Since 2010 He works as a Laboratory Manager and Facility Manager for Dyepower Consortium. He gives also a support to research for experimental optimization of industrial line of DSSC (Dye Sensitive Solar Cell), a third generation of photovoltaics solar cell. Also since 2014 he collaborated with the "Centro Gestione Futura" in the University of Tor Vergata as a consultant and with the istitute of Photonics and Nanotechnilogies CNR in Rome, as a laboratory technician.
In the 2010 he attended the International School on Organic Photovoltaics (ISOPHOS). The school is focused on the recent scientific and technological progress achieved in the field of organic and hybrid photovoltaics, including Dye Solar Cells and Polymer Solar Cells as main topics.
In the 2009 He worked as assistant of Energy Manager at GSE Gestore Servizi Energetici - GSE S.p.A., which is a government entities that plays a central role in promotion, support and development of renewable energy sources in Italy.
Since 2005 to 2008 he worked as a laboratory technician at the laboratory of physics and materials science in the Department of Physics at Tor Vergata University. During this period he often worked as a consultant for the rational use of energy for Rome municipality and in the 2005 he received a municipal grant for an energy saving project.
In the 2004 he received two master’s degree: one on Energy Management and one on International Standars ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Afterwards, he became a consultant for the rational use of energy and an expert in environmental management e business systems.
He studied at Tor Vergata and graduated in Materials Science since 2003. The topic of thesis was to study the correlation between particles of carbon black incorporated into polymeric compounds. The thesis work was carried out in the research laboratories of Trelleborg Wheel System.