Aldo Jesorka

Professor; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Physical Chemistry

Aldo Jesorka supervises the group Biophysical Technology Laboratory. As a professor of biophysical chemistry at the department of chemistry and chemical engineering, he focuses his research on microfluidics, specializing in open space microfluidics. The goal is to create chip devices for chemical analysis, which can save costs and reduce waste.

 

Jõemetsa, S.; Spustova, K.; Kustanovich, K.; Ainla, A.; Schindler, S.; Eigler, S.; Lobovkina, T.; Lara-Avila, S.; Jesorka, A.; Gözen, I. Molecular Lipid Films on Microengineering Materials. Langmuir 2019, 35, 10286-10298.

Kustanovich, K.; Yantchev, V.; Doosti, B. A.; Gözen, I.; Jesorka, A. A microfluidics-integrated impedance/surface acoustic resonance tandem sensor. Sensing and Bio-Sensing Research 2019, 25, 100291.

Gözen, Irep, Elif Senem Köksal, Inga Põldsalu, Lin Xue, Karolina Spustova, Esteban Pedrueza-Villalmanzo, Ruslan Ryskulov, Fanda Meng, and Aldo Jesorka. "Protocells: Milestones and Recent Advances." Small  (2022): e2106624.

 

 

 

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