We are looking for experimentally interested Masters and/or Bachlor students want to do their thesis project on the topic of OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography, with PhD candidate Pegah Asgari). OCT is an microscopy techique that allows to visualize small, sub-nanometre changes in a sample by means of interference. The ulitmate goal is to visualize electrophysiologic Action Potentials in live cells noninvasively, using optical means alone.
The project will involve learning how to operate the OCT system, but depending on the qualifications and interests of the student, it can be tailored towards a more experimentally oriented work, or focus more on theoretical aspects such as data and noise analysis — the latter being of utmost importance for an optical technique with picometre sensitivity!
If you are intested and want to know more, please contact Gerhard Blab!
We are currently offering a masters research project for students of Experimental Physics, or for preference, Nanomaterials Science in our lab (Molecular Biophysics). The research concerns energy transfer and quenching effects observed in fiducial markers for CLEM* and fluorescent labels used in super-resolution microscopy. You will find the full project description and contact details after the break.
Continue reading Master’s Projects Available: “Short Range Interactions of Fluorescent Dyes”
It is October, so scarcely a month after we have welcomed this year’s student into our master’s programmes, and it is already time to welcome visitors interested in becoming next year’s students. I hope to see you this afternoon at the Open Day in the Koningsberger Building on the Uithof!
Continue reading Master’s OpenDay — October 2018
Just as the academic year is starting today, September 5, it is my pleasure to welcome all new Master’s students of the programme “Experimental Physics”. Continue reading Master Introduction – Autumn 2017
Looking for the best place to study physics?(*) Look no further — today, all the Exact (Bèta) Sciences will tell you why Utrecht is the place to come to when it comes to your science master studies! The master evening starts at 5pm in the Hijmans van den Berghgebouw on the Uithof (close to the UMC hospital).
Continue reading Master’s Evening 2017
Time flies when you should be doing other things. It is already September, again, so a hearty welcome to the freshmen and -women of the Master’s Programme Experimental Physics!
Continue reading Master’s Introduction 2016
Today we welcome 17 students of the Quantitative Bio-Imaging Spring Course in our lab. The best and brightest of Utrecht Life Sciences will learn about using fluorescence techniques that can be used to study molecular interactions, and the limits and pitfalls of data analysis.
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Bringing together 11 enthusiastic participants with 3 communication experts and an excellent teacher, this week saw the first workshop “Are You Still Talking?” on Science Communication. Many thanks to Therese Schedifka, Liesbeth de Bakker, Jasper van Winden, Norma Jeane Mortenson, our speaker Mark Bos , and my co-organiser Mirko Schäfer for their support in making this workshop a success! Continue reading Done Talking?
February 24-26th, 2016 in Utrecht
Whether presenting face-to-face, exchanging opinions over eMail, or putting down your ideas for a thesis, compiling home-work, or writing the authoritative publication for Nature: a meaningful message needs more than just talking! Continue reading Workshop on Science Communication
Look no further — this afternoon, all the Exact (Bèta) Sciences will tell you why Utrecht is the place to come to when it comes to your science master studies! The master evening starts at 5 pm in the AA Hijmans vd Bergh Building on the Uithof.
Continue reading Looking for a Place to Study Physics?