BEP and MEP projects

BSc and MSc student projects (BEP/MEP)
AWI, CPO, OP and QI

Agenda

Lecturer: Prof. Lieven M.K. Vandersypen (QN-QT)Lees verder

 

This year the ImPhys Science Day will be organized...Lees verder

 

Since the early 1970s Mark Ellisman is exploring a...Lees verder

 

"Radial Polarization and beam shaping to sharpen t...Lees verder

 

Subject: "GPU parallelisation for data fusion for ...Lees verder

 

Imaging Physics

ImPhys performs cutting-edge research and education in imaging science to advance the fundamental understanding of physical phenomena leading to new innovative imaging principles and revolutionary imaging instruments. The department consists of four research groups/areas:

Accoustical Wavefield Imaging (AWI)
Charged Particle Optics (CPO)
Optics (OP)
Quantitative Imaging (QI)

The department has a leading role in Medical Delta, a research initiative in Health Science & Technology, a regional collaboration of the TU Delft, Erasmus MC, LUMC, Leiden University and Erasmus University; the Delft Research Initiative Delft Hi, one of the four major topics of the TU Delft, and the DELPHI consortium for developing geo-imaging technologies for 36 leading oil(-related) companies.


LATEST NEWS:

QI: Suzanne Berkel started her internship

23 September 2016

Suzanne works as a physics teacher at a high school. The internship is intended to give her some experience in scientific research. She will be working on stretching a laser pulse, by using gratings and mirrors. Robert Moerland is her mentor.Lees verder

 

QI: May An van de Poll started her BSc project

23 September 2016

May An started her BSc project which focuses on correlative nanoscopy with quantum dots. Her supervisors are Bernd Rieger and Robert Moerland.Lees verder

 

QI: Jorn Hoofwijk started his BSc project

21 September 2016

Jorn Hoofwijk started his BSc thesis on: “Bessel beams in optical tomography” on September 15, 2016. His supervisor is Jeroen Kalkman.Lees verder

 
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