Mikael Lindgren

Professor Department of Physics

+47 73593414
Høgskoleringen 5, Realfagbygget * D5-107

Background and activities

 

Personal history

Since 2003 Lindgren is Professor in Physics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Applied Optics group). The current research at NTNU is focused on laser based spectroscopy, time-resolved optical spectroscopies, electron spin resonance spectroscopy and related spectroscopic imaging techniques. Development of spectroscopic and imaging techniques are applied to elucidate biophysical processes as well as biomolecular and hybrid organic-inorganic nanomaterial systems. Recent new research activities concerns detection of reactive oxygen species using luminescence and electron spin resonance.
 

Fields of speciality

Optical spectroscopy; Nonlinear optics and laser based sensing; FLIM, CLSM, Hyperspectral microscopy; EPR spectroscopy and imaging; Optical Engineering; Molecular spectroscopic probes in life sciences; Materials: hybrid organic-inorganic materials; Biophotonics: amyloid structures, protein foldning, molecular systems and nanomaterials for photo-dynamic therapy...

 

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Scientific, academic and artistic work

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Journal publications