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ImPhys at world renowned ‘image’ gallery!

21 April 2017

ImPhys PhD student Tom Callewaert is imaging famous paintings at the Gallery of Honour of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam with optical coherence tomography. In a collaboration between 3mE (Joris Dik) and ImPhys (Jeroen Kalkman) Callewaert is studying thin varnish layers on Rembrandts’ famous Jewish bride painting to assess where restorations took place and where original varnish layers are still...Continue

 

Annelies Secretary of the year!

20 April 2017

Yes it happened.Our Annelies is secretary of the Year at TU Delft!!Continue

 

Prof. Keith Lidke from University of New Mexico, USA will visit ImPhys

13 April 2017

Prof. Lidke is currently with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque USA. He received his PhD from the University of Minnesota in 2002 on experimental low temperature physics. From 2002 to 2005 he was a PosDoc with Thomas Jovin at the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany. Since then he has exchanged students and collaborated...Continue

 

New technique colours biomolecules in tissues

07 April 2017

An extra detector on an electron microscope can help determine which molecules are found in which parts of a cell. This is what scientists at the UMCG and Delft University of Technology say in an article published today in the journal Scientific Reports. ‘This detector enables us to assign a colour to molecules in a cell’, says Ben Giepmans, the team leader from Groningen. ‘Multicolour electron...Continue

 

Sebastiaan Lokhorst started his MSc project

06 April 2017

Sebastiaan works on simulation of dynamic effects of electron-matter scattering. This is a computer simulation project. His supervisors are Kerim Arat and Kees HagenContinue

 

Luc van Kessel joined our group as PhD

06 April 2017

Luc started his PhD on 1 April. He will work on Fundamental SEM modeling and metrology. This is a computer simulation project. His supervisor is Kees Hagen.Continue

 

Aya Mahgoub will join our group as PhD

06 April 2017

Aya will start her PhD on 1 May. She will work on on Controlled Electron Beam Induced Nanopatterning. Her supervisor is Kees Hagen. The project is part of the EU Marie-Curie ITN ‘ELENA’Continue

 
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