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06 May 2022

Alim Yolalmaz joined ImPhys as Post-Doc

Alim Yolalmaz joined ImPhys as Post-Doc

Alim Yolalmaz is a post-doctoral researcher in Kalkman Research group supervised by Prof. Jeroen Kalkman. He received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Micro and Nanotechnology from Middle East Technical University in Turkey. He has a B.Sc. degree in Physics Engineering with a double major in Mechanical Engineering at Gaziantep University in Turkey.

06 May 2022

Lidija Nikolic joined ImPhys as Management Assistant

Lidija Nikolic joined ImPhys as Management Assistant

Lidija Nikolic joined ImPhys as Management Assistant. She is originally from Slovenia and has been living in The Netherlands for 15 years. Although she is totally new to TU Delft, she has gained experience in international environments during her previous assignments.

03 May 2022

Zwaartekracht funding for living cells consortium

Zwaartekracht funding for living cells consortium

The ministry of Education, Culture and Science has awarded a Zwaartekracht funding of 20.8 million euro to the IMAGINE! consortium, of which TU Delft researchers Elizabeth Carroll, Sjoerd Stallinga (both ImPhys) and Carlas Smith (3ME) are a part of.

02 May 2022

Researcher couple identifies most dangerous cancer cells

Researcher couple identifies most dangerous cancer cells

She's a cell biologist, he's a physicist. They met in Harvard. In the Netherlands they developed the UFO microscope that can distinguish a few dangerous cancer cells from a sea of ​​innocent ones.

26 April 2022

From light spots to supersharp images

From light spots to supersharp images

Making detailed 3D images of proteins in living cells with a special light microscope, without damaging those cells. That is what Sjoerd Stallinga, winner of an ERC Advanced grant worth 2.3 million euros, wants to achieve. In order to do so he is going to scan samples nanometer by nanometer using a sophisticated 3D light pattern in an approach that requires extensive collaboration between different disciplines.

26 April 2022

ERC Advanced grant for Sjoerd Stallinga

ERC Advanced grant for Sjoerd Stallinga

The European Research Council has awarded an ERC Advanced Grant to Sjoerd Stallinga The European grant enables internationally established research leaders to conduct a five-year research project.

26 April 2022

Octoscope: a compact microscope for voltage imaging

Octoscope: a compact microscope for voltage imaging

Voltage imaging and optogenetics offer new routes to optically detect and influence neural dynamics. Optimized hardware is necessary to make the most of these new techniques. In this study the Octoscope, a versatile, multimodal device for all-optical electrophysiology is presented. The researchers illustrate its concept and design and demonstrate its capability to perform both 1-photon and 2-photon voltage imaging with spatial and temporal light patterning, in both inverted and upright configurations, in vitro and in vivo.

22 April 2022

Jasper van Leeuwen joined ImPhys as MSc student

Jasper van Leeuwen joined ImPhys as MSc student

Jasper van Leeuwen will be working on dielectric active shimming for his thesis at Mars Lab, supervised by David Maresca and Paulina Šiurytė. The goal of the project is to incorporate remote switching in addition to designing, making, and testing a next-generation device, and if time permits, EM simulations.

22 April 2022

Do you want to know how droplets dry?

Do you want to know how droplets dry?

Recently researchers of the departments Chemical Engineering and Imaging Physics explored and demonstrated the use of optical coherence tomography (OCT) to measure the spatio-temporal concentration of solute in drying droplets and the development of a solidifying shell at the liquid-air interface, using aqueous droplets of maltodextrin as a model system.

20 April 2022

NEXTGEN HIGHTECH programme great boost for our work on electron microscopy

NEXTGEN HIGHTECH programme great boost for our work on electron microscopy

Just before Easter, the Dutch government decided to support the NEXTGEN HIGHTECH programme within the National Growthfund. This is a great boost for the lab of Jacob Hoogenboom and that of Carlas Smith (3mE) to continue their work on electron microscopy, automation, and metrology for life sciences with our partners Technolution Advance, Delmic, and many others.

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