Emilia Peltola

Contingent Worker
Contingent Worker
T410 Dept. Electrical Engineering and Automation
Full researcher profile
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Telefonnummer
+358504354505

Forskningsgrupp

  • Microsystems Technology, Visitor (Faculty)

Publikationer

Modulating the Geometry of the Carbon Nanofiber Electrodes Provides Control over Dopamine Sensor Performance

Ayesha Kousar, Ishan Pande, Laura Ferrer Pascual, Emilia Peltola, Jani Sainio, Tomi Laurila 2023 Analytical Chemistry

Interface matters - Effects of catalyst layer metallurgy on macroscale morphology and electrochemical performance of carbon nanofiber electrodes

Ishan Pande, Laura Ferrer Pascual, Ayesha Kousar, Emilia Peltola, Hua Jiang, Tomi Laurila 2023 Diamond and Related Materials

Carbonaceous Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Biosensing

Emilia Peltola, Tomi Laurila 2022 Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences

Nanoscale geometry determines mechanical biocompatibility of vertically aligned nanofibers

Samuel Rantataro, Ilmari Parkkinen, Ishan Pande, Andrii Domanskyi, Mikko Airavaara, Emilia Peltola, Tomi Laurila 2022 Acta Biomaterialia

Nanostructured Geometries Strongly Affect Fouling of Carbon Electrodes

Ayesha Kousar, Emilia Peltola, Tomi Laurila 2021 ACS Omega

Shape Memory Polymer-Based Insertable Electrode Array towards Minimally Invasive Subdural Implantation

Anastasiia Kravtcova, Antoniya Toncheva, Samuel Rantataro, Emilia Peltola, Jean-Marie Raquez, Pierre Lambert, Quan Zhou 2021 IEEE Sensors Journal

Biofouling affects the redox kinetics of outer and inner sphere probes on carbon surfaces drastically differently - implications to biosensing

Emilia Peltola, Anja Aarva, Sami Sainio, Joonas J. Heikkinen, Niklas Wester, Ville Jokinen, Jari Koskinen, Tomi Laurila 2020 Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP

Fabrication of micro- and nanopillars from pyrolytic carbon and tetrahedral amorphous carbon

Joonas J. Heikkinen, Emilia Peltola, Niklas Wester, Jari Koskinen, Tomi Laurila, Sami Franssila, Ville Jokinen 2019 Micromachines

Inorganic particulate matter in the lung tissue of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis patients reflects population density and fine particle levels

Kati Mäkelä, Hely Ollila, Eva Sutinen, Vesa Vuorinen, Emilia Peltola, Riitta Kaarteenaho, Marjukka Myllärniemi 2019 Annals of Diagnostic Pathology

Hybrid Carbon Nanostructures for Direct Neuronal Interfacing

Emilia Peltola 2019 Frontiers in materials