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Daniele meggiolaro

Lead Researcher

RESEARCH ACTIVITY

His research interests lie on the computational modelling and design of advanced materials for clean energy production and storage, by applying state of the art ab-initio methods based on the Density Functional Theory (DFT) and Molecular Dynamics (MD). His present research activity is focused on i) Study of innovative materials for next generation photovoltaics (PV) with intriguing electronic and optical properties,  particularly metal halides perovskites (MHP); ii) Chemical processes at the interfaces of PV and electrochemical interest; iii) Defects chemistry and defects-related processes in semiconductors and the associated photo-physics; iv) Electron-phonon coupling and polarons phenomena in MHPs.

PROJECTS

- Idruri quali anodi ad alta capacità per batterie litio ione – FIRB project MIUR: RBFR10ZWMO; CUP: B81J11003320001. 8/3/2012 to 8/3/2017. Coordinators: Dr. Priscilla Reale (Uniroma1, PI), Dr. Sergio Brutti (ISC-CNR) – participant 2012 to 2015.
-Perovskite Thin-film Photovoltaics (PERTPV) - Project ID: 763977.  European Union's project within H2020-EU.3.3.2. - Low-cost, low-carbon energy supply programme (01/04/2018 to 31/03/2021). Coordinator: Prof. Henry Snaith, University of Oxford – Participant 2018 to 2019

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Computational Modelling of materials, DFT, Molecular dynamics, Materials for energy, Nanostructured materials, Chemical processes at interfaces.

SCIENTIFIC SKILLS

DFT, Molecular dynamics, Materials design, Modelling Defects and defects processes, Modelling of chemical processes at interfaces, Materials for energy

RESEARCH AREA

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