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Mats Eriksson

The research area of Docent Mats Eriksson is within chemical sensing, in particular electrochemical sensors for drinking water monitoring and different aspects of gas sensing, e.g. with field-effect devices. The research group is working on chemical sensor systems, e.g. remotely controlled sensor systems for on-line measurements at field test sites. The typical application is different aspects of water monitoring. Eriksson is currently teaching in the undergraduate courses Modern Physics (TFYA73, TFYA67 and 93FY41) and Physics (TFYA14).

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Daniel Filippini

Professor Filippini conducts multidisciplinary research on methods and devices for optical chemical sensing.

His group, the Optical Devices Laboratory (ODL), works on disposable and autonomous lab-on-a-chip (LOC) systems, and devices conceived for universal interfacing to readout instruments, such as cell phones. ODL activities entail integrated optics design, micro-fabrication, biochemical analysis integration, instrumentation and data processing.

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Stefan Klintström

Dr Stefan Klintström´s main work task is the PhD programme Forum Scientium http://www.liu.se/forskning/scientium 
Within the programme their are appr 55 PhD students at two faculties, "Health Sciences" and "Science and Engineering". The PhD students have their research projects at five different departments.
Dr Klintström is also the head of the division "Chemical and Optical Sensor Systems", and also the chairperson of the scientific area "Applied Physics" http://www.ifm.liu.se/applphys/

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Anke Suska

Dr. Anke Suska research focuses on sensing interfaces for optical chemical and biochemical sensors and their integration within disposable lab-on-a-chip (LOC) systems. Her work entails functionalization for bio sensing, biocompatibility, cell based detection, and assay implementation.

Suska leads the biosensing efforts at the Optical Devices Laboratory (ODL), and her current interests target synthetic gene networks for cell-free detection aiming at medical and environmental applications supported by optical LOC systems.

She is the co-director of Linköping Initiative in Life Science Technologies (LIST) and responsible for the graduate course “Materials and Nanotechnology”.


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Mikhail Vagin

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Last updated: 09/02/16