Univesrity of Tor Vergata
Role in the project : Task NA2.4: Courses and workshops for training leader and Contact point and coordinator of UNITOV’s activities in VIPERLAB.
He was enrolled by the University of Rome Tor Vergata in 1996 as research assistant, promoted to Associate professor in 2001 and to Full professor in 2012. He was the coordinator of the PhD in Electronics Engineering from 2012 till 2019. He is Director of the Institute of Structure of the Matter of CNR. His research activity mainly concerns the design, fabrication and characterization of solution process solar cells and other optoelectronic devices. He is European Coordinator of the EU CITYSOLAR H2020 project, he was EU coordinator of OPTHER FP7 project and node coordinator of several H2020, FP7, FP6 EU Projects. From 2009 to 2015 he was CTO of Dyepower, a consortium for Industrialization of Dye Solar Cells for facade applications. He was/is involved in more than 6 EU + 4 National project related to perovskite solar cells. He authored / co-authored more than 500 publications, review articles, book chapters and 13 patents. h-factor = 62, Citations = 15799 (SCOPUS
 - Took place on Dec, 15th 2022
We present other two VIPERLAB Research Infrastructures. The first, CHOSE consists of two main infrastructures: the CHOSE@ROME, is located on the campus of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy), and focuses on technological manufacturing processes and device characterization. CHOSE@TURIN, is an infrastructure associated with the University of Turin (Italy) focused on the development of materials. The secon, AIT Viperlab Reseach infrastructures focusses on characterization and reliability tools for the accreditation tests of PV modules, and tools for PV deposition, characterization/reliability and development of thin film coatings.