SELF- HEALABLE CONDUCTING POLYMERS
IN VIVO ORGANIC BIOELECTRONICS
PATTERNING AND PRINTING FOR FLEXIBLE ELECTRONICS
METAL OXIDE ELECTRONICS
MIXED IONIC ELECTRONIC TRANSPORT IN ORGANIC DEVICES
CARBON BASED ELECTRODES FOR ORGANIC THIN FILM TRANSISTORS
Fabio Cicoira is an associate professor at the Chemical Engineering Department of Polytechnique Montreal.His research interests lie in the field of flexible, stretchable and healable electronics, patterning and processing of organic electronic materials, electrochemical transistors, implantable electrodes, organic field-effect transistors and organic thin film growth.Fabio completed his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne and his undergraduate studies in Chemistry at the Università di Bologna, the latter after an internship at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN). Prior to join Polytechnique Montréal he has been a Marie Curie Fellow at Cornell University, a researcher at the Italian National Research Council and a postdoctoral fellow at the Institut Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique in Montréal.He has published 73 articles in international peer-reviewed scientific journals and several book chapters. His works have been cited more than 2700 times and his ISI H-index is 30 (Google Scholar H-index 35).