New paper on “instant volumetric imaging”

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Congratulations to our PI, Dr. Florian Ströhl, for his recently published paper titled: Multifocus microscopy with optical sectioning and high axial resolution. The research article, published in the prestigious journal OPTICA, reveals a novel technique to acquire several imaging planes … Continued

Sunil Bhatt awarded a travel grant for NEO Meeting

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Congratulations to Sunil Bhatt, who was granted travel fees for participating in the prestigious Norwegian Electro Optics (NEO) Meeting 2022 to present his paper ‘Motion trace analysis based on Label-free imaging and MUSICAL’. The NEO Meeting took place in September … Continued

Prof. Agarwal invited speaker at UNITUS University

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Prof. Krishna Agarwal was invited to present the OrganVision project (link: at “A.I. 4 Future” event. The event was organized by the Datrix Group (link: on the 21-22 of October at UNITUS university in Viterbo (Italy). The event … Continued

Zicheng Liu promoted to full professor

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Zicheng Liu was promoted to full professor in September 2022, at Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), China, due to his contributions to electromagnetic modeling and imaging. He joined NPU as an associate professor in 2021. From 2020 to 2021, he was … Continued

Dr. Vanderpoorten receives MSCA grant

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Congratulations to our colleague, Dr. Oliver Vanderpoorten, who has been granted 2.1 million NOK for his project: “Nanofluidics for label-free detection of exosomes and protein aggregates in neurodegenerative disease research (EXO-CHIP)” via the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowships 2021, funded … Continued

Krishna Agarwal promoted to full professor

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We are happy to announce the promotion of Krishna Agarwal to a full professor at the Department of Physics and Technology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. The promotion takes effect from Sept 2021. Check out her LinkedIn post … Continued