• The Nanobiosensorics “Lendület” Group started its activity in July, 2012.
  • The research group made important steps both in the development of their research infrastructure and both in creating its personal and collaborative network.
  • The research profile is the development and application of label-free optical biosensors, the mathematical modeling of the relevant biological and biophysical processes.
  • In several topics (instrumental development, monitoring microvesicles, cell adhesion, flagellin based functional layers, modeling) the group could achieve strategic results, which were published in important international journals.

Video about our laboratory

Our laboratory was established as an independent research group in the second half of 2012. In 2013, a cell-culture laboratory was set up to enable a start in the field of the so far not explored, unique „label-free biosensorics on living cells”. Strategically important results were achieved and published in international periodicals in several directions: measuring equipment development, monitoring of micro-vesicules secreted by the cells, the use of flagellar functional layers, and the development of theoretical models for the analysis of ordered biological layers. Some pioneering results were also achieved in the field of the investigation of ordered biological films (proteins, lipid double layers), which can be utilized for different medical diagnostic purposes.

Academic collaborations

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Centre for Energy Research

Centre for Energy Research

Eötvös Lóránd University

Eötvös Lóránd University

University of Pannonia

University of Pannonia

Semmelweis University

Semmelweis University

Institute of Technical Physics and Materials Science

Institute of Technical Physics and Materials Science