FLexible biOeletronics and Wearable devices lab - FLOW LAB
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FLOWLAB

At FLOW LAB, our research thrust is based on a 20yrs-long experience on flexible electronics and bioelectronics. Our investigations traverse the dynamic landscape of wearable healthcare technologies, and our work is underpinned by a rich tapestry of publications elucidating breakthroughs in organic semiconductor devices and wearable sensor technologies.

Our research is charting new territories, exploring innovative fabrication processes and the integration of flexible electronic devices for biomedical applications. Our endeavors focus on the practical implementation of these technologies, with a particular emphasis on organic semiconductor sensors that offer unprecedented possibilities in healthcare diagnostics.

In addition to wearable technologies, our lab's commitment extends to the broader realm of flexible bioelectronics, embracing challenges in developing advanced sensors and biosensors. Our collaborative, interdisciplinary approach ensures a holistic exploration of topics ranging from flexible electronic materials to the integration of these devices into real-world applications, amplifying the impact of our research.

As we venture into the convergence of electronics with biology, FLOW LAB continues to push the boundaries of innovation. Our ongoing projects are poised to transform the landscape of healthcare technologies, offering solutions that are not only groundbreaking but also adaptable and responsive to the evolving needs of the biomedical field.

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Meet the dedicated individuals driving FLOWLAB's success:

 

Prof. Annalisa Bonfiglio, PhD

Dr. Andrea Spanu, PhD

Alessandra Lenzi, candidata PhD

Hafiz Ul Hassan, candidato PhD

 

Our team brings together expertise in materials science, physics, biomedical engineering, and bioelectronics, fostering a collaborative environment that fuels breakthroughs in biosensors and wearable technology.

If you're eager to join us, drop us a line at Flowlab@iusspavia.it. We'll keep your CV in mind when we open up  new opportunities!

 

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"Advancing Healthcare Through Flexible Bioelectronics"

Explore our ongoing research projects:

 

Department of Excellence, FLOW LAB project, 2023-28

 

Innovative Sensors for Microbiology applications – Third Party Project, 2023-26

 

ANALYSER - AN orgAnic muLti-functional sYStem for the bioelectrochemical characterization of cellular assEmblies in vitRo, Ministry of Research PRIN, 2023-25

 

FREE – Pharmacoresistance in Epilepsy, PoC Project, Ministry of Entreprises and Made in Italy, 2023-24

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At FLOW LAB, we believe in the power of collaboration. Our scientific partnerships include:

 

University of Cagliari, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

University of Bologna, Dept. of Physics and Dept. of Industrial Chemistry

University of Genova, Dept. of Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics and Systems Engineering

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche e Chirurgiche, Materno-Infantili e dell'Adulto

University of Pavia, Dept. of Civil Engineering and Architecture

University of Pisa, Centro “E. Piaggio”

Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali e Ingegneria Chimica “G. Natta"

 

Centro Nazionale Adroterapia Oncologica

Fondazione Poliambulanza, Brescia

 

Linkoeping University, Sweden

Austrian Institute of Technology

University of Lille

 

COPAN Group sr

By fostering collaborations, we aim to amplify the impact of our research and contribute to the broader scientific community.

We're keen on fostering fresh scientific partnerships and tech transfer collaborations to amplify the impact of our research and propel the advancement of knowledge.

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We warmly welcome inquiries, collaboration proposals, and engagement with our research community.

Feel free to reach out: Flowlab@iusspavia.it