project . 2017 - 2020 . Closed

ChipScope

Overcoming the Limits of Diffraction with Superresolution Lighting on a Chip
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  • Funder: European CommissionProject code: 737089 Call for proposal: H2020-FETOPEN-1-2016-2017
  • Funded under: H2020 | RIA Overall Budget: 3,759,790 EURFunder Contribution: 3,759,790 EUR
  • Status: Closed
  • Start Date
    01 Jan 2017
    End Date
    31 Dec 2020
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Description
The physical laws of diffraction generally limit the spatial resolution of optical systems, being about 200 nm for light in the visible range. Within ChipScope we want to overcome this limit by developing the scientific and technological basis for a completely new approach to optical superresolution, based on semiconductor nano Light Emitting Diode (nanoLED) arrays with individual pixel operation. The core idea of ChipScope is to use spatially resolved illumination instead of spatially resolved detection for achieving microscopy functionality with superresolution. This will be made possible by developing chip-based nanoLED arrays with light emitting diode (LED) ...
Description
The physical laws of diffraction generally limit the spatial resolution of optical systems, being about 200 nm for light in the visible range. Within ChipScope we want to overcome this limit by developing the scientific and technological basis for a completely new approach to optical superresolution, based on semiconductor nano Light Emitting Diode (nanoLED) arrays with individual pixel operation. The core idea of ChipScope is to use spatially resolved illumination instead of spatially resolved detection for achieving microscopy functionality with superresolution. This will be made possible by developing chip-based nanoLED arrays with light emitting diode (LED) ...
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