MUSIQ – Multiphoton Microscopy and Ultrafast Spectroscopy: Imaging meets Quantum

MUSIQ is designed as an innovative research and training network, where we will recruit 15 Early Stage Researchers to work toward the central ambitious goal of developing the next-generation optical microscopy exploiting quantum coherent nonlinear phenomena. The network brings together a unique team of 7 world-leading academics and 6 high tech companies at the forefront of optical microscopy and ultrafast laser technology developments merged with fundamental understanding of coherent light-matter interaction phenomena, development of quantitative image analysis tools, and biomedical/pharmaceutical real-world applications.

MUSIQ will enhance the career perspective of the recruited ESRs by training them in a broad range of scientific, technical and transferable skills, through a unique combination of projects, secondments, and tailored courses

Funding Programme
H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 / ETN

Duration
01.04.2019-31.03.2023

Budget
4.03 million euro

Network

MUSIQ is bringing together a unique team of 7 world-leading academics, at the forefront of nonlinear optical microscopy and ultrafast coherent light-matter interaction phenomena, and 6 high tech companies, to translate the results into biomedical/pharmaceutical real-world applications.

The members of the MUSIQ consortium have been carefully selected to bring together a multi-disciplinary, multisectorial and multi-national network that offers the best response to scientific, economic and societal challenges. Our network consists of 10 Beneficiaries and 6 Partner Organisations from 9 different countries.

People

The MUSIQ network provides scientific and professional training to 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) on a unique mix of experimental and computational skills at the physics/chemistry/life science interface. Each PhD student is supervised by a team of experts from academia and industry.

The MUSIQ project brings together a multidisciplinary team of physicists, optical engineers, biologists and chemists as Supervisors. With back grounds from academia and industry, using a broad set of complementary techniques.