His main research interests are in the field of new generation photovoltaics (Dye Sensitized Solar Cells, Organic Photovoltaics, and Perovskite Solar Cells), employing DFT, TDDFT, ab initio Car–Parrinello molecular dynamics and GW methods to predict and interpret the optical and electronic properties of materials and interfaces.
Edoardo Mosconi obtained his PhD degree in 2011 in theoretical chemistry from University of Perugia under the supervision of Prof. Antonio Sgamellotti and Prof. Filippo De Angelis, working on Computational Modeling of Hybrid/Organic Photovoltaics and Complex Reaction Mechanisms. From January 2012 to September 2017 he was a Post Doctoral Researcher at CNR Institute of Molecular Sciences and Technology (ISTM-CNR) in Perugia. Now He is CNR researcher at the Institute of Sciences and Chemical Technologies (CNR-SCITEC).
H2020: Efficient Structures and Processes for Reliable Perovskite Solar Modules – ESPRESSO
Coordinator: IMEC - Tom Aernouts
Role: Responsabile Unita’ di Ricerca
Titolo: Efficient Solar Cells based on Organic and hybrid Technology (ESCORT)
Coordinator: Dr. Filippo De Angelis (CNR-ISTM)
Title: Meso-superstructured Hybrid Solar Cells (MESO)
Coordinatoro: H. Snaith, University of Oxford
Title: Sustainable novel flexible organic watts efficiently reliable (SUNFLOWER)
Nominativo coordinatore del progetto Giovanni NISATO
Title: FP7-NMP-2009: Sensitizers Activated Nanostructured Solar Cells (SANS)
Coordinator: H. Snaith, University of Oxford
Title: IIT-SEED-2009: Highly efficient modeling of hybrid organic solar cells (HELYOS)
Coordinator: Filippo De Angelis, CNR-ISTM Perugia