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The power of one: what can we learn from singe molecule fluorescence microscopy measurements?

Date Do, 02.04.2015 - Do, 02.04.2015
Time 16.30
Speaker Prof. Johan Hofkens, Laboratory for Photochemistry and Spectroscopy, University of Leuven, Belgium
Location EPF Lausanne, CH G1 495
Program Single molecule spectroscopy has tremendously impacted every field where the technique was applied, ranging from catalysis over plasmonics, polymer physics, biophysics to cell biology and DNA sequencing. Furthermore, single molecule techniques have allowed researchers to push the resolution of fluorescence microscopy past the diffraction limit. In this presentation I will give an overview of recent single molecule experiments in my laboratory. Recent progress in instrumentation, polymer research, plasmonics and DNA mapping will be discussed.
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