Lorenzo Carbone PhD Student

Sapienza University, Rome

Chemistry Department

Piazzale Aldo Moro n°5 00185 Rome Italy

Phone : +39 49913664

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Carbone Lorenzo  New Generation of Energy Storage Devices

Professor Jusef Hassoun

Ferrara University, Ferrara

Chemistry Department

Via Fossato di mortara 17, Ferrara, Italy

Phone : +39 0532455163

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 Potentiostatic, Potentiodinamic and galvanostatic techniques for electrochemical applications, Linear voltammery , Cyclic voltammetry, Impedance spectroscopy, Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), Thermo Gravimetric Analysis (TGA), X ray difractometry, Gas chromatography with mass spectrometry for biological analysis

 Doctor Blade system for films preparation, Argon filled Dry-Box for controlled  Moisture/Oxygen content applications, Potentiostatic / Galvanostatic cycling system (Bistat Biologic-Science Instruments / Maccor Series 4000 Battery Test System), X-Ray ( Rigaku D-max Ultima), SEM(Phenom-FEI), GC/MS (Hp 5890 Biological analysis), TGA(Mettler Toledo TGA/SDTA851e) , DSC (Mettler Toledo DSC821e)


 Work Experience

 2008/2009 Laboratory Assistant

Organic Chemistry Laboratory I / II -

La Sapienza University of Rome –New chemistry building ( N.E.C.)

02/2011-09/2011 Quality Control

GC-MS Technician -Human and veterinary analysis

Laboratory analysis DMQS s.r.l. [Company Part. IVA 05189031007]  OMNIA CREATIVE s.r.l. [Part. IVA  10246171002]

03/2013-07/2013 Practicum–Erasmus Placement  

Research on lithium sulphur battery and polymer electrolyte.

Energy storage for automotive vehicles

Volkswagen® AG, Germany, Wolfsburg , Isenbüttel –“fuel and cell research department”

04/2014-10/2014 Scholarship - Liquid & Solid Electrolyte for lithium ion and lithium sulphur batteries

La Sapienza university of Rome - Chemistry Department

 2001/2006 College certificate

Scientific high school

High school Louis Pasteur -Via Giuseppe Barellai, 130 -00135 Rome

2006/2011 Bachelor Degree in Industrial Chemistry

La Sapienza University of Rome  

Subjectof thesis Journal of Power Sources 196 (2011) 9792-9799

Mitigation of the irreversible capacity and electrolyte decomposition in a LiNi0.5 Mn1.5 O4 /nano-TiO2 Li-ion battery

2011/2013 Master Degree in Industrial Chemistry

La Sapienza University of Rome  

Environment, resources, energy and safety

Subject of thesis Preparation and characterization of polymer membranes made from PEO for energy lithium-sulfur batteries of new generation

10/2014- … Phd in Mathematical Models for Engineering, Electromagnetism and Nanosciences

La Sapienza University of Rome , Department of Basic and Applied Sciences for Engineering

 Technical skills and competencies

Instrumental skills

Good command of Microsoft Office™ tools (Word™, Excel™ and PowerPoint™);

Good command of OriginPro™

Basic knowledge of graphic design applications (PhotoShop™)

Computer skills