Giuseppina Polino received her Bachelor’s degrees in Electronic Engineering at the University of Study of Salerno. She obtained the Master degree in Electronic Engineering at University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in 2011 after completing her thesis on "Deposition techniques for large area polymer solar cells" at Center for Hybrid and Organic Solar Energy (CHOSE, Electronic Engineering Department, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”). From November 2011 she was Ph.D. Student at CHOSE and in 2014 she spent a period as Visiting Scholar Researcher at Holst Centre (High Tech Campus Eindhoven,The Netherland) working on inkjet printing techniques for organic solar cells. In 2015 she received a Ph.D. in Telecommunications and Microelectronic Engineering cum laude discussing a thesis “Toward large scale and Roll-to-Roll fabrication of TCO-free organic solar cells” and she started her Post Doc at Department of Electronic Engineering (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”). In May 2016 she was Post Doc in Neuroscience and Brain Technologies Department at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). From September 2017 she joined “Tissue Electronics” Lab at CABHC-Naples (IIT) and her research activity is focused on the development of 3D organic flexible photovoltaic platform for stimulation of skin-like cells.
1) L. Salamandra, L. La Notte, L. Cinà, G. Paronesso, G. Polino, G. Susanna, A. Catini, C. Di Natale, E. Martinelli, A. Reale “On the role of PTB7-Th:PCBM blend concentration in ortho-xylene on polymer solar cells performance” Energy Technology L. Salamandra, L. La Notte, L. Cinà, G. Paronesso, G. Polino, G. Susanna, A. Catini, C. Di Natale, E. Martinelli, A. Reale “On the role of PTB7-Th:PCBM blend concentration in ortho-xylene on polymer solar cells performance” Energy Technology , 5, 1 – 8 , (2017)
2) G. Polino, R. Abbel, S.Shanmugam, Guy J.P. Bex, R. Hendriks, F.Brunetti, A. Di Carlo, R. Andriessen,Y. Galagan “A benchmark study of commercially available copper nanoparticle inks for application in organic electronic devices” Organic Electronics 34,130-138 (2016)
3) G. Polino, S. Shanmugam, G. J.P. Bex, R. Abbel, F. Brunetti, A. Di Carlo, R. Andriessen, Y. Galagan, “Photonic flash sintering of inkjet printed back electrodes for organic photovoltaic applications”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 8 (3), pp 2325–2335(2016)
4 ) G. Polino, S. Casaluci, M. Dianetti, S. Dell’Elce, A. Liscio, V. Mirruzzo, G. Cardone, G. Susanna, L. Salamandra, T. M. Brown, A. Reale, A.Di Carlo, F. Brunetti, ,” Investigation of Polyethylenimine-ethoxylated full-aqueous dispersible as electron injection layers for inverted bulk heterojunction solar cells”, Energy Technology 3,11 (2015)
5) M. Dianetti, F. Di Giacomo, G. Polino ,A. D’Epifanio , S. Licoccia , A. Reale ,T. M. Brown, F. Brunetti and A. Di Carlo, “TCO-free and flexible organo metal trihalide Perovskite planar-heterojunction solar cells”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells , 140, (2015)
6)L. La Notte†, G. Polino†, C. Ciceroni, F. Brunetti, T. M. Brown, A. Di Carlo. A. Reale, “Spray-Coated Polymer Solar Cells based on Low-Band-Gap Donors Processed with ortho-Xylene”, Energy Technology Volume 2, Issue 9-10, pages 786–791,(2014)
7)L. La Notte, D. Mineo, G. Polino, G. Susanna, F. Brunetti, T. M. Brown, A. Di Carlo A. Reale, "Fabrication of fully-spray processed organic photovoltaic modules by using an automated process in-air " , Energy Technology, 1,12 709 (2013)