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The Bio/interfaces Group at the Integrated Systems Laboratory (Laboratoire des Systmes Intgrs - LSI) studies design-technologies for Circuits and Systems in Biomedical Applications. The group focus is on Bioelectronics and Biophysics of nano- and bio-structured thin molecular films integrated on micro and nano fabricated silicon chips for applications in human diagnostics, translational medicine, and biotechnology.

 

The group is one of the worldwide leader groups in the field of design and fabrication of biosensors-on-chip and bio-interfaces, with target on DNA and protein based arrays. The research is specially focused on the development of new bio/CMOS interfaces by also integrating new and innovative nano- and bio- materials in the electrochemical-sensing surface. Research involves both the design of novel biosensing devices, intimate integration of highly heterogeneous systems, and development of electronics with the CMOS technology. The novel approach proposed by this leading group corresponds to a co-design of the different layers (bio, nano, and CMOS frontend) to improve the integration of these highly heterogeneous systems in order to overcome the usual biosensors limits in terms of specificity and sensitivity.

 

 

 

NEWS

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      27/05/2015: Sandro Carrara featured in the main page of EPFL dealing with a new realized sub-cutaneous device for a more precise medicine

      19/12/2014: Christine Nardini and Sandro Carrara published a paper in Science (IF= 31.477)

      02/11/2014: Sandro Carrara has been elected member at large of the IEEE Sensors Council

      22-24/10/2014: Sandro Carrara leaded as General Chair the IEEE International Conference BioCAS 2014

      17/10/2014: Sandro Carrara has been elected member of the Board of Governors of the IEEE CAS society

      24/09/2014: Sandro Carrara has been promoted to MER (Matre d'enseignement et de recherche)

      11/07/2014: Gzen Kkl received her PhD degree

      04/06/2014: Cristina Boero got a Special EPFL Mention for Distinction in her absolutely exceptional PhD thesis

      13/05/2014: Cristina Boero got accepted a paper in Biosensors and Bioelectronics (IF= 5.437)

      05/05/2014: Irene Taurino got accepted a paper in Nano Letters (IF= 13.025)

      31/03/2014: Sandro Carrara has been elected to the grade of IEEE Senior Member

      05/02/2014: Sandro Carrara started organizing the International Conference IEEE BioCAS 2014 planned for next October

      10/12/2013: Wayne Burleson and Sandro Carrara published their book on Security and Privacy for Implantable Medical Devices with Springer

      13/11/2013: Jacopo Olivo received his PhD degree

      03/11/2013: Sandro Carrara entered the Top 10 accessed presentations at the international conference IEEE Sensors in Baltimore

      28/10/2013: Alena Simalatsar & Andrea Cavallini won the first prize at the Startup Weekend in Neuchtel

      03/10/2013: Irene Taurino published her recent results in the journal Nanoscale by RSC (IF= 6.233)

      24/09/2013: Camilla Baj-Rossi published her recent results in the journal Biosensors and Bioelectronics (IF= 5.437)

      28/06/2013: Andrea Cavallini received his PhD degree

      20/05/2013: Sandro Carrara has been appointed as a member of the Technical Committee on Sensory Systems Technical Committee of the CAS society

      24/04/2013: Cristina Boero organizes at SI center of EPFL the workshop on Nano-Bio Technologies for Lab-on-Chip

      15/03/2013: EPFL releases on YouTube the interview of Giovanni De Micheli and Sandro Carrara on the ironIC project

      20/02/2013: Irene Taurino got the 25-Most Accessed-Articles in December 2012 form the journal IEEE Sensors

      18/01/2013: Irene Taurino published her recent results in the journal Electrochimica Acta (IF= 4.039)

      12/01/2013: Sandro Carrara published his textbook entitled Bio/CMOS interfaces and Co-Design with Springer

      30/11/2012: Sandro Carrara has been appointed as Distinguished Lecturer of the CAS Society

      23/11/2012: Cristina Boero received her PhD degree

      19/11/2012: Sandro Carrara has been appointed as Topical Editor of the Journal IEEE Sensors Journal

      8/11/2012: Sandro Carrara has been appointed as CAS society representative in the IEEE Sensors Council

      10/10/2012: Alice Dimonte published her Nano-sized Optoelectronic Devices in the journal Biomacromolecules (IF= 5.479)

      15/07/2012: Sandro Carrara got the Top-25 Hottest-Articles from April to June 2012 from the journal Biosensors and Bioelectronics

      15/12/2011: Cristina Boero got the Best Selected Papers from BioCAS 2011 invited to submit to IEEE TBCAS journal special issue

      19/11/2011: Jacopo Olivo got the issue cover in IEEE Sensors journal

      15/11/2011: Sandro Carrara got the Best Selected Papers from IEEE Sensors Conference 2011 invited to submit to IEEE Sensors journal special issue

      11/11/2011: Sandro Carrara has been appointed as General Chairman of the IEEE international Conference BioCAS, edition 2014

      31/05/2011: Sandro Carrara has been appointed as a member of the Technical Committee on Biomedical Application of the CAS society

      13/05/2011: Sandro Carrara got the First Price for the best poster at the Nano-Tera Annual Meeting in Bern

      21/07/2010: Andrea Cavallini got the Bronze Leaf price for third-best paper at the international conference IEEE PRIME 2010

      20/04/2010: Sandro Carrara is invited to join the international evaluation panel of esteemed experts for the Finland Science Academy in a research program (2010-2013)

      26/11/2009: Andrea Cavallini got the Best Poster Award at the Nano-Europe Symposium in Rapperswil

      17/07/2009: Cristina Boero got the Golden Leaf price for best paper at the international conference IEEE PRIME 2009

      15/04/2009: Sandro Carrara got the Top-25 Hottest-Articles from January to March 2009 from the journal Sensors and Actuators B

 15/10/2008: Sandro Carrara got the Top-25 Hottest-Articles from July to September 2008 from the journal Biosensors and Bioelectronics