Dr. Tassone is a staff scientist at the Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC) lab, using synchrotron radiation to study structure-property relationships in organic semiconductors, catalytic materials, and additively manufactured parts. Since joining the lab in 2011, he has been a pioneer in applying informatics to data analysis and design of experiments.
His recent work includes a framework for data-driven discovery and optimization of synthesis recipes for nanoparticles of specific sizes.
Relevant Press and Publications
- Structural control of mixed ionic and electronic transport in conducting polymers (Nature Communications)
- Reappraising the Need for Bulk Heterojunctions in Polymer−Fullerene Photovoltaics. The Role of Carrier Transport in All-Solution-Processed P3HT/PCBM Bilayer Solar Cells (The Journal of Physical Chemistry C)
- Chloride in Lead Chloride-Derived Organo-Metal Halides for Perovskite-Absorber Solar Cells (Chemistry of Materials)