Andrea Zanetta

Visiting Fellows

Visiting student

Current

Location:

Building 5, 3254-WS05

Biography

Italy born and raised, Andrea has carried out his studies at Politecnico di Milano, where he obtained his Master of Science degree in Materials Engineering and Nanotechnology in 2020. During this period, he spent 7 months in Seville (Spain) at CicCartuja institute with an Erasmus+ scholarship to work on his Master's Thesis in the group of prof. H.Miguez. The essay dealt with the implementation of a novel perovskite nanocrystal synthesis method based on mesoporous matrixes in LED devices.

In October 2020 he joined the PVsquared2 group at the University of Pavia, led by prof. Giulia Grancini, to start his PhD journey in the field of perovskite photovoltaics. His main interests are verted on the development and implementation of low dimensional perovskites for stable and innovative photovoltaic devices. 

Research Interests

Single junction perovskite solar cells, low-dimensional perovskites, interfaces tailoring

 

Selected Publications

  • A.Zanetta, Z.Andaji‐Garmaroudi, V.Pirota, G.Pica, F.U.Kosasih, L.Gouda, K.Frohna, C.Ducati, F.Doria, S.D.Stranks, G.Grancini, Manipulating color emission in 2D hybrid perovskites by fine tuning halide segregation: a transparent green emitter, Advanced Materials 34 (1), 2105942.
  • N.N.Udalova, S.A.Fateev, E.M.Nemygina, A.Zanetta, G.Grancini, E.A.Goodilin, A.B.Tarasov, Nonmonotonic Photostability of BA2MAn-1PbnI3n+1 Homologous Layered Perovskites, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 14 (1), 961-970.

Education

  • Oct.2020 – currently: PhD student @Università Degli Studi di Pavia – PVsquared2 group. Project: “Design and fabrication of 2D perovskites for stable solar cells”
  • Sept.2017 – Apr.2020: Master of Science: Materials Engineering and Nanotechnology @Politecnico di Milano. Thesis: “Perovskite Nanocrystals Embedded in Insulating Scaffold for New Light Emitting Diodes Technologies”
  • Sept.2014 – Sept.2017: Bachelor of Science: Ingegneria dei Materiali e delle Nanotecnologie @Politecnico di Milano. Thesis: “Earth Based Materials for Environmentally Sustainable Buildings: New Stabilization Methods”.

Non-KAUST Affiliations

Università degli Studi di Pavia

Research Interests Keywords

Single junction perovskite solar cells low-dimensional perovskites interfaces tailoring