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Institution/Company: AstraZeneca   E-mail: diana.ribeiro(at)astrazeneca.com   Thesis Title: Three-dimensional stem cell models for pancreatic differentiation   Research Interests: Investigation of the pancreatic extracellular matrix (ECM) interactions by multiphoton microscopy aiming to mimic in-vitro 3D cell-ECM interactions, using induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) and collagen as ECM protein.   LinkedIn / ResearchGate

Diana Ribeiro

Institution/Company: AstraZeneca

E-mail: diana.ribeiro(at)astrazeneca.com

Thesis Title: Three-dimensional stem cell models for pancreatic differentiation

Research Interests: Investigation of the pancreatic extracellular matrix (ECM) interactions by multiphoton microscopy aiming to mimic in-vitro 3D cell-ECM interactions, using induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) and collagen as ECM protein.

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Institution/Company:  Cardiff University   E-mail: ZilliA(at)cardiff.ac.uk   Thesis Title: Quantitative linear and nonlinear optical micro-spectroscopy of individual metallic nanoparticles   Research Interests: Nanoplasmonics, metal nanoparticles, nonlinear microscopy, ultrafast spectroscopy   CV / Google Scholar

Attilio Zilli

Institution/Company: Cardiff University

E-mail: ZilliA(at)cardiff.ac.uk

Thesis Title: Quantitative linear and nonlinear optical micro-spectroscopy of individual metallic nanoparticles

Research Interests: Nanoplasmonics, metal nanoparticles, nonlinear microscopy, ultrafast spectroscopy

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Institution/Company:  Cardiff University   E-mail:   GiannakopoulouP(at)cardiff.ac.uk   Thesis Title: Four Wave Mixing (FWM) heterodyne interferometry of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) endocytic routes and endosomal escape in cells   Research Interests: Nonlinear optics, biophotonics, multiphoton microscopy, gold  nanoparticles (AuNPs), nonlinear imaging of AuNPs inside cells for drug delivery processes   LinkedIn / ResearchGate

Panagiota (Naya) Giannakopoulou

Institution/Company: Cardiff University

E-mail: GiannakopoulouP(at)cardiff.ac.uk

Thesis Title: Four Wave Mixing (FWM) heterodyne interferometry of gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) endocytic routes and endosomal escape in cells

Research Interests: Nonlinear optics, biophotonics, multiphoton microscopy, gold  nanoparticles (AuNPs), nonlinear imaging of AuNPs inside cells for drug delivery processes

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Institution/Company:  Chalmers University of Technology   E-mail:   alexandra.paul(at)chalmers.se   Thesis Title: Nonlinear microscopy to investigate dynamics in natural and engineered adipose tissue   Research Interests: Microscopy, spectroscopy, tissue engineering, stem cell research, adipose tissue   LinkedIn / ResearchGate

Alexandra Paul

Institution/Company: Chalmers University of Technology

E-mail: alexandra.paul(at)chalmers.se

Thesis Title: Nonlinear microscopy to investigate dynamics in natural and engineered adipose tissue

Research Interests: Microscopy, spectroscopy, tissue engineering, stem cell research, adipose tissue

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Institution/Company:  Chalmers University of Technology   E-mail:   juris(at)chalmers.se   Thesis Title: Nonlinear microscopy and other biophysical tools for investigations of biologicalmacromolecules   Research Interests: Amyloids, biological macromolecules, optical microscopy, optical spectroscopy, nonlinear optics, atomic force microscopy   LinkedIn

Juris Kiskis

Institution/Company: Chalmers University of Technology

E-mail: juris(at)chalmers.se

Thesis Title: Nonlinear microscopy and other biophysical tools for investigations of biologicalmacromolecules

Research Interests: Amyloids, biological macromolecules, optical microscopy, optical spectroscopy, nonlinear optics, atomic force microscopy

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Institution/Company:  Chalmers University of Technology   E-mail:   michael.stuhrenberg(at)chalmers.se   Thesis Title: Near-field scanning probe microscopy for studies of nonlinear plasmonics in metallic nanostructures   Research Interests: Four wave mixing, coherent anti Raman scattering, second harmonic generation   CV

