Nanda Bloom joined ImPhys as MSc student
Nanda Bloom has just started her Master End Project within the Jena-TUD graduate school. The project is aimed at investigating the applicability of stochastic resonators for micro-optical spectrometer arrays.
Nanda is a master student in Applied Physics at the TU Delft, in which she also obtained her BSc. At the moment, she is on an exchange in Jena, Germany. Instead of following the second year program of Applied Physics, she follows the second year of the master Photonics at the Friedrich-Schiller Universität.
Currently, she is doing her master thesis in the group Optical and Mechanical System Design at the IOF (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering). She is under supervision of Dr. Dirk Michaelis, Prof. Uwe Zeitner and Assoc. Prof. Omar El Gawhary (TUD supervisor). The project is aimed at investigating the applicability of stochastic resonators for micro-optical spectrometer arrays.