We are a multidisciplinary group at the cross-roads of engineering and biology.  Our research explores materials, technology and integration of soft bioelectronic interfaces or “electronic skins”.  We design and characterise stretchable materials and devices, and implement them into ultra-compliant, conformable circuitry and soft biointerfaces.

The field of applications of Soft BioElectronics Interfaces is vast, ranging from novel user touch interfaces, robotic skins to long-term active neuroprosthesis.


27.11.2018 The LSBI is hiring! PostDoc and PhD positions available!
23.10.2018 Congratulations to Sandra for a nerve on a chip paper in Nature Communication!
25.09.2018 Congratulations to Giuseppe who won first place at the Falling Walls Lab Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions in Brussels!
04.06.2018 Welcome to Noaf Alwahab who joins the lab as a doctoral student!