Gian Luca Barbruni

EPFL STI IEM ICLAB
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CH-2000 Neuchâtel

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EPFL STI IBI-STI LNE
B3 3 238.134 (Campus Biotech bâtiment B3)
Ch. des Mines 9
CH-1202 Genève

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INF 341 (Bâtiment INF)
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Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Research interests: 
  •  Visual Prostheses
  •  Analog and digital CMOS design
  •  ULP and Miniaturised IC
  •  Wireless power transfer and communication
  •  Spreadable Bioelectronics
  •  Biosensors

Education

High School's Diploma

Scientific PNI

Mater Misericordiae (Italy)

2014

B.Sc.

Biomedical Engineer

Politecnico di Torino (Italy)

2017

M.Sc.

Biomedical Instrumentation

Politecnico di Torino (Italy)

2019

Publications

Infoscience publications

Other publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching Assistant

  • Bio-nano-chip design (EE-517): Introduction to heterogeneous integration for Nano-Bio-CMOS sensors on Chip. Understanding and designing of active Bio/CMOS interfaces powered by nanostructures. 

  • Analog circuits for biochip (EE-518): Introduction to analog CMOS design for Remote Biosensors on Chip. Understanding and designing of active and remotely powered biosensing systems. Basic understanding of eh wireless transmission of teh obtained signals.

  • Low-power radio design for IoT (MICRO-416): The basic function of an IoT node is to collect data and send it through a wireless channel to the cloud. Since the power consumption of an IoT node is largely dominated by the wireless communication, it is therefore key to understand the trade-offs faced when designing the radio.