Associate Professors


Professore Associato SSD: ING-IND/22 Scienza e Tecnologia dei MaterialiStanza: E1 – 7
Telefono: (+39) 06 7259 4491 / 4483 Sito web: Materials and Devices for Energy
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Biographical Info

Elisabetta Di Bartolomeo is Associate Professor in Materials Science and Engineering (ING-IND/22). She received italian Laurea in Physics from University of Rome Sapienza and Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from University of Rome Tor Vergata. Her research is focused on: synthesis, design and characterization of functional ceramic materials for chemical sensors and solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) at high and intermediate temperatures. The research activities is documented by 98 articles in international journals indexed ISI and/or SCOPUS and about 200 contributions in congresses and national and international conferences. Her work has been cited 2,370 times and its index is 25. H [, May 30, 2019]. She was invited as speaker and as chairwoman in several international conferences. Since 2000, she is lecturer of the course in Materials Technology for Civil Engineering students and since 2015 of Chemistry for Energy for Chemistry and Engineering students at University of Rome Tor Vergata. Since 2001, Member of the Teaching Supervising Committee of the International Ph.D. Course in Materials for Environment and Energy, University of Rome Tor Vergata. She was scientific leader of several research projects: Italy-Japan joint Lab on Materials NanoArchitectonics for Sustainable Development (MANASD) funded by the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs (2010-13)Lanthanum Ferrites for New Energy Sources funded by INSTM-Regione Lombardia (2013-15), Intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells fed with biofuels (BIOITSOFC) funded by the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research (MIUR) (2013-16), Development of intermediate temperature planar SOFCs fed with fuels derived from biomass (biogas) (BioplanarSOFC) funded by CARITRO (2015-2017); Direct utilization of bio-fuels in solid oxide fuel cells for sustainable and decentralised production of electric power and heat (DIRECTBIOPOWER) funded by MIUR. (2017-2020).