Prof. Annalisa BONFIGLIO is Full professor of Electronic Bioengineering at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering – University of Cagliari (ITALY). She received the “laurea degree” in Physics at University of Genoa (ITALY) in 1991, and the PhD degree in Bioengineering at the Politecnico di Milano in 1996. In 1996 she joined the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of University of Cagliari (ITALY) as assistant professor, then from 2005 as associate professor of electronics, finally, since 2016, as full professor of Electronic Bioengineering. She teaches courses of Bioelectronics for Biomedical Engineering students. From 2012 to 2017 she has been the Coordinator of the Course of Studies of Biomedical Engineering. From 2015 to 2017, she has served as Vice – Rector for Innovation and Territorial Strategies. Since 2017, she is serving as President of the Centro Ricerche, Studi Superiori in Sardegna (CRS4).
She has been the General Coordinator of the Integrated Project EU IST-26987 PROETEX – Protection E-Textiles (2006 -2010, 12 ME, 23 partners). She has been unit coordinator of the project EU IST-231500 ROBOSKIN (2009-2012, 4,7 ME, 6 partners). She is presently unit coordinator of the projects: EU NMP– 263073 HYMEC (2010-2013, 4,1 ME, 9 partners) and EU-IST- 611070 I-FLEXIS (2013- 2016, 5,2 ME, 9 partners). He has been responsible for other cooperation programs funded by several international agencies (LANL, American Alzheimer Association). She has been involved several MIUR-PRIN projects and other (LR7, POR) regional scale projects. More recently, in PON projects as local coordinator.
She has been appointed as Project Evaluator by the European Commission during the Vth, the VI, the VII FrameProgrammes in several research areas (Health, IST/ICT, NMP, FET).
She is among the founders of the academic spinoff Tech-On-You srl.
She is author of more than 150 papers in international journals and conference proceeding, of whom more than 80 in international journals of high impact. She also holds 11 patents in the field of Sensors/Biosensors/Organic Electronic devices.