Optical Manipulation - OM Lab
Optical manipulation by means of laser tweezers has been developed at TASC since 2002, originally within the LILIT group and as a distinct laboratory, called OM - Lab, since 2008.
The aim of the OM Lab is the development of optical manipulation instrumentation and its application to the following fields of research: nanotechnology, biophysics and biomedicine.
A more detailed description of our activity can be found in the research section.
NEWS ! Open position: PhD in Nanotechnology from January 2012
Nanostructured arrays for characterization of myosin – actin cyclic interactions.
Viscoelastic characterization of tumoral cells.
Contact: Dan Cojoc ; firstname.lastname@example.org
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