Applied Physics (2007-present)
Microbiological Sensor - Asynchronous Rotation of Magnetic Beads
Advisor: Raoul Kopelman
About Paivo: Paivo received his BS
from the University of Turku after completing a
year long exchange program at the University of Michigan in
started Applied Physics program at the UofM the same year, joining
Professor Kopelman's research group in 2008 where he currently is a
McNaughton, B. H, P. Kinnunen, R. G
Smith, S. N Pei, R. Torres-Isea, R.
Kopelman, and R. Clarke. “Compact sensor for measuring nonlinear
rotational dynamics of driven magnetic microspheres with biomedical
applications.” Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (2009).
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