Droplet-based optofluidics for biosensing and nano-bio-photonics applications
|Abdel I. El Abed（Associate Professor）Paris Saclay University
|Tue, 2015-08-06 11: 00-12：00
|physics building 616
Plasma technologies might play important role in energy harvesting in the near future. Not only that plasma nanotechnology is the only method that can synthesise large quantities of nanomaterials like nanowires, nanotubes or nanoparticles which are appropriate for use in energy harvesting devices like PVs (photovoltaic), water splitting cells, etc., but can produce superstructure single-crystalline materials as well as improve performance of already existing devices and its materials through electron-matter impacts.
1.Highly sensitive and quantitative detection of DNA mutations.
2. Formation and control of monodisperse LCs droplets driven by an alternating current electric field.
3. Real-time detection and analysis of whispering gallery mode resonances in fast flowing and steady monodisperse microdroplets.