Andrea Felli is PhD fellow at the Catalysis for Energy and Environment laboratory at the Polytechnic Department of the University of Udine. Before joining the University of Udine, he completed the master’s degree in Material Science at the Department of Chemical Sciences of the University of Padua. His main scientific interests are in heterogeneous catalysis and fuel cells fields. He has been working on the synthesis, characterization and testing of materials based on self-exsolved perovskites oxides for various oxidation reactions, for the dry reforming of methane reaction and for electrodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) applications. He is particularly skilled in layered perovskites and double perovskites and their functionalization via exsolution procedures. He is involved in the PRIN17 “Direct Biopower” project, in cooperation with several Italian Universities and research groups, and he collaborates at the MISTI project with Politecnico di Torino and MIT of Boston. He is now working on the development of new catalytic materials for energy and environment applications.