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    Francesca Puppo

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    DepartmentBiocircuits Institute
    Address9500 Gilman Drive #0412
    CA La Jolla 92093
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      University of Genoa (UNIGE), Genoa (Italy)BSc10/2008Biomedical Engineering
      University of Genoa (UNIGE), Genoa (Italy)MSc07/2011Neuroengineering
      École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne (Switzerland)PhD04/2016Microsystems and Microelectronics - Bioengineering

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      1. F Puppo, V George, GA Silva. Neurons optimize the ratio between signaling latency and refractory period. Submitted. 2017.
      2. F Puppo, S Carrara, G De Micheli. Silicon Nanowire for Biosensing. Encyclopedia of Interfacial Chemistry - Surface Science and Electrochemistry, Accepted. 2017.
      3. G Sanzò, I Taurino, F Puppo, R Antiochia, L Gorton, G Favero, F Mazzei, S Carrara, G De Micheli. A bimetallic nanocoral Au decorated with Pt nanoflowers (bio)sensor for H2O2 detection at low potential. Methods. 2017.
      4. V George, F Puppo, GA Silva. Dynamic Network Analysis: Application to C. Elegans Connectome. In preparation. 2017.
      5. A Vallero, I Tzouvadaki, F Puppo, MA Doucey, JF Delaloye, G De Micheli, S Carrara . Memristive Biosensors Integration With Microfluidic Platform. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers. 2016; 63(12):2120-2127.
      6. F Puppo, FL Traversa, M Di Ventra, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Surface trap mediated electronic transport in biofunctionalized silicon nanowires. Nanotechnology. 2016; 27(34):345503.
      7. I Tzouvadaki, A Vallero, F Puppo, G De Micheli, S Carrara . Resistance impact by long connections on electrical behavior of integrated Memristive Biosensors. Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2016 IEEE International Symposium on . 2016; 385-388.
      8. F Puppo, MA Doucey, JF Delaloye, TSY Moh, G Pandraud, PM Sarro, G De Micheli, S Carrara . SiNW-FET in-Air Biosensors for High Sensitive and Specific Detection in Breast Tumor Extract. IEEE Sensors Journal. 2016; 16(10):3374-3381.
      9. I Tzouvadaki, F Puppo, MA Doucey, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Modeling memristive biosensors. SENSORS, 2015 IEEE. 2016; 1-4.
      10. I Tzouvadaki, F Puppo, MA Doucey, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Computational study on the electrical behavior of silicon nanowire memristive biosensors. IEEE Sensors Journal. 2015; 15(11):6208-6217.
      11. A Lotfi, D Demarchi, F Puppo, MA Doucey, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Reliable redundancy with memristive-biosensors to achieve statistical significance in immunosensing. 6th International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces (IWASI). 2015; 31-36.
      12. F Puppo, MA Doucey, JF Delaloye, TSY Moh, G Pandraud, PM Sarro, G De Micheli, S Carrara. High sensitive detection in tumor extracts with SiNW-FET in-air biosensors. SENSORS, 2014 IEEE. 2014; 866-869.
      13. A Zaher, P Häfliger, F Puppo, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Novel readout circuit for memristive biosensors in cancer detection. Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), 2014 IEEE. 2014; 448-451.
      14. F Puppo, M Di Ventra, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Memristive sensors for pH measure in dry conditions. Surface Science. 2014; 624:76-79.
      15. F Puppo, MA Doucey, M Di Ventra, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Memristor-based devices for sensing. Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2014 IEEE International Symposium on. 2014; 2257-2260.
      16. F Puppo, A Dave, MA Doucey, D Sacchetto, C Baj-Rossi, Y Leblebici, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Memristive biosensors under varying humidity conditions. IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience. 2014; 13(1):19-30.
      17. F Puppo, MA Doucey, TSY Moh, G Pandraud, PM Sarro, G De Micheli, S Carrara. Femto-molar sensitive field effect transistor biosensors based on silicon nanowires and antibodies. SENSORS, 2013 IEEE. 2013; 1-4.