|METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTORS NANOWIRE SENSORS INVESTIGATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOOD FIELDS
I have a long-standing interest and commitment for all that concerns the food chain, from the agricultural field to the consumer table. In particular, food safety, sustainable agriculture and food industry, innovative technologies for food applications and environmental monitoring. My research activity is focused in developing and testing new sensors for the environmental monitoring and food safety. The production of sensitive, reliable, low-cost sensors represents the best opportunity in order to imrpove the fields described above. Sensors are based on semiconductor metal-oxide and carbon based nanomaterials with low-dimensional structure (2D,1D,0D) technologies.
Matteo Soprani was born in Carpi, Italy in 1991. He received his B.Sc. (2013) in Food and Agricultural Science and Technology and M.Sc. (2015) in Food Safety and Control from University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. Furthermore, he has partecipated at the Erasmus+ Trainesheep program at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK.
He joined SENSOR Lab in 2016, and presently he is a Ph.D student at the University of Brescia. His research activities are focused on the characterization of nanostructured metal oxides gas and chemical sensors for different applications particularly, environmental and food fields.
Curriculum: Physical Sciences for Engineering
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