Leandro Lorenzelli received the Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Genova in 1994 and a PhD in 1998 in Electronics Materials and Technologies at University of Trento and focused on the development of CMOS-based electrochemical microsensors. Since 1998 he joined the staff of the ITC-irst Microsystems Division (now FBK-CMM) and he was involved in the realisation of microsystems for biomedical, environmental and agro-food applications.
Since 2005 he was head, at FBK-CMM, for the BioMEMS research area with specific tasks in the microfabrication technologies for both BioMEMS and microtransducers.
Since 2013 is coordinator of the Microsystems Technology (MST) research unit at FBK.
July 11, 2017Better, Faster Detection of AFM1 Contamination in MilkA breakthrough in the dairy industry has been achieved with the development of new high-tech devices for improving quality control, particularly regarding contamination by the fungal toxicant aflatoxin M1 (AFM1)