Head of ENEA Innovative Device Laboratory - Photovoltaics and Smart Devices Division
ENEA Energy Technologies and Renewable Sources Department
Role in the project : Contact person for the ENEA Psk-Si Tadem infrastructure
Senior researcher in ENEA since 1997. Her main professional interest is in the development of silicon-based, perovskite, and perovskite/silicon tandem solar cells. She leads the research team involved in the development of materials and technological processes for the realization of photovoltaic devices, sensors and innovative energy components. She is the coordinator of the national project “Fotovoltaico ad alta efficienza” funded by Ecological Transition Ministry that involves several universities with 11 different departments. She is author/co-author and reviewer of scientific papers/chapters of books. Associate Editor of Solar Energy – Elsevier and Member of the Scientific Committee of EUPVSEC since 2009.
 - Took place on Jun, 29th 2022
Metal-halide perovskites made a breakthrough in photovoltaic and light-emitting technologies in the last ten years. Dr. Annalisa Bruno's talk will show why thermal evaporation is a promising perovskite fabrication technique to bring this technology closer to production, by relying on excellent size scalability, promising stability, fine composition control, and surface adaptability. Perovskite fabricated by co-evaporation show remarkable structural robustness and impressive thermal stability. Dr. Bruno will present the results achieved by her team on semi-transparent PSCs and mini modules with a wide range of colors. Lastly she will further discuss how these results represent a significant step toward the commercialization of the perovskite technology