Super-Resolution Fluorescent Imaging

Leuven - PhD
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Sub-5 nanometer super resolution imaging for inspection of semiconductor films

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In 1994 Stefan Hell published a method to exceed the Abbe optical resolution limit through the selective turning off and on of molecules fluorescence. The life sciences widely use the technique today and we want to explore using it in the semiconductor industry. The topic is to research and develop super resolution imaging for inspection, metrology, and characterization of semiconductor films. Our goal is to attain resolutions on the nanometer scale. Candidates will be involved in the material development of the photochemistry and the hardware required for there use.‚Äč

Required background: physical chemistry and ideally knowledge of dyes for super-resolution fluorescence dyes

Type of work: 60% experimental/20% modeling/10% hardware/10% literature

Supervisor: Stefan De Gendt, John Petersen

Daily advisor: John Petersen

The reference code for this position is 1812-30. Mention this reference code on your application form.

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