Project

The project aimed to study the influence of parameters such as the thickness of the active material, the size of the electrodes, the material of the electrodes for the construction of diamond detectors for fast neutrons, in collaboration with Bicocca University and CNR-IFP.

This Integrated Research Program (IRP) has engaged all major European research institutes and other industrial actors in an integrated research structure to successfully achieve the general objectives.

Aim of the project was the realization of an Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometer dedicated to the study of the aging mechanisms of the latest generation solar cells, to enhance the previously existing research infrastructures at the X-ray Spectroscopy Laboratory , ISM-CNR.
 

The COST Action is aimed at creating an interdisciplinary scientific platform that provides added value to scientific research and the development of industrial applications in the field of organic-inorganic hybrid materials.

The CITYSOLAR breakthrough is based on a unique combination of innovative concepts that will take the efficiency and transparency of the integrated solar cell well beyond the state of art and allowing for a real exploitation of photovoltaic windows.

The project aims at studying and improving some classes of organic and metal-organic piezoelectric materials (in which a stress causes an electric field and vice versa), which recently come into the limelight due to their unexpectedly high electromechanical coupling constants.

The Best4U project is an industrial research project aimed at finding solutions to increase the efficiency of photovoltaic modules over 25%, and improve bifaciality, because this significantly reduces the BOS and the LCOE.

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EFOR II - Energy from renewable sources

The project aimed to understand, through the construction of ES systems with different configurations, if and under which conditions the coupling between hard and soft phases allows to improve the thermal stability compared to systems consisting of the hard phase only.

Use of laser techniques for the generation and characterization of nanostructured materials and formulation of operational protocols for the improvement.

The objectives  are the design and synthesis of new phosphonate-based organic-inorganic hybrids to be possibly used as innovative starting materials for the production of LiFePO4/C nanocomposites.

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