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At the BIOnanophotonic Systems laboratory, we develop ultra-sensitive spectroscopy and sensing technologies for real-time, label-free and high-throughput detection and analysis of very low quantities of biomolecules. We employ a variety of nanophotonic technologies including nanoplasmonics and metamaterials. We integrate our on-chip sensor technologies with micro/nanofluidic systems for efficient analyte trapping and manipulation. We introduce new fabrication schemes that can enable high-throughput fabrication of our technologies at low costs over large areas. In addition to biochemical sensing and spectroscopy, we also investigate nanophotonics to develop devices for on-chip optical communications.
The latest news
Li wins 2019 PRIME Conference Silver Leaf Award
Congratulations to Xiaokang Li for receiving the Silver Leaf Award in 2019 conference on Ph.D. Research in Microelectronics and Electronics (PRIME) in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Hatice Altug awarded an ERC Proof of Concept Grant
Hatice Altug, head of the BIOnanophotonic Systems laboratory has been awarded an ERC PoC Grant for her project: “Portable infrared biochemical sensor enabled by pixelated dielectric metasurfaces”