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 **Description and CV of the personnel carrying out the project** **Description and CV of the personnel carrying out the project**
  
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 **Michele Giugliano (gender: male; orcid.org/0000-0003-2626-594X)** graduated in Electronic Engineering at the Univ. of Genova (Italy) in 1997, summa cum laude, and obtained a PhD in Bioengineering with distinction in 2001, from the Polytechnic University of Milan. In 1997-2001, he worked at the Dept. of Biophysical and Electronic Engineering (Univ. of Genoa) with M. Grattarola, who was one of the pioneers of the technique of microelectrode arrays. In 2001 he became Human Frontiers Science Program long-term fellow and moved to the Dept. of Physiology of the Univ. Bern (Switzerland), where he combined conventional patch-clamp with arrays of microelectrodes. In 2005-08, he was group leader at the Brain Mind Institute (EPFL, Switzerland) with Prof. H. Markram, where he exploited carbon nanotubes to interface artificial devices to neurons. From 2008 to 2019, he has been Full Professor at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) and since 2019 he is Principal Investigator at SISSA and leads an interdisciplinary group of researchers, active in Neuroscience & Neuroengineering. He has been visiting academic at the EPFL (Switzerland) and at the Univ. Sheffield (UK).  **Michele Giugliano (gender: male; orcid.org/0000-0003-2626-594X)** graduated in Electronic Engineering at the Univ. of Genova (Italy) in 1997, summa cum laude, and obtained a PhD in Bioengineering with distinction in 2001, from the Polytechnic University of Milan. In 1997-2001, he worked at the Dept. of Biophysical and Electronic Engineering (Univ. of Genoa) with M. Grattarola, who was one of the pioneers of the technique of microelectrode arrays. In 2001 he became Human Frontiers Science Program long-term fellow and moved to the Dept. of Physiology of the Univ. Bern (Switzerland), where he combined conventional patch-clamp with arrays of microelectrodes. In 2005-08, he was group leader at the Brain Mind Institute (EPFL, Switzerland) with Prof. H. Markram, where he exploited carbon nanotubes to interface artificial devices to neurons. From 2008 to 2019, he has been Full Professor at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) and since 2019 he is Principal Investigator at SISSA and leads an interdisciplinary group of researchers, active in Neuroscience & Neuroengineering. He has been visiting academic at the EPFL (Switzerland) and at the Univ. Sheffield (UK). 
  
 MG has a very strong experience in leading and participating in collaborative interdisciplinary research project. MG is currently coordinating the BRAINLEAP FP7 FET project on novel neuron-device interfacing, and the NAMASEN FP7 ITN consortium on Neuroengineering training. He is part of the HUMAN BRAIN PROJECT, and he has been a member of the NEUROACT FP7 IAPP consortium on exploitation of novel technologies for neurodegenerative disorders. MG has previously been PI in the ENLIGHTENMENT FP7 FET project on Optogenetics, and he was partner and co-initiator of the MERIDIAN FP7 NMP, ACIN FP7 MATERA, and NEURONANO FP6 NMP projects, all three involving carbon-based nanomaterials or nanoparticles and focusing on their exploitation for brain interfacing applications. He is finally coordinating or participating in several local, (inter)national joint projects (funded by Belspo, SNSF, IWT, FWO, Royal Society), hosted a Marie-Curie incoming fellow, and was member of CEREBNET & C7 FP7 ITN consortia, training several researchers. MG has a very strong experience in leading and participating in collaborative interdisciplinary research project. MG is currently coordinating the BRAINLEAP FP7 FET project on novel neuron-device interfacing, and the NAMASEN FP7 ITN consortium on Neuroengineering training. He is part of the HUMAN BRAIN PROJECT, and he has been a member of the NEUROACT FP7 IAPP consortium on exploitation of novel technologies for neurodegenerative disorders. MG has previously been PI in the ENLIGHTENMENT FP7 FET project on Optogenetics, and he was partner and co-initiator of the MERIDIAN FP7 NMP, ACIN FP7 MATERA, and NEURONANO FP6 NMP projects, all three involving carbon-based nanomaterials or nanoparticles and focusing on their exploitation for brain interfacing applications. He is finally coordinating or participating in several local, (inter)national joint projects (funded by Belspo, SNSF, IWT, FWO, Royal Society), hosted a Marie-Curie incoming fellow, and was member of CEREBNET & C7 FP7 ITN consortia, training several researchers.
  
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 +**Diletta POZZI** 
 +  * Master in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology, [[https://en.unito.it|University of Turin]] 
 +  * PhD in Neurobiology with Vincent Torre at [[https://www.sissa.it|SISSA]] 
 +  * Postdoc with Anthony Ricci at [[http://med.stanford.edu|Stanford School of Medicine]] 
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 +**Valentina Perrera** 
 +  * Postdoc with Graziano Martello at Dept. Molecular Medicine, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Padua|Univ. Padova]] 
 +  * Postdoc with Rossella Tupler at Dept. of Life Sciences, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Modena_and_Reggio_Emilia|Univ. Modena & Reggio Emilia]] 
 +  * EMBO postdoc with Vincent Colot, at Institut de Biologie de [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/École_normale_supérieure_(Paris)|l'École normale supérieure, Paris]] 
 +  * PhD in Genetics with Thomas Jenuwein at Vienna BioCenter and the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Planck_Institute_of_Immunobiology_and_Epigenetics|Max Planck Institute for Immunology and Epigenetics]], Freiburg im Breisgau 
 +  * Master in Biotechnology for Industry and Scientific Research at [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Palermo|University of Palermo]] 
 +  * Bachelor in Biotechnology at [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Palermo|University of Palermo]] 
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 **List of previous relevant projects/activities**  **List of previous relevant projects/activities**