Ricercatori a tempo determinato
Martina Aurora Costa Angeli received her bachelor's (2013) and master’s (2016) degrees in Biomedical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano (Italy), where she obtained the Ph.D. in Materials Engineering in 2020. She did her post doc at the Sensing Technologies Lab of the Free University of Bolzano- Bozen, where she is currently a fixt-term assistant professor (RTDa). Her current research is focusing on the design and fabrication of printed sensors for environmental and human monitoring, and food safety. Her research is also part of the “STEX - smart textile for monitoring muscles activity”, a project in which she investigates the possibility to realize wearable physical and chemical sensors for human monitoring in sport application in collaboration with South-Tyrolean companies.
46025 · ING-INF/01 · Corso di Dottorato di ricerca in Advanced-Systems Engineering · EN
46039 · ING-INF/01 · Corso di Dottorato di ricerca in Advanced-Systems Engineering · EN
46039 · ING-INF/01 · Corso di Dottorato di ricerca in Food Engineering and Biotechnology (Ingegneria e biotecnologia degli alimenti) · EN
44710 · ING-INF/01 · Corso di laurea magistrale in Scienze degli alimenti per l'innovazione e l’autenticità · EN
Physical and chemical sensors
Flexible and stretchable sensors