As a small project, I wanted to make a home-built photography lens. There are a few boundary conditions for the project: Constructed from off-the-shelf optics and opto-mechanics components to avoid manufacturing of custom parts. Should be compatible with Nikon f-mount (because I have a Nikon DSLR). About 100 mm focal […]
I was awarded a Leon Levy Fellowship in Neuroscience from the Leon Levy Foundation.
I received the Young Scientist Award of the German Society for Applied Optics (DGaO) in Dresden last week.
I will be giving a talk about my research at the BioDIP in Dresden on June 9th in the morning.
I gave a talk about Large Volume Functional Imaging in the Mouse Brain at the Rockefeller University Neuroscience retreat at Stone Barns last Monday.
After many years I have finally found a few minutes to overhaul my website. It is now a WordPress-based website about my research profile, publications and outreach activities. I was inspired to do that after reading a Nature Jobs blog post.
I was in Erlangen, Germany, for my PhD defense this week. Here are a few pictures from right after the defense.
I have moved to The Rockefeller University in New York where I continue my work in Alipasha Vaziri’s lab.
The IMPerfectos made 2nd place at the Vienna Dragonboat Cup! Here are some impressions from the day.
I have started my postdoc in Alipasha Vaziri’s lab at the Institute for Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna. I will be working on fast volumetric calcium imaging.
I gave talk about our latest results to achieve Angstrom-scale resolution in resolving fluorophores attached to proteins using our low-temperature super-resolution microscope at the Single Molecule Localization Microscope Symposium in Bordeaux, France.
I gave a talk about our latest results with cryogenic super-resolved fluorescence microscopy on DNA at the Focus on Microscopy in Sydney, Australia.