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Kaylee Hakkel is a Doctoral Candidate in the Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics (PSN) group at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), with the focus on Nanophotonics. She is working on a new approach for miniaturized spectral sensors, which can replace the traditional bulky lab spectrometers by a millimeter-sized chip. The sensors operate in the near-infrared spectral range, which allows for a high-accuracy analysis of material properties in a non-destructive manner.
A fascinating aspect of my work is that light enables us to make the invisible properties visible using integrated spectral sensors.
Kaylee Hakkel obtained her bachelor’s degree in applied physics in 2015 at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). She continued with her master’s studies in Applied Physics with the specialization in Bio/Nanoscience and Technology. During her master’s degree she joined the Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics (PSN) group for her final research project on fiber-tip sensors, which she finalized in 2017. After this Kaylee became a Doctoral Candidate in the same research group under the supervision of Professor Andrea Fiore.
High-performance integrated mid-infrared filter arraysElectronics Letters (2022)
Handheld NIR Spectral Sensor Module Based on a Fully-Integrated Detector ArraySensors (Switzerland) (2022)
On-site illicit-drug detection with an integrated near-infrared spectral sensorTalanta (2022)
High-Performance Near-Infrared Spectral Sensors(2022)
High-performance mid-infrared filter arrays for gas sensing(2022)
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