Synthesis of a sensing membrane based on chemiluminescence
Development of a portable prototype combining optical sensing and chemistry membrane for biogenic amines detection in fresh food. The sensing membrane is based on chemiluminescent processes in a solid cellulose buffer which in contact with samples containing biogenic amines causes light emission at specific wavelengths. The detection system collects the light corresponding to the effective concentration of biogenic amines in the sample
Physics degree or equivalent.
Minimum profile required
-Chemical degree or equivalent.-Knowledge in physics-Knowledge in guided optics
It is preferred a Master student that is currently beginning its second year and in which the developed work.
Since 12 Aug 2019 to 31 Aug 2019
Cluster / Centre
Networked Intelligent Systems / Applied Photonics