Graduated in Physics at the University of Parma in 1996.
In October 1997 he is appointed as research fellow at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ) in Zurich, CH, and in the same lab I start my PhD work on CdTe thin film solar cells. After PhD work, from February 2002, he is fellow researcher still at ETHZ on alternative buffer layers for CIGS thin film solar cells.
In April 2004
Alessandro is appointed as assistant professor at the University
of Verona, working on absorption and fluorescence
spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy and on, most of all, on
chalcogenide thin film solar cells.He has been able to found a new
laboratory for the study and fabrication of thin film solar cells.
In December 2013 he is qualified for Associate Professorship in Experimental Physics and also in Applied Physics and from December 2014 he is associate professor at the University of Verona.
In 2017 Alessandro Romeo has been awarded with the qualification
for full professorship in Experimental Physics of Matter (FIS/01).
He has been
invited for several talks at international conferences, he has
been member of the scientific committee for the European
Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference for more than 10 years from
2010 to 2020. He has been organizer of the E-MRS Spring Meeting
“Thin Film Chalcogenide Solar Cells” Symposium in 2010, in 2012
and in 2014 and still member ot the scientific committee.
Romeo is author of more than 150 international papers, 5
international patents and 4 book chapters.