Leuven | More than two weeks ago
The next big push in microscopy with a large societal impact will come from extremely compact and robust optical systems that will make high-resolution (fluorescence) microscopy highly accessible, enabling both cellular diagnostics at the point of care and the development of compact, cost-effective DNA sequencing instruments, facilitating early diagnosis of cancer and other genomic disorders.
Our team is developing a novel high-resolution imaging platform, based on only a single chip, that will completely eliminate the necessity of standard free-space optical components. This new concept will provide imaging beyond the resolution limit set by the sensor pixel size and the point spread function of an extremely compact microscopy system.
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In this master thesis topic, the student will contribute to the study of a novel high-resolution imaging concept based entirely on an intimate marriage of active on-chip photonics and CMOS image sensors.
A suitable candidate has a keen interest in experimental work, and data analysis and processing.
The main research objectives are:
Type of project: Combination of internship and thesis
Required degree: Master of Science, Master of Engineering Technology, Master of Engineering Science
Supervising scientist(s): For further information or for application, please contact: Quentin Desmeth (Desmeth.Quentin@imec.be) and Niels Verellen (Niels.Verellen@imec.be)