Giovanni Marinaro, PhD, postdoc.
My current activity focuses on the research and development on chip-integrated nanofluidic single cell processing and analysis by mass
spectrometry(MS)-based proteomics. The activity includes a broad range of micro/nanofluidic techniques, surface modification, femto-liter fluid control, droplet generation, femto-liter
chromatography and reaction chemistry and a cutting-edge platform for performing single-cell
My skills are also in scientific computing and nanosciences with know-how in modelling and programming. I also have experience in making nanostructures and microfluidic devices in Si technology. I have practical experience in a number of analytical techniques such as electrochemical characterization, Raman spectroscopy, Confocal microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, particle image velocimetry, Mach-Zehnder Interferometry, X-ray Diffraction, etc.
I have personal scientific interests in production, experimental study and modelling of nanostructures for biomedical engineering and droplet-based microfluidics.