Machine Learning-based Lake Ice Monitoring using UAVs
This thesis will focus on an inter-disciplinary (intersection of artificial intelligence and climate change) research topic. This work is part of the project “Integrated lake ice monitoring and generation of sustainable, reliable, long time series”.
Influence of particle surface roughness on inter-particle forces
Particle surface roughness is linked with the inter-particle forces that are governing cohesion phenomena at powder level such as flowability, a key element in the processability in many industries such as pharma, food and even manufacturing.
Image reconstruction of fluorescence molecular tomography using structured light illumination
Fluorescence molecular tomography (FMT) is an emerging tool for basic biomedical research and drug development. It provides tomographic molecular information on tracer bio-distribution in the living organism. In this project, we are exploring an image reconstruction algorithm using structured light.
Engineering the Diabetic Tendon Microenvironment
This project aims to engineer a synthetic hydrogel-based cell niche that mimics key aspects of the diabetic tendon extracellular matrix. Patient-derived tendon fibroblasts will be used to construct a more physiologically relevant three-dimensional (3D) model.
The role of tendon matrix composition in regulating tenocytes fate: A tissue engineering approach.
The goal of this project is to create a 3D in vitro model to study tendon cell-ECM interaction using collagen gels and primary rat tenocytes.
Tendon-on-a-Chip: Developing and characterizing a multi-channels microfluidic device for studying tendon biology
This goal of this project is to refine and characterize a novel approach in designing microfluidic networks that allow to host tendon-like micro-tissue structures for long-term culturing experiments under mechanical stimulation.
Investigation of brain vasculature and proteinopathies in transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer's disease
Here we aim to investigate the relation between brain vasculature abnormality and amyloid/tau deposits in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease using novel high-resolution fluorescence microscopy.
Material characterization for Additive Manufacturing: investigation on thermal properties
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Development of a reflection-type near-field optical microscope
In this project a reflection-type near-field optical microscope will be designed, developed and characterized.
Automated identification of two-dimensional crystals based on optical contrast difference
The goal of this project is to develop an automated setup that is able to identify flakes of different thicknesses on Si/SiO2 substrates by analyzing the difference in optical contrast between the crystals and the substrate.
Establishment of a Novel Experimental System for AFM-based Biophysical Membrane Fusion and Curvature Measurements
• Discover the basic working principles of cells and synapses. • Develop new tools to study them.

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