Andrea Nonis is a doctoral student who completed his undergraduate studies in chemistry at the University of Geneva. In his Masters thesis he carefully evaluated the constant potential coulometry method for achieve ultra-high sensitivity readout of fluoride with the LaF3-based ion-selective electrode, which been published. He currently works on surface confined ion transfer voltammetry principles in order to introduce a novel class of affinty biosensors.
(407)   Ultrasensitive Sensing of pH and Fluoride with Enhanced Constant Potential Coulometry at Membrane Electrodes, Nussbaum, R.; Nonis, A.; Jeanneret, S.; Cherubini, T.; Bakker, E. Sens. Actuators, B, 2023, 392, 134101. DOI: 10.1016/j.snb.2023.134101 (open access).