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PicoQuant is constantly participating in research projects that bring together partners from academia and industry.

Active projects

BabyLux

Logo babyluxThis project aims to provide an innovative and reliable tool to monitor and assess brain blood flow and oxygenation in extremely preterm neonates.

The final results of the project will be delivered and discussed during a public conference at Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy on April 28, 2017.

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Funded by the European Union under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme 2007-2013 (Grant agreement n. 620996)

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BeOptical

Be-optical-logoBE-OPTICAL provides a unique and structured training programme to 14 ESRs in a wide range of optical imaging technologies and signal processing tools, including fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy, optical coherence tomography, optogenetics, engineered nanomaterials and signal processing tools.

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This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s Horizon  2020  research  and  innovation  programme  under  the  Marie  Skłodowska-Curie  grant agreement No 675512.

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BitMap

 

BitmapThe vision of the project is to develop a suite of standardised non-invasive devices that will provide essential information about brain health in neurocritical care and neuromonitoring, with a particular emphasis on 1. traumatic brain injury: the “silent epidemic of the third millennium” and 2. hypoxia in newborn children.

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This  project  has  received  funding  from  the  European  Union’s Horizon  2020  research  and  innovation  programme  under  the  Marie  Skłodowska-Curie  grant agreement No 675332.

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FiSequr

FiSequrThe  project  ultimate  goal  is  to  develop  a  practical efficient  single photon source with  an  optically  excited semiconductor QD as an emitter, which will provide single photons on demand and will be suitable for  local  area  secure  data  transfer  (e.g.,  quantum  key  distribution  -  QKD)  in  the  2nd telecommunication window (1.3 µm range).

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union in the framework of Pro Fit projects

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iMiLQ

imilQThe aim of the project is to realize two demonstrator devices:

  • a micro-integrated, ultra-short bandwidth diode laser module
  • a monolithic resonant single photon source.

Funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union in the framework of Pro Fit projects

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Former projects

Switch-Click-Microscopy

Photonik forschung deutschlandThe goal of this project is the research on new biomedical tools for high-resolution imaging of cellular and viral structures using HIV as an example. New labelling methods shall be developed that permit imaging of relevant proteins and and their dynamic with high spatial (approx. 20 nm) and temporal (approx. 100 ms) resolution.

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Funded by BMBF in the BioPhotonik program (project 13N13681)


T-Cam4Life

Photonik forschung deutschlandThe goal of this project is the development of a multiparameter, ultrasensitive and fast widefield camera for research in order to monitor and manipulate biological processes in living cells.

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Funded by BMBF in the BioPhotonik program (project 13N12672)