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Author: Floris, Patrick

Number of items: 6.

2014

Glennon, Tom and Floris, Patrick and O'Quigley, Conor and McNamara, Eoghan and Yang, Yang and Fraser, Kevin J. and Smeaton, Alan F. and Ducrée, Jens and Diamond, Dermot (2014) Development of a sensitive, low-cost and user-friendly centrifugal microfluidic cartridge for multi-analyte environmental monitoring. In: Sensors in the Environment 2014, 15-16 Oct 2014, Imperial College, London, UK.

Floris, Patrick and Glennon, Tom and O'Quigley, Conor and McNamara, Eoghan and Yang, Yang and Ducrée, Jens and Smeaton, Alan F. and Diamond, Dermot and Fraser, Kevin J. (2014) Development of a portable multi-parameter centrifugal microfluidic analysis system (cmas) for water quality monitoring. In: MFHS 2014 – 2nd International Conference on MicroFluidic Handling Systems, 8-10 Oct 2014, Freiburg, Germany.

Floris, Patrick and Connolly, Damian and White, Blánaid and Morrin, Aoife (2014) Development and characterisation of switchable polyaniline-functionalised flow-through capillary monoliths. RSC Advances, 4 . pp. 43934-43941. ISSN 2046-2069

Glennon, Tom and O'Quigley, Conor and McNamara, Eoghan and Fraser, Kevin J. and Czugala, Monika and Benito-Lopez, Fernando and Floris, Patrick and Diamond, Dermot (2014) Accelerated development of a colorimetric sensor using 3D rapid prototyping. In: 3D bioprinting symposium, 14-15 May 2014, Dublin, Ireland.

2013

Floris, Patrick (2013) Nano-agglomerated capillary polymer monoliths for applications in micro-catalysis and separation science. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Morrin, Aoife and White, Blánaid and Gorey, Brian and Power, Aoife and Floris, Patrick (2013) Conducting polymer structures housed in thin-layer microfluidic channels for electroanalysis. In: 64th Annual Meeting of the ISE, 8-13 Sept 2013, Queretaro, Mexico.

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