Isabella Fiorello is a PhD student in Biorobotics jointly at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa and at the Center for Micro-BioRobotics (CMBR) of Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) in Pontedera (Italy) under the supervision of the CMBR Director, Dr Barbara Mazzolai. She received her Master Degree in Industrial Biotechnology (with honours) from the University of Turin, in April 2017. Her research interests are related to innovative technologies inspired by living organisms. Especially, her PhD project focuses on the development of bio-inspired soft micro-robots and devices inspired by plants.
Taking inspiration from climbing plants: Methodologies and benchmarks - A reviewBioinspiration and Biomimetics, vol. 15, (no. 3)
Biohybrid cathode in single chamber microbial fuel cellNanomaterials, vol. 9, (no. 1)
Rose-Inspired Micro-device with Variable Stiffness for Remotely Controlled Release of Objects in RoboticsLecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 11556 LNAI, pp. 122-133
Artificial system inspired by climbing mechanism of galium aparine fabricated via 3D laser lithographyLecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 10928 LNAI, pp. 168-178
A COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR THE FORMATION OF CATHODIC BIOFILMS IN SINGLE-CHAMBER MICROBIAL FUEL CELLS7th European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference - EFC17
Artificial system inspired by climbing mechanism of galium aparine fabricated via 3D laser lithography