I started my PhD in the Division of Biological Physics in August 2018 under the supervision of Fredrik Höök. The main objective of my research projects is to further develop label-free microscopy methods such as optical holography in the context of cellular imaging and single particle tracking. I primarily work with developing/optimising optical microscopes and creating image analysis software using traditional image analysis and deep learning. I hope to be able to improve the amount of information that it is possible to extract from biological samples without introducing unwanted distortions to the samples, with the final aim of investigating how various diseases such as Alzheimer’s and ALS affect the internal cellular mass transport.I have a BSc in Engineering Physics and a MSc in Applied Physics from Chalmers University of Technology. Prior to my PhD studies I worked part time in Eva Olsson Group at Chalmers University of Technology, where my research project involved investigations of the plasmonic properties of metallic nanoparticles using electron microscopy in combination with numerical simulations. My master thesis concerned how the interaction between plasmonic nanoparticles affects their emission spectra and directivity of emission, where the experimental part was conducted at Monash University under the supervision of Joanne Etheridge and Eva Olsson.
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Single-shot self-supervised object detection in microscopy
Fast and Accurate Nanoparticle Characterization Using Deep-Learning-Enhanced Off-Axis Holography
Optical characterisation of subwavelength dielectric particles using particle tracking beyond the Stokes-Einstein relation
Diffusion of Lipid Nanovesicles Bound to a Lipid Membrane Is Associated with the Partial-Slip Boundary Condition
FRET-Based Assay for the Quantification of Extracellular Vesicles and Other Vesicles of Complex Composition
Constructing a library of metal and metal-oxide nanoparticle heterodimers through colloidal assembly
Size and Refractive Index Determination of Subwavelength Particles and Air Bubbles by Holographic Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
Visualizing Spatial Variations of Plasmon-Exciton Polaritons at the Nanoscale Using Electron Microscopy
Label-free spatio-temporal monitoring of cytosolic mass, osmolarity, and volume in living cells
Multidimensional Hybridization of Dark Surface Plasmons
Evaluation of Pressure Generated by Resistors From Different Positive Expiratory Pressure Devices
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