Wan Shen Hee of Photonic Device Science Laboratory received an oral presentation award(Gold Prize) in 2017 GIST–NAIST–NCTU Joint Symposium on Advanced Material
Wan Shen Hee of Photonic Device Science Laboratory received the Gold Plize in 2017 GIST–NAIST–NCTU Joint Symposium on Advanced Materials, held at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea on October 30 and 31, 2017. In this event, a total of 31 students from the three institutes gave oral presentations on their most recent research achievements, and seven students were chosen for awards to recognize their superior presentations.
Dual Color In-Vivo FRET Image Sensor – Fabrication and Development using CMOS Technology
Wan Shen Hee, Kenta Nakamoto, Makito Haruta, Toshihiko Noda, Kiyotaka Sasagawa, Takashi Tokuda and Jun Ohta
First of all, I would like to thanks all the professors in the Photonic Device Science Laboratory for their guidance and support. I could not achieved it without their help. This award serve as a great motivation boast for me and it will spur me on to work harder in my research to archive greater height.
A small image sensor is produced using CMOS technology. By casting some optical filters on the photodiodes, it can be used to detect fluorescene light emitted from molecules which tagged with fluorescence proteins as a results of FRET activity. The detection of FRET signal in in-vitro experiment using this image sensor is successful, but the in-vivo experiment is still ongoing. Currently I am also working on the development of wireless imaging platform for the image sensor to enable long term FRET observation.
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