Imperial College London
Research Project: Hybrid e-skin micro-needle sensing system enabled by additive manufacturing
Supervisors: Felice Torrisi (ICL), Tony Cass (ICL)
Martin has graduated from Imperial College with BSc Chemistry (2019) and MRes Nanomaterials (2020), having worked on new materials for organic solar cells and graphene-based microneedle biosensors, respectively. He has extensive experience developing and commercialising scientific instruments, including an ultra-small potentiostat at Vestigen and low-cost near-infrared spectrometers for identification of polymers and fabrics at Matoha. In his PhD project, he is using new materials such as graphene and MXenes to create microneedle-based wearable biosensors, enabling accurate wearable health monitoring.