Giovanna Maresca is graduated in Industrial Chemistry at “La Sapienza” University of Rome in 2013. In 2014 won a fellowship on an European research project MARS-EV (Materials for Ageing Resistant Li-ion High Energy Storage for the Electric Vehicle) at Polytechnic of Turin and carrying out her research activities in collaboration with ENEA Casaccia. In 2015 she won a scholarship on “ Hydrates such as high capacity anodes for Lithium ion batteries” project, founded by FIRB 2010. From 2016 to 2020, she worked on a project founded by Samsung R&D Institute of Japan, for the development of “composite anodes material fo all-solid-state Li-ion batteries”. Actually, she is a Phd student in Mathematical Models for Engineering, Electromagnetics and Nanoscience, curriculum Material Science. She won a fellowship on an European research project Si-Drive (Silicon Alloying Anodes for High Energy Density Batteries comprising Lithium Rich Cathodes and Safe Ionic Liquid based Electrolytes for Enhanced High VoltagE Performance), which is conducting at ENEA Casaccia.