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Sandor Kasas graduated in medicine at the Lausanne University and joined EPFL in 2002. His main scientific work focuses on atomic force microscopy and biophysics. Since 2013 S. Kasas investigates the nanometric scale oscillations of living organisms and its potential applications in clinical medicine.
Nanomotion based rapid detection of bacterial resistance to antibiotics.
Atomic force microscopy applied to biological samples
Chemistry independent life detection in extreme environments