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【化学与环境工程学院】学术讲座(二十四):Portable devices featured with aggregation-induced emission fluorogens

2019年04月16日

Portable devices featured with aggregation-induced emission  fluorogens

主讲人: Prof. Youhong Tang (唐友宏教授)

时间: 2019418下午3:00

地点: 深圳大学西丽校区B1-420会议室

报告人简介:

Dr Youhong Tang is a Professor and was an  Australian Research Council-Discovery Early Career Researcher (ARC-DECRA) fellow  at Flinders University. He obtained his PhD degree in the Hong Kong University  of Science and Technology (HKUST) in 2007. He moved to Flinders University in  2012 from the University of Sydney. He is a material science and engineering  researcher with research interests mainly focused on (1)  Structure-processing-property relationship of polymeric (nano)materials; (2)  Biomaterials, biosensors and their devices with aggregation-induced emission  features. In the last 5 years, he has published >120 SCI journal papers, 9  book chapters and 2 books and has secured 5 funds from Australia Research  Council, 1 fund from Australian Solar Thermal Research Initiative and 3 funds  from South Australian Government.

 

 

讲座摘要:

Two cases of aggregation-induced emission fluorogens (AIEgens) for  medical and environmental applications, conducted in Flinders University  recently have been highlighted in this talk, which includes (1) Point-of-care of  chronic kidney disease with smart phone devices. The urine albumin to creatinine  ratio (UACR) test is a standard urine test for identifying individuals at high  risk of developing progressive kidney disease. IDATPE and BSPOTPE are  successfully developed for creatinine and human serum albumin (HSA)  quantitation, respectively with high selectivity. 3D printed imaging house is  attached to a smartphone for quantitatively analyses HSA & creatinine  concentration in urine to get UACR is developed and (2) Rapid detection of  explosives by using AIEgen and the associated devices for remote sensing. An  AIE-active polytriazole coated fibre tip sensor was developed to detect picric  acid with its detection limit down to 100 ppb. The fibre sensor requires an  analysis time of only a few minutes and shows strong photostability and high  reusability and is promising for remote sensing of explosives in dangerous  environments.

 

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