the University of Milan.
Within the Glass to Power team he holds the role of Junior Industrial Researcher. His activity is mainly centered on the synthesis of nanoparticles, thanks to the knowledge he acquired during his thesis activity and the experience developed in the industrial field.
Associate Professor of Matter Physics at the University of Milan Bicocca. His research activity is focused on the photophysics of organic and hybrid materials for photonic applications. His main research topics concern: cooperative effects in organic semiconductors, organolanthanide complexes, colloidal nanoparticles and photon managing processes. The most recent milestone concerns the conversion of solar radiation using multi-component plastic systems and the development of a new generation of luminescent solar concentrators.