Nanotech 2010 Vol. 3
Nanotech 2010 Vol. 3
Nanotechnology 2010: Bio Sensors, Instruments, Medical, Environment and Energy

Bio Sensors, Diagnostics & Imaging Chapter 1

Low-power / High-temperature sensors and MEMS in SOI technology

Authors: L. Moreno-Hagelsieb, O. Bulteel, N. André, P. Gerard, J.-P. Raskin, D. Flandre

Affilation: Université catholique de Louvain / SENSOI, Belgium

Pages: 165 - 168

Keywords: biosensor, DNA hybridization, bacteria, capacitive sensors, electrical detection, water quality

Low-power and high-temperature sensors and MEMS designs based on bulk, SOI and IC compatible materials and processes. Target markets are in general public sensors for UV, ozone, CO, liquids presence, e.g. in mobile devices. In transport (automobile, aviation, train), sensors for monitoring their operating conditions, and their actuation, chemical, mechanical and electrical control systems. In health, sensors for the medical diagnosis (DNA, RNA, bacteria, viruses…). For DNA and bacteria detection (IDE Sensor) the Design is ready for integration into micro fluidic system and into diagnosis kits (i.e. immunochromatographie or ELYSA type test). For UV light based detections (UV Diode), that are ready for use, packaging must be customized. Customers are the kits fabricator to integrate our device for a fast electrical measurement, Distributors especially for our UV sensors and industry with needs in electronic miniaturized low-power, wireless or high-temperature sensors for process control, monitoring and data acquisition.

ISBN: 978-1-4398-3415-2
Pages: 880
Hardcopy: $189.95

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