PhD Student in EECS
Roberto is an NSF Fellow who joined ONE Lab in Fall 2017 as a PhD candidate in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Physics from MIT in 2017. As an undergraduate, he performed research at ONE Lab investigating the photophysical properties and non-radiative recombination pathways of lead halide perovskites. Currently, he is a core team member of the Tata-MIT GridEdge Solar program developing large-scale perovskite solar cell architectures.
Current Research: Materials and device physics of lead halide perovskites. Scale-up of flexible and lightweight perovskite solar cells.
Subgroup: Solar Technologies
Personal Interests: Running, cooking, guitar, climate change