High-speed multimodal super-resolution microscopy

Advanced Quantum Architecture Lab (Prof. Edoardo Charbon) and Laboratory of Nanoscale Biology (Prof. Aleksandra Radenovic)

In this project, scientists from two EPFL labs will combine their know-how to develop a new high-speed microscopy system that can reveal single-molecule dynamics with unprecedented detail, including in liquids. The system will also allow scientists to assess how individual molecules behave, interact and self-organize at the solid-liquid interface. More specifically, they will enhance the system’s high-speed temporal acquisition capability by incorporating the single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) arrays developed in Prof. Charbon’s lab into the state-of-the-art widefield super-resolution microscope developed in Prof. Radenovic’s lab.