SYNOPTICS

SYNOPTICS is a research programme running form 2020-2025 with the aim to use all properties of light (amplitude, phase, polarization and wavelength) to achieve ultimate performance in imaging and sensing in diverse applications. To limit data streams and to guarantee high speed, compressed sensing techniques are applied. Six universities are taking part in the research …

Dutch Optics Centre

Dutch Optics Centre is an initiative of TNO and TU Delft aimed at boosting Dutch industry in the field of optics and optomechatronics to increase utilisation of Dutch science through joint R&D. The Netherlands are unique in the field of optics and opto-mechatronics, with a leading position in science and industry. Within Dutch Optics Centre …

Optics Research Group

The Optics Research Group of Delft University of Technology carries out  research to achieve disruptive improvements in resolution and sensitivity for a plethora of applications, and provides high level education and supervision of students and trainings for industry. The Group is active in outreach, is co-leader of the Dutch Optics Centre and is/hs been in …

Man Xu

Nano-structures and diffractive optics: nano-particles and waveguides (optical fiber). After obtaining her PhD in 2009 from TU Delft on Anisotropic Diffraction Gratings (meta-material) supervised by Prof. Urbach, she worked at Imperial College London as research associate on SIL (solid immersion lens) enhanced super-resolution optical system. Since 2010, she has returned to The Netherlands and has …

Sergei Piatchenkov

Sergei Piatchenkov focuses his research objectives on developing and manufacturing laser systems of various complexities, optical instruments for scientific advanced applications and innovative ultra-high vacuum systems. His research activities started by developing new methods to improve the performance of atomic magnetometers at the Institute for Spectroscopy Russian Academy of Sciences. He continued at Lebedev Physical Institute in Moscow by working with laser-cooled rubidium atomic cloud, primarily …

Thomas Kotte

Thomas Kotte obtained his Bachelor degree in Applied Physics in 2015 at the Delft University of Technology. After which he stayed in Delft to continue with his studies and obtained his Masters degree in Applied Physics in 2018. During the Master his focus was on quantum computing and optics, this gradually shifted more and more …