Intelligent spectroscopy for reagent-free biosensors - metabolism and pathogen diagnosis
The Smartfarm 4.0 project (PG03064) has as its objective the development of advanced technology for the implementation of non-invasive sensor systems and without the use of monitoring reagents for plant metabolism and diseases, for their implementation and precision agriculture. The tasks to be developed involve the development of reagent-free spectroscopy systems using advanced spectral analysis to quantify the plant's metabolism and its physiology, as well as making the early diagnosis of diseases.
PhD in Biosensing devices or similar
Minimum profile required
Experience in developing biosensors and bio-photonics with reagent-less spectroscopy for metabolic quantification, biomarkers and pathogenic microorganisms.
Laboratory experience in the development of reagent-free biosensors by spectroscopy, experience in microscopy and histology, high impact publications in the field of biosensors and spectroscopy.
Since 26 Nov 2021 to 13 Dec 2021
Cluster / Centre
Networked Intelligent Systems / Applied Photonics