Background and activities
Since 2003 Lindgren is Professor in Physics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Applied Optics group/Biophysics group). The current research at NTNU is focused on laser based spectroscopy, time-resolved optical spectroscopies and related spectroscopic imaging techniques. Development of spectroscopic and imaging techniques are applied in biomedical applications and to elucidate biophysical processes. Spectroscopy is used to understand biomolecular and hybrid organic-inorganic nanomaterial systems.
Fields of speciality
Optical spectroscopy; Nonlinear optics and laser based sensing; FLIM, CLSM, Hyperspectral microscopy; Optical Engineering; Molecular spectroscopic probes in life sciences; Optical Sensor Systems; Materials: hybrid organic-inorganic materials; Biophotonics: amyloid structures, protein foldning, molecular systems and nanomaterials for photo-dynamic therapy...
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2017) Efficient reverse saturable absorption of sol-gel hybrid plasmonic glasses. Optical materials (Amsterdam). vol. 69.
- (2016) White light emitting silicon nano-crystals-polymeric hybrid films prepared by single batch solution based method. Thin Solid Films. vol. 603.
- (2016) Ruthenium porphyrin-induced photodamage in bladder cancer cells. Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy. vol. 14.
- (2016) Long Distance Enhancement of Nonlinear Optical Properties Using Low Concentration of Plasmonