This begins the examination process.
Monitoring and control of complex PICs is now a hot topic in integrated photonics. In this context, we offer opportunities of Master Degree thesis focusing on some of the following tasks: We propose a thesis that concerning the packaging of optical biosensor, in particular focusing on the functionalization of the PIC how to place in a better way the receptors over the waveguide and the microfluidic of the platform how to carry biological solution over the sensing area.
The head of the department or school signs the decision.
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The results will be a sensor capable of analysis biological solution and convert biological events into signals toward the use of PICs.This begins the examination process. The Photonic Devices Lab has been recently equipped with a PC-assisted semi-automatic optical test bench that is suitable for systematic characterization of PICs. Degree can be registered as completed in the academic year in question if all study modules of both the main subject and the minor subjects have been registered as completed by the end of the academic year degree certificate application has been submitted by the end of the academic year The degree certificate application form shall be returned to the secretary in charge of the study affairs at the department or school. Interests in physics and chemistry are recommended. The supervisor analyses the plagiarism detection report and sends an email of the plagiarism detection to the student. The student prepares the thesis independently. Beside this field, sensors, and in particular biosensors, have become one of the emerging activities of our group, allowing to explore a multi-disciplinary path that includes concepts of chemistry, biology, electronics, and physics.
The originality check is carried out on all theses written within lower and higher university degrees at the University of Eastern Finland. Beside this field, sensors, and in particular biosensors, have become one of the emerging activities of our group, allowing to explore a multi-disciplinary path that includes concepts of chemistry, biology, electronics, and physics.