eloise bihar
Postdoctoral Associate • Lecturer
Mechanical Engineering

Eloise’s current research focuses on the fabrication of printed autonomous biosensors for monitoring human and plant metabolites. She aims to develop autonomous, minimally invasive and conformable sensors mounted to living tissue. She joined the BEEM Lab in 2021 as a Research Associate. In Spring 2022, she was the Primary Instructor for the graduate "Thermodynamics & Kinetics" course for the MSE Program. In January 2023, she will be the Primary Instructor for the undergraduate "Materials and Science Engineering" course for the Mechanical Engineering program at CU Boulder.



  • ​Ph.D., Microelectronics, Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne, Gardanne, France, 2017
  • M.Sc., Engineering, Grenoble INP-Pagora, Grenoble, France, 2010


Professional Profile

  • ​2021 – Present: Research Associate / Lecturer, BEEM Lab, University of Colorado-Boulder, USA
  • 2017 – 2020: Postdoctoral fellow, Omega Lab / Organic Bioelectronics Lab, KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
  • 2013 – 2016: PhD student, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Gardanne, France
  • 2011 – 2013: Research engineer, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Gardanne, France


Selected Publications

  • Printed Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Detecting Nutrients in Whole Plant Sap
    E J Strand, E Bihar, S M Gleason, S Han, S W Schreiber, M N Renny, G G Malliaras, R R McLeod, G L Whiting
    Advanced Electronic Materials 8 (4), 2100853 (2022)
  • Ink Engineering of Transport Layers for 9.5% Efficient All‐Printed Semitransparent Nonfullerene Solar Cells
    D Corzo, E Bihar, EB Alexandre, D Rosas‐Villalva, D Baran
    Advanced Functional Materials 31 (7), 2005763 (2021)
  • Inkjet-printed Ti3C2Tx MXene electrodes for multimodal cutaneous biosensing
     A Saleh, S Wustoni, E Bihar, JK El-Demellawi, Y Zhang, A Hama, V Druet, Arief Yudhanto, Gilles Lubineau, Husam N Alshareef, Sahika Inal
    Journal of Physics: Materials 3 (4), 044004 (2020)
  • Fully Printed, Ultrathin And Conformable Water-Resistant Organic Photovoltaics As Power Source For Biological Applications
    E. Bihar, D. Corzo , T. C. Hidalgo, D. Rosas-Villalva, K. N. Salama, S. Inal, D. Baran
    Advanced Materials Technologies 5 (8), 2000226 (2020)
  • A paper-based inkjet-printed PEDOT: PSS/ZnO sol-gel hydrazine sensor
    T. Beduk, E Bihar, SG Surya, AN Castillo, S Inal, KN Salama
    Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 306, 127539 (2020)
  • A fully inkjet-printed disposable glucose sensor on paper
    E. Bihar, S. Wustoni, A. M. Pappa, K. N. Salama, D. Baran, S. Inal
    NPJ Flexible electronics 2 (1), 30 (2018)
  • Fully printed electrodes on stretchable textiles for long‐term electrophysiology
    E. Bihar, T. Roberts, E. Ismailova, M. Saadaoui, M. Isik, A.S. Sanchez, D. Mecerreyes, T. Hervé, J.B. De Graaf, G.G. Malliaras
    Advanced Materials Technologies 2 (4), (2017)