Congratulations to Hamidreza Neshasteh and Florent Malabat, of the LIME team, who have received the Photonics21 Innovation Award 2024 !
The award, with a prize money of €5,000 honours “the outstanding research on micron-scale laboratory housed on a single miniature disk. The project “Micron-Scale Lab on a Disk for Sensing” leverages probe’s multifunctionality, together with advanced optical transduction technique, to envision a single photonic chip capable of measuring various properties of both liquid and gaseous environments, thus offering an easy-to-use, compact, and low-cost universal probe.

More information can be found here and here.

(Image credit: Babylonia – Iris Haidau)

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