Radim Chmelík

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Research group leader.
Research activities are focused on innovative techniques of advanced light microscopy and especially holographic microscopy, coherence gating and related phenomena in holographic microscopy, applications of these techniques in living-cells biology and for imaging in turbid-media, theoretical description of imaging process including 3D imaging.

Pavel Kolman

Martin Antoš

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Research activities includes mechanical design of new optical instruments. Development of compact positioning mechanisms for light microscopes and holographic interferometry systems is mainly solved. Visualisation of phase objects and development of equipments for biology of living cells is also involved.
He is now working as an research assistant. He obtained his PhD at the Institute of Physical Engineering, Brno University of Technology on the subject of "System for optical tomography".

Tomáš Slabý

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His main subject of research is optical and mechanical design of a new generation Coherence-controlled holographic microscope.

He is now studying as a PhD student Institute of Physical Engineering. He graduated at Brno University of Technology, Institute of Physical Engineering in Precise Mechanics and Optics. The subject of his PhD thesis is "Transmitted-Light Digital Holographic Microscope for Biological Applications".

Zbyněk Dostál

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My activities in the laboratory are the design on our developed optical devices. Currently I collaborate on a digital holographic microscope.

He studies as a PhD student at the Institute of Physical Engineering. He graduated at Brno University of Technology, Institute of Physical Engineering in Precise Mechanics and Optics. The subject of his PhD thesis is "Modular holographic microscope for low coherence light".

Lukáš Kvasnica

Tomáš Zikmund

Martin Lošťák

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is now studying as a PhD student at the Institute of Physical Engineering. He graduated at Brno University of Technology, Institute of Physical Engineering in Precise Mechanics and Optics. The subject of his PhD thesis is "Imaging of objects in volume diffusive media by means of digital holographic microscopy".

His main subject of research is experimental work as well as theoretical description of imaging of objectsin holographic microscopy with diffuse light.

Michala Henzlová

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Her main subject of research is theoretical description of imaging processes in Coherence-controlled holographic microscope.

She is now studying as a PhD student at the Institute of Physical Engineering. She graduated at Brno University of Technology, Institute of Physical Engineering in Physical Engineering and Nanotechnology. The subject of her PhD thesis is "Theory of imaging by a wide-range-coherence digital holographic microscopy".

Matěj Týč

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Research includes mathematical modelling of holographic systems and design and implementation of image processing algorithms. He mainly focuses on the numerical refocusing theory, applying it on the CCHM

He is now studying as a PhD student on the IPE. He graduated at BUT, in Applied Math. The subject of his PhD thesis is "Developing methods for 3D reconstruction of samples using Coherence-controlled holographic microscope".

Jana Čolláková

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Her main interests include holographic microscopy used for the research of dynamics of living cancer cells and other biological applications.
She is now studying as a PhD student at the Institute of Physical Engineering. She graduated in 2011 at Brno University of Technology in Precise Mechanics and Optics. The subject of her PhD thesis is "Application of coherence-controlled holographic microscopy for the observation of living-cells dynamics".

Hana Uhlířová

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is now working as a research assistant. She graduated in 2006 from the Brno University of Technology, Institute of Physical Engineering in Precise Mechanics and Optics. She obtained her PhD in the Laboratory of Optical Microscopy at the same institute on the subject of "Microscopy of time variable biological objects".
Her main interests include holographic microscopy used for the research of dynamics of living cells, bacteria and other biological applications; other types of microscopy.

Luděk Lovicar

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is now working as an research assistant at the Institute of Physical Engineering, Brno University of Technology. He obtained his PhD in the Laboratory of Optical Microscopy at the same institute on the subject of "Surface profilometry by means of reflected–light digital holographic microscopy". His main research interests are reflected-light digital holographic microscopy and its applications in surface science and applications of light microscopy in surface plasmon polaritons research.

His specialization: optical microscopy, optical systems, holography, surface plasmon polaritons, fine mechanics.