Current affiliation: Universite Catholique de LouvainSubject speciality: Engineering & TechnologyPrimary location: Belgium
Published in:BiofabricationPublication date:2014-05-14
Published in:Lab on a ChipPublication date:2015-01-01
Planar biosensors suffer from the low capture/deposition rate of biospecies on their surface. To solve this, we use electrokinetic effects to attra...
Published in:IEEE Transactions on Circuits & Systems II Express BriefsPublication date:2015-02-01
We have shown that, at very high frequency (~ 200 MHz), capacitive biosensors can sense bacterial cells in physiological buffers.
Published in:IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and SystemsPublication date:2016-04-01
Small impedance sensors are combined together to form a biological camera of bacterial cells, where each pixel is able to sense as few as 7 bacteri...
Published in:2014 Symposium on VLSI Circuits Digest of Technical PapersPublication date:2014-06-01
Published in:Procedia EngineeringPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Sensors and Actuators B ChemicalPublication date:2013-12-01
We show that the positions of bacterial cells on interdigitated microelectrodes strongly impact the subsequent impedance shift. The sensor design i...
Published in:Sensors and Actuators B ChemicalPublication date:2012-05-01
This work studies how biosensor arrays, based on optical, field-effect or impedance sensors, can be optimized.
Published in:Sensors and Actuators B ChemicalPublication date:2015-05-01
A complete model is proposed for capacitive biosensors working in electrolytes without and with bacterial cells. A numerical simulator is also prov...
Published in:Biosensors and BioelectronicsPublication date:2015-05-01
We use lytic enzymes to selectively detect bacterial cells with impedance sensors.
Published in:IEEE Sensors JournalPublication date:2016-02-01