Stefano Bianco

Dr. Stefano Bianco received his Master’s Degree in Physics from the University of Turin, Italy, in 2003 and his Ph.D. in Electronic Devices from Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy, in 2007. He was a postdoctoral fellow (2007 - 2009) at the Physics Department of the Polytechnic University of Turin, working on carbon nanotube synthesis, characterization and application. Currently he is a researcher of the Italian Institute of Technology, working on innovative materials and technologies for energy harvesting applications, mainly investigating novel systems for dye-sensitized solar cells and water splitting devices. He is co-author of more than 20 scientific papers in international peer-reviewed journals and of five book chapters.

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Since their discovery in 1991, carbon nanotubes have been considered as one of the most promising materials for a wide range of applications, in virtue of their outstanding properties. During the last two decades, both single-walled and multi-walled CNTs probably represented the hottest research topic concerning materials science, equally from a fundamental and from an applicative point of view. There is a prevailing opinion among the research community that CNTs are now ready for application in everyday world. This book provides an (obviously not exhaustive) overview on some of the amazing possible applications of CNT-based materials in the near future.

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