PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXVII
email: david.albano@uniroma1.it
phone: 3462267978
building: CU014
room: C.I.4

supervisor: Iolanda Francolini, Antonella Piozzi

Research: Raw material recovery from photovoltaic panels at the end of life and environmental-economic evaluation

Albano David since November 2021 is a PhD student in Chemical Sciences (XXXVII cycle "PON grants") of the University of Rome La Sapienza. In January 2021 was awarded a scholarship at the Institute of Crystallography (IC) of the CNR - Monterotondo Secondary Office, Research Area of CNR RM1, within the F.A.C.I.L.E. (Lazio region) coordinated by Dr. Rea Giuseppina for the development of a sensitive and versatile electrochemical platform for advanced biosensory applications in the environmental and agri-food sectors. On 20/10/2020 obtained a master's degree in Industrial Chemistry, A.R.E.S. (Environment, Resources, Energy and Safety) working on computational 'Quality by Design' with mathematical models of amperometric biosensors based on nanomaterials, at the University of Rome La Sapienza in collaboration with Prof. Zaza Fabio of the E.N.E.A. and under the supervision of Prof. Favero Gabriele. In the same university, on 26/10/2017 obtained a three-year degree in Industrial Chemistry with a thesis on biosensors integrated with ceramic nanomaterials for the monitoring of analytes in a liquid matrix carried out at the E.N.E.A. under the supervision of Zaza Fabio and at the C.N.I.S. under the supervision of Prof. Pasquali Mauro and Dr. Scaramuzzo Francesca.

Research products

  • 11573/1566717 - 2021 - Electrochemical and morphological layer-by-layer characterization of electrode interfaces during a label-free impedimetric immunosensor build-up: The case of ochratoxin A (01a Articolo in rivista)

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