University of Edinburgh
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Our research interests include the development of electrochemical sensors for on-site applications (including industrial, food technology, environmental, health and forensic applications). Screen and inkjet printing technique, will be used for the fabrication of cheap, easy to use, portable and disposable electrodes.
The utilization of the two fabrication techniques give the advantage of modifying the composition of the working electrode material (e.g. carbon ink modified with enzymes, metal composites, carbon allotropes or organic compounds) in order to enhance the electroanalytical performance of the sensor, as well as to adjust the architecture of the 3 electrode system (such as the arrangement of the working electrode (WE) vs the reference and the counter, the shape of the WE (circular, polyhedral, trigonal, band etc), or the fabrication of a multi WE sensor, which can also affect the electroanalytical performance of the sensor.
Rapid and Portable Electrochemical Quantification of Phosphorus Athanasios Kolliopoulos, Dimitrios K. Kampouris, Craig E. Banks, Anal. Chem., 2015, 87 (8), pp 4269–4274
Ultraflexible screen-printed electroanalytical sensing platforms; Christopher W. Foster, Jonathan P. Metters, Dimitrios K. Kampouris and Craig E. Banks, Electroanalysis, 2014
Electrochemistry provides a point-of-care approach for the marker indicative of pseudomonas aeruginosa infection of cystic fibrosis patients; Jonathan P. Metters, Dimitrios K. Kampouris and Craig E. Banks, Analyst, 2014, 139, 3999
Forensic electrochemistry: the electroanalytical sensing of Rohypnol (flunitrazepam) using screen-printed graphite electrodes without recourse for electrode or sample pre-treatment, Jamie P. Smith, Jonathan P. Metters, Dimitrios K. Kampouris, Carlos Lledo-Fernandez, Oliver B. Sutcliffe and Craig E. Banks, The Analyst, 2013, 138, 6185
Facile synthetic fabrication of iron oxide particles and novel hydrogen superoxide supercapacitors, Philip M. Hallam, Maria Gomez-Mingot, Dimitrios K. Kampouris and Craig E. Banks, RSC Adv. 2012, 2, 6672
Graphene electrochemistry: fundamental concepts through to prominent application, Dale A.C. Brownson, Dimitrios K. Kampouris and Craig E. Banks, Chem Soc Rev, 2012, 41, 6944