Highly Sensitive Plasmonic Sensors for Optical Detection  of Water Contamination

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Global consumers already make healthier choices in food consumption and drinking water quality.

Shifting to reachable optical sensing and analysis devices. 

Our technology: nano-fabricated coin-sized optical sensor, based on
Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS).

Our Mission(s)

Developing coin-sized SERS devices for  food/water safety.
 

  • Long shelf life

  • Reusable device

  • Specificity & sensitivity
     

End users:

  • Research laboratories

  • Pharmaceutical companies

  • Optical instrumentation retailers 

  • Manufacturers

The Team

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Prof. Adi Salomon

Head of Molecular Plasmonics laboratory, at BIU Chemistry Department & Nanotechnology center (BINA)

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Dr. Elad Segal

Nano-fabrication

Optical sensors

Raman spectroscopy

Team lead

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Mohamed Hamode

Plasmonics

Electro-optical sensors

Surface chemistry 

Nano-fabrication

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Prof. David Zitoun

Head of Inorganic and Nanomaterials for Energy laboratory, at BIU Chemistry Department & Nanotechnology center (BINA)

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Dr. Guy Rahamim

Surface chemistry & characterization

Materials for energy

Electrochemical sensors

Nanomaterials 

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Avi Huri

Inorganic nanomaterials

Surface chemistry & characterization

Nanomaterials for energy

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