Building a global analysis service

Technology

The core technology behind our products has been refined over more than a decade of research and development. Today, our technology stack spans from controlling the nano-scale to cloud computing.

Founded in 2015, cphnano is a Danish Labtech company that develops digital laboratory analysis and diagnostics.

We work with upgrading UV-Vis spectroscopy to be at the forefront at the technology development for the lab of the future, including optical simulations of the instrumentation for better chemical and biological characterisation and ground-breaking nanotechnology for Life Science studies.

A bit more specific, we have developed digital cloud solutions that can do advanced optical computations in 5 seconds and new types of cuvettes with nanotechnology that allows for 500 nL measurements with any spectrophotometer.
The core technology behind our products has been refined over more than a decade of research and development. Today, our technology stack spans from controlling the nano-scale to cloud computing:

Literature

The core nanotechnology is well described in literature and cphnano is a spin-out from Professor A. Kristensens group at the Department of Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark. Peer-reviewed publications on the underlying technology and applications can be found here:
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Label-free monitoring of diffusion in microfluidicsSørensen, K. T., & Kristensen, A. (2017). Micromachines, 8(11), [329].https://doi.org/10.3390/mi8110329DTU Orbit
All-polymer photonic crystal slab sensorHermannsson, P. G., Sørensen, K. T., Vannahme, C., Smith, C., Klein, J. J., Russew, M-M., … Kristensen, A. (2015). Optics Express, 23(13), 16529-16539.https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.23.016529DTU Orbit
High frame rate multi-resonance imaging refractometry with distributed feedback dye laser sensorVannahme, C., Dufva, M., & Kristensen, A. (2015), Light: Science & Applications, 4(4), [e269].https://doi.org/10.1038/lsa.2015.42DTU Orbit
Refractive index dispersion sensing using an array of photonic crystal resonant reflectorsHermannsson, P. G., Vannahme, C., Smith, C., Sørensen, K. T., & Kristensen, A. (2015). Applied Physics Letters, 107(6), [061101].https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4928548DTU Orbit
Refractometric monitoring of dissolution and fluid flow with distributed feedback dye laser sensorVannahme, C., Sørensen, K. T., Gade, C., Dufva, M., & Kristensen, A. (2015). Optics Express, 23(5), 6562-6568.https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.23.006562DTU Orbit
-Absolute analytical prediction of photonic crystal guided mode resonance wavelengthsP. G. Hermannsson, C. Vannahme, C. L. C. Smith, & A. Kristensen. Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 071103 (2014).https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4893664-
-Accurate wavelength prediction of photonic crystal resonant reflection and applications in refractive index measurementP. G. Hermannsson,
C. Vannahme, C. L. C. Smith & A. Kristensen. Sensors IEEE, (2014).
https://doi.org/10.1109/ICSENS.2014.6985274-