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Alessandra Sanson

Alessandra SansonAlessandra Sanson

Alessandra Sanson gained her master degree in Industrial Chemistry at University of Padua and her PhD in materials science at Cranfield University (UK) in 2003. She then joined the Institute of Science and technology for Ceramics (ISTEC) in 2004, where since 2008 she is the leader of the Group of Materials and Processing for Energetics in charge of regional, national and european projects related to the energy production and storage. Her main activities concern the synthesis and characterization of inorganic powders and their shaping processes specifically engineered for energy and environmental applications such as Solid Oxide Cell, solid state batteries and supercapacitors, solar conversion devices (photovoltaics and photoelectrochemical cells). She is co-authors of more than 70 international peer-reviewed papers, three book chapters and inventors of two patents. From 2011 to 2017 she was CNR representative in the Joint Program “Energy Storage” of EERA (European Energy Research Alliance). Since 2016 she is Italian Focal Point in Mission Innovation for the challenge “Conversion of sunlight to fuels and other forms of chemical energy storage”. She is ISTEC representative in the Emilia Romagna regional platform on energy and environment where she contributed to the definition of the Smart Specialization Strategy of the Region. Since 2018 she is member of the Coordination and “Innovation Research and Development” Groups in the Chemistry Observatory of the Ravenna Province for the re-qualification of the chemistry industrial hub. From 2016 to 2019 she was member of the board of professors of the PhD in Materials Science of the Parma University and now member of the board of professors of the PhD in Molecular Design of Padua University. From 2015 to 2018 she was appointed Coordinator of the CNR referees of the Panel “Fabrication and advanced transformations” in charge of review the projects of the Ministry of Economic Development in the frame of the Sustainable Development Funding scheme. From 2015 to 2017 she was coordinator of the group number two (Decarbonisation Technologies) of the table for the de-carbonisation of Italy, set by the vicepresident of the Board of Ministries of Italy. She is supervisor of MSc as well as PhD students of Parma, Bologna and Padua University. Since October 2008 she is professor of “Industrial Processes for Ceramics” at Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche (ISIA) of Faenza (Italy) and from 2015 member of the Board of Directors of the same Institution.

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