In any image, the number of detected probe particles is fundamentally limited, either due to finite acquisition times or  probe-induced sample damage. In order to optimize the sensitivity of a microscope, the information that can be extracted from each detected probe particle has to be maximized.  We achieve this by employing cavity enhancement, quantum enhancement, and wave-front shaping techniques.


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New paper on photography at the speed of light.

We finally published an article about our outreach project 'SEEC - photography at the speed of light'.


Maybe a good read for the holidays?



Jan Pac in Dean's list for best master students!

Jan was named one of the best master students of the faculty of physics in our dean's holiday speech.


Congratulations Jan!


Music video at the speed of light!

We are releasing our first music video today!


It might represent the most extreme slow motion in art history :)


Fundamental bounds on the precision of classical phase microscopes

We have a new preprint on fundamental sensitivity limits in phase microscopy: arxiv.org/abs/2011.04799


Congratulations Jan Pac!

Jan Pac defended his masters thesis with the best grade possible. Thank you for your great work on setting up the multi-pass microscope, and all the...


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