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Università degli Studi Roma Tre

The Roma Tre University (RM3) was founded in 1992 and has rapidly grown both in terms of students and courses of study offered. The research group in Materials Science and Technology (STM), which is part of the Department of Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Aeronautical Technologies, is characterised by important skills in the field of design, production, characterisation and testing of materials. The group boasts a large park of state-of-the-art tools for microstructural, compositional and mechanical characterisation that are integrated and complementary, on which original and innovative methodologies and techniques for the analysis and manipulation of materials have been developed.

Role within DigiCell

In DigiCell, RM3 contributes to the development of CHADAs and interoperable CHADAs (iCHADAs) for energy and battery materials, integrated into the currently ongoing EMCC roadmap initiative.

RM3 is also developing a nano-mechanical materials test setup for the assessment of mechanical properties variations of battery materials at different humidity levels into a glovebox-enclosed nanoindentation system.

Main contacts

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Marco Sebastiani

Team Leader

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Edoardo Rossi

Deputy Team Leader

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Daniele Duranti

Team Member