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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We are happy to announce that Rémi Aristegui, Lucas Grandits and Matthias Schneller are joining us for internships!


We are happy to announce that Clara received a fellowship from the FFG to continue her research on high-sensitivity multi-pass microscopy for protein...


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Our work was featured by the uni:view Magazin.


Philip Weber is currently finishing his PhD on 2D Paul traps for electrons in the Hommelhoff group at FAU Erlangen. He will strengthen our electron...


Clara just finished her masters in molecular biology working on the structure of disordered proteins using NMR techniques (Congratulations!). She will...


A preprint of our work 'Local Optimization of Wave-fronts for high sensitivity PHase Imaging (LowPhi)' can be found on arXiv:...

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