Michael Stührenberg

Institution/Company: Chalmers University of Technology

E-mail: michael.stuhrenberg(at)chalmers.se

Thesis Title: Near-field scanning probe microscopy for studies of nonlinear plasmonics in metallic nanostructures

Research Interests: Four wave mixing, coherent anti Raman scattering, second harmonic generation

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Institution/Company:  École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)   E-mail:  jan.krizek(at)epfl.ch   Thesis Title: Laser-based multi-platform endoscopy device   Research Interests: Multimode fiber imaging, phase conjugation, light-matter interaction, optofluidics   CV

Jan Krizek

Institution/Company: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

E-mail: jan.krizek(at)epfl.ch

Thesis Title: Laser-based multi-platform endoscopy device

Research Interests: Multimode fiber imaging, phase conjugation, light-matter interaction, optofluidics

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Institution/Company:  École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)   E-mail:   marie.didier(at)epfl.ch   Thesis Title: Temporally and spatially resolved label-free Second Harmonic Generation imaging of living cells   Research Interests: Second Harmonic Generation (SHG), time-resolved SHG, label-free imaging, non-linear imaging, voltage sensitivity, neuronal activity, biophotonics, non-linear microscopy, image processing, denoising, principal component analysis   CV / Video

Marie Didier

Institution/Company: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

E-mail: marie.didier(at)epfl.ch

Thesis Title: Temporally and spatially resolved label-free Second Harmonic Generation imaging of living cells

Research Interests: Second Harmonic Generation (SHG), time-resolved SHG, label-free imaging, non-linear imaging, voltage sensitivity, neuronal activity, biophotonics, non-linear microscopy, image processing, denoising, principal component analysis

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Institution/Company:  Institut Fresnel   E-mail:   alberto.lombardini(at)fresnel.fr   Thesis Title: Nonlinear endoscopy with hollow-core microstructured fibers   Research Interests: Microscopy, optical fibers, biophysics

Alberto Lombardini

Institution/Company: Institut Fresnel

E-mail: alberto.lombardini(at)fresnel.fr

Thesis Title: Nonlinear endoscopy with hollow-core microstructured fibers

Research Interests: Microscopy, optical fibers, biophysics
Institution/Company:  Institut Fresnel   E-mail:   rendon(at)fresnel.fr   Thesis Title: Polarization resolved nonlinear microscopy in metallic and crystalline nanostructures for imaging and control in complex media   Research Interests: Engineering optics, nonlinear optics, nanotechnology

Carolina Rendón Barraza

Institution/Company: Institut Fresnel

E-mail: rendon(at)fresnel.fr

Thesis Title: Polarization resolved nonlinear microscopy in metallic and crystalline nanostructures for imaging and control in complex media

Research Interests: Engineering optics, nonlinear optics, nanotechnology
Institution/Company:  Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research   E-mail:   elizabeth(at)mpip-mainz.mpg.de   Thesis Title: Near field Raman and scanning probe microscopic studies of photovoltaic peorvskites and quantum dots   Research Interests: Organo metallic halide perovskites, scanning probe microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, photovoltaics, clean energy

Amala Elizabeth

Institution/Company: Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

E-mail: elizabeth(at)mpip-mainz.mpg.de

Thesis Title: Near field Raman and scanning probe microscopic studies of photovoltaic peorvskites and quantum dots

Research Interests: Organo metallic halide perovskites, scanning probe microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, photovoltaics, clean energy
Institution/Company:  Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research   E-mail:   ling(at)mpip-mainz.mpg.de   Thesis Title: Probing water in proton exchange membrane fuel cell   Research Interests: Water transport/proton transport in proton exchange membrane using coherent anti-stokes Raman scattering spectroscopy; molecular level insight into water behavior in fuel cell membrane/electrode interface

Xiao Ling

Institution/Company: Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

E-mail: ling(at)mpip-mainz.mpg.de

Thesis Title: Probing water in proton exchange membrane fuel cell

Research Interests: Water transport/proton transport in proton exchange membrane using coherent anti-stokes Raman scattering spectroscopy; molecular level insight into water behavior in fuel cell membrane/electrode interface
 
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