I received the Young Scientist Award of the German Society for Applied Optics (DGaO) in Dresden last week.
I will be giving a talk about my research at the BioDIP in Dresden on June 9th in the morning.
I gave a talk about Large Volume Functional Imaging in the Mouse Brain at the Rockefeller University Neuroscience retreat at Stone Barns last Monday.
Our publication about the scanned temporal focusing microscope is part of Nature’s paper collection “Deep imaging of live tissue”.
The latest newsletter of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light has an article about COLD microscopy publication. The short article also discusses the background of this work and how it developed from earlier low temperature experiments in Vahid Sandoghdar’s laboratory.
A BioRxiv preprint of our latest submitted article discussing large-volume 2-photon calcium imaging modalities is online. We look into the signal-to-noise ratio, recording rate and power requirements of different approaches and what the implications are for faithful extraction of the neuronal activities.
There is a new version of a video about the Nano-Optics Division at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light including parts of my PhD work on YouTube: Biophysical Society TV.
After many years I have finally found a few minutes to overhaul my website. It is now a WordPress-based website about my research profile, publications and outreach activities. I was inspired to do that after reading a Nature Jobs blog post.
I was in Erlangen, Germany, for my PhD defense this week. Here are a few pictures from right after the defense.
I have moved to The Rockefeller University in New York where I continue my work in Alipasha Vaziri’s lab.
The IMPerfectos made 2nd place at the Vienna Dragonboat Cup! Here are some impressions from the day.
I have started my postdoc in Alipasha Vaziri’s lab at the Institute for Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna. I will be working on fast volumetric calcium imaging.
The OSA Student Chapter screened the documentary “That’s the story”. It features an interview with the nobel laureate Prof. Roy J. Glauber, who is the last living scientist from the theory division of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos. I led the subsequent panel discussion with José Ignacio Latorre from […]
I gave talk about our latest results to achieve Angstrom-scale resolution in resolving fluorophores attached to proteins using our low-temperature super-resolution microscope at the Single Molecule Localization Microscope Symposium in Bordeaux, France.
I made a presentation for high school students today about super-resolution microscopy. It was a school outreach activity of our OSA Student Chapter. Here are some pictures.