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BiographyI am a Doctoral assistant in the BIOS group while doing my Ph.D. in the Biotechnology and Bioengineering program at EPFL. My research interests are focused on Biosensors, Microfluidics, and Point-of-Care systems. My research interests are not confined to the list above. I always thirst for learning about new research areas, since I am sure that I may become engrossed in them.
My academic journey began with a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tabriz, where I explored the fascinating world of droplet-surface interaction and superhydrophobicity phenomenon. Subsequently, I embarked on a Master's degree in Material Science and Nanotechnology at Bilkent University, where I developed a real-time impedimetric system for droplet measurement in droplet-microfluidic systems. During this time, I also made significant strides in achieving ultra-monodisperse droplets, pushing the boundaries of droplet monodispersity.
Currently, my focus is on plasmonic biosensors, specifically in the realm of continuous biosensors. I am excited about the potential for collaboration with fellow researchers in the biosensor and plasmonics field further to advance our understanding and innovation in this area. Feel free to reach out if you share similar interests or opportunities for collaboration.