Federico is a senior scientist at H2GO Power Ltd. and a visiting researcher in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London. His research involve the use of solid and liquid materials to store hydrogen in a safer, denser and cheaper way when compared to conventional hydrogen storage technologies.
Before joining H2GO Power Ltd. Federico was a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Materials at ICL, investigating first on 2D materials and then on solid state lithium- and sodium-metal batteries.
Prior to join the Department of Materials, Federico completed a Master in Chemistry with honours from the University of Bologna in 2009 and was awarded a PhD in Chemistry in Imperial College London with a thesis entitled “Metal Oxide Semiconductors Employed as Photocatalysts during Water Splitting” (2014). During his PhD he employed a wide range of spectroscopic techniques such as Transient Absorption Spectroscopy and Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy to investigate the dynamics and the intermediates of reaction involved during photoelectrochemical solar fuels production.
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