LEIDEN CENTER FOR ULTRAMICROSCOPY

 

The Leiden Center for UltraMicroscopy (LCU) is a hot spot in the development and application of high-resolution microscopy techniques, both for cutting-edge fundamental research as well as for a growing number of application-oriented projects. To achieve this, the LCU stimulates the exchange of expertise and ideas between the participating research groups and serves as a supporting base for novel collaborations. The Center’s main target is to develop high-quality instrumentation and methodology for high-resolution microscopy, in order to study a wide variety of fascinating subjects, ranging from solid state physics to life science.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LCU News

Jacob Bakermans (LCU) wins SPIN BSc project prize.
Inmiddels is de finale van de SPIN Bachelor Projectwedstrijd een vast onderdeel van het programma van FYSICA. De wedstrijd wordt jaarlijks georganiseerd door SPIN, het prijzengeld wordt door de NNV More info

Publ. 21-04-2015 15:27
Promotion Erwin Heeres
Ph.D. defense of Erwin Heeres: "Manipulating Carbon Nanotubes Towards the Application as Novel Field Emission Sources". Promotors: Prof. T. Oosterkamp and Prof. N. de Jonge. October 2, 2014 at 10:00, Academiegebouw, Rapenburg More info

Publ. 26-09-2014 10:34
Ruud Tromp wins EMS Best Paper Award 2013.
The Executive Board of the European Microscopy Society (EMS) has informed Ruud Tromp (IBM/Leiden) of the decision of the Jury of the EMS Outstanding Paper Awards for the year 2013. More info

Publ. 11-04-2014 20:41
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