Andreas B. Dahlin received his PhD in 2008 after working at Chalmers University of Technology and Lund University (Sweden). His research was then focused on the use of new types of plasmonic nanostructures for sensing applications related to artificial cell membranes. During his postdoc at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Zurich, Switzerland) he worked with combined electrochemical and plasmonic sensors. The fabrication of new types of plasmonic nanopores and their sensing applications has been a reoccurring theme throughout his career. In recent years he has also started working with polymer-functionalised nanostructures and the use of plasmonic nanopores as selective filters or gates. These activities were initiated after he received a series of grants from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, the Swedish Research Council and the EU Framework 7 Program. He is currently assistant professor at Chalmers University of Technology and was awarded the degree of associate professor in 2015.
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