In the last four years I have been doing research in the field of conjugated polymers, especially focusing on the applications of organic optoelectronic devices in robotics and medicine.
I have been awarded a Marie Curie Action Early Stage Position scholarship in 2013, which has given me the chance to build a remarkable international scientific network within both academic and company environments. In this regard, I have acquired experience in organic semiconductors, flexible electronics, atomic force microscopy, electrostatic discharge stress tests of organic devices.
I have also been collaborating and carrying out activities in several institutes, both in the UK and overseas, among which I consider particularly notable the ISIS pulsed neutron and muon source at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) in Oxfordshire and the Fraunhofer Institute in Munich.
Presently, I am concluding my PhD at University College London and looking forward to finding new challenges in the field of organic technologies.
In the medium-long term, I would like to expand my competencies and start personally managing research/work projects in the field of flexible electronics and polymer-based technologies.