Researcher Profile

Dr. Jakub Dostalek

Dr. Dostalek

Function

Scientist

Center

GF

Business Unit

Biosensor Technologies

E-Mail

Jakub.Dostalek(at)ait.ac.at

Fax

+43 505504450

Address

Muthgasse 11, 1190 Vienna

Career

Area: Biomedical & Biomolecular Health Solutions

Field: Molecular Diagnostics

Main Research: plasmonic biosensors

Experience:

Jakub Dostalek's research interests include combined aspects of nano-photonics, materials research, and biointerfaces that are attractive for optical sensors and biosensors. Novel optical phenomena associated to surface plasmons – optical resonances with tightly confined electromagnetic field occurring on thin metallic films and metallic nanostructures. Analytical systems enabling interaction analysis and rapid and sensitive detection of molecular and biological species, particularly relevant to medical diagnostics and food control.
 

  • 2000-2006: PhD studies
    Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague. / Czech Republic
  • 2006-2007: Posdoctoral studies
    Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz / Germany
  • 2007-2008: Project leader
    Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz / Germany
  • 2009-now: Project leader
    AIT-Austrian Institute of Technology / Austria
  • 2011: Technical committee of Biophotonics 2011 conference in Parma
  • 2013: Scientific and technical programm committee of conference Surface Plasmon Photonics 6, Ottawa

Publications

  • Prostate Specific Antigen Biosensor Based on Long Range Surface Plasmon-Enhanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Dextran Hydrogel Binding Matrix
    Author(s): Y. Wang, Annette Brunsen, U. Jonas, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Analytical Chemistry, 81 (2009) ; 9625-9632
  • Optical waveguide spectroscopy for the investigation of protein-functionalized hydrogel films
    Author(s): A. Aulasevich, R.F. Roskamp, U. Jonas, B. Menges, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 30 (2009) ; 872-877
  • Long range surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy for the detection of aflatoxin M1 in milk
    Author(s): Y. Wang, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 24 (2009) ; 2264-2267
  • Coupled long range surface plasmons for the investigation of thin films and interfaces
    Author(s): J. Dostalek, R. F. Roskamp, W. Knoll
    Journal: Sensors and Actuators B, 139 (2009) ; 9-12
  • Magnetic nanoparticle-enhanced SPR biosensor
    Author(s): Y. Wang, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Proc. Engineering, 5 (2010) ; 1017-1020
  • ong range surface plasmon and hydrogel waveguide field-enhanced fluorescence biosensor with 3D binding matrix: on the role of mass transport
    Author(s): C.J. Huang, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 26 (2010) ; 1425-1431
  • Molecularly Controlled Functional Architectures at Biointerfaces
    Author(s): E-K. Sinner, S. Ritz, Y. Wang, J. Dostalek, U. Jonas, W. Knoll
    Journal: Materials Today, 23 (2010) ; 47-55
  • Biosensor based on Hydrogel Optical Waveguide Spectroscopy
    Author(s): Y. Wang, C.J. Huang, U. Jonas, T. Wei, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 25 (2010) ; 1663-1668
  • ptimization of layer structure supporting long range surface plasmons for surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy biosensors
    Author(s): C.J. Huang, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Journal of Vacuum Society and Technology B, 28 (2010) ; 66-72
  • Magnetic Nanoparticle-Enhanced Biosensor Based On Grating-Coupled Surface Plasmon Resonance
    Author(s): Y.Wang, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Analytical Chemistry, 83 (2011) ; 6202–6207
  • Long-Range Surface Plasmon-Coupled Emission for Biosensor Applications
    Author(s): K.Toma, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Journal: Optics Express, 19 (2011) ; 11084–11089
  • Long-Range Surface Plasmon-Enhanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy Biosensor for Ultrasensitive Detection of E. coli O157:H7
    Author(s): C.J. Huang, J. Dostalek, A. Sessitsch, W. Knoll
    Journal: Analytical Chemistry, 83 (2011) ; 674–677
  • Long Range Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor for Magnetic Nanoparticle-Enhanced Detection of Bacterial Pathogens
    Author(s): Y. Wang, W. Knoll, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Analytical Chemistry, 84 (2012) ; 8345-8350
  • Surface plasmon-coupled emission on plasmonic Bragg gratings
    Author(s): M. Toma, K. Toma, P. Adam, J. Homola, W. Knoll, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Optics Express, 20 (2012) ; 14042
  • Bragg-scattered surface plasmon microscopy
    Author(s): M. Toma, W. Knoll, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Plasmonics, 7 (2012) ; 293-299
  • Thin Hydrogel Films for Optical Biosensor Applications
    Author(s): A. Mateescu, Y. Wang, J. Dostalek, U. Jonas
    Journal: Membranes, 2 (2012) ; 40-69
  • Collective localized surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence for high performance biosensors
    Author(s): M. Bauch, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Optics Express, 21 (2013) ; 20470-20483
  • Tunable and robust long range surface plasmon resonance for biosensor applications
    Author(s): R. Mejard, J. Dostalek, CJ. Huang, H. Griesser, B. Thierry
    Journal: Optical Materials, 35 (2013) ; 2507-2513
  • Active control of SPR by thermoresponsive hydrogels for biosensor applications
    Author(s): M. Toma, U. Jonas, A. Mateescu, W. Knoll, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 117 (2013) ; 11705-11712
  • Compact surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence biochip
    Author(s): K. Toma, M. Vala, P. Adam, J. Homola, W. Knoll, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Optics Express, 21 (2013) ; 10121-10132
  • Nanotechnology advanced antifouling surfaces for the continuous electrochemical monitoring of glucose in the whole blood
    Author(s): M. M. Pichler, S. Kupcu, C.J. Huang, J. Dostalek, D. Pum, U. B. Sleytr, P.Ertl
    Journal: Lab Chip, 13 (2013) ; 1780
  • Bloch Surface Wave-Enhanced Fluorescence Spectroscopy Biosensor
    Author(s): K. Toma, E. Descrovi, M. Toma, M. Ballarini, P. Mandracci, F.Giorgis, A.Mateescu, U. Jonas, W. Knoll, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 43 (2013) ; 108-114
  • Biosensor Based on Hydrogel Optical Waveguide Spectroscopy for the Detection of 17ß-Estradiol
    Author(s): Q. Zhang, Y. Wang, A., Mateescu, K. Sergelen, A. Kibrom, U. Jonas, T. Wei, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Talanta, 104 (2013) ; 149-154
  • Surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence biosensors: a review
    Author(s): M. Bauch, K. Toma, M. Toma, Q. Zhang, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Plasmonics, in press (2014)
  • SPR bacterial pathogen biosensors: the importance of fluidic conditions and probing depth
    Author(s): CJ. Huang, W. Knoll, A. Sessitsch, J. Dostalek
    Journal: Talanta, 122 (2014) ; 166-171
  • Plasmonics;
    Polymer Science: A Comprehensive Reference

