Stéphanie Lacour

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Professeure ordinaire

stephanie.lacour@epfl.ch +41 21 693 11 81 http://lsbi.epfl.ch

Nationalité : French

EPFL STI IMT LSBI
B3 2 229.134 (Campus Biotech batiment B3)
Ch. des Mines 9
CH-1202 Genève

Unité: SMT-ENS

EPFL STI IBI-GE
B3 2 229.134 (Campus Biotech batiment B3)
Ch. des Mines 9
CH-1202 Genève

Unité: EDMI-ENS

EPFL ENT-R CNP
Campus Biotech B3
Ch. des Mines 9
CH-1202 Genève

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Données administratives

Publications

Infoscience

Autres publications

I.M. Graz, D.P.J. Cotton, A. Robinson, S.P. Lacour
Applied Physics Letters, 2011, vol. 98, 124101.
Silicone substrate with in situ relief for stretchable thin-film transistors
S.P. Lacour, S. Benmerah, E. Tarte, J. FitzGerald, J. Serra, S. McMahon, J. Fawcett, O. Graudejus, Z. Yu, B. Morrison III
Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, June 2010, vol. 48, p. 945-954.
Flexible and stretchable micro-electrodes for in vitro and in vivo neural interfaces, Special Issue � Review
S.P. Lacour, J.J. FitzGerald, N. Lago, E. Tarte, S. McMahon, J.W. Fawcett
EEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, special issue on Neural interfaces to the Peripheral Nervous System, 2009, vol. 17, no. 5, p. 454-460.
Micro-channel electrode arrays: a novel type of regenerative peripheral nerve interface (Journal Cover)
D.P. Cotton, I. Graz, S.P. Lacour
EEE Sensors Journal, 2009, vol. 9, no. 12, p. 2008-2009
A Multifunctional Capacitive Sensor for Stretchable Electronic Skins
S.P. Lacour, J. Jones, S. Wagner, T. Li, Z. Suo
Proceedings of the IEEE on Flexible Electronics Technology, 2005, vol. 93, no. 8, p. 1459-1467.
Stretchable interconnects for elastic electronic surfaces
S. P�richon Lacour, S. Wagner, Z. Huang, Z. Suo
Applied Physics Letters, 2003, vol. 82, no.15, p. 2404-2406.
Stretchable gold conductors on elastomeric substrates
S. P�richon, V. Lysenko, B. Remaki, B. Champagnon, D. Barbier
Journal of Applied Physics, 1999, vol. 86, no.8, p. 4700-4702.
Measurement of porous silicon thermal conductivity by micro-Raman scattering