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Researcher Profile

Dr. Eva Melnik Mag.

Dr.  Eva Melnik Mag.

Function

Scientist

Center

Health & Bioresources

Competence Unit

Molecular Diagnostics

E-Mail

Eva.Melnik(at)ait.ac.at

Phone

+43 50550 4309

Address

Giefinggasse 4, 1210 Vienna

Career

Field: Molecular Diagnostics

Main Research: Diagnostic biosensors

Experience: Surface modification & characterization for Point-of-Care biosensing applications.

  • 2005-2009: Engenieer
    Seibold Messtechnik GmbH / Austria
  • 2010-2011: Master Student
    Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2011-2012: PhD Student
    Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2013-2018: Junior Scientist
    Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2018-dato: Scientist
    Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria

Publications

  • Integrated polymer-based Mach-Zehnder interferometer label-free streptavidin biosensor compatible with injection molding
    Author(s): Bruck, Roman; Melnik, Eva; Muellner, Paul; Hainberger, Rainer; Laemmerhofer, Michael
    Journal: Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 26 (2011) ; 3832–3837
  • Multi-step surface functionalization of polyimide based evanescent wave photonic biosensors and application for DNA hybridization by Mach-Zehnder interferometer
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Bruck, Roman; Hainberger, Rainer; Laemmerhofer, Michael
    Journal: Analytica Chimica Acta , 699 (2011) ; 206–215
  • Streptavidin binding as a model to characterize thiol–ene chemistry-based polyamine surfaces for reversible photonic protein biosensing
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Muellner, Paul; Bethge, Ole; Bertagnolli, Emmerich; Hainberger, Rainer; Laemmerhofer, Michael
    Journal: Chemical Communications, 50 (2014) ; 2424–2427
  • Human IgG detection in serum on polymer based Mach-Zehnder interferometric biosensors
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Bruck, Roman; Muellner, Paul; Schlederer, Thomas; Hainberger, Rainer; Laemmerhofer, Michael
    Journal: Journal of Biophotonics, 9 (2015) ; 218-223
  • Local functionalization of CMOS-compatible Si3N4 Mach-Zehnder interferometers with printable functional polymers
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Muellner, Paul; Mutinati, Giorgio C.; Koppitsch, Guenther; Schrank, Franz; Hainberger, Rainer; Laemmerhofer, Michael
    Journal: Sensors and Actuators B, 236 (2016) ; 1061–1068
  • Hexaammineruthenium (II)/(III) as alternative redox-probe to Hexacyanoferrat (II)/(III) for stable impedimetric biosensing with gold electrodes
    Author(s): Schrattenecker, Julian D.; Heer, Rudolf; Melnik, Eva; Maier, Thomas; Fafilek, Günter; Hainberger, Rainer
    Journal: Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 127 (2018) ; 25–30
  • Towards Recycled Paper Based Impedance Biosensor with Wireless Readout
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Muschlin, Iris; Wildauer, Agnes; Raskovic, Mirco; Schotter, Joerg; Heilmann, Michael; Ide, Dirk; Borinski, Michael; Lieberzeit, Peter; Kataeva, Nadezhda; Mutinati, Giorgio C.; Heer, Rudolf; Hainberger, Rainer
    Conference Eurosensors, Paris
  • Surface Modification of Integrated Optical MZI Sensor Arrays Using Inkjet Printing Technology
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Strasser, Florian; Muellner, Paul; Heer, Rudolf; Mutinati, Giorgio C.; Koppitsch, Guenther; Lieberzeit, Peter; Laemmerhofer, Michael; Hainberger, Rainer
    Conference Eurosensors, Budapest
  • Photolithographic local surface modification of integrated evanescent wave based biosensors
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Muellner, Paul; Hainberger, Rainer; Laemmerhofer, Michael
    Conference 11. Dresdner Sensor-Symposium, Dresden
  • Biofilm Growth Monitoring on a-Si:H Based Mach-Zehnder Interferometric Biosensors
    Author(s): Melnik, Eva; Muellner, Paul; Bruck, Roman; Laemmerhofer, Michael; Hainberger, Rainer
    Conference Imaging and Applied Optics Technical Diges, Monterey, California United States

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