Florent Seichepine received his engineering degree in material science from the national polytechnique intitute of Toulouse, France (2008) and his M.Sc. degree in Materials, nanomaterials and multi-materials from the University of Toulouse, France (2008). He obtained his PhD (2011) in nanophysics for his work on large scale integration of carbon nanotube interconnection while working for LAAS-CNRS, CIRIMAT-CNRS and INTEL Ireland.
From 2012 to 2016, he was a research assistant in the Frey initiative research unit in RIKEN, Kobe, Japan.
He joined the Hamlyn Centre for Medical Robotics, Imperial College London, UK in May 2016 as a Research Associate, and took since the responsability of head of the Centre research facilities.
His research are mainly focused on microfabrication, packaging of CMOS and microsensors and the use of nanomaterials for electronics and sensing in biological environments.
He currently pursues research on flexible electronics for medical application, nanosensors and electronics for microrobotics.
et al., 2020, Liquid seal for compact micro-piston actuation at capillary tip, Science Advances, Vol:6, ISSN:2375-2548
et al., 2019, Floating magnetic microrobots for fiber functionalization, Science Robotics, Vol:4, ISSN:2470-9476
et al., 2019, Monolithic CMOS sensor platform featuring an array of 9 ' 216 carbon-nanotube-sensor elements and low-noise, wide-bandwidth and wide-dynamic-range readout circuitry, Sensors and Actuators B-chemical, Vol:279, ISSN:0925-4005, Pages:255-266
et al., 2019, Towards a Flexible Wrist-Worn Thermotherapy and Thermoregulation Device, 19th Annual IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE), IEEE, Pages:644-648, ISSN:2471-7819
Kassanos P, Seichepine F, Yang G-Z, 2019, Characterization and Modeling of a Flexible Tetrapolar Bioimpedance Sensor and Measurements of Intestinal Tissues, 19th Annual IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE), IEEE, Pages:686-690, ISSN:2471-7819