Engineered Nanoparticle Impact on New methods for measuring, detection and identification of nanoparticles in products and/or in the environment



The goal of this project is the development of general technology for detection and analysis of single nanoparticles in complex environment and a development of a laboratory prototype of the device based on on the new experimental phenomenon discovered recently by a project partner: single subwavelength objects give rise to giant optical signals in surface plasmon resonance microscopy.

Coordinator: Prof. Vladimir M. Mirsky, Brandenburg University of Technology


Contract Agreement: 280478

Project start date: 1 June 2012

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