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25 January 2023

Pushing the boundaries of ultrasound

Pushing the boundaries of ultrasound

Physicist David Maresca has received a Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Dynamic Imaging grant to develop a next-generation medical ultrasound tool. While state-of-the-art ultrasound imaging, known to most as a baby’s first picture, can show our anatomy and organs, the new tool will be able to zoom in much further, all the way down to the level of the cells in our body.

19 January 2023

Dies Natalis lecture ‘Microscopy: Discovering invention, inventing discovery’

Dies Natalis lecture ‘Microscopy: Discovering invention, inventing discovery’

Following in the footsteps of Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek and his groundbreaking microscope, Bernd Rieger and Sjoerd Stallinga unlocked the current world of microscopy, and showed us which innovations led us there, at the 181st birthday of TU Delft.

18 January 2023

Freek Pols successfully defended his PhD thesis

Freek Pols successfully defended his PhD thesis

On January 17th Freek Pols successfully defended his PhD thesis on "Development of a teaching-learning sequence for scientific inquiry through argumentation in secondary physics education".

12 January 2023

Westerdijk Prize for Aurèle Adam

Westerdijk Prize for Aurèle Adam

Aurèle Adam, Assistant Professor at ImPhys and Programme Director of the Applied Physics Master’s, has received this year’s Westerdijk Prize. Timon Idema presented the prize to the physicist for his great commitment to and passion for teaching.

14 December 2022

Yi Zhang joined ImPhys as PhD student

Yi Zhang joined ImPhys as PhD student

Yi will be studying inductive bias induced by the nature of imaging physics for medical image analysis by deep learning under supervision of Dr. Qian Tao

12 December 2022

RADIOBLOCKS: A New European Consortium to develop Next Generation Technologies for Radio Astronomy Infrastructures

RADIOBLOCKS: A New European Consortium to develop Next Generation Technologies for Radio Astronomy Infrastructures

The RADIOBLOCKS project, coordinated by JIVE ERIC and including major European research infrastructures for radio astronomy, together with partners from industry and academia, have been granted 10 M€ by the European Commission to develop “common building blocks” for technological solutions beyond state-of-the-art, that will enable a broad range of new science and enhance European scientific competitiveness. The RADIOBLOCKS project will start on 1 March 2023.

05 December 2022

Prize for best poster awarded to Isabel Droste at the Face2Phase conference

Prize for best poster awarded to Isabel Droste at the Face2Phase conference

The prize for the best poster at the Face2Phase conference has been awarded to Isabel Droste for the poster titled ‘Vectorial PSF model with field dependent aberrations using Nodal Aberration Theory’. The poster shows the work of Isabel Droste together with Sjoerd Stallinga and Bernd Rieger in the field of Single Molecule Localization Microscopy (SMLM).

01 December 2022

3-in-1 microscope shows researchers the way to proteins

3-in-1 microscope shows researchers the way to proteins

Physicists from TU Delft have developed a 3-in-1 microscope where a light beam, electron beam and ion beam work together to precisely cut out specific slices from biological samples. These slices are indispensable for biomolecular research into new generations of medicines. The invention was published in the journal eLife on 1 December.

29 November 2022

Face2Phase 3rd edition realized on November 7-9, 2022 in Delft

Face2Phase 3rd edition realized on November 7-9, 2022 in Delft

The conference addressed phase information in imaging with topics such as lensless imaging, phase retrieval, adaptive and active optics, ptychography, holography, tomography. We also had the honour to have 14 invited speakers from all over the world and many oral and poster presentations. The conference attracted about 100 participants from the Netherlands and from abroad.

28 November 2022

Selina Teurlings joined ImPhys as Biolab Technician

Selina Teurlings joined ImPhys as Biolab Technician

Selina Teurlings joined ImPhys as Biolab Technician. She has a bachelor in Applied Biology and a master in Animal Sciences. Selina has worked for 2 years at the Van Woerden lab (Erasmus MC) on the role of CAMK2A in ischemia as well as the role of CAMK2 in neurodevelopment and neurodevelopmental disorders.

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