Nanomedicine Ultrafast Biophotonics
In the nanomedicine research area the “Ultrafast Bio- and Nanophotonics” group is devoted to the study of smart drug delivery systems and other innovative nanomaterials using advanced fluorescence and nonlinear spectroscopy and using and developing new imaging techniques. Besides using more established super-resolution microscopy techniques one of our main focus is to develop new superresolution techniques.
Our femtosecond laser sources can be used for lased based micro-nanofabrication, e.g. of plasmonic nanostructures or biomimetic models and a multi-photon microscope is developed for teh study of nonlinear effects in nanopartcles, as well as, for deep tissue imaging purposes.
For more information on our group activities please contact Jana B. Nieder.
Please find further information for the specific research areas below:
Group manager Jana B. Nieder
We are happy to welcome Christian Maibohm from Denmark, who is a specialist in femtosecond laser applications with a PhD in physics and nanotechnology from University of Southern Denmark and ...
Rasa Ozolina left INL at the end of April and she is currently finalizing her master thesis for submission to the Technical University of Tampere in Finland in the frame of the master studies...