Current News and Announcements from the Biophysics Group:
Master Student (Erasmus Scholar) , “STED-optimization by Smart Beam Shaping and Timing”
Ornstein Lab OL 056a
Jacob is a Physics master student at the Dresden University of Technology
in Dresden, Germany, and will join the group to work on ways to optimize STED imaging by smartly controlling the shape and timing of the two laser beams used for imaging.
This week, several members of our group will attend the Focus On Microscopy Conference
in Bordeaux, France. There, we will present a poster and give two talks:
- “Fluorescently Labeled Silica Coated Gold Nanoparticles as Fiducials for Correlative Microscopy“, (Jantina Fokkema, poster, P1-D/9, Monday)
- “Simultaneous STED-FLIM Imaging of Actin and EGFR” (Hans Gerritsen, talk, TU-AF1-PAR-B, Tuesday at 14:20)
- “Looking through a Mismatched Sample: When the Emission and Excitation PSF Are No Longer the Same” (Sergey Loginov, talk, WE-MO2-PAR-C, Wednesday at 12:00)
In addition, may I wholeheartly recommend a talk by one of our colleagues from the Soft Condensed Matter Group:
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).
Congratulations to Job
for winning the 2nd and 3rd prize, respectively, for their entries in the Utrecht BioImaging
Image Contest 2016. Well done to both of them!
Their master pieces can be found under the fold.
Looking for the best place to study phyiscs? 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 day starts at 9:30 am in the Koningsbergergebouw on the Uithof.