Kaust provides a unique environment where research could envisage to go beyond the limits of the possible.
- Inkjet printing technologies
- Wearable electronics
- Organic electronics electrophysiology
Kaust, Building 2, Level 4, 4266-WS09
- Ph.D., Microelectronics, Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne, Gardanne, France, 2016
- M.Sc., Engineering, Grenoble INP-Pagora, Grenoble, France, 2010
Eloise is a postdoctoral fellow specialized in the field of Printed electronics for biomedical applications.
Education and early career
Eloise received her M.Sc. in engineering, from Grenoble INP-Pagora, in Grenoble, France, in 2010. She later received her PhD. in bioelectronics from Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne in France in 2016 under the guidance of Prof. George Malliaras.
She is currently working in Prof. Khaled Salama’s group, in collaboration with the groups of Prof. Inal and Prof. Baran.
Eloise’s current research focuses on the fabrication of printed autonomous biosensors for monitoring human metabolites. She aims to develop cutaneous, minimally invasive and conformable sensors mounted on the skin.
- A fully inkjet-printed disposable glucose sensor on paper
E Bihar, S Wustoni, AM Pappa, KN Salama, D Baran, S Inal
npj Flexible Electronics 2 (1), 30 (2018)
- Fully printed all-polymer tattoo/textile electronics for electromyography
E Bihar, T Roberts, Y Zhang, E Ismailova, T Hervé, GG Malliaras, ...
Flexible and Printed Electronics 3 (3), 034004 (2018)
- Fully printed electrodes on stretchable textiles for long‐term electrophysiology
E. Bihar, T. Roberts, E. Ismailova, M. Saadaoui, M. Isik, A.S. Sanchez, D. Mecerreyes, T. Hervé, J.B. De Graaf, G.G. Malliaras
Advanced Materials Technologies 2 (4), (2017)
- Inkjet‐printed PEDOT: PSS electrodes on paper for electrocardiography
E. Bihar, T. Roberts, M. Saadaoui, T. Hervé, J.B. De Graaf, G.G. Malliaras
Advanced Healthcare Materials 6 (6), (2017)
- A disposable paper breathalyzer with an alcohol sensing organic electrochemical transistor
E. Bihar, Y. Deng, T. Miyake, M. Saadaoui, G.G. Malliaras, M. Rolandi
Scientific Reports 6, (2016)