Biocompatible Random Lasers for Biosensing

Soraya Caixeiro

King's College London

Soraya Caixeiro recieved her Masters of Science in Physics from King's College London in 2014. She is currently finishing her Ph.D. also at King's College London and is a visiting researcher at Imperial College London. Her Ph.D. thesis centers on the physics and applications of random lasers and biomaterials for lasing. 

Abstract

Biocompatible lasers suitable for living tissue integration have begun to captivate the scientific community due to their potential to harness the amplifying power of stimulated emission for bio-sensing and cell tracking [1].... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Soraya Caixeiro (King's College London)
  2. Michele Gaio (Imperial College London)
  3. Van Duong Ta (King's College London)
  4. Benedetto Marelli (Tufts University)
  5. Fiorenzo Omenetto (Tufts University)
  6. Francisco Fernandes (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie)
  7. Riccardo Sapienza (Imperial College London)

Topic Areas

Optical properties of nanostructures , Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing , Nanomedicine

Session

OS2b-R412 » Nanomedicine (16:50 - Thursday, 14th September, Room 412)

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