Nanoelectromechanical Systems for Single-Molecule Biophysics
In our lab we are interested in bridging advances in instrumentation and nanofabrication with insights into biophysical phenomena at the smallest scale. We focus on developing ultrasensitive nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) to study fundamental questions and tackle challenges in nanobiology, including molecular diagnostics and size-selective biomolecular transport across cell membranes, using a combination of nanopore measurements, fluorescence imaging and acoustofluidics.
Lab receives an ERC Starting Grant
SIMPHONICS project on acousto-photonic nanofluidics receives €1.5M in funding