III-2 – Printable bioelectronics: the role of electrolyte and electrochemical systems

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Organizers: Luisa Torsi (University of Bari), Nicola Cioffi (University of Bari), Roisin Owens (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Étienne), Boris Mizaikoff (University of Ulm).

Massimo Innocenti

Università degli studi di Firenze, Italy

Graduated in Chemistry in 1989, now he is Associate Professor in Analytical Chemistry CHIM01 at the University of Florence. The research activity is focused on nanomaterials obtainable by electrochemical and used in the field of electrocatalysis, energy and sensors. Relevant is also the research and industrial development in the field of Applied Electrochiemistry to obtain many industrial contracts (Gucci, Jessica, Bluclad, Arezzo Innovation, UNOAERRE, LEM and Yves Saint Laurent, Freschi & Vangelisti ecc.). The research activity resulted in 145 scientific publications and 240 communications at national and international conferences.

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