NanoBioPhys

Nano and Bio-physical Systems (NanoBioPhys)

Head of Section: Anders Kristensen

The NanoBioPhys Section applies physics-based methods for detection, characterization and manipulation of biological systems.

Our research interests cover:
  • Micro- and nano-fluidics for manipulation and imaging of biologically relevant particles.
  • Integration of nano-photonics and micro/nano fluidics for new sensor and actuator technology
  • Microfluidics to model oral drug delivery, including the intestine, blood and liver, and droplet arrays for high throughput screening.
  • Thermodynamic modelling of nano-scale physics at room temperature.
  • Methods of  data analysis for experiments at the interface between micro- and nano-scale biophysics, life science, and nanotechnology. 
FAST
Group Leader: Martin Dufva
Group Leader: Jonas Nyvold Pedersen
Group Leader: Rodolphe Marie
Optofluidics
Group Leader: Anders Kristensen
Stochastic Systems and Signals
Group Leader: Henrik Flyvbjerg

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Anders Kristensen
Sektionsleder, Professor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 63 31

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Martin Dufva
Gruppeleder, Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
51 33 37 53

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Jonas Nyvold Pedersen
Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 63 09

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Rodolphe Marie
Gruppeleder, Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 56 76

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Henrik Flyvbjerg
Gruppeleder, Lektor
DTU Sundhedsteknologi
45 25 63 23