Broad research interests of MiPRoS Laboratory include mid-infrared nonlinear integrated photonics, biomedical sensors on a chip, multi-scale fabrication technologies, reconfigurable materials, and nanophotonics & metamaterials. The lab has investigated mid-infrared photonic circuits for chip-scale and label-free sensing that will enable detection of early-stage diabetes, asthma and other chronic diseases. Our research focuses on developing flexible optoelectronics and multifunctional mid-infrared materials that will lead to wearable biomedical sensors for remote health monitoring.
Following pictures show a recently developed chip scaled mid-IR sensor that consists of a microring resonator and optical waveguides. Owing to the resonance effect, the probe light will be confined within the microring and consequently enhance the sensitivity of biochemical detection.
Postdoc and graduate opening. Candidates having experience in (i) integrated photonics, (ii) optical sensors, (iii) electro-optics, (iv) CMOS fabrication, and (v) nonlinear optics are highly encouraged to apply. Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org