Tania Hidalgo Castillo

PhD Student, KAUST


Tania completed her Bachelor's degree in Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering, UDLAP, Puebla, Mexico in 2016. She is currently a Ph.D student in Organic Bioelectronics Laboratory at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology,

Tania’s current research focuses on optimizing the fabrication process used for building biosensors and studying the dynamics of electronic-ionic conduction. She’s interested in developing new fabrication techniques that lead to easy read-out of biological signals, as well as testing and characterizing such systems.

All sessions by Tania Hidalgo Castillo

Pecha-Kucha Talks
10:40 AM
Amruth C

Post-doctoral Fellow, KAUST

Mariavittoria Craighero

PhD Student, Chalmers University of Technology & CNRS - University of Strasbourg

Federico Ferrari

PhD Student, University of Groningen

Tania Hidalgo Castillo

PhD Student, KAUST

Xinyu Wang

PhD Student, National University of Singapore