Optical Sciences

Biomolecules and nanostructures

The Optical Sciences group studies the interaction of light and matter. Our current focus is on detection and sensing/imaging with an emphasis on the development of integrated photonics. We are part of Twente University's Department of Science and Technology and member of the MESA+ institute.

 

ir. Wouter Rensen - Former Member
 




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Articles by Wouter Rensen


Cell biology beyond the diffraction limit: near-field scanning optical microscopy

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de Lange F, Cambi A, Huijbens R, de Bakker B, Rensen W, Garcia-Parajo M, van Hulst N, Figdor CG
JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
vol 114 issue 23: p4153-p4160 DEC 2001

Study of individual transmembrane proteins using a combined confocal/near field optical microscope.

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de Bakker BI, Garcia-Parajo MF, Rensen WHJ, van Hulst NF, de Lange F, Cambi A, Figdor CG
BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
vol 80 issue 1: p655.13 part 2 JAN 2001

Imaging soft samples in liquid with tuning fork based shear force microscopy

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Rensen WHJ, van Hulst NF, Kammer SB
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
vol 77 issue 10: p1557-p1559 SEP 4 2000

Atomic steps with tuning-fork-based noncontact atomic force microscopy

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Rensen WHJ, van Hulst NF, Ruiter AGT, West PE
APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS
vol 75 issue 11: p1640-p1642 SEP 13 1999

Tuning fork shear-force feedback

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Ruiter AGT, van der Werf KO, Veerman JA, Garcia-Parajo MF, Rensen WHJ, van Hulst NF
ULTRAMICROSCOPY
vol 71 issue 1-4: p149-p157 MAR 1998
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