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Nanostructures for chemical and biological sensors

Objective: development of nanotransducers for "label-free" electrical or optical detection of organic molecules.

The field of portable and low cost chemical and biological sensors is expanding. The applications are numerous: personalized medicine of tomorrow with point of care biomarker diagnosis, continuous monitoring of the environment with the quality of air, water and biological media, agrifood .. Our challenge is to manufacture transducing nanostructures while optimizing their characteristics: geometry, sensitivity, specificity, stability, reliability and robustness.

  

Studies are carried out along three research axes:

FETs based on semiconductor nanonets for electrical detection of biomolecules: DNA, acetone

FETs based on semiconductor nanowires for DNA electrical detection

Optical chemical sensors in guided mode

Contact

Valérie Stambouli
(Valerie.Stambouli@grenoble-inp.fr)

Permanent staff

current non permanent staff (2018)

- PhD students:
Fanny Morisot, Morgane Bonnel, Mónica Vallejo Pérez, Tabassom Arjimand, Romain Bange
- Post-docs:
Thuy Nguyen, Maxime Legallais, Youngjin Kim

Current collaborators (2018)

- IMEP-LAHC, IMEM (Italie), SIMAP, Univ. Tampa (Floride, USA), KTH (Sweeden), LTM, ams Tech. (Austria), DCM (France), ENI Sfax (Tunisia), KTH (Sweden), Waterloo University (Canada), University of Pennsylvania (USA), Villanova University (USA)

FunSurf Research Topics

Date of update May 13, 2019

  • Tutelle CNRS
  • Tutelle Grenoble INP
Univ. Grenoble Alpes