Event Title

P-40 Numerical Simulation of Electrochemiluminescence Generation on a Screen Printed Electrode

Start Date

3-2-2018 2:30 PM

Description

An escalating need for emergency or point-of-care diagnostics drives the biosensor to be portable, affordable, and easy to manufacture, while still providing the reliability and sensitivity of high-end equipment. A recent NSF grant has been awarded to the development of an electrochemiluminescence (ECL) based biosensor platform utilizing mobile technologies and screen-printed electrodes to create a portable and inexpensive device. The mathematical models describing the reaction on the electrode and diffusion of analytes were developed and numerically solved in the screen-printed electrode geometry. Numerical simulation was performed to understand and verify the underlying mechanisms, determine kinetic parameters, and aid in the biosensor design application.

Acknowledgments

Dr. Hyun Kwon.

Office of Research & Creative Scholarship.

National Science Foundation.

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Mar 2nd, 2:30 PM

P-40 Numerical Simulation of Electrochemiluminescence Generation on a Screen Printed Electrode

An escalating need for emergency or point-of-care diagnostics drives the biosensor to be portable, affordable, and easy to manufacture, while still providing the reliability and sensitivity of high-end equipment. A recent NSF grant has been awarded to the development of an electrochemiluminescence (ECL) based biosensor platform utilizing mobile technologies and screen-printed electrodes to create a portable and inexpensive device. The mathematical models describing the reaction on the electrode and diffusion of analytes were developed and numerically solved in the screen-printed electrode geometry. Numerical simulation was performed to understand and verify the underlying mechanisms, determine kinetic parameters, and aid in the biosensor design application.