Marzia Quaglio is Researcher at the Center IIT@POLITO of the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Turin, Italy.
She graduated in Material Science and Engineering in 2004 at the Politecnico di Torino and received her Ph.D. in Electronic Devices from the same institute in 2008. Her research activity started with a main focus on MEMS and NEMS for application in life science, with particular interest to polymer processing for the development of all-polymeric Lab On a Chips for genomic analysis and the design of nano-optics for biological detection. In 2007, she collaborated with the University of Wisconsin at Madison as a Fellow. In 2008 she had a post-doc position at the Politecnico di Torino. In 2009 she joined IIT, contributing to the start-up of the Center for Space Human Robotics. Her research activity moved to the design and development of materials and technologies of portable systems for energy harvesting and storage.
She is currently involved in the Bio-Inspired Energy research line, with particular interest on bio-electrochemical systems (BES) for the valorization of environmental and waste waters through energy and chemicals production.
MUES (Microbial Fuel Cells as Underwater Power Enablers for Sensors )_ Durata: 2016 – 2018 _ Ruolo: PI per IIT _ Progetto finanziato dal Ministero della Difesa.
NICOP (New Catalytic Materials for Innovative Cathodes in Microbial Fuel Cells for Long-Term Energy Production in Marine Systems)_ Durata: 2014 – 2017 _ Ruolo: PI _ Progetto finanziato da Office of the Naval Research Global – ONRG.
FLAP (Future Launcher Avionic Program)_ Durata: 2012 – 2015 _ Ruolo: PI per IIT_ Progetto finanziato dalla Regione Piemonte.
VERDE-PIEZO (Da vibrazioni ad energia con dispositivi eco-compatibili piezoelettrici)_ Durata: 2011 – 2014 _ Ruolo: PI per IIT _ Progetto finanziato dalla Regione Piemonte.
Vitale A, Quaglio M, Chiodoni A., Bejtka K., Cocuzza M., Pirri C.F., Bongiovanni R., Oxygen-Inhibition Lithography for the Fabrication of Multipolymeric Structures, Advanced Materials, 27, 2015, 4560-4565
Bella F., Sacco A., Massaglia G., Chiodoni A., Pirri C.F., Quaglio M, Dispelling clichés at the nanoscale: the true effect of polymer electrolytes on the performance of dye-sensitized solar cells, Nanoscale, 7, 2015, 12010-12017
Lamberti A., Chiodoni A, Shahzad N, Bianco S, Quaglio M, Pirri C.F., Ultrafast room-temperature crystallization of TiO2 nanotubes exploiting water-vapor treatment, Scientific Reports, 5, 2015, 7808
Hernández S, Tortello M, Sacco A., Quaglio M, Meyer T, Bianco S, Saracco G, Pirri C.F., Tresso E.,New Transparent Laser-Drilled Fluorine-doped Tin Oxide covered Quartz Electrodes for Photo-Electrochemical Water Splitting, Electrochimica Acta, 131, 2014, 184-194
Lamberti A, Gazia R, Sacco A, Bianco S, Quaglio M, Chiodoni A, Tresso E, , Pirri C.F, Coral-shaped ZnO nanostructures for dye-sensitized solar cell photoanodes, Progress in Photovoltaics: Research and Applications, 22, 2014, 189-197
Vitale A, Quaglio M, Marasso S.L., Chiodoni A., Cocuzza M., Bongiovanni R, Direct photolithography of perfluoropolyethers for solvent-resistant microfluidics, Langmuir, 29, 2013, 15711-15718
Pasquardini L., Potrich C, Quaglio M, Lamberti A., Guastella S, Lunelli L, Cocuzza M, Vanzetti L, Pirri C.F., Pederzolli C., Solid phase DNA extraction on PDMS and direct amplification, Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for Chemistry and Biology, 11, 2011, 4029-4035
Descrovi E., Sfez T, Quaglio M, Brunazzo D, Dominici L, Michelotti F, Herzig H.P., Martin O.J.F., Giorgis F, Guided bloch surface waves on ultrathin polymeric ridges, Nano Letters, 10, 2010, 2087-2091
Quaglio M, Canavese G., Giuri E., Marasso S.L., Perrone D, Cocuzza M, Pirri C.F., Evaluation of different PDMS interconnection solutions for silicon, Pyrex and COC microfluidic chips, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 18, 2008, 055012