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Valeria Criscuolo


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Tissue Electronics





Valeria Criscuolo was born in Naples, Italy, in 1988. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Chemical Sciences at the ‘Federico II’ University of Naples (Italy) with specialization in organic synthesis. She received a PhD in 2017 in Chemical Sciences with the focus on organic and nature-inspired electronics, in a joint partnership between the ‘Federico II’ University of Naples and ENEA Research Center of Portici (Italy). During the PhD course she was a visiting student at the Rolandi's group in Seattle UW (2015) and Santa Cruz, California, UCSC (2016). In June 2017, she joined the Falconi Lab at University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) as post doc in collaboration with IIT CABHC in Naples (Italy) working on epidermal electronic devices. In November 2019 she joined the 'Tissue Electronics' lab at CABHC-Naples as clean room junior technician.


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