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Soufiane Krik obtained his Ph.D. degree in Physics in July 2021 with a thesis titled: “Low-operating temperature chemiresistive gas sensors: Fabrication and DFT calculations” at the Sensor and Semiconductor Laboratory at the University of Ferrara in collaboration with the Micro Nano Facility at the Bruno Kessler Foundation in Trento. Previously, he obtained his M.Sc. degree in physics and new technologies at the University of Casablanca-Department of physics. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Sensing Technologies Lab of the Free University of Bolzano.
His current research interests are related to the development of printing techniques for the realization of electronic components on various substrates.
89177 · INF/01 · Studium Generale · EN
42409 · ING-INF/01 · Bachelor in Elektrotechnik und Cyber-Physische Systeme · IT
76244 · ING-INF/01 · Bachelor in Informatik · IT
Gas Sensors, DFT-Density Functional Theory