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A Radar for Cells

This web page is used to present the research results coming from the ERC project: Resonant Electromagnetic Microscopy: Imaging Cells Electronically.   
Related Work
Classification of Dielectric Microparticles by Microwave Impedance Cytometry

On-Chip Liquid and Gas Flow Rate Sensing via Membrane Deformation and Bistability Probed by Microwave Resonators


High Resolution Dielectric Characterization of Single Cells and 

Microparticles Using Integrated Microfluidic Microwave Sensors 

Arda Secme, Uzay Tefek, Burak Sari, Hadi Sedaghat Pisheh, H. Dilara Uslu, Ozge Akbulut, Berk Kucukoglu, R. Tufan Erdogan, Hashim Alhmoud, 

Ozgur Sahin, M. Selim Hanay

IEEE Sensors, accepted for publication. 

 Our article, Towards Microwave Imaging of Cells, was published in the journal Lab on a Chip. You can reach it by clicking here. 

In the paper, we show how to obtain cell size and location in a microfluidic system by exciting and measuring two modes of a microwave resonator. 

Congratulations to our microwave team on their truly collaborative effort: Mehmet Kelleci, Hande Aydoğmuş, Levent Aslanbaş and Selçuk Erbil. 
"A Radar for Cells" Single-Cell Analysis Microwave Sensors Microfluidics
ERC Starting Grant 2017
Dr. Hanay has been awarded by an ERC Starting Grant. The title of the project is Resonant Electromagnetic Microscopy: Imaging Cells Electronically. If you want to join our adventure to develop a Radar for Cells as a post-doc or grad students, please send your CV to Dr. Hanay. 
"A Radar for Cells" Single-Cell Analysis Microwave Sensors Microfluidics
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