- SPIE Spotlight E-book entitled “Biofunctionalized Photoelectric Transducers for Sensing and Actuation”, Knopf, G.K. and Al-Aribe, K.M. as part of the series on Biophotonics Sensing and Detection. SPIE Press (July 2017, ISBN 9781510613669)
- "Light Driven Micro/Nano-fluidic Systems ", Knopf, G.K. and Al-Aribe, K.M. (2012) Optical Nano and Micro Actuator Technology, G.K. Knopf and Y. Otani (Eds), CRC Press, pp. 375-403. (November 27, 2012 by CRC ISBN 9781439840535)
Peer Reviewed Journal Papers
- “Ionic Polymer Microactuator Activated by Photoresponsive Organic Proton Pumps” Al-Aribe, K.M., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. (2015), Actuators 4, 237-254;
- “Photo-electric Biotransducer for Activating Ionic Hydrogel Microactuators”. Al-Aribe, K.M., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. (2013), Sensors and Actuators B 176, 1056–1064.
· “Fabrication of an optically driven pH gradient generator based on self-assembled proton pumps” Al-Aribe, K.M., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. (2012), Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 12, 325-335.
· “Photoelectric Monolayers Based on Self -Assembled and Oriented Purple Membrane Patches”, Al-Aribe, K.M., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. (2011),. IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 20, 800-810.
Published Referred Conference Proceeding Papers
- “Organic photovoltaic cells based on photoactive bacteriorhodopsin proteins”, Al-Aribe, K., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. (2013), Proceedings of the SPIE Photonics West Conference, San Francisco, California, United States.
Photo-Responsive Hydrogel Microvalve Based on BR proton pumps”, Al-Aribe, K., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. (2012), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- “A Photoresponsive hydrogel microvalve activated by bacteriorhodopsin proton pumps.” Al-Aribe, K., Knopf, G.K. (2010), Proceedings of the SPIE Photonics West Conference, San Diego, California, United States.
Major Research Awards and Distinctions :
· SPIE Optics East Best Paper Award “Al-Aribe, K., Knopf, G.K., Bassi, A.S. Reconfigurable microfluidic chip based on a light-sensitive hydrogel. 2006, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
· Dean’s Graduate Thesis Research Award, 2006, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada