Two manuscripts from LEO group have been recently accepted: a review on Advanced Healthcare Materials and a paper in Journal of Material’s Chemistry C. In the review (DOI: 10.1002/adhm.202100955), result of the collaboration between UNIMORE and LIU in the framework
Federico Rondelli defended his master’s thesis on 22/07/2021 and got his degree in Industrial Biotechnologies with 110/110 cum laude and special mention (encomio). During his internship at LEO, He worked on the development of a biosensor for the detection of SARS-CoV2
We are proud to announce that Prof. Fabio Biscarini has been accepted as Socio Ordinario in Accademia Nazionale di Scienze, Lettere e Arti di Modena in “Classe of Sciences”.
Simone Benaglia, LEO alumnus, Master’s degree in Industrial Biotechnologies AA 2016-2017, successfully defended his PhD thesis in Physics and Nanosciences at Universidad Autònoma de Madrid and CSIC- ICMM, with “sobrasaliente” (excellent) mark, on 26/7/2021. His thesis entitled “Novel Developments and
We are proud to announce that Professor Fabio Biscarini has been admitted as member in Academia Europaea in the section of Chemical Sicences.
We welcome Dr. Alessandro Paradisi, new postdoctoral fellow at LEO. Alessandro obtained his B. Sc. and M. Sc. in Chemical Sciences at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy). Then, he obtained a PhD in Chemistry at University of York
Congratulations to Dr. Sophia Drakoupoulou for her succesfull PhD defense in Physics at UNIMORE entitled: Growth, morphology and electronic response of organic field effect transistors in the solid state and in electrolyte. Dr. Drakopoulou is an ESR in Marie Curie
Congratulations to Marina Palmieri for the successfull discussion of her master’s thesis in Industrial Biotechnologies at UNIMORE! At LEO she worked in the framework of EuroNanoMedII AMI project and realized her master’s thesis entitled: Detection of anti-drug antibodies with flexible rGO-FET
Dr. Matteo Sensi, post-doctoral fellow in the LEO group, has been awarded with the post-doctoral fellowship from “Fondazione Umberto Veronesi”. At LEO he will develop a biosensor for the detection of transcriptional factors involved in lung and breast cancer progression.
We welcome Dr. Pierpaolo Greco that joined LEO team as post-doc fellow. Dr. Greco worked for Scriba Nanotechnologies and he has more then 10 years experience in design, fabrication and integration of devices and microfluidics patterns, simulations, non conventional lithography