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Workshop: Mikro-Nanotechnologien für integrierte Mikroskopie auf dem MCM-Kongress

The EC funded project ChipScope is developing the first chip-sized optical microscope with super resolution capabilities.

 
[Translate to English:] ChipScope Logo[Translate to English:] Spitze berührt eine türkis erleuchtete LED, umgeben von unerleuchteten LEDs[Translate to English:] Person hält winzigen Chip zwischen Zeigefinger und Daumen vor das Auge um den Chip zu betrachten.

(1) ChipScope Project Logo (2) Photo(ChipScope):ight emitting region of a contacted core-shell LED inside an ensemble visualized by EBIC and SE imaging. (3) Photo (Chipscope): First Optical Microscope on a chip with superresolution capabilities.

First Optical Microscope on a chip with superresolution capabilities  -
The ChipScope-Team cordially invites all interested people to our next public workshop, which will take place during the MCM – 14th Multinational Congress on Microscopy.

  • Workshop Topic/Title: Micro-nano Technologies for Integrated Microscopy
  • Date & Time: September 16, 2019, 13:30 – 17:00
  • Location: Belgrade, Serbia, Address Metropol Palace, Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 69
  • Fees: Participation is for free for all attendees of the MCM congress.
  • Programm:click here

ChipScope revolutionizes optical microscopes with super-resolution capabilities, making them chip-sized, convenient, affordable and ubiquitously available, not only for laboratories working in manifold research fields, but also in everyday life. During the project, very small LEDs of 50 nm (this is 1000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair) are developed and used as light sources for a new microscope which will be integrated on a chip. The fundamental difference with conventional optical microscopy is that the illumination is made by extremely small individual light sources instead of a wide illumination field and tiny detectors in the camera. This allows super-resolution (<50 nm) optical microscopy, which can be used to investigate extremely small structures as viruses, DNA or living cells, in real time.

Thank you for making this information known to any interested people!

All Information about ChipScope: http://www.chipscope.eu/

See the ChipScope Video here!