Giorgio Mattana, associate professor, received his MSc in Electronic Engineering and hid PhD in Electronic and Computer Science Engineering from the University of Cagliari (Italy). During his PhD, he spent one year in the USA at Cornell University, as invited PhD student, working on the fabrication of organic electronic devices on natural cotton fibres. After his PhD, he worked for three years as post-doctoral researcher at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland, developing a strong background in printed electronics. He has published more than 10 international peer-reviewed papers and is the co-author of one book chapter. He has also co-authored a patent. He joined the ITODYS laboratory at UPD in 2015, his current research interests are mainly focused on the fabrication and characterisation of inkjet-printed organic transistors and sensors.