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Leandro Lorenzelli

Head of research unit
  • Phone: 0461314455
  • FBK Povo
Short bio

Leandro Lorenzelli received the Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering from theUniversity of Genova in 1994 and in 1998 the PhD in Electronics Materials and Technologies from University of Trento. During the Ph.D. his research activity concerned simulation and design of electrochemical microsensors using CMOS foundry services. Since 1998 he joined the staff of the ITC-irst Microsystems Division and he was involved in the realisation of microsystems for biomedical, environmental and agro-food applications. Since 2005 directs the BioMEMS research area at FBK-irst ("Bruno Kessler" Foundation). His research interests include biosensors, nanobiotechnology, lab-on-chip, medical diagnostic and point-of-care devices.

Publications
  1. A. Adami; M. Decarli; V. Guarnieri; L. Lorenzelli; M. Zen,
    Microcantilever-based sensor array for amine detection in agroo-food applications,
    International Conference MEMSNANO - 05,
    2005
    , (International Conference MEMSNANO - 05,
    Kharagpur, India,
    20/12/2005 - 22/12/2005)
  2. L. Lorenzelli; A. Adami; V. Guarnieri; M. Zen; L. Francioso; P. Siciliano; A.M. Taurino; A. Forleo; G. Agnusdei,
    MEMS-based gas sensor arrays with linear temperature gradient for wine quality monitoring,
    International Conference MEMSNANO - 05,
    2005
    , (International Conference MEMSNANO - 05,
    Kharagpur, India,
    20/12/2005 - 22/12/2005)
  3. M. Decarli; V. Guarnieri; A. Faes; B. Margesin; M. Paranjape; L. Lorenzelli; M. Zen,
    A MEMS-based liquid flow sensor for medical diagnostics,
    International Conference MEMSNANO - 05,
    2005
    , (International Conference MEMSNANO - 05,
    Kharagpur, India,
    20/12/2005 - 22/12/2005)
  4. L. Francioso; L. Lorenzelli; G. Agnusdei; A.M. Taurino; A. Forleo; V. Guarnieri; A. Adami; M. Zen; P. Siciliano,
    Performance of linear temperature micromachined gas sensor array in wine quality evaluation,
    Eurosensor XIX European Conference on Solid State Sensors,
    2005
    , (Eurosensor XIX European Conference on Solid State Sensors,
    Barcelona, Spain,
    11/09/2005 - 14/09/2005)
  5. A. Adami; L. Lorenzelli; V. Guarnieri; M. Zen; L. Francioso; P. Siciliano; A. Forleo; A.M. Taurino; G. Agnusdei,
    Microhotplate-based silicon gas sensor array with linear temperature gradient for wine quality monitoring.,
    Proc. of SPIE Smart Sensors, Actuators and MEMS II,
    vol.5836,
    2005
    , pp. 686-
    695
    , (Proc. of SPIE Smart Sensors, Actuators and MEMS II,
    Seville, Spain,
    09/07/2005 - 11/07/2005)
  6. L. Lorenzelli; C. Distante; A. Simoni; P. Busetta; M. Ravindra,
    MEMS-based Technologies and Smart Detection Systems for Ambient Assisted Living,
    Articolo su mstnews- international newsletter on micro-nano integration 5/05,
    2005
  7. L. Lorenzelli; A. Benvenuto; B. Margesin; S. Martinoia; M. Zen,
    Silicon-Based Bioelectronic Microsystems,
    in «MST NEWS»,
    vol. 1,
    n. 4,
    2004
    , pp. 36 -
    37
  8. K. Rangra; F. Giacomozzi; B. Margesin; L. Lorenzelli; V. Mulloni; C. Collini; R. Marcelli; G. Soncini,
    Low Spring Constant RF Mems Capacitive Switches, Technology and Characterization,
    in «ROMANIAN JOURNAL OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY»,
    vol. 7,
    n. 3-4,
    2004
    , pp. 335 -
    342
  9. L. Lorenzelli; A. Benvenuto; V. Guarnieri; B. Margesin; G. Turco,
    Silicon Gas Chromatographic Microcolumn for Biomedical Applications,
    AISEM 2003,
    World Scientific Publishing,
    2004
    , pp. 364-
    368
    , (AISEM 2003,
    Trento, Italy,
    11/02/2003 - 14/02/2003)
  10. F. Giacomozzi; L. Lorenzelli; B. Margesin; G. Turco; R. Marcelli,
    MEMS Technology for RF Switches,
    Proceedings of the 8th Italian Conference on Sensors and Microsystems [AISEM 2003],
    2004
    , pp. 392-
    397

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