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    • Binary coded identification of industrial chemical vapors with an optofluidic nose 

      Adamu, A. I.; Ozturk, F. E.; Bayındır, Mehmet (OSA - The Optical Society, 2016)
      An artificial nose system for the recognition and classification of gas-phase analytes and its application in identifying common industrial gases is reported. The sensing mechanism of the device comprises the measurement ...
    • Bio-inspired hierarchically structured polymer fibers for anisotropic non-wetting surfaces 

      Yunusa, M.; Ozturk, F. E.; Yildirim, A.; Tuvshindorj, U.; Kanik, M.; Bayındır, Mehmet (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017)
      We demonstrate a rice leaf-like hierarchically textured polymer fiber array for anisotropic non-wetting surfaces. To provide superhydrophobicity in addition to the anisotropic behavior, fiber surfaces are spray coated with ...
    • Photonic bandgap narrowing in conical hollow core Bragg fibers 

      Ozturk, F. E.; Yildirim, A.; Kanik, M.; Bayındır, Mehmet (AIP Publishing, 2014)
      We report the photonic bandgap engineering of Bragg fibers by controlling the thickness profile of the fiber during the thermal drawing. Conical hollow core Bragg fibers were produced by thermal drawing under a rapidly ...
    • Robust cassie state of wetting in transparent superhydrophobic coatings 

      Tuvshindorj, U.; Yildirim, A.; Ozturk, F. E.; Bayındır, Mehmet (American Chemical Society, 2014)
      This paper investigates the stability of the Cassie state of wetting in transparent superhydrophobic coatings by comparing a single-layer microporous coating with a double-layer micro/nanoporous coating. Increasing pressure ...
    • Smelling in chemically complex environments: an optofluidic bragg fiber array for differentiation of methanol adulterated beverages 

      Yildirim, A.; Ozturk, F. E.; Bayındır, Mehmet (American Chemical Society, 2013)
      A novel optoelectronic nose for analysis of alcohols (ethanol and methanol) in chemically complex environments is reported. The cross-responsive sensing unit of the optoelectronic nose is an array of three distinct hollow-core ...
    • Surface textured polymer fibers for microfluidics 

      Yildirim, A.; Yunusa, M.; Ozturk, F. E.; Kanik, M.; Bayındır, Mehmet (WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2014)
      This article introduces surface textured polymer fibers as a new platform for the fabrication of affordable microfluidic devices. Fibers are produced tens of meters-long at a time and comprise 20 continuous and ordered ...