Alessandro Romeo has been dealing with thin film semiconductors for more than 20 years, in particular, but not limited to, applied to photovoltaics.
After 7 years of research abroad at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, he developed a laboratory (LAPS) for the deposition and growth of polycrystalline thin films at the University of Verona.
I have graduated in Physics at the University of Parma (Italy) in 1995, got my PhD in Natural Sciences (Naturwissenschaften) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in Zurich (Switzerland) in 2002.
I moved back to Italy in 2004 where I established from scratch a thin film laboratory with different equipments for grow and characterization of thin film materials and devices.
Now I am physics associate professor at the University of Verona with habilitation for full professorship in experimental physics.
I have more than 150 papers and conference proceedings, 5 patents, 5 chapter books. I have been in the Scientific Committee of the European Photovoltaic Conference and of the Thin Film Chalcogenide Symposium at the European Materials Research Society Spring Meeting.