Sensitivity and Limit of Detection of biosensors based on ring resonators

Romain GuiderDavide GandolfiTatevik ChalyanLaura PasquardiniAlina SamusenkoCecilia PederzolliGeorg PuckerLorenzo Pavesi

Volume 6, December 2015, Pages 99-102 doi: 10.1016/j.sbsr.2015.08.002 

Silicon Photonics III Systems and Applications

 L. Pavesi, D.J. Lockwood (Eds.)

This 3rd volume of the Silicon Photonics series gives a state-of-the-art report on integrated Si photonics, focus on integration of optical and electrical Si photonic devices, valuable reference to researchers and graduate students alike. 


The course on Corse on Experimental Quantum Optics will be held on Thursday 10th of March and on Friday 11th of March in Zurich. The course is organized within the project SiQuro

Characterization of SION microring resonators for biosensing applications

Chalyan T., Gandolfi D.Guider R.,  Pavesi L.Pasquardini L., Pederzolli C.,  Samusenko A., Pucker, G.

Proceeding of the Conference BioPhotonics  2015, doi: 10.1109/BioPhotonics.2015.7304018

Asymmetric Mach–Zehnder Interferometer Based Biosensors for Aflatoxin M1 Detection

Tatevik Chalyan, Romain Guider, Laura Pasquardini, Manuela Zanetti, Floris Falke, Erik Schreuder, Rene G. Heideman, Cecilia Pederzolli  and Lorenzo Pavesi 

Biosensors 2016, 6(1), 1; doi: 10.3390/bios6010001