Every year DEALAB attends several international conferences in the field of organic electronics.


  • 2017 MRS Fall Meeting, Boston (USA), November 26 – December 1, 2017
    • Piero Cosseddu, oral presentation “Ultrathin, Highly Conformable Multimodal Sensor Based on Organic Field Effect Transistor for Tactile Sensing Applications
    • Andrea Spanu, oral presentation “Monitoring the Electrical and Metabolic Activity of Living Cells by Means of Flexible Organic Devices


  • 2016 E-MRS Fall Meeting (Warsaw University of Technology, September, 19 – 22, 2016)
    • Annalisa Bonfiglio, organizer of the “Flexible electronic sensors” Symposium
    • Stefano Lai, oral presentation “A low voltage, flexible, organic circuit for the readout of organic transistor based X-Rays sensors“, and poster presentation “Organic Charge-Modulated Field-Effect Transistor: beyond limitations of bioFETs, towards application in operational environment
    • Corrado Napoli, oral presentation “Organic transistor-based sensor for label-free Molecular Beacons hybridization detection
    • Silvia Conti, oral presentation “Towards low-voltage inkjet printed Organic Field Effect Transistors for biosensing applications
    • Giulia Casula, poster presentation “Flexible systems of mechanically switchable organic memory elements for pressure sensing applicationsimmagine1





  • International Conference on Organic Electronics (ICOE), June 11-13, 2014, Modena (Italy)
    • Annalisa Bonfiglio, invited oral presentation “Organic charge sensing devices as powerful tools for the quantitative detection of biological, chemical, and physical variables
    • Piero Cosseddu, poster presentation “Highly flexible non-volatile memory devices based on low voltage OTFTs “
    • Stefano Lai, poster presentation “Towards in-vivo detection of DNA hybridization by OTFT-based sensors
    • Giulia Casula, poster presentation “Non-volatile resistive memory devices based on hybrid organic/inorganic nanocomposites
    • Andrea Spanu, poster presentation “An organic thin film transistor for in-vitro monitoring of electrogenic cells




  • Bioelectronic Symposium, Singapore (Singapore), October 20-21, 2014
    • Stefano Lai, invited oral presentation “Organic charge sensing devices as powerful tools for the quantitative detection of biological, chemical, and physical variables


  • MRS Fall Meeting, Boston (USA), November 30-December 4, 2014
    • Annalisa Bonfiglio, invited oral presentation
    • Piero Cosseddu, oral presentation, and poster presentation “Low voltage OTFTs mechanical sensors for wearable electronics”
    • Stefano Lai, oral presentation “Ultra-sensitive, OTFT-based sensor for DNA hybridization detection at high ionic strength
    • Giulia Casula, oral presentation “Non-Volatile Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Resistive Memories: Towards Long-Term Data Retention and Integration with Electrical Sensors
    • Andrea Spanu, oral presentation
    • Monia Demelas, poster presentationMRS




  • 6th Winterschool on Organic Electronics, Planneralm (Austria), March 5th, 2012
    • Annalisa Bonfiglio, invited oral presentation “An introduction to field effect devices
    • Stefano Lai, oral presentation “Hybrid gate dielectric for the fabrication of highly flexible organic thin film transistors operating at ultra-low voltage
    • Giulia Casula, poster presentation “Hybrid devices for the fabrication of non-volatile memories”




  • Biosensors 2012, May 15-18, 2012, Cancun, Mexico
    • Stefano Lai, oral presentation “A CMOS biosensor for label-free, direct, in situ detection of DNA hybridization” and poster presentation ““Ultra-low voltage organic biosensor for DNA hybridization detection
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