Sjoerd Stallinga

TU Delft
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IMPHYS
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TNW
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Sjoerd Stallinga

My research focuses on the intersection between the fundamentals and engineering of optical imaging systems and image processing algorithms (“computational imaging”). This combination makes it possible to see what cannot be made visible with conventional optical imaging instrumentation. We apply this to super-resolution microscopy to achieve nanometer resolution, and to develop automated slide scanning solutions for digital pathology.

Image of DNA-PAINT nano-ruler with standard Single Molecule Localization Microscopy (left) and with our new SIMFLUX method (right) showing twofold improvement in localization precision [J. Cnossen et al. Nature Methods, 17, 59-63, 2020]

Computational phase contrast image of a tissue specimen generated from a single multi-focal scan using a tilted image sensor configuration [L. van der Graaff et al, Applied Optics, 59, 5967-5982, 2020]
Scientific interests

  • Optical design and modeling
  • Signal processing algorithms for imaging

Expertise:

  • Polarization optics in liquid crystals
  • Optical data storage
  • Maxwell based modeling of manipulation and focusing of light
  • Automated microscopy technologies

Models and equipment:

  • High-end fluorescence microscopy setups
  • Whole slide scanner prototypes
  • Computational models for propagation and diffraction of light
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