CHOSEPOSTDOCJessica Barichello

Jessica Barichello


Jessica Barichello

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

c/o Casale 11
University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Viale Pietro Gismondi s.n.c. - 00133 Rome - Italy

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Jessica Barichello is a post-doctoral researcher at CHOSE (Centre for Hybrid and Organic Solar Energy, Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Rome ‘‘Tor Vergata’’). In 2019, Jessica obtained a PhD in Environmental Science, title of the thesis ‘From Dye Sensitized to Perovskite Solar Cells: processes and materials for the forthcoming era of Photovoltaic Technology’ at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy. She had experiences in DSSC and Perovskite Solar Cells fields. At the moment, she is working as a post doc in the European project City Solar on semi-transparent perovskite solar cells.

Research Activity

Jessica Barichello's research activity concerns the development and characterization of perovskite solar cell for BIPV applications (UE –HORIZON 2020 – CitySolar). Her research focus on the scaling-up of a low temperature manufacturing process developing semi-transparent perovskite solar devices. Mainly, she is working on bromine and chlorine based perovskites using the blade coating deposition technique.


L. Borella, L. Vesce, P. Mariani, J. Barichello, A. Di Carlo, N. Trivellin, E. Sforza. Spectral Changes by Dye Sensitized Solar Modules Influence the Pigment Composition and Productivity of Arthrospira maxima and Increase the Overall Energy Efficiency. Adv. Sustainable Syst. 2022, 2100346. DOI: 10.1002/adsu.202100346

J. Barichello, P. Mariani, F. Matteocci, L. Vesce, A. Reale, A. Di Carlo, M. Lanza, G. Di Marco, S. Polizzi, G. Calogero. The Golden Fig: A Plasmonic Effect Study of Organic-Based Solar Cells. Nanomaterials 2022, 12, 267. DOI: 10.3390/nano12020267

J. Barichello, L. Vesce, P. Mariani, E. Leonardi, R. Braglia, A. Di Carlo, A. Canini, A. Reale. Stable Semi-Transparent Dye-Sensitized Solar Modules and Panels for Greenhouse Application. Energies 2021, 14, 6393.

E. Calabrò, F. Matteocci, B. Paci, L. Cina, L. Vesce, J. Barichello, A. Generosi, A. Reale, A. Di Carlo. Easy strategy to enhance thermal stability of planar PSCs by perovskite defect passivation and low-temperature carbon-based electrode. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2020, 12, 29, 32536–32547

J. Barichello, L. Vesce, F. Matteocci, E. Lamanna, A. Di Carlo. The effect of water in Carbon-Perovskite Solar Cells with optimized alumina spacer. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 197, (2019), 76–83

Calogero, G.; Barichello, J.; Citro, I.; Mariani, P.; Vesce, L.; Bartolotta, A.; di Carlo, A.; di Marco, G. Photoelectrochemical and spectrophotometric studies on dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs) and stable modules (DSCMs) based on natural apocarotenoids pigments. Dye. Pigment. 2018, 155, 75–83

S. Armeli Minicante, E. Ambrosi, M. Back, J. Barichello, E. Cataruzza, F. Gonella, E. Trave. Development for an eco-protocol for seaweed chloophyll extraction and possible application on Dye Sensitized Solar Cells. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 49 (2016) 295601 (7pp).


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