Our research interests include the fabrication of smart sensors and biosensors through microengineering, 3D-printing and other printing technologies. The devices are suitable for the electrochemical determination of heavy metals and organic compounds. Besides, biodevices are developed for the determination of biomolecules (DNA, proteins) based on nanomaterials labeling (e.g. quantum dots), as well as enzymatic biosensors  for the determination of glucose, lactate, ethanol, e.t.c in human sweat and other biological matrices. Click on the links below or on the menu bar for more information about the research projects which are carried out in our lab.

3D-printed Devices

Paper-based Devices