Biosensors rely on the recognition of target molecules in aqueous solution by probe molecules adsorbed at a liquid-solid interface. Our project exploits the interfacial selectivity of 2nd order optical processes, the spatial resolution associated to the Sum Frequency (SF) beam short wavelength and the sensitivity of SF generation spectroscopy towards the biological recognition process. This study aims at developing new decoding and fabrications methods of highly packed and rapid biosensor arrays
|Effective start/end date||1/10/03 → 31/12/08|
- Biological array
- Sum-frequency generation
- Molecular recognition
- Nonlinear optics
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