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Joerg Martini

Joerg Martini works in PARC's optical detection team, where he advances flow cytometry techniques to enable sophisticated particle analysis for point-of-care applications. He also developed an implantable optical continuous glucose monitor, which was expanded to detect other metabolites in chronically ill or critically injured patients.

Prior to joining PARC, Joerg worked on multiphoton microscopy, human cartilage implants, nuclear protein export, and atomic force microscopy/spectroscopy. He holds a Ph.D. in physics from Bielefeld University in Germany.


PARC publications

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Hyperspectral imaging with a liquid-crystal polarization interferometer

UC Berkeley Solid State Seminar

11 September 2015

Multiplexed flow assay based on absorption-encoded beads with compact read-out

Talk at CYTO Innovation 2015 Technology Showcase

27 June 2015


Miniaturized opto-fluidic system for on-the-flow analyte characterization based on spatial modulation technique

Proceedings for 17th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences

27 October 2013

Flow cytometry on a chip

Book chapter in Point of Care Diagnostics on a Chip



Opto-fluidic detection system enabling sophisticated point-of-care diagnostics

First Annual SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening) Conference and Exhibition

4 February 2012


Opto-fluidic detection system enabling sophisticated point-of-care diagnostics

IEEE/Photonics Society Winter Topicals 2011

10 October 2011

On-the-flow pathogen detection in water

SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing Symposium 2011

25 April 2011