Research: Novel ionic liquids, synthesized by aqueous procedures, for next-generation energy storage devices
Matteo Palluzzi was born in Tivoli on July 3rd, 1997. In 2019 he obtained the Bachelor Degree in Chemistry from Università degli Studi di Roma “Sapienza”. In 2021 he obtained the Master Degree in Chemistry (Inorganic and Physical chemistry curriculum) from the same university discussing an experimental thesis titled “Manganites as electropositive material for sodium-ion batteries”, carried out under the supervision of Prof. Sergio Brutti.
In January 2022 he starts the first year of his PhD course in Chemical Sciences (PON) under the supervision of Prof. Maria Assunta Navarra and Prof. Paola D’Angelo. His research activity focuses on aqueous synthesis of novel ionic liquids for next-generation green energy storage devices.
In 2019 he won a a collaboration grant of 150 hours working in the chemistry lab for the course of Physical Chemistry I.