Victor Druet

PhD Students


Research Interests

Victor intends to establish new electrochemical transistors based on promising conducting polymers for sensing brain metabolism. He is especially interested in the optimization of the living tissue–device communication. His current project involves microfabrication of electronic devices, electrochemical and topological characterization of conjugated polymers and 3D electronics.

Selected Publications

  • Hemiaminal ether linkages provide a selective release of payloads from polymer conjugate 
    F. Seidi, V. Druet, N. Huynh, T. Phakkeereea and D. Crespy
    Chemical Communication, 54, 13730-13733, 2018


  • M.Sc., Material Science, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France, 2018
  • Engineering Diploma in Chemistry and Physics (major in Nano&MicroTechnology), Graduate school of Chemistry, Biology and Physics of Bordeaux (ENSCBP), Bordeaux, France, 2018

Professional Profile

  • 2018: 6-month engineering placement at Cambridge University in the Bioelectronic Systems Technology group of Dr. Roisin Owens, in United-Kingdom
  • 2017: 5-month engineering placement at Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science & Technology, in the Colloid Organic Materials Laboratory of Dr. Daniel Crespy, Thailand

KAUST Affiliations

Biological and Environmental 
Science & Engineering Division (BESE)

Research Interests Keywords

Bioelectronics Electrochemical biosensors Living systems interface Material science