IEEE AP/MTT/EMC/ED TURKEY CHAPTER SEMINAR SERIES -- SEMINAR 41

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Speaker: Asst. Prof. Serap Aksu, Koç University

Topic: "Seeing Proteins in the Infrared: Plasmofluidics and Spectroscopy"

Location: Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

Abstract: Combination of Photonics with Biology has been generating smart solutions for chronic methodological problems in biology. In this talk I will explain a variety of plasmonic biosensors operating in optical frequencies and their applications on spectroscopy. I will show how we use them to detect and identify even few amounts of proteins in the context of immune cell signaling.

Bio: Serap Aksu has been an Assistant Professor at Koç University, Physics Department. She received her PhD from Boston University in 2013 and BS from Sabancı University in 2008, both in Materials Science and Engineering. She worked in ETH Zurich Biosystems Science and Engineering as postdoctoral fellow. She is the recipient of AXA Research Fund, Outstanding Dissertation Award from Boston University and ETH Zurich Postdoctoral Fellowship.



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  • Ankara, Ankara
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Asst. Prof. Serap Aksu

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Seeing Proteins in the Infrared: Plasmofluidics and Spectroscopy