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EPSRC CDT in Sensor Technologies for a Healthy and Sustainable Future

 

Research

Our group develops technologies that help in the investigation, and diagnosis of, mechanisms of disease.  We develop advanced microscopy methods that have been used in research on malaria and protein misfolding diseases, both major problems for populations in developing countries.  We also work hard to find ways of reducing the cost  and complexity of the technologies we develop so that they can be copied and used by researchers all over the world. Examples include the design of low cost hardware components using 3D printing technologies and use of open source electronic components. In the past we have also performed work on optical technologies that are used for applications in environmental sensing.    

Publications

Key publications: 
Professor of Chemical Physics
Head of Laser Analytics Group
Director of CamBridgeSens
Director of CDT in Sensor Technologies for a Healthy and Sustainable Future
Professor Clemens  Kaminski