Sjoerd Stallinga

Research Interest: Computational Imaging, Super-Resolution Microscopy, Digital Pathology

Academic Background:
Sjoerd Stallinga (1970) obtained his Ph.D degree (1995) at the University of Nijmegen after graduating at that university (1993) on a theoretical study in liquid crystal physics. He has worked from 1995-2008 as senior scientist and project leader at Philips Research in Eindhoven on the optics of LCDs, the standardization and development of the Blu-ray Disc format in optical storage, various topics in optical design, and where he initiated the topic of digital pathology and the technology of whole slide imaging systems. In 2009 he joined the Delft University of Technology as associate professor in the Department of Imaging Physics, and got promoted to full professor in 2018. Current research interests are in the analysis, design & realization of computational optical imaging systems. The application focus is on biomedical imaging and microscopy in general and optical nanoscopy and digital pathology in particular. Sjoerd Stallinga has published 68 peer-reviewed papers, 24 Philips internal publications, and is inventor on 36 granted US patents.

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