Hogan - Electrochemistry, photochemistry, chemical sensing and biosensing
Dr Conor Hogan
Associate Professor, College of Science, Health and Engineering
Our group conducts a range of both fundamental and applied multidisciplinary research focused on expanding the bounds of Analytical Science.
We pursue the development of new chemistries and new technologies which will result in exquisitely low detection limits and enhanced selectivity. Building on our advances in fundamental science, we seek to develop novel sensing technologies and miniaturised instruments for use outside the laboratory setting.
Working at the interface of electrochemistry and photochemistry, we have pioneered several new approaches to detection science. Our group is a world leader in the application of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) detection to mobile phone readable paper microfluidic sensors and the development of potential resolved multi-coloured ECL or 3D ECL.