Welcome to the Optofluidics Group

Research group of Professor Anders Kristensen. The integration and interplay between optical and fluidic functionalities defines the field of Optofluidics. We do research in nano-optics and nanofluidics seeking new sensing and actuation schemes at the nano-scale. Our nanophotonics research is centered around optical metasurfaces and waveguide devices. These are integrated with micro- and nanofluidics for compact sensor platforms. Our research is complemented by technology development within nanofabrication.

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European projects:

IZADI-NANO2INDUSTRY - We do colour metasurfaces

ChromaVision - We integrate flat optics in microfluidics

SmartColour - We develop adaptive colour metasurfaces.

National projects:

HemoPoc - We develop in-line detection of hemolysis on whole blood.

PolyNano - Strategic Research Center in Precision and Nano-scale Polymer Mass Replication of Biochips (Funded by the Danish Council for Strategic Research)

PlasmonColor - We develop 3D color-metamaterials.

Previous projects:

Nanoplast - Nanostructured Plastic Components by Injection Molding (Funded by the Danish National Advance Technology Foundation)

Intra-cavity photonic crystal dye laser monitoring of protein secretion (Funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research)

Plasmonic nanofocusing for high resolution DNA mapping (Funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research)

COST Optofluidics

Plast4Future - We do nanofabrication and technology development

Cellomatic - We do nanofluidics and nanofabrication for sequencing applications

NapaNIL (FP7 EU project)

READNA (FP7 EU project)

NIL-2-GO - A compact Nanoimprint Solution for imprint on fragile and curved substrates (Funded by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation)

LiCorT - Liquid Core Waveguide Technology for Diagonostics (Funded by the Danish Council for Strategic Research)