Identification of bacteria using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy

Andrei Novikov

Gubkin University

Andrei A. Novikov, Ph.D. in Chemistry, is a Senior scientist, and Assistant professor at Dept. of Physical and Colloid Chemistry, Gubkin University, Moscow, Russia.He is teaching the classes: "Physical Chemistry", "Kinetics and Catalysis", "Surface Phenomena and Disperse Systems", "Biotechnology in Oil and Gas Industry", "Advanced Physical Chemistry". Under his supervision, 2 master's theses are presented each year.His research group develops express methods of identification of microbes, including lipid analysis and SERS studies. Interests: metrology, regression analysis, and developing the scripts in GNU/Octave and Matlab for automated spectra processing.


Introduction Surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy can be efficiently employed for the label-free detection and discrimination of different bacteria. The fingerprint-quality bacterial spectra allow... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Dmitry Kopitsyn (Gubkin University)
  2. Maksim Gorbachevskii (Gubkin University)
  3. Ekaterina Botchkova (Gubkin University)
  4. Maria Bychenko (Gubkin University)
  5. Pawel Gushchin (Gubkin University)
  6. Andrei Novikov (Gubkin University)

Topic Areas

Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials , Enhanced spectroscopy and sensing , Optical sensing from solid state to bio-medicine


PS2 » Poster Session (13:30 - Tuesday, 2nd October, HALL & ROOM 3)

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