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Conference speaker

Luisa Torsi


Luisa Torsi


Università degli Studi Bari, Italy and Abo Academy University, Finland

Talk: Sensing at the zeptomolar concentration level with large area bioelectronic interfaces

Luisa Torsi is professor of chemistry at the University of Bari and adjunct professor at the Abo University (FI). In 2010 Torsi was awarded the H.E. Merck prize and she is also the winner of the Wilhelm Exner Medal 2021(opens in new tab/window)

Her research is centered on transistor bio-electronic systems capable of detecting a single protein marker or a single virus in real, non-pretreated samples of blood or saliva. Torsi is the author of over 220 articles. Her works have collected almost 14,000 citations contributing to reach an h-index of 56 (google scholar). Research funding raised for over € 26 million.

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