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Researcher at ENEA in synthesis and characterizations of organic and inorganic materials  and devices

ENEA - Nanomaterials and devices laboratory | Technologies and Material processing for the sustainability Division |Sustainable Territorial and Production Systems Department |SSPT-PROMAS-NANO]

Role in the project : OPV barrier layers and material and devices characterization

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Short Bio

Claudia Diletto  (PhD) graduated in Industrial Chemistry in December 20, 2006. She performed her thesis at ENEA-Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development- Portici Research Center, where she studied the influence of the deposition parameters on thin film zinc oxide properties obtained by MOCVD (Metalorganic Chemical Vapour Deposition). From 2007 to 2009 she carried out a research grant at ENEA in collaboration with Silvio Tronchetti Provera foundation and she performed activity on large area thin film technologies for silicon photovoltaic modules. From 2010 to 2011 she carried out a second research grant at ENEA and she performed the study and development of thin film semiconductor photovoltaic devices. She is Ph.D in Chemical Sciences; during the Ph.D course she studied nanostructured polymeric materials for morphology control on nanometer scale and nanotechnology applications. From 2014 to 2015 she carried out a research grant at ENEA and she performed the study and development of organic thin film transistors. Today she carry out a research grant  at ENEA on organic thin film transistors and photovoltaic devices.

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