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New team members

7 Septembre 2018 , Rédigé par JW

This month our team is proudly complete with all its new members. Welcome!

 

 Mikhail Baibakov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Quanbo Jiang

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Satyajit Patra

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Jean-Benoit Claude

Raju Regmi is awarded the Aix Marseille University PhD thesis prize for 2017

12 Juillet 2018 , Rédigé par JW

Raju just got awarded with the "Prix de Thèse" of Aix Marseille University which acknowledges the best thesis defended at the university during the past year. The prize comes with a 1000€ award (always welcome ;o)  Before that, Raju also received the prize of the Ecole Doctorale Physique et Sciences de la Matière. Congratulations Raju!

 

New paper: High-resolution multimodal flexible coherent Raman endoscope

22 Mars 2018 , Rédigé par JW

Coherent Raman imaging is a label free technique featuring chemical sensitivity that has a great potential for direct cancer cell imaging. However high-resolution, high contrast coherent Raman images have so far been restricted to table-top microscopes. In a recent publication in Light Science & Applications, High-resolution multimodal flexible coherent Raman endoscope, we bridge the microscope / endoscope gap and achieve high-resolution multimodal (CARS, SHG, 2-photon) imaging of fresh human tissue with a small flexible endoscope. Our design uses a unique combination of innovations including a double-clad hollow-core fiber with a Kagomé lattice, a microsphere focusing and a resonant miniature piezo scanner. This combination of features is dedicated to solve most of the issues raised in nonlinear endoscopy and is compatible with a broad range of multi-beam nonlinear contrasts.

Also freely available on arXiv.

 

Recent publication: nanoantenna FCS to probe biomembranes

7 Février 2018 , Rédigé par JW

Understanding the nanoscale organization of the cell membrane is a topic of high current interest. However, conventional optical microscopes fail to provide the combination of high spatial and temporal resolutions needed.

We have recently introduced optical nanoantennas to breach into these limitations and monitor nanoscale structural dynamics on biological membranes. Our latest perspective paper in J Phys Chem Letters: “Optical NanoAntenna Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy to Probe the Nanoscale Dynamics of Biological Membranes” aims to put into a broader context very recent works using nanophotonic techniques to probe the nanoscale organization of biological membranes.

For non-suscribers, it is also freely available on arXiv.

 

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