He is Associate Professor of Physics of Matter at the University of Milano-Bicocca. His research activity is focused on the photophysics of organic and hybrid materials for photonic applications. Main research topics deals with: cooperative effects in organic semiconductors, photophysics of conjugated oligomers, host-guest compound, organolanthanides complexes, colloidal nanoparticles and photon managing processes. The main recent achievements concern the up-conversion of the solar radiation by using properly designed plastic multicomponent systems, and the development of a new generation of luminescent solar concentrators for building integrated photovoltaic systems.
Associate Professor in Experimental Physics at the Department of Materials Science of the University of Milano Bicocca in Italy. After his PhD in Materials Science, he moved to University College London and London Centre for Nanotechnology (UK) and in 2010 to the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where in 2011 he was awarded with the Los Alamos Director’s Fellowship. His research revolves around physical processes confined at the nanoscale in relation to the composition and nanoarchitecture of organic and inorganic nanostructured materials and their impact on photonic devices (photovoltaic, lighting, sensors, biomedical).
Founding shareholder of Glass to Power and Senior Partner of Management. For at least 10 years he has been involved in research projects in the European area and technology transfer. He has worked in various national and international ICT companies.
He has more than 30 years of experience in managing complex international projects and commercial management.
Master in Communication at PNLMeta – Milan, since 2007 she has been working in BiPV oriented renewables.
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 energy buildings”.
He is currently working on polymeric nanocomposites for the development of photovoltaic windows. After his studies in Materials Science at the University of Milano Bicocca, he got a PhD in Science and Nanotechnology of Materials. He developed an international profile, completing his studies at the Imperial College of London and presenting his work with oral contributions in several international conferences.
Graduated in Materials Science at the University of Milan-Bicocca, she deals with the optimization of the synthesis of nanoparticles. Thanks to her thesis activity, she acquired the skills and knowledge necessary to develop and optimize colloidal syntheses of metallic nanoclusters and semiconductor nanocrystals.
After graduating, he got a PhD in physics from the University of Trento, focusing on the study of integrated silicon optical structures. He adds to his research activity the participation in various international congresses and the organization of scientific and popular events. His activities mainly concern the optical-electrical conversion and the optimization of the device.
After the studies at Bocconi University in Milan, she worked at Edison Spa as part of a dynamic team in the Economic Studies Department. She is currently in charge of the company’s media and social channels and manages the newsletter E2BNews and the commercial and promotional relationships.
Graduated in Chemical Sciences at the University of Milan.
His activity is centered on the synthesis of nanoparticles, thanks to the knowledge acquired during the thesis activity and to the experience developed in the industrial field.
Marcello La Rosa
After graduating in Chemistry at the University of Messina, he obtained a PhD in co-tutorship at the Universities of Bologna and Bordeaux working on the development of luminescent colloidal nanocrystals for photoinduced applications. He has participated as a speaker at various international congresses. Its activity is focused on the design and optimization of the production of inorganic semiconductor nanocrystals.
Graduated from the Michelangelo Buonaroti Technological Institute of Trento in chemistry of materials and biotechnologies. She is laboratory technician. Her main activities are related to the synthesis and production of nanoparticles.