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prof. Ing. František Uherek, PhD.
Identification number: 1937
University e-mail: frantisek.uherek [at]
Prorektor - Vedenie STU (REKP REK)
Profesor CSc.,PhD. - Institute of Electronics and Phototonics (FEEIT)
Vice-chancellor - Slovak university of technology in Bratislava
External colleague - Institute of Industrial Engineering and Management (MTF)

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Basic information about a final thesis

Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:Model of a photonic sensor for monitoring glucose levels
Written by (author): Ing. Daniel Igaz
Department: Department of microelectronics (FEEIT)
Thesis supervisor: prof. Ing. František Uherek, PhD.
Opponent:RNDr. Anton Mateašík, PhD.
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.

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Language of final thesis:Slovak

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Title of the thesis:Model of a photonic sensor for monitoring glucose levels
Summary:The main goal is to design a mathematical model simulating the operation of an optical sensor for monitoring glucose levels based on the fluorescence response of a protein pair CFP and YPF sensitive to presence of glucose in solution. Based on glycemic input trend and selected parameters, the model simulates diffusion of glucose molecules into a permeable polymer matrix and at the output provides information on resulting fluorescence spectrum. The model is implemented in simulation environment SIMULINK and consists of several functional units. The developed model gives an idea of the kinetics of protein fluorescence response in the presence of glucose. Information provided by simulations can be used as a basis for optimization of a developed implantable photonic sensor in 6.RP P.CEZANNE project.
Key words:mathematical model, optical sensor, fluorescence, diffusion, permeable polymer matrix

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