Marco Miali is a PhD student supported by the Politecnico di Bari and the Italian Institute of Technology. He is currently working in the Laboratory of Nanotechnology for Precision Medicine at Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia under the supervisions of Prof. Paolo Decuzzi (IIT) and Prof. Giuseppe Pascazione (PoliBA).
His research activities focus on the realization of biomimicking microfluidic systems and the analysis of nanoparticle transport therein.
He completed his MSc Degree in Civil Engineering at Politecnico di Bari in July 2016, presenting a thesis in Structural Diagnostic in Civil and Mechanical application, titled “Tecniche non distruttive per l'ingegneria civile e industriale: sperimentazione e modellazione”. At the same time, he achieved a diploma in Piano at the Conservatorio Nino Rota, Monopoli, Italy.
Following that, he started an internship with Prof. Decuzzi working on the development and design of microfluidic chip, which led him to his current role.