“Widefield Anisotropy Microscopy”Ornstein Lab OL 056a
Johannes graduated from high school in Karlsruhe, Germany, in 2010 and went on to obtain a BSc in Applied Physics at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, in 2014. In September 2015 he started his MSc in Science and Business Management at Utrecht University, The Netherlands, commencing his first year with a research project about anisotropy imaging in the Molecular Biophysics group under supervision by Gerhard Blab. The goal of his research project is to explore the possibility of using a wide-field, dual-camera imaging system to measure the anisotropy inside a complex sample.
Johannes, who is an avid world traveller, has used his breaks in between studies to travel the world extensively and has so far visited more than 20 countries on five continents, with adventures ranging from trekking through the Ladakhi Himalaya in India to exploring the depth of the Cuyabeno jungle in Ecuador.