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Distinguished Research: IPHT Research Scientist Receives Albert Weller Award

Dr. Maria Wächtler, a chemist from the Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology (IPHT) received the Albert Weller Award for her dissertation in the field of ultrafast inorganic photochemistry. The young scientist researched new dyes with specific absorption spectra that could be used, for example, in artificial photosynthesis. [The PDF below contains the full German press release] more...


IPHT Expands Its International Contacts

From September 15-17, 2014, scientists at IPHT and the Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology (SIBET) in Suzhou, China, will be expanding their collaboration as part of a German-Chinese workshop funded by the German Research Fund and the Chinese Academy of Sciences in the field of biophotonics. [The PDF below contains the full German press release] more...


High-resolution Microscopy for Living Cell Diagnostics

As part of the “FastFibreSIM” project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), research will be performed over the course of the next two years on how to more quickly obtain more precise high-resolution microscopic images for the diagnosis of living cells. [The PDF below contains the full German press release] more...

Selected papers

Chip-on-foil devices for DNA analysis based on inkjet-printed silver electrodes

Wünscher, Sebastian; Seise, Barbara; Pretzel, David; Pollok, Sibyll; Perelaer, Jolke; Weber, Karina; Popp, Jürgen; Schubert, Ulrich S.
in: Lab on a chip 14, 392 (2014) [more]

Formation of self-trapping waveguides in bulk PMMA media doped with Phenanthrenequinone

Tolstik, Elen; Romanov, Oleg; Matusevich, Vladislav; Tolstik, Alex; Kowarschik, Richard
in: Optics Express 22, 3228 (2014) [more]

Identification of water pathogens by Raman microspectroscopy

Kusić, Dragana; Kampe, Bernd; Rösch, Petra; Popp, Jürgen
in: Water Research 48, 179 (2014) [more]



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