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Professor Ingemar Lundström

Background

Ingemar Lundström, professor in applied physics in Linköping since 1978 (emeritus since 2008), has established a research environment related to physics in biology, chemistry and medicine. Lundström and coworkers have for example contributed to new bio- and chemical sensor principles and -technologies, to the understanding of the interaction between biomolecules and materials, to the development and applications of conducting polymers and to ubiquitous sensor systems for safety, security, and medical diagnostic purposes.

Lundström is a co-founder of the Swedish Sensor Centre (S-SENCE), and the multidisciplinary graduate school Forum Scientium.

He has been and is involved in several (start-up) companies. He is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) and the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA). Lundström has published about 500 scientific papers and holds several patents together with coworkers.

Current activities

Optical fingerprinting with the computer screen photo-assisted technique (CSPT)

Simple, reliable methods for home based diagnostics: Detection of saliva amylase as a general health marker

Relation between amylase activity and physical and psychological stress

Electrode arrays for water quality assessments

Selected publications

Computer screen as a programmable light source for visible adsorption characterization of (bio)chemical assays

D. Filippini, S. Svensson, I. Lundström

Chem. Commun. (2003) 240-241.   

Microplate based biosensing with a computer screen aided technique

D. Filippini, T. P. M. Andersson, S. P. S. Svensson, I. Lundström

Biosensors and Bioelectronics 19 (2003) 25-41.

Generation of biochemical response patterns of different substances using a whole cell assay with multiple signaling pathways,

A. Suska, D. Filippini1, T. P. M. Andersson, I. Lundström,

Biosensors and Bioelectronics 21 (2005) 727-734.

Aggregation –induced folding of a de novo designed polypeptide immobilized on gold nanoparticles

D. Aili, K. Enander, J. Rydberg, I. Lundström, L. Baltzer and B. Liedberg

J.Am. Chem. Soc. 128 (2006) 2194-2195

Chemical sensing with familiar devices,

D. Filippini, A. Alimelli, C. DiNatale, R. Paolesse, A. D’Amico, I. Lundström,

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 45 (2006), 3800–3803.  

A miniaturized voltammetric electronic tongue

Winquist F, Krantz-Rulcker C, Lundstrom I  

Anal. Lett.   41 (2008) 917-924   

Insights on the chemistry of a,c-biladienes from a CSPT investigation
Paolesse R, Alimelli A, D'Amico A, Venanzi M., Battistini,G., Montali M, Filippini D., Lundstrom I. Di Natale C.
New J. Chemistry 32 (2008) 1162-1166  

Polychromatic Fingerprinting of Excitation Emission Matrices

E Gatto, M. A. Malik, C Di Natale, R Paolesse, A D.Amico, I Lundstrom, and D Filippini

Chem. Eur. J. 14 (2008) 6057 – 6060. 

An Experimental Biomimetic Platform for Artificial Olfaction,

C. Di Natale, E. Martinelli, R. Paolesse, A. D’Amico1, D. Filippini, I. Lundström,

PloS One 03 (2008), e3139-e3150.                                          

G protein-coupled receptor mediated trimethylamine sensing

A. Suska, A. Ibanez, I. Lundström, A. Berghard

Biosensor and Bioelectronics 25 (2009) 715-720.

Polymers with embedded chemical indicators as an artificial olfactory mucosa,

F. Dini, D. Filippini, R. Paolesse, A. D’Amico, I. Lundström, C. Di Natale,

Analyst 135 (2010) 1245-1252.

Evaluation of the performance of sensors based on optical imaging of a chemically sensitive layer,

C. Di Natale, M. Santonico, R. Paolesse, D. Filippini, A. D’Amico, I. Lundström,  

Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 397 (2010) 613-621.

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Contact info

Office: L311

Email: ingemar@ifm.liu.se

Phone: +46 (0) 13-281200


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Last updated: 03/31/15