Research areas

  • Miniaturized systems (on-chip systems covering modern electrochemical methods, electrophysiology for research of genetically engineered cells using MEA chips, microfluidic chips for in-vitro diagnosis in medicine as well as miniaturized devices for in-situ and in-vivo sensing and electronics including nanoelectrodes, MEMS and Lab on a Chip)
  • Nanostructures and nanoparticles for smart nanodevices (synthesis of nanomaterials such as metal-oxide nanofilms, quantum dots, magnetic nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes, graphene, modification of their surfaces for precise and targeted bonding with biomolecules, development of methods, techniques and technology for implementation of outputs into advanced nanodevices and nanoprobes for electronics, nanomedicine and diagnostics)
  • Nanomedicine (diagnostic methods, in-vitro testing, in-vivo imaging, targeted drug delivery, activatable nanoprobes, molecular profile - cancer markers)
  • Nanotransporters (drug transporters, synthesis of liposomes, modification of liposomes and apoferritin)

Main objectives

Content of research