Researcher in ENEA in Organic Electronic devices and Materials characterization
Nanomaterials and devices laboratory | Technologies and Material processing for the sustainability Division |Sustainable Territorial and Production Systems Department |ENEA SSPT-PROMAS-NAN
Role in the project : Inkjet printing and realization and optimization of polymer microlenses
Fausta Loffredo graduated with honors in chemistry at University of Salerno (Italy) in 1998 and received her PhD in chemistry from the same university in February 2002. In October 2001 she won a scholarship in field of macromolecular chemistry and in May 2002 she began her activities at ENEA Research Center in the area of polymeric sensors based on polymeric nanocomposite. She has joined in ENEA since 2004 as researcher. Her research is focused on development, characterization and deposition by inkjet printing of functional inks in order to manufacture optical structures (microlens arrays), single electronic devices (OPVs, sensors, resistors, capacitors, OTFTs, phototransistor) and elementary circuits (inverters e ring oscillators). She is involved in several Italian and European projects about organic electronics.