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09 oktober 2020

New paper on teaching a physics lab course in times of COVID

Freek Pols is co-author of a paper on teaching a physics lab course in times of COVID by Forrest Bradbury (AUC), Freek is involved in this Comenius project as an expert on physics lab courses and has contributed in designing this Pandemic resilient lab course.

07 oktober 2020

Sina Sadighikia joined ImPhys as a postdoc

Sina will be working on the technological development and industrial adaptation of multi-beam microscopes under the supervision of Jacob Hoogenboom and Pieter Kruit.

07 oktober 2020

Makerspace for Applied Physics

On the first of October the Applied Physics Makerspace was officially opened. Since the curriculum revision of the BSc Applied Physics, with a focus on design education, having such a space, has been a wish of the programme.

05 oktober 2020

Ernest van der Wee joined ImPhys as a postdoc

Ernest van der Wee joined our group as a postdoc on October 1st. He will be working on cryogenic super-resolution fluorescence targeting for FIB milling in electron cryotomography, under supervision of Jacob Hoogenboom and in collaboration with the group of Arjen Jakobi.

01 oktober 2020

New paper: "Teaching a hands-on course during corona lockdown: from problems to opportunities"

Rolf Hut, Eric Verschuur and Freek Pols published a paper on how the freshman course Design Engineering for Physics Students was adapted. Teaching a hands- and minds-on course, in which feedback is essential in order to learn, is difficult, especially in times of COVID-19 where student progression cannot be monitored directly.

25 september 2020

Willem van Valenberg successfully defended his PhD thesis

On September 18th, 2020 Willem van Valenberg successfully defended his PhD thesis on "Methods for Multi-Parametric Quantitative MRI".

23 september 2020

Leon van der Graaff successfully defended his PhD thesis

On September 9th, 2020 Leon van der Graaff successfully defended his PhD thesis on "Multi-modal Whole Slide Imaging".

16 september 2020

Qingru Li joined ImPhys as a PhD student

Qingru Li joined our group as PhD student on September 1st. She will be working on the project 4Pi single molecule localization microscopy, under the supervision of Prof. Bernd Rieger.

15 september 2020

Coherent Fourier scatterometry reveals nerve fiber crossings in the brain

In January, Miriam Menzel visited the optics group to work on an experiment to measure scattering patterns in monkey and human brain tissue using coherent Fourier scatterometry. By transmitting a non-focused laser beam through unstained histological brain sections, the scattering patterns for small tissue regions (with diameters of 0.1–1 mm) were obtained. These patterns show accordance with the simulated scattering patterns. In this way we showed that is possible to reveal individual fiber orientations for up to three crossing nerve fiber bundles, with crossing angles down to 25°.

07 september 2020

Unieke coherente Soft X-Ray-bron aangekomen in Delft

Bij de Optics Research groep van de afdeling Imaging Physics is onlangs een Soft X-Ray-bron geïnstalleerd. De bron gaat een belangrijke rol spelen binnen het LINX-consortium, dat geleid wordt door de TU Delft. Het doel van dit consortium is om nieuwe technieken te ontwikkelen om extreem kleine structuren af te beelden in 3D, bijvoorbeeld op de nieuwe generatie computerchips.

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