    Author(s): Dostálek J and Knoll W
    Publisher: Elsevier BV; Amsterdam; 2012; 647–659; 978-0-08-087862-1
    Series: Matyjaszewski K and Möller M
  • Evanescent wave biosensors with hydrogel binding matrix;
    Handbook of Biofunctional Surfaces

    Author(s): Y. Wang, C. J. Huang, J. Dostalek
    Publisher: Pan Stanford Publishing; Singaproe; 2012; 9789814316637
    Series: Wolfgang Knoll
  • Surface plasmon resonance-based biosensors;
    Advanced surface design for biomaterial and life science applications

    Author(s): J. Dostalek, C. J. Huang, W. Knoll
    Publisher: Wiley-VCH; Weinheim; 2009; 29-49; 978-3-527-40789-7
    Series: A.T.A. Jenkins, R. Foersch, H. Schoenherr
  • Long range surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence spectroscopy as a platform for biosensors;
    Advanced surface design for biomaterial and life science applications

    Author(s): A. Kasry, J. Dostalek, W. Knoll
    Publisher: Wiley-VCH; Weinheim; 2009; 447-460; 978-3-527-40789-7
    Series: A.T.A. Jenkins, R. Foersch, H. Schoenherr
  • Optical Biosensors / Nanotechnologies (2013)
    Fachhochschule Technikum Wien
  • Optical Biosensors / Nanotechnologies (2012)
    Fachhochschule Technikum Wien

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