Shu Jiang

Shu Jiang
University of Bath | UB · Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Shu Jiang currently works at the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Bath. Shu does researches in plasmonic/electrochemical biosensor development, assay development, micro-/nano-fabrication, and device integration.
Additional affiliations
December 2017 - present
University of Bath
Position
  • Research Associate
April 2017 - present
AIST
Position
  • PostDoc Position
July 2015 - March 2016
Osaka University
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Publications (7)
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More than 783 million people worldwide are currently without access to clean and safe water. Approximately 1 in 5 cases of mortality due to waterborne diseases involve children, and over 1.5 million cases of waterborne disease occur every year. In the developing world, this makes waterborne diseases the second highest cause of mortality. Such cases...
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Metallic nanostructures and their fabrication methods have been studied for over decades as they are crucial in developing plasmonic sensing platforms. In this work, a hierarchical nanopillar huddle structure fabricated by thermal nanoimprint lithography with anodic porous alumina as template is presented. By utilizing this scheme, nanopillars (bra...
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In this chapter, we focus on introducing a combination of plasmonic biosensors and nanoimprint technology. Initially, we describe the basics of nanoimprint and plasmonics based biosensing methods, localised surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) and surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS); then, we present a review regarding the current situation of pla...
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We have fabricated a new type of LSPR sensor featuring immobilized liposome or phospholipid single layer. LSPR principally shows an ultrahigh sensitivity on surface dielectric environmental change due to interaction with target, but little has been reported so far on applying phospholipid membranes and/or liposomes as model cell membrane. We newly...
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Nanoplasmonic biosensors show high potentials as label-free devices for continuous monitoring in biomolecular analyses. However, most current sensors comprise multiple-dedicated layers with complicated fabrication procedures, which increases production time and manufacturing costs. In this work, we report the synergistic integration of cell-trappin...
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We present an ingenious pressure free NIL (Nanoimprint lithography) method by simply employing a very thin PDMS mold along with a Spin-on-Glass HSQ material. Fabricating nano-patterns (i.e. nano-gratings and 2 D nano-arrays) via NIL is advantageous for LSPR based biosensors for producing large working area with high-throughput. Unlike conventional...
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We describe a Parallelized label-free detection of protein interactions using a hyper-spectral imaging system. Multi-array protein chips were fabricated by immobilizing antibodies on Au-capped nanopillar polymer films, which showed an optical absorption band due to a localised surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) in the absorption spectrum. A parallel...

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