dr. T.S.Y. Moh

PhD student
Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM), Department of Microelectronics

PhD thesis (Dec 2013): IC Compatible Wafer Level Fabrication of Silicon Nanowire Field Effect Transistors for Biosensing Applications
Promotor: Lina Sarro, E.J.R. Sudholter

Expertise: Bio-MEMS, microfluidics

Themes: MEMS Technology

Biography

Silicon Nanowire Biosensors for medical, agro-food and environmental applications. In this project, I will work with the fabrication and development of silicon nanowire FET (Field Effect Transistor) as a novel ultra sensitive and highly selective bio-nanosensor for medical, agro-food and environmental applications. Besides, packaging and microfluidics for the sensor will also being explored. This project is in collaboration with Wageningen University - Plant Research International, Erasmus Medical Centre and Nanosens.

Publications

  1. SiNW-FET in-Air Biosensors for High Sensitive and Specific Detection in Breast Tumor Extract
    F. Puppo; M.-A. Doucey; J.-F. Delaloye; T.S.Y. Moh; G. Pandraud; P.M. Sarro; G. De Micheli; S. Carrara;
    IEEE Sensors Journal,
    Volume 16, Issue 10, pp. 3374-3381, 2016.
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  2. SiNW-FET in-Air Biosensors for High Sensitive and Specific Detection in Breast Tumor Extract
    Puppo, F.; Doucey, Marie-Agnes; Delaloye, Jean-Francois; Moh, T.S.Y.; Pandraud, G.; Sarro, P.M.; De Micheli, G.; Carrara, S.;
    IEEE Sensors Journal,
    2015.

  3. High Sensitive Detection in Tumor Extracts with SiNW-FET in-Air Biosensors
    F. Puppo; M.-A. Doucey; J.-F. Delaloye; T.S.Y. Moh; G. Pandraud; P.M. Sarro; G. De Micheli; S. Carrara;
    In IEEE Sensors,
    pp. 866-869, 2014.

  4. Silicon nanowire FET arrays for real time detection of chemical activation of cells
    T.S.Y. Moh; S.K. Srivastava; S. Milosavljevic; M. Roelse; G. Pandraud; H.W. Zandbergen; L.C.P.M de Smet; C.J.M van Rijn; E.J.R. Sudh´┐Żlter; M.A. Jongsma; P.M. Sarro;
    In 25th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS 2012),
    Paris, France, IEEE, pp. 1344-1347, Jan. 2012. ISBN 978-978-1-4673-0325-5; DOI 10.1109/MEMSYS.2012.6170424.

  5. A novel approach for piezoresistivity characterization of silicon nanowires
    M. Nie; F. Santagata; T. Moh; Q.-A. Huang; P.M. Sarro;
    In Proc. 11th IEEE Sensors Conference,
    Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 1747-1750, Oct 2012.

  6. Encapsulated aluminum nitride SAW devices for liquid sensing applications
    A.T. Tran; G. Pandraud; T.S.Y. Moh; H. Schellevis; A. Akhnoukh; A. Purniawan; P.M. Sarro;
    In Proc of the 11th IEEE Sensors Conf,
    Taipei, Taiwan, pp. 604-607, Oct. 2012.

  7. IC compatible top down process for silicon nanowire FET arrays with three 100 surfaces for (BIO) chemical sensing
    T.S.Y. Moh; Y. Maruyama; C. Shen; G. Pandraud; L.C.P.M. de Smet; H.D. Tong; C. van Rijn; E.J.R. Sudholter; P.M. Sarro;
    In 16th International Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Conference (TRANSDUCERS 2011),
    Beijing, China, pp. 1590-1593, Jun. 2011. ISBN 978-1-4577-0157-3; DOI 10.1109/TRANSDUCERS.2011.5969796.

  8. Developer etched single and arrays of three 100 planes silicon nanowires (SiNWs) FET
    T.S.Y. Moh; Y. Maruyama; G. Pandraud; L.C.P.M. de Smet; C. van Rijn; E.J.R. Sudholter; P.M. Sarro;
    In Proc. ICT.OPEN: Micro technology and micro devices (SAFE 2011),
    Veldhoven, The Netherlands, Nov. 2011.

  9. Conventional micro-fabrication process for silicon nanowires FET with three 100 surfaces
    T.S.Y. Moh; G. Pandraud; L.C.P.M. de Smet; C. van Rijn; E.J.R. Sudholter; P.M. Sarro;
    In International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT 2011),
    Suntec City, Singapore, Jun. 2011.

  10. Biosensing
    E.J.R. Sudholter; G.Z. Garyfallou; D. Ullien; L.C.P.M. Smet; S. Srivastava; M.A. Jongsma; M. Mescher; J.H. Klootwijk; T.S.Y. Moh; P.M. Sarro; C. Rijn;
    In Book of Abstracts, 4th IRUN Symposium on NanoTechnology,
    Nijmegen, The Netherlands, pp. 32-33, Oct. 2011.

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Last updated: 16 Jun 2014

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