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The Photonics Event 2016 will take be in the NH Co...Continue

 

A Journal Club in which a few people per session a...Continue

 

"Coherent scattering of pulsatile flow"Continue

 

A Journal Club in which a few people per session a...Continue

 

"Optics at the Nanoscale – A Tale of Nanostructure...Continue

 

Quantitative Imaging

In Quantitative Imaging (QI) we invent and realize image-based measurement principles and instruments based on computational imaging in nanoscopy, (integrated) biophotonics and biomedical imaging. We develop methods and image processing algorithms to study fundamental questions in life sciences and achieve differential diagnosis in healthcare.


LATEST NEWS:

QI: Publication Ted Young in Nature Methods

23 May 2016

The researchers developed single-image fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (siFLIMIM), a method for acquiring quantitative lifetime images from a single exposure. siFLIMIM takes advantage of a new generation of dedicated cameras that simultaneously record two 180°-phase-shifted images, and it allows for video-rate lifetime imaging with minimal phototoxicity and bleaching. siFLIMIM is also...Continue

 

QI: Ruben Verweij started his MSc project.

20 May 2016

On May 17th Ruben Verweij started his MSc project: ”Diffusion Tensor MRI”. His supervisors are Frans Vos and Joor Arkesteijn Continue

 

AWI: STW-Hartstichting project "Early Finding of diastolic heart Failure by EchoCardiographic Tissue Stiffness measurements (EFFECTS)" approved

09 May 2016

Heart failure is a major public health problem in developed countries. There is a poor prognosis in patients with heart failure. Left ventricular diastolic dysfunction is one of the important underlying mechanisms, to a large extent caused by increased stiffness of the heart. Patients with predominantly diastolic dysfunction have a 1-year mortality rate of 25%. The Dutch health care costs of...Continue

 

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