Ali K. Yetisen mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Self-healing hydrogels, Optical fiber, Biosensor and Microfluidics. The Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Photonics, Plasmon, Holographic sensor, Holography and Laser. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bragg's law and Nanomaterials.
As a member of one scientific family, Ali K. Yetisen mostly works in the field of Holographic sensor, focusing on Optoelectronics and, on occasion, Fiber and Fluorescence. His Laser research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Layer by layer and Photonic crystal. His Self-healing hydrogels study is focused on Chemical engineering in general.
Optoelectronics, Optics, Holography, Nanotechnology and Diffraction are his primary areas of study. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Laser ablation and Laser. His Optics research focuses on Graphene and how it relates to Lens.
His Holography course of study focuses on Nanophotonics and Near and far field. Fiber is closely connected to Optical fiber in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Nanotechnology. His Biosensor research incorporates themes from Ethylene glycol, Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in 3D printing, Optoelectronics, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology and Singlet oxygen. He combines subjects such as Contact lens, Biocompatibility and Cutaneous tissue with his study of 3D printing. His Optoelectronics research incorporates elements of Lens and Holography.
His Holography study combines topics in areas such as Laser, Wavelength and Diffraction. His Biomedical engineering research includes themes of Nanofiber and Microsphere. His studies deal with areas such as Optical fiber, Wearable computer and Photodetection as well as Nanotechnology.
His primary areas of investigation include Sphere packing, Microfluidics, Paper based, Fabrication methods and Process engineering.
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Paper-based microfluidic point-of-care diagnostic devices
Ali Kemal Yetisen;Muhammad Safwan Akram;Christopher R. Lowe.
Lab on a Chip (2013)
Nanotechnology in Textiles
Ali K. Yetisen;Hang Qu;Amir Manbachi;Amir Manbachi;Haider Butt.
ACS Nano (2016)
Commercialization of microfluidic devices.
Lisa R. Volpatti;Ali K. Yetisen.
Trends in Biotechnology (2014)
Contact Lens Sensors in Ocular Diagnostics
Nicholas M. Farandos;Ali K. Yetisen;Michael J. Monteiro;Christopher R. Lowe.
Advanced Healthcare Materials (2015)
A smartphone algorithm with inter-phone repeatability for the analysis of colorimetric tests
Ali K. Yetisen;J.L. Martinez-Hurtado;Angel Garcia-Melendrez;Fernando da Cruz Vasconcellos.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2014)
Wearables in Medicine
Ali K Yetisen;Ali K Yetisen;Juan Leonardo Martinez-Hurtado;Barış Ünal;Ali Khademhosseini.
Advanced Materials (2018)
Highly Stretchable, Strain Sensing Hydrogel Optical Fibers.
Jingjing Guo;Jingjing Guo;Xinyue Liu;Nan Jiang;Nan Jiang;Ali K. Yetisen.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Photonic crystal fiber based plasmonic sensors
Ahmmed A. Rifat;Rajib Ahmed;Ali K. Yetisen;Ali K. Yetisen;Haider Butt.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2017)
Wearable Contact Lens Biosensors for Continuous Glucose Monitoring Using Smartphones.
Mohamed Elsherif;Mohammed Umair Hassan;Ali K. Yetisen;Haider Butt.
ACS Nano (2018)
Holographic sensors: three-dimensional analyte-sensitive nanostructures and their applications.
Ali K Yetisen;Izabela Naydenova;Fernando da Cruz Vasconcellos;Jeffrey Blyth.
Chemical Reviews (2014)
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