Gdańsk University of Technology

Gdańsk University of Technology

The research conducted in our group is focused on two main areas – fiber optic biosensors and investigation of optical properties of biological tissues.

Developed fiber optic biosensors are based on a broad range of sensing principles – interferometry, spectrometry, polarimetry and intensity. The sensors can measure several important parameters – from temperature and refractive index, to blood hematocrit level.The issues at the focus of our research are mainly whole blood and skin tissues. The research is conducted using several techniques, such as low-coherence interferometry, optical coherence tomography, Raman spectroscopy and microscopy as well as colorimetry and spectroscopy.

Our group also explores also the use of boron-doped diamond for applications in optical biosensing and bioelectronics including various aspects of material preparation and characterization, advanced semiconductor technology, surface modification and surface biofunctionalization.

Contact Person

Dr Malgorzata Jedrzejewska-Szczerska
e-mail: mjedrzej@eti.pg.gda.pl

Address

Gdańsk University of Technology
11/12 G. Narutowicza St.
80-233 Gdańsk
Poland

Poland

Website

http://www.pg.gda.pl/en/.

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