New materials for electrochemical sensing VI: Carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes can be either used as single probes after formation in situ or even individually attached onto a proper transducing surface after synthesis

Arben Merkoçi; Martin Pumera; Xavier Llopis; Briza Pérez; Manel del Valle; Salvador Alegret

2005

Scholarcy highlights

  • Carbon nanotubes can be either used as single probes after formation in situ or even individually attached onto a proper transducing surface after synthesis
  • Martin Pumera received his PhD in Analytical Chemistry from Charles University, Prague, The Czech Republic, in 2001
  • Joseph Wang’s SensoChip Laboratory at NMSU, USA, where he developed new concepts of electrochemical detection on Lab-on-a-Chip devices for space and security/forensic applications. He conducts research focused on integration of nanobiotechnology on the Lab-on-a-Chip platform at Sensor and Biosensor Group at the Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • His research activity is focused on developing novel flow-through injection and Lab-on-a-Chip biosystems with electrochemical detection based on magnetic particles, biocomposites and lastly on CNTs
  • In 2004, she joined the Sensor & Biosensor Group at the AUB to carry out her PhD thesis
  • The resulting sensor devices are being applied in automated analytical systems based on bio- or biomimetic instrumentation concepts for monitoring and process control in different fields, such as biomedicine, the environment and the chemical industry

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