Year: 2022

Earlier this year, Dominic Bartels published his work on in-situ modification of case-hardening steel. He continues these efforts in his recent work “PBF-LB/M of Low-Alloyed Steels: Bainite-like Microstructures despite High Cooling Rates”. It focusses on the processing of this group of steels using ...

The Biophysics Group at FAU investigates a broad spectrum of research topics ranging from the microscopic study of proteins and cells to the macroscopic observation of penguins in Antarctica. In each field, data acquisition via cameras, microscopes, and photodetectors is combined with elaborate imag...

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, abbreviated as DMD, is a genetic muscular disease causing inflammations, reduced membrane stability and ongoing myatrophy. To understand and assess the causes and effects of this incurable disease, different mouse model systems are investigated for quite some time now. ...

Last year, Tim Russwurm showed that “Flame Luminesce in an Optically Accessible Engine with an Active Fuelled Pre-Chamber Ignition System” is a suitable detection technique for ignition and combustion processes. By monitoring the inside of an engine cylinder with a high speed camera he gained insigh...

In the latest issue of the Journal of Biophotonics, Lucas Kreiß et al. present label-free analysis of fibrotic tissue remodeling. The importance of their publication is underlined by its choice for the journal's front cover, which shows the comparison of healthy lung tissue to lung fibrosis. The ...

How to write good scientific papers? How to develop high-end optical imaging systems? For this year's SAOT Summer Academy, our Doctoral Candidates spent a week at the Fraunhofer Research Campus Waischenfeld. In addition to the full-day courses and get-togethers, we visited the Sophienhöhle and the W...