Bioimaging and Bioinstrumentation

Prof. Hatice Altug - EPFL Institute of Bioengineering - © EPFL

Hatice Altug

Optical nanobiosensors, lab-on-a-chip devices, ultra-sensitive spectroscopy, nanoplasmonics, metamaterials.

Prof. Kamiar Aminian | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Kamiar Aminian

Movement sciences, biomedical signal processing, wearable systems.

Prof. Georg Fantner | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Georg Fantner

AFM, nanotechnology, microfabrication, biophysics, microbiology, biomaterials.

Prof. Carlotta Guiducci | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Carlotta Guiducci

Micro-nano sensors, bioanalytics, lab-on-a-chip, 3D sensors, drug monitoring, aptamers, DNA quantification, tri-gate FET nanosensors, electrochemical impedance, circulating biomarkers.

Prof. Suliana Manley | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Suliana Manley

Super-resolution fluorescence imaging techniques, live cell imaging and single molecule tracking.

Prof. Andrew Oates | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Andrew Oates

Developmental biology, genetic oscillations, physics of biology, quantitative imaging, single-cell biology, computer modelling, zebrafish.

Prof. Dominique Pioletti | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Dominique Pioletti

Musculoskeletal biomechanics, soft tissue biomechanics, bone tissue engineering, mechanobiology, regenerative medicine

Prof. Demetri Psaltis | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Demetri Psaltis

Solid-state nanopores, single-molecDigital phase conjugation, imaging with multimode fibers, digital holography, nonlinear microscopy, optics of nanoparticles, tissue ablation, optofluidics for energy and biological applications, vesicle photonics, photoacoustics.ule imaging, biophysics, nanotechnology, 2D materials.

Prof. Aleksandra Radenovic | Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Aleksandra Radenovic

Solid-state nanopores, single-molecule imaging, biophysics, nanotechnology, 2D materials.

Prof. Philippe Renaud | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Philippe Renaud

Water, aqueous interfaBioMEMS, microfluidics, cell chips, bioelectronics, biosensors.ces, ions, nonlinear light scattering and spectroscopy, biophotonics.

Prof. Sylvie Roke | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Sylvie Roke

Computational neuroimaging, networkWater, aqueous interfaces, ions, nonlinear light scattering and spectroscopy, biophotonics.Water, aqueous interfaces, ions, nonlinear light scattering and spectroscopy, biophotonics. analysis, dynamical systems, graph signal processing, wavelets, mathematical imaging, sparsity, machine learning, (f)MRI, EEG, PET, Calcium imaging.

Prof. Dimitri Van De Ville | EPFL Institute of Bioengineering | © EPFL

Dimitri Van De Ville

Computational neuroimaging, network analysis, dynamical systems, graph signal processing, wavelets, mathematical imaging, sparsity, machine learning, (f)MRI, EEG, PET, Calcium imaging.