PhD Theses

Plastic antibodies for the detection of bacterial proteins and microorganisms.
Azizur Rahman Khan. Date of defense: October 2016

New electrochemical sensors for decentralized analysis.
Marc Parrilla Pons. Date of defense: October 2016

Addressing emerging paradigms in chemical analysis: new platforms for wearable and decentralized sensors
Tomàs de Aquino Guinovart Pavon. Date of defense: October 2015.

Paper-based potentiometric platforms for decentralised chemical analysis
Marta Novell Recasens. Date of defense: September 2015.

Solid contact potentiometric sensors based on carbon nanomaterials
Rafael Hernández Malo. Date of defense: November 2014.

Carbon nanotube based potentiometric aptasensors for protein detection
Düzgün, Ali. Date of defense: March 2013.

A value-driven approach to potentiometric sensors based on carbon nanotubes
Rius Ruiz, F. Xavier. Date of defense: October 2012.

New appoaches for the development of solid-contact ion-selective electrodes based on carbon nanotubes
Parra Arnó, Enrique José. Date of defense: March 2012.

Ultrasensitive detection of pathogens in real-time. Potentiometric biosensors based on single-walled carbon nanotubes and aptamers
Zelada Guillén, Gustavo A. Date of defense: October 2011.

Solid Contact Ion Selective Electrodes Based on Carbon Nanotubes
Gastón Crespo. Date of defense: June 2010.

Biosensors based on carbon nanotube field effect transistors (CNTFETs) for detecting pathogenic microorganisms
Raquel A. Villamizar. Date of defense: December 2009.

Detección de compuestos xenobióticos mediante transistores de efecto campo basados en nanotubos de carbono
Zayda C. Sánchez. Date of defense: September 2009.

Sensors based on carbon nanotube field-effect transistors and molecular recognition approaches
Cristina C. Cid. Date of defense: January 2009.

All the PhD Theses defensed in the research group are published at the TDX service. TDX (Theses and Dissertations Online) is a digital cooperative repository of doctoral theses presented at some Spanish universities. It allows for remote consultation of the complete text of theses over the Internet, additionally allowing the user to construct searches by author, advisor, title, knowledge area, university and department of publication, year of defense, etc. This repository is managed by the Consortium of University Libraries of Catalonia (CBUC) and the Supercomputing Centre of Catalonia (CESCA), and is sponsored by the Generalitat (government) of Catalonia.