Microsystem technologies for the betterment of society
Manoj Sharma is a postdoctoral researcher at the Laboratories of Self-Organizing Soft Matter (SSM) working under the supervison of professor Ilja Voets. His current research focuses on the development a proof-of-concept microfluidic device to study structure (shaping & growth) of ice recrystallization and activity of ice-binding proteins using optical microscopy. In general, his research interests include miniaturized microsystems for diagnostics and sensor applications.
Manoj completed his bachelor education in Electronics and Communication Engineering in 2008 from M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology and in 2013 MSc. degree in Nanotechnology from KTH. He performed his graduation project research at Holst Centre, HTC, Eindhoven, working on the characterization and simulation of laser material interactions during Laser Induced Forward Transfer process. In 2018, he obtained his PhD in Energy Technology group of Mechanical Engineering department at Eindhoven University of Technology. During his PhD research he focused on the design, development and fabrication of a disposable polymeric device for in-line electrolytes monitoring during dialysis.
Development of a micro-optofluidic sensor for in-line electrolyte monitoring : towards individualized dialysis treatment(2018)
A Fluorescent Micro-Optofluidic Sensor for In-Line Ion Selective Electrolyte MonitoringIEEE Sensors Journal (2018)
A micro-optofluidic sensor system based on PET sensing for real time sodium concentration measurement5th European Conference on Microfluidics (µFlu’18) (2018)
Ion-selective optical sensor for continuous on-line monitoring of dialysate sodium during dialysisOptical Fibers and Sensors for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Applications XVII, 28 january 2017, San Francisco, California (2017)
On-line monitoring of electrolytes in hemodialysis: on the road towards individualizing treatmentExpert Review Medical Devices (2016)
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