Selim Ünlü

Professor, Biomedical Engineering Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering

Current projects include development of high-resolution subsurface imaging techniques based on numerical aperture increasing lens (NAIL) for the study of semiconductor devices and circuits and spectroscopy of quantum dots; optical characterization of carbon nanotubes; biosensors based on microring resonators; and development of new nanoscale microscopy techniques utilizing interference of excitation as well as emission from fluorescent molecules. In addition to microscopy, optical resonance is nearly ubiquitous in our research projects including development of resonant cavity enhanced photodetectors and imaging biosensors for DNA and protein arrays.