Polymer microrings for biosensing in the visible and near-IR wavelength region
Lab-on-a-chip label-free biosensors
Main Researcher: Rodica Morarescu
Polymer ring resonators have the potential of being extremely cheap to fabricate. Moreover, when they are operated in the visible wavelength range, they can be combined with cheap off-the-shelf light sources and detectors, resulting in very cheap read-out instruments.
This research takes place in collaboration with Dalian University, China, which provides the polymer.
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Xiaonan Han, Xiuyou Han, Yuchen Shao, Zhenlin Wu, Yuxin Liang, Jie Teng, Shuhui Bo, G. Morthier, M. Zhao,
Polymer Integrated Waveguide Optical Biosensor by Using Spectral Splitting Effect, Photonic Sensors, (2017) .
Yuchen Shao, Xiuyou Han, Zhili Lu, Zhenlin Wu, Jie Teng, Jinyan Wang, G. Morthier, Mingshan Zhao,
Optimal design of 850 nm 2x2 Multimode Interference Polymer Waveguide Coupler by Imprint Technique, Photonic Sensors, 6(3), p.234-242 (2016) .
R. Morarescu, P. Pal, BENEITEZ Nuria Teigell, MISSINNE Jeroen, STEENBERGE Geert Van , P. Bienstman, G. Morthier,
Fabrication and Characterization of High-Optical-Quality-Factor Hybrid Polymer Microring Resonators Operating at Very Near Infrared Wavelengths, IEEE Photonics Journal, 8, p.6600409 (2016) .
R. Morarescu, P. Pal, BENEITEZ Nuria Teigell, MISSINNE Jeroen, STEENBERGE Geert Van, P. Bienstman, G. Morthier,
Nanoimprint Fabrication of Hybrid Polymer Microring Resonators Operating at Very Near Infrared Wavelengths, European Conference on Integrated Optics (ECIO 2016), Poland, p.paper ECIO/p-03 (2016) .
R. Morarescu, P. Pal, X. Han, M. Zhao, P. Bienstman, G. Morthier,
Polymer Microring Resonators for Biosensing Applications by Nanoimprint Lithography, 17th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON), 2015 (invited), Hungary, p.1 to 4 (2015) .