Felice Torrisi is a Senior Lecturer in Chemistry of 2D materials and Wearable Electronics in the Department of Chemistry and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. He previously held a University Lectureship in Graphene Technology in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge, where he jointly managed the Centre for Doctoral Training in Graphene Technology and the Cambridge Graphene Centre. He graduated at the University of Catania, Italy, after a research period at the Institute of Microelectronics and Microsystems of the Italian National Research Council. Before moving to Imperial College, he worked in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge as a PhD student, then as a Research Fellow and finally as a Lecturer. His research interests span from printed and flexible electronics to photonics with graphene and 2D materials, with particular focus on energy, sensing, wearable electronics and bioelectronics.
Joining the group
We constantly welcome enthusiastic students and postdocs willing to do research at the forefront of nanoscience, bioelectronics and wearable technologies.
Get in touch if you are interested in joining the group: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Unveiling the electronic transport and optical properties of networks of two-dimensional materials: from transition metal dichalchogenides to MXenes
- Magnetic sensors based on chiral graphene systems
example of recent works
et al., 2021, Charge transport mechanisms in inkjet-printed thin-film transistors based on two-dimensional materials, Nature Electronics, Vol:4, ISSN:2520-1131, Pages:893-905
et al., 2021, Graphene production by cracking, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, Vol:379, ISSN:1364-503X, Pages:1-14
et al., 2021, Fibre electronics: towards scaled-up manufacturing of integrated e-textile systems, Nanoscale, Vol:13, ISSN:2040-3364, Pages:12818-12847
et al., 2021, In-situ observation of low-power nano-synaptic response in graphene oxide using conductive atomic force microscopy, Small, ISSN:1613-6810
et al., 2021, Conducting materials as building blocks for electronic textiles, Materials Research Society (mrs) Bulletin, Vol:46, ISSN:0883-7694, Pages:491-501