Our research aim is to propose, develop, and demonstrate novel and useful biophotonic, nanophotonic and optoelectronic devices and interfaces for the applications to energy, medicine, and environment. To meet this objective we explore, engineer and exploit interesting characteristics and phenomena of nanomaterials and biomaterials, and use them in novel device and interface architectures. Our research integrates fundamental scientific knowledge with forward-looking engineering approaches, and it spans conception, modeling, material preparation, device fabrication, characterization, and their system-level applications.
Prof. Nizamoglu joined PLOS ONE as an Academic Editor.
Prof. Nizamoglu is elected as the program chair of NOMA (Novel Optical Materials and Applications) of Advanced Photonics Congress 2018 by OSA (Optical Society of America). The conference will be held on 02 – 05 July 2018 in ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.
Prof. Nizamoglu will give an invited talk entitled “Silk-Based Self-Assembly and Lithography” at MRS Fall 2017 on November 27, 2017.
Our work published in Scientific Reports is highlighted as an Editorial Feature by AZoCleantech, which is the leading online publication for the Clean Technology community.
Our work published in Nature Communications is featured in a new TV series ‘White Rabbit Project’ in Netflix, Episode 8.
Our paper is selected as Image of the Week by Nature Communication!
Our paper entitled “Bioabsorbable Polymer Optical Waveguides For Deep-Tissue Photomedicine” is published in Nature Communication!
In collaboration with Harvard Medical School, our research article on a new technique for living biological lasers is published in Advanced Optical Materials Link
Prof. Nizamoglu is received Young Scientist Outstanding Achievement Award by Turkish Academy of Sciences Link
Prof. Nizamoglu has been qualified for the European Research Council’s (ERC) Starting Grant Link
Prof. Nizamoglu is recognized as Innovator Under 35 by the world’s oldest and most respected technology publication “MIT Technology Review”.
Our research article entitled “All-Biomaterial Laser using Vitamin and Biopolymers
” has been highlighted on the cover of the Advanced Materials Link
Our research article entitled “Light-guiding hydrogels for cell-based sensing and optogenetic synthesis in vivo
” has been published in Nature Photonics Link