Ting-Jou Ding

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In this letter, a real-time approach to identify the various DNA molecules hybridized of the integrated micro-fluid with the simplest manufactured guided-mode resonance (GMR) sensor is presented. By monitoring the resonant peak wavelength shift of GMR biosensor, the DNA hybridization experiment can be recognized and clarified. The biosensor exhibited(More)
In this paper, a metal layer assisted guide mode resonance (MaGMR) device with high sensitivity is proposed for bioanalytical applications and its functioning is experimentally proved. We find that the reflection spectra present a unique inversed response. The resonance mechanism is also discussed. Numerical calculation results indicate that the high(More)
Recent developments in aptamers have led to their widespread use in analytical and diagnostic applications, particularly for biosensing. Previous studies have combined aptamers as ligands with various sensors for numerous applications. However, merging the aptamer developments with guided mode resonance (GMR) devices has not been attempted. This study(More)
The protective techniques of WINZIP files include compressing the original document and encrypting the AES key. If we want to decrypt the WINZIP file, we require very large computing power and techniques of reducing the password space. In this paper, we have developed a GPU-based parallelized computing system to quickly find out the correct password, and(More)
In this work, a real-time monitoring system has been developed. The micro-optic device applying the guided-mode resonance (GMR) effect has been designed and fabricated. By combining a simple and low cost microfluidic channel, the GMR measurement for detecting peptide synthesis reaction has been explored. It is able to determine whether or not the chemical(More)
In this letter, the waveguide thickness dependence on the sensitivity of the guided-mode resonance (GMR) biosensor has been explored by simulation. It is clarified the relationship between the resonant mode number and the the waveguide thickness of GMR biosensors. By increasing the waveguide thickness can not only introduce more higher-order guided modes(More)
This work demonstrates a simple fabrication process for the guided-mode resonance biosensors with tunable thickness. Although consisted of the waveguide layer and the grating layer, the GMR biosensor can be simply fabricated in single step and of the same material by the conventional embossing technique. Moreover, the thickness of waveguide can be well(More)
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