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      在審閱了來自頂尖大學、研究機構和科技初創企業的申請后,根據他們的技術優勢、實際應用和改變生活的潛力,海洋光學 2021科研贊助計劃評審委員會精心挑選出了28名入圍選手。



      • Xavier Attendu

      Amsterdam UMC
      Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      Development of fiber optic sensors to enhance detection of esophageal cancer

      • Christopher Grieco

      Auburn University
      Auburn, Alabama, USA
      Investigating polymers as energy-storing materials for next-generation batteries

      • Dimitris Tsiokos

      Bialoom Ltd.
      Nicosia, Cyprus
      Development of detection platform for better diagnosis and treatment of bacterial sepsis

      • Suat Pat

      Eskisehir Osmangazi University
      Eskisehir, Turkey
      Development of a breath analyzer for early-stage detection of lung cancer

      • Tobias Schnabel

      Hof University of Applied Sciences
      Hof, Germany
      Utilizing sunlight to convert pollutants in water into harmless end products

      • Abhijit Patra

      Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal
      Bhopal, India
      Development of photoelectrochemical cells to generate clean fuels

      • Daniela-Alexandra Tudor

      The International Centre of Biodynamics
      Bucharest, Romania
      Evaluating the effects of bacterial infection on epithelial cells related to periodontal disease

      • Hasan Kurt

      Istanbul Medipol University
      Istanbul, Turkey
      Using an optical biosensor for faster diagnosis of bacterial urinary tract infections

      • Ahmet Acar

      Middle East Technical University
      Ankara, Turkey
      Using Raman analysis of urine samples for early detection of bladder cancer

      • Abigail Renegar

      Nova Southeastern University
      Dania, Florida, USA
      Investigating how UV light exposure affects the toxicity of coral reef contaminants

      • Andrey Dunaev

      Orel State University
      Orel, Russian Federation
      Using a novel optical biopsy method for more accurate diagnosis of liver cancer

      • Caroline Boudoux

      Polytechnique Montréal
      Montreal, Canada
      Development of fiber-based, point-scanning endoscopes for analysis of organ tissue

      • Daniel Sousa

      San Diego State University
      San Diego, Calif. USA
      Investigation of real-time remote sensing of bacterial contamination in coastal waters

      • Yong-Qiang Li

      Shandong University
      Shandong Province, China
      Development of improved technologies for antibiotic susceptibility screening

      • Alan Aguirre-Soto

      Tecnológico de Monterrey
      Monterrey, Mexico
      Investigation of bio-based recycling methods of PET plastics

      • Ahmad Omar

      Universiti Sains Malaysia
      Penang, Malaysia
      Determining best practices in reducing adverse health effects from cooking oils

      • Chris Li

      University at Buffalo
      Buffalo, New York, USA
      Investigation and development of technologies to reduce global greenhouse emissions

      • Pietro Strobbia

      University of Cincinnati
      Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
      Development of affordable device for point-of-care diagnosis of cancer from liquid biopsy

      • Darin Vaughn

      University of Kentucky
      Lexington, Kentucky USA
      Development of low-cost biophotonic probes for diagnosis of cervical cancer

      • Heike Arnolds

      University of Liverpool
      Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
      Non-invasive diagnostics of proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease

      • Onyinyechi Lydia Ugorji

      University of Nigeria Nsukka
      Nsukka, Enugu, Nigeria
      Using nanoparticle chemistries to minimize side effects of colon cancer therapies

      • Markus Allgaier

      University of Oregon
      Eugene, Oregon, USA
      Developing portable field instruments for analysis of particulates trapped in snow

      • Matthew Brown

      University of Oregon
      Eugene, Oregon, USA
      Investigating optical sensing techniques for improved monitoring of tides, plate shifts and more

      • Sanjaya KC

      The University of Queensland
      Brisbane, Australia
      Development of biosensors for rapid bacterial identification without the need for cultures

      • Bulent Mutus

      University of Windsor
      Windsor, Ontario, Canada
      Development of device for rapid detection of microplastics at point sources

      • Herald Midzi

      University of Zimbabwe
      Harare, Zimbabwe
      Development of diagnostics and vaccines for neglected tropical diseases

      • Peter Papageorgious

      VitalsBeat, Inc. and University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine
      Toronto, Ontario, Canada
      Development of improved therapeutic devices for treatment of seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

      • Daniel Thorek

      Washington University in St. Louis
      St. Louis, Missouri, USA
      Improved methods of detection of uranium in industrial and natural environments


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