Mohssen Moridi obtained his master’s degree in micro engineering from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland), where he also received his PhD in microsystems, in 2005 and 2011, respectively. After a postdoctoral period at EPFL, in 2012 he joined the Microcity research centre in Neuchatel (Switzerland) as a senior scientist to supervise and work on several projects to develop new MEMS sensors in collaboration with industrial partners and academic institutes. He worked on developing different kind of sensors such as optical detectors, magnetic sensors, integrated silicon amorphous photodiode detectors, ASIC post processing sensing devices, biomedical devices, microfluidic, hybrid and Lab-on-a-chip sensors. His more than 10 years of working experience with microsystem technology and cleanrooms gives him a broad knowledge and expertise with many sensing technologies, microfabrication, process development, and device characterization. Recently he joined CTR as the head of the Microsystems Technologies department.