Alberto Varone

Alberto Varone
Dr Varone earned her undergraduate Laurea degree and his Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from University of Cagliari (IT) and and has worked in the field of renewable energies in the last fifteen years.

Presently engaged in fundamental energy and environmental research both from the theoretical and experimental perspectives.

As a CRS4 Senior Scientist leads the research project "Moving CO2 from a liability to an asset", the aim is to produce technical and economical assessments of relevant technologies for sustainable fuels production from renewable energies and recycled CO2.

In past he worked as Senior Scientist in the Earth, Energy and Environment - (E³) Cluster, under the responsibility of the IASS - Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies - Scientific Director, Prof. Carlo Rubbia, exploring new scientific and technological approaches to transform the current energy technologies, based mainly on the combustion of fossil fuels, into sustainable and climate-friendly solutions. In the trans disciplinary approach to sustainability vision of IASS, the research activity was also oriented to the production and release of technical assessments for policy makers acting in the regulatory framework.






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