Workshop on Interferometric Scattering Microscopy
Label-free optical imaging and analytical techniques are in high demand in a wide range of applications. Among the various light-matter interactions that can be used for this purpose, elastic scattering is the most fundamental and ubiquitous contrast mechanism. Indeed, several imaging modalities, including bright-field microscopy, dark-field microscopy, phase contrast, DIC, digital holography, interference reflection microscopy, and interferometric scattering microscopy (iSCAT) have exploited the elastic scattering signal from a wide range of samples.
We organized an online-workshop from the 26th to the 28th of May 2020 to discuss the recent progress and future potentials of elastic scattering with a particular emphasis on interferometric and phase-sensitive methods.
|June 26th||June 27th||June 28th|
|Invited speakers||Invited speakers||Invited speakers|
|Naomi Ginsberg||Seok-Cheol Hong||Alexander Rohrbach|
|Vinothan Manoharan||Wonshik Choi||Selim Ünlü|
|Marek Piliarik||Ji-Xin Cheng||Rafael Piestun|
|Alexandre Persat||Paola Borri||Gabriel Popescu|
|Christian Eggeling||Michaël Unser|
|Contributed Talks||Contributed Talks|
|Lukasz Bujak||Houman Mirzaalian Dastjerdi|
|Mahyar Dahmardeh||Pooja Munjal|
|Sanli Faez||Christopher Parperis|
|Katharina König||Francesco Reina|
|Christoph Gruber||Lorenzo Talà|
|Ryota IINO||Richard Taylor|
|Thomas Juffmann||Yazgan Tuna|
|Martin Kaller||Hui Yu|
|Wolfgang Langbein||Yiwen Li|
|Alice Merryweather||Anna Olerinyova|
|Reza Gholami M.||Fabian Soltermann|
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