COLLEGE: Kellogg College
Oxford Thermofluids Institute
Federico completed his bachelor degree in Bioengineering in 2016 at Politecnico of Milano. He moved to Chicago to pursue a master degree in biomechanical engineering. While in the US, he started working on microfluidic devices as research assistant in Dr.Papautsky Laboratory.
He is now pursuing his PhD at University of Oxford in Dr.Walsh Group. His research focuses on automatically perfused cells cultures in fluid-walled microfluidic circuits.
- Fluid-walled microfluidics
- Laplace-driven flow in open microfluidic circuits
- Colloidal suspensions dynamic interfacial tension
- Single cells cloning
- 3D miniaturized cell cultures