Research and develompent of the techniquues of laser microscopy and spectroscopy in biomedicine and nanosciences, nonlinear multi-photon and classical confocal microscopy, time-resolved fluorescence imaging, scanning-probe microscopy.
Analysis of living cells at nanoscale level using latest biophotonic methods. Our aim is to search for best approaches to comprehend functioning of living cells applying advanced microscopy, electrophysiology and nanosecond lifetime spectroscopy techniques.
Modeling, simulation and visualization of complex structures and interactions in living species on cellular and tissue level; application of high performance computing system for processing and analysis of experimental microscopic and spectral data with special interest on confocal microscopy techniques with spectral resolution and spectrally resolved lifetime techniques; 3D laser scanning and laser stereo-lithography.
spectrally-resolved confocal microscopy, Zeiss Meta, Germany
fluorescence lifetime imaging and spectroscopy by time-correlated single photon counting, Becker and Hickl, Germany
protocol preparation for microscopy recordings,
advanced image analysis (linear spectral unmixing, individual component analysis),
cell physiology: mitochondrial modification in cardiac, cancer cells, as well as in algae
3D cultures in cancer research
microprinting at microscale level: functionalisation of polymer structures and surfaces for interation with living cells
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25–30 May 2020, Spetses Island, Greece