Welcome to Saber Hammami, new research engineer !

Saber received in 2017 the PhD degree in electrical engineering from the University of Grenoble Alpes. His Ph.D. dissertation was the analysis of electrical conduction in dielectric elastomer transducers. In September 2017 he joined the Polytech Marseille School of Engineering, where he was an temporary lecturer and research assistant. In 2019 he joined C2N Center for Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies, University Paris-Saclay, in charge of the development of plasmonic resonator on Nano-functionnalisation of flexible support for optics and imaging. In 2020 he continued his research in plasmonics at the IEMN institute by Investigation of thermoplasmonic coupling using SAW devices.
Currently, he is working as a research engineer in charge of the combination of miniature multiplex resonant biosensor with microfluidic technology for the detection of potential contamination in blood products for the European project named MiMédi (Microtechniques for Innovative Medicines).