November & December 2020
January & February 2021

Online event

Webinar 'Photonics in Healthcare'

Thursday 28 January
15:00 - 17:00

Stefan Lampaert

Title: Rescan Confocal Microscopy in Live Cell Imaging


The Rescan Confocal Microscope (RCM) is a new microscopy technology that is able to image with super-resolution (170nm) while only requiring very low light intensities. This makes the technology especially interesting for live cell imaging since it causes a very low phototoxicity compared to conventional systems. The technology relies on a rescanning device that projects the image on either a CCD- or sCMOS camera. 


Stefan Lampaert works as an optomechatronic engineer at He obtained a PhD from the Department of Precision and Microsystems engineering at the TU Delft. 

Company description: is a company founded in February 2016 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The company currently conquered a solid base in the microscopy market with the innovative RCM technology.