The TWINFUSYON project focuses on the most advanced topics of optronic biosensing, nanomaterials, 2D-TMD-materials, nanotechnologies, plasmonics, characterisations, optical spectroscopies, chemistry of surfaces, biophysics, bio-functionalisation.

In this area, the TWINFUSYON team seeks to:

  • Enhance knowledge on fundamental aspects 2D-TMD materials based heterostructures, including graphene, MoS2, MoSe2, WS2, WO2, GaS2, and their heterostructures;
  • Improve fundamental knowledge and know-how in plasmonic systems with plasmon resonance spanning from the UV to VIS to NIR through appropriate combination of metals and semiconductors;
  • Address plasmonic theory and modelling;
  • Acquire best-practices in biofunctionalisation of surfaces;
  • Implement the portfolio of analytical strategies;
  • Identificatify measurements and diagnostic configurations that results in increased sensitivity to selected analytes;
  • Reinforce predictive modelling and statistical analysis and image processing tools for biosensing;
  • Explore different complementary approaches and to develop optronic biosensing schemes and concepts for a variety of applications through cooperation with industries;
  • Transform the acquired know-how in novel exploitable optronic biosensors layout.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692034.
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