Beckman Center for the Design and Fabrication of Sensor Arrays
Research Unit Profile
The Center for the Design and Fabrication of Sensor Arrays (CDFSA) is a facility in which the diverse skills and perspectives of natural science and engineering faculty at the University of Texas will be brought to bear on challenging issues relating to quantitative chemical characterization of complex biological and environmental mixtures. To target dissimilar analyte species, a variety of molecular receptors that utilize distinct chemical sensing strategies will be synthesized, and will be incorporated into microfabricated arrays of wells and planar chip structures.
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
Click on a faculty member's name to view the full profile, including any posted projects.
Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 records.
|Anslyn, Eric||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Synthetic organic chemistry, molecular recognition; development of novel synthetic receptors for monitoring and quantitation of herbicides and insecticides in water (in collaboration with Jonathan …|
|Ellington, Andrew||Chemistry and Biochemistry||The Ellington lab is primarily interested in developing tools for the delivery of nucleic acids into and out of cells, and acellular systems for the evolution of synthetic genetic circuits. The …|
|Iverson, Brent||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Bioorganic Chemistry DNA Binding Molecules Antibody Engineering and Antibody Engineering Technology Development Enzyme Engineering and Enzyme Engineering Technology Development|
|McDevitt, John||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Development of an "Electronic Tongue" An interdisciplinary team has been formed that will target the design and construction of micromachined array sensor structures. Here a clever …|
|Neikirk, Dean||Electrical and Computer Engineering||Fabrication and modeling of electromagnetic and micromachined devices, primarily for use as sensors and transducers Microfluidic systems for chemical sensing, micromachined infrared detectors, civil …|
|Shear, Jason||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Bioanalytical and Biophysical Studies of Chemical Microenvironments The research of the Shear Labs is directed toward design and implementation of optical strategies for investigating the chemistry of …|
|Willson, Carlton||Chemical Engineering; Chemistry and Biochemistry||The interaction of organic materials with light; rational design, synthesis and characterization of new organic materials with useful properties|