Grant-Funded Researcher (A)
School of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Dr Elizaveta Klantsataya obtained her PhD in Experimental Physics (Optical Fibre Sensing) from the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) in 2017. Her PhD work focused on the development of a plasmonic optical fibre sensor for biochemical applications. Dr Klantsataya worked on an optical fibre based pH sensor for breast cancer detection, and development of Mid-IR fibre lasers for remote sensing applications. Currently, her work focuses on novel fluorescent spectroscopy techniques for identification of materials and sensing applications.
- Development of a middle infrared fibre laser at 3.5 micron for atmospheric sensing, Qswitching of the laser for pulsed operation, laser frequency narrowing.
- Development of a fibre-optic pH sensor for detection of breast cancer tissue during surgery, development of a portable devise for the use in operating theatre, optimisation of probe fabrication, building a clinically relevant database of tissue samples.
- Development of a portable laser setup for testing of food quality in a commercial setting and data analysis.
Date Position Institution name 2017 - ongoing University Research Fellow Institute of Photonics and Advance Sensing (IPAS) - The Univeristy of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2017 Award Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence 2015 Award Wanda Henry Award for Best Student Presentation 2014 Award Merry Wickes Transdisciplinary Prize for best presentation
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review Russian Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2013 - 2017 Institute for Photonics and Advance Sensing (IPAS) Australia PhD in Experimental Physics 2010 - 2012 The Univeristy of Adelaide Australia Master of Computing and Innovation
Year Citation 2019 Zuber, A., Klantsataya, E., & Bachhuka, A. (2019). Biosensing. In D. L. Andrews, R. H. Lipson, & T. Nann (Eds.), Comprehensive Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Vol. 1-5, pp. 105-126). London, United Kingdom: Academic Press.
Year Citation 2019 Henderson-Sapir, O., Malouf, A., Bawden, N., Klantsataya, E., Munch, J., Majewski, M., . . . Ottaway, D. (2019). Erbium-doped mid-infrared fiber lasers. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering Vol. 10981 (pp. 1-7). online: SPIE.
2018 Bawden, N., Matsukuma, H., Henderson-Sapir, O., Klantsataya, E., Tokita, S., & Ottaway, D. (2018). Q-switched dual-wavelength pumped 3.5-μm erbium-doped mid-Infrared fiber laser. In I. Hartl, & A. Carter (Eds.), Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering Vol. 10512 (pp. 6 pages). San Francisco, CA: SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING.
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2016 Klantsataya, E., François, A., Sciacca, B., Zuber, A., Ebendorff-Heidepriem, H., Hoffmann, P., & Monro, T. (2016). Exploiting surface plasmon scattering on optical fibers. In M. Hutchinson, & E. Goldys (Eds.), Proceedings: SPIE BioPhotonics Australasia Vol. 10013 (pp. 1001319-1-1001319-9). Adelaide, Australia: SPIE.
2015 François, A., Sciacca, B., Klantsataya, E., Zuber, A., Hoffmann, P., Klinger-Hoffmann, M., & Monro, T. (2015). Surface plasmon scattering: An alternative approach for optical fibers biosensors. In B. Lee, S. Lee, & Y. Rao (Eds.), Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering Vol. 9655 (pp. 4 pages). Jeju, SOUTH KOREA: SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING.
2014 François, A., Sciacca, B., Zuber, A., Klantsataya, E., & Monro, T. (2014). Dependence of metal-enhanced fluorescence on surface roughness. In Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 8957 (pp. 8 pages). San Francisco, CA., U.S.A.: SPIE.
2014 Klantsataya, E., François, A., Zuber, A., Torok, V., Kostecki, R., & Monro, T. (2014). Exposed core microstructured optical fiber surface plasmon resonance biosensor. In Optical Fibers andSensors for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Applications XIV Vol. 8938 (pp. 11 pages). San Francisco, CA., U.S.A.: SPIE.
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Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2018 Co-Supervisor Analysis of Up-Conversion Fluorescence from Explosives, Molecules and Precursors Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Thomas Jacob De Prinse
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