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    Optical Biosensing with Nanostructured Surfaces

    Here you will find my PhD thesis. For an introduction to the subject I would recommend any of the review papers I mention along the bibliography. If you are interested in one specific achievement, I invite you to download and distribute (but not to modify) it freely. This is what you will find:

    • A good introduction about optical biosensing

      And I say good because I intended to present the full picture. There exist excellent papers (even books, in some cases) about one or several of these subjects, but I could never find a text about all together. From the point of view of a physicist: a spherical cow, a spherical molecule.

    • A calculation method useful for dielectric waveguides and Surface Polariton modes.

      The transfer-matrix method for complex refractive indices was programmed for stack systems with an arbitrary number of metallic or dielectric layers.

    • A single optical representation tool for surface corrugations and adsorbed particles.

      The Equivalent Layer Approximation used for representing gratings and biomolecule layers, leading to realistic predictions.

    • Multisensing and on-chip reference in Grating Coupler Biosensors.

      A multi-channel design of unlimited scalability, together with, to my knowledge, the first implementation of on-chip reference in these kind of devices.

    • Several working biosensing device setups.

      The fabricated sensors, their instrumentation and the demonstration of their viability.

    • And more...

    Optical Biosensing with Nanostructured Surfaces

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    Published on: 2012-07-25 (3829 reads)

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