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Ming Su

Ming Su
Associate Professor
Phone: 407-473-5085
Fax: 407-882-2819
12424 Research Parkway Suite 410
Orlando, FL 32826
E-mail: Ming.Su@ucf.edu
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  • Research staff: Oak Ridge National Laboratory PhD. Northwestern University

Research

We are working on encapsulated phase change nanoparticles for biological sensing applications, and enabling devices for bio-analytical applications.

Courses

  • Colloidal and Interfaces
  • Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Materials
  • Materials Characterization Techniques

Selected Publications

C. M. Wang, L. Y. Ma, L. M. Chen, K. X. Chai, M. Su, Scanning calorimetric detections of multiple DNA biomarkers contained in complex fluids, Anal. Chem. in press.

L. Ma, C. M. Wang, Y. Hong, M. Zhang, M. Su, Thermally-addressed immunosorbent assay for multiple protect detections using phase change nanoparticles, Anal. Chem. in press.

Z. Ma, Y. Hong, M. Zhang, M. Su, Encoding and decoding nanoscale thermal barcodes for ultrahigh capacity identification systems, Appl. Phys. Lett. 2009, 95, 233101.

L. Ma, Y. Hong, Z. Ma, C. Kaittanis, J. M. Perez, M. Su, Multiplexed highly sensitive detections of cancer biomarkers in thermal space using encapsulated phase change nanoparticles, Appl. Phys. Lett. 2009, 95, 043701.

C. M. Wang, M. H. Zhang, H. N. Wang, S. L. Zou, M. Su, Sub-nano-gram mass measurements on plasmonic nanoparticles for temperature-programmed thermal analysis, J. Phys. Chem. Letters 2010, 1, 79-84.

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