BioMediTech Research Groups

Nanoscale Phenomena and Measurements

Group Leader: Associate Professor Sampo Tuukkanen

sampo.tuukkanen(at)tut.fi

About Us

The mission of the Nanoscale Phenomena and Measurements (NPM) research group is to measure, understand and exploit the nanoscale phenomena occurring in bio-based nanomaterials and devices. Developed biomaterial structures and devices are widely applicable for biomedical applications.

Research interests and expertise

Recent research topics are:

  • Piezoelectric sensors
  • Supercapacitors
  • Energy harvesting and storage systems
  • Biomedical microdevices
  • Biomeasurements
  • Processing and characterization of nanomaterial and biomaterials
  • Scalable manufacturing using printing techniques

For more information please visit NPM group webpage at TUT.

Infrastructure

  • Piezoelectric sensitivity measurement system
  • Equipment for electrical and electrochemical measurements
  • Multi-material biomaterial printing equipment (for various plastic and biological materials)
  • Freeze-drier equipped with heat-controlled shelf in the chamber

Collaboration offer and requests

We offer knowledge and equipment for multi-material bio-printing as well as electrical and structural characterization of components and devices.

Major Publications

  1. Mangayil R, Rajala S, Pammo A, Sarlin E, Luo J, Santala V, Karp M, Tuukkanen S. Engineering and Characterization of Bacterial Nanocellulose Films as Low Cost and Flexible Sensor Material. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9(22) (2017) 19048. doi: 10.1021/acsami.7b04927.
  2. Virtanen J, Keskinen J, Pammo A, Sarlin E, Tuukkanen S. Pyrolysed cellulose nanofibrils and dandelion pappus in supercapacitor application. Cellulose 24(8), 3387-3397 (2017). doi: 10.1007/s10570-017-1332-8.
  3. Rajala S, Siponkoski T, Sarlin E, Mettänen M, Vuoriluoto M, Pammo A, Juuti J, Rojas OJ, Franssila S, Tuukkanen S. Cellulose nanofibril film as a piezoelectric sensor material. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 8(24) (2016) 15607. doi: 10.1021/acsami.6b03597.
  4. Vuorinen T, Zakrzewski M, Rajala S, Lupo D, Palovuori K, Vanhala J, Tuukkanen S. Printable, transparent and flexible touch panels working in sunlight and moist environments, Advanced Functional Materials 24 (2014) 6340. doi: 10.1002/adfm.201401140.
  5. Pörhönen J, Rajala S, Lehtimäki S, Tuukkanen S. Flexible Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting Circuit with Printable Supercapacitor and Diodes. IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 61(9) (2014) 3303. doi: 10.1109/TED.2014.2341713.

More publication available in TUTCRIS portal.

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