Doctoral studies

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city
subject area
language
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Rome, Italy
subject area: humanities
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Napoli, Italy
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Milano, Italy
subject area: biology
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Napoli, Italy
subject area: biology
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Napoli, Italy
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Cagliari, Italy
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Vatican City, Vatican
subject area: law
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Rome, Italy
subject area: physical science, environment
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Cagliari, Italy
subject area: physical science, environment
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Milano, Italy
subject area: physical science, environment
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Vatican City, Vatican
subject area: law
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Rome, Italy
subject area: computer science
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Milano, Italy
subject area: computer science
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Cagliari, Italy
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Rome, Italy
subject area: computer science
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Milano, Italy
subject area: security services
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Milano, Italy
subject area: arts
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Rome, Italy
subject area: social
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Milano, Italy
subject area: economy and administration
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Napoli, Italy
subject area: economy and administration
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Milano, Italy
subject area: economy and administration
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Cagliari, Italy
subject area: economy and administration
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Cassino, Italy
subject area: economy and administration
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Cagliari, Italy
subject area: economy and administration
Solar power is potentially an almost limitless resource. The sun provides enough energy in one minute to supply the world’s energy needs for one year. But turning this resource into affordable electricity is difficult – silicon-based solar cells still suffer from a decline in their effectiveness over time. Through her ERC-funded SOLARX project, Professor Hele Savin, of Aalto University in Finland, is investigating a possible route to solving this problem.

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