Early stage researcher

ESR1: Martina Elisena Recchia

Understanding and controlling lipid membranes at the nanoscale through label-free coherent nonlinear optics at membrane-nanoparticle interfaces

Cardiff University, School of Biosciences, United Kingdom

ESR2: Vikramdeep Singh

2D FWM cryo-microspectroscopy of individual colloidal quantum dots, fluorophores, and biomolecules

Cardiff University, School of Physics, United Kingdom

ESR3: Nicole Slesiona

Development of FWM imaging for the biotherapeutic detection of multifunctional gold nanoparticles and their tracking in live cells

Cardiff University, School of Biosciences, United Kingdom

ESR4: Martin Hormann

Study of quantum coherences in artificial light-harvesting complexes

Politecnico di Milano, Physics Deparment, Italy

ESR5: Vasilis Petropoulos

Ultrafast coherent spectroscopy of natural light-harvesting systems

Politecnico di Milano, Physics Department, Italy

ESR6: Eleanor Beatrice Munger

Imaging molecular organisation in myelin sheaths through high speed polarisation controlled nonlinear microscopy

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Institut Fresnel, France

ESR7: Eric Michele Fantuzzi

Background free ultra-sensitive Frequency-Modulation SRS

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Institut Fresnel, France

ESR8: Ediz Herkert

Plasmonic antenna platforms for monitoring membrane receptor interactions in living cells at the nanoscale

The Institute of Photonic Science, Single Molecule Biophotonics, Spain

ESR9: Saurabh Ishwar Borkar

Coherent ultrafast electronic and vibrational molecular dynamics of single molecules at room temperature using fluorescence readouts

The Institute of Photonic Science, Molecule Nanophotonics, Spain

ESR10: Andrea Pruccoli

Coherent nonlinear Raman microscopy of the kinetics of DNA synthesis and ribosomal assembly in living cells

University of Konstanz, Chemistry Department, Germany

ESR11: Thomas Deckert

Ultrafast 2D mid-IR/vibrational micro-spectroscopy of organic molecules

University of Luxembourg,  Physics and Materials Science Research Unit, Luxembourg

ESR12: Frank Quintela

Simulating ultrafast coherent phenomena in model light-harvesting complexes

Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Instituto Nanoscienze, Italy

ESR13: Jan Majer

Exploring the potential combination of Optical and Mass Spectrometry Imaging techniques to characterise endogenous and xenobiotic components at sub-cellular resolution

GlaxoSmithKline Research and Development LTD.,  GSK Medicines Research Centre, United Kingdom

ESR15: Dominykas Gudavičius

Development of femtosecond laser source for coherent nonlinear microscopy

Light Conversion,  Department of Research and Development, Lithuania

ESR16: Rushikesh Laxmikant Burde

Establishing quantitative Stimulated Raman Scattering microscopy workflows for life science research and industrial applications

University of Konstanz, Chemistry Department, Germany