P. A. S. Jorge
P. A. S. Jorge
INESC TEC
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Hg (II) sensing based on functionalized carbon dots obtained by direct laser ablation
H Gonçalves, PAS Jorge, JRA Fernandes, JCGE da Silva
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 145 (2), 702-707, 2010
2212010
Towards a uniform metrological assessment of grating-based optical fiber sensors: From refractometers to biosensors
F Chiavaioli, CAJ Gouveia, PAS Jorge, F Baldini
Biosensors 7 (2), 23, 2017
1522017
Optical fiber sensing using quantum dots
P Jorge, MA Martins, T Trindade, JL Santos, F Farahi
Sensors 7 (12), 3489-3534, 2007
1392007
Ultrahigh-sensitivity temperature fiber sensor based on multimode interference
S Silva, EGP Pachon, MAR Franco, JG Hayashi, FX Malcata, O Frazão, ...
Applied optics 51 (16), 3236-3242, 2012
1322012
Optical current sensors for high power systems: a review
RM Silva, H Martins, I Nascimento, JM Baptista, AL Ribeiro, JL Santos, ...
Applied sciences 2 (3), 602-628, 2012
1282012
Optical fiber probes for fluorescence based oxygen sensing
PAS Jorge, P Caldas, CC Rosa, AG Oliva, JL Santos
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 103 (1-2), 290-299, 2004
1082004
Characterisation of a Nafion film by optical fibre Fabry–Perot interferometry for humidity sensing
JS Santos, IM Raimundo Jr, CMB Cordeiro, CR Biazoli, CAJ Gouveia, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 196, 99-105, 2014
742014
Quantum dots as self-referenced optical fibre temperature probes for luminescent chemical sensors
PAS Jorge, M Mayeh, R Benrashid, P Caldas, JL Santos, F Farahi
Measurement Science and Technology 17 (5), 1032, 2006
702006
Temperature-independent curvature sensor using FBG cladding modes based on a core misaligned splice
C Gouveia, PAS Jorge, JM Baptista, O Frazao
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 23 (12), 804-806, 2011
682011
Nonadiabatic tapered optical fiber for biosensor applications
H Latifi, MI Zibaii, SM Hosseini, P Jorge
Photonic Sensors 2 (4), 340-356, 2012
672012
Fiber optic hot-wire flowmeter based on a metallic coated hybrid long period grating/fiber Bragg grating structure
P Caldas, PAS Jorge, G Rego, O Frazão, JL Santos, LA Ferreira, F Araújo
Applied Optics 50 (17), 2738-2743, 2011
672011
Intrinsic Fabry–Pérot cavity sensor based on etched multimode graded index fiber for strain and temperature measurement
PAR Tafulo, PAS Jorge, JL Santos, FM Araujo, O Frazao
IEEE Sensors Journal 12 (1), 8-12, 2011
662011
High birefringence D-type fibre loop mirror used as refractometer
O Frazão, BV Marques, P Jorge, JM Baptista, JL Santos
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 135 (1), 108-111, 2008
632008
New trends on optical fiber tweezers
RSR Ribeiro, O Soppera, AG Oliva, A Guerreiro, PAS Jorge
Journal of Lightwave Technology 33 (16), 3394-3405, 2015
572015
Evanescent wave DNA-aptamer biosensor based on long period gratings for the specific recognition of E. coli outer membrane proteins
RB Queirós, C Gouveia, JRA Fernandes, PAS Jorge
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 62, 227-233, 2014
512014
Dual sensing of oxygen and temperature using quantum dots and a ruthenium complex
PAS Jorge, C Maule, AJ Silva, R Benrashid, JL Santos, F Farahi
Analytica chimica acta 606 (2), 223-229, 2008
492008
Applications of quantum dots in optical fiber luminescent oxygen sensors
PAS Jorge, M Mayeh, R Benrashid, P Caldas, JL Santos, F Farahi
Applied optics 45 (16), 3760-3767, 2006
462006
Fabry–Pérot cavity based on a high-birefringent fiber Bragg grating for refractive index and temperature measurement
C Gouveia, PAS Jorge, JM Baptista, O Frazao
IEEE Sensors Journal 12 (1), 17-21, 2011
452011
Fiber optic lifetime pH sensing based on ruthenium (II) complexes with dicarboxybipyridine
HMR Gonçalves, CD Maule, PAS Jorge, JCGE da Silva
analytica chimica acta 626 (1), 62-70, 2008
452008
Fabrication of Fresnel plates on optical fibres by FIB milling for optical trapping, manipulation and detection of single cells
RSR Ribeiro, P Dahal, A Guerreiro, PAS Jorge, J Viegas
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-14, 2017
442017
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