DAS Photonics currently has a department dedicated to bio-sensing tasks with applications on medicine, food regulation, environmental control and biological risk (CBRN) fields. A department with such features and fully involved in an expansion process aims the development and commercialization of biosensing products/devices based on highly integrated nanophotonic sensors.

The biosensing department currently works on PBSA (FP7) and BIOTYPE (EDA) projects, furthermore has applied for some more related projects. It is also worth mentioning that DAS has the previous experience of related projects like NANOCAP (EDA) and SENA.


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-P Villalba Villalba, F. Cuesta Soto, A Hakansson; Integrated photonic guide crossing structure; EP 2 204 679 A2 20100707, 2010

-Karine Bonnot, Francisco Cuesta-Soto, Manuel Rodrigo, Antonio Varriale, Nuria Sanchez, Sabato D’Auria, Denis Spitzer, Francisco Lopez-Royo; Biophotonic ring resonator for an ultra-sensitive detection of DMMP as a simulant for organophosphorous agents; Analytical chemistry, 86 (10), 5125-5130

-Andreas Perentos, Francisco Cuesta-Soto, Antonio Canciamilla, B Vidal, Luigi Pierno, NS Losilla, Francisco Lopez-Royo, Andrea Melloni, Stavros Iezekiel; Using a Ring Resonator nothc filter for optical carrier reduction and modulation depth enhancement in radio-over-fiber links, Photonics Journal IEEE 5(1), 5500110-5500110

-Andreas Perentos, Francisco Cuesta-Soto; Modulation depth systems using a S opti; 2012

-K. Bonnot, B. Siegert, N. Piazzon, D. Spitzer, J. Sansano, M. Rodrigo, F. Cuesta, A. Varriale, S. d’Auria, N. Sanchez; A biophotonic sensor for the specific detection of DMMP vapors at the ppb level; Future Security, Vol 318, 2012, 428-431