The Biophysics and Biophotonics group is working both with experimental and theoretical approaches to perform basic research on topics at the border of physics and biology.
We develop experimental tools such as optical tweezers for single cell manipulation, optical tweezers for single macro-molecule force spectroscopy, and Laser Tweezers Raman Spectroscopy. In addition, we develop and apply digital holographic microscopy techniques, microfluidic devices, image-processing algorithms, and high-speed imaging techniques. To better understand the system under study we also develop theoretical physical models that are solved using numerical methods.
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