‘Progress and Trends in Chemistry, Catalysis and Chemical Engineering’, georganiseerd door de departementen Chemie, Chemische Ingenieurstechnieken en Microbiële en Moleculaire Systemen. edition:Honorary Doctorate Gerald G. Fuller location:Leuven date:3 June 2014
We constructed a Time Gated-STimulated Emission Depletion (or short tg-STED) microscope. STED microscopy breaks the paradigm of optical diffraction and thus with the limited optical resolution of a microscope.
Nanoscience requires nanoscopy: we study the flow behaviour of nanomaterials in 2D and 3D. Rheology has much to gain from fluorescence microscopy. Future work will focus on colloidal interactions and related phenomena.