Composite polymeric-inorganic waveguide fabricated by injection molding for biosensing applications

Fabian Dortu, Damien Bernier, Isabelle Cestier, Denis Vandormael, Carl Emmerechts, Lamia E. Fissi, Laurent Francis, Laurent Nittler, Laurent Houssiau, Balint Fodor, Emil Agocs, Peter Petrik, Miklos Fried

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Résumé

Inorganic based optical transducers have demonstrated their suitability for labelled and label-free sensing of biomolecules but suffer from their relatively high cost. Photonic structures fabricated in polymer by molding techniques could drastically reduce the cost per test and pave the way for label-free screening in point-of care environment where the cost per test is an essential concern. In this paper we present the advances in the fabrication of waveguides with cyclo olefin copolymer (COC) cladding and TiO2 core with mass-production compatible injection molding and evaporation. We demonstrate the optical propagation in a slab waveguide supporting both transverse electric and magnetic modes and monitor the response of the phase difference between the two modes when a droplet of water is deposited on the chip.

langue originaleAnglais
titreInternational Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
EditeurIEEE Computer Society Press
ISBN (imprimé)9781479956005
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 2014
Evénement16th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, ICTON 2014 - Graz, Autriche
Durée: 6 juil. 201410 juil. 2014

Une conférence

Une conférence16th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, ICTON 2014
PaysAutriche
La villeGraz
période6/07/1410/07/14

Empreinte digitale

Injection molding
Waveguides
Labels
Composite materials
Costs
Light propagation
Alkenes
Biomolecules
Molding
Photonics
Olefins
Transducers
Screening
Polymers
Evaporation
Copolymers
Fabrication
Water

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Dortu, F., Bernier, D., Cestier, I., Vandormael, D., Emmerechts, C., Fissi, L. E., ... Fried, M. (2014). Composite polymeric-inorganic waveguide fabricated by injection molding for biosensing applications. Dans International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks [6876325] IEEE Computer Society Press. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTON.2014.6876325
Dortu, Fabian ; Bernier, Damien ; Cestier, Isabelle ; Vandormael, Denis ; Emmerechts, Carl ; Fissi, Lamia E. ; Francis, Laurent ; Nittler, Laurent ; Houssiau, Laurent ; Fodor, Balint ; Agocs, Emil ; Petrik, Peter ; Fried, Miklos. / Composite polymeric-inorganic waveguide fabricated by injection molding for biosensing applications. International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks. IEEE Computer Society Press, 2014.
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Composite polymeric-inorganic waveguide fabricated by injection molding for biosensing applications. / Dortu, Fabian; Bernier, Damien; Cestier, Isabelle; Vandormael, Denis; Emmerechts, Carl; Fissi, Lamia E.; Francis, Laurent; Nittler, Laurent; Houssiau, Laurent; Fodor, Balint; Agocs, Emil; Petrik, Peter; Fried, Miklos.

International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks. IEEE Computer Society Press, 2014. 6876325.

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Dortu F, Bernier D, Cestier I, Vandormael D, Emmerechts C, Fissi LE et al. Composite polymeric-inorganic waveguide fabricated by injection molding for biosensing applications. Dans International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks. IEEE Computer Society Press. 2014. 6876325 https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTON.2014.6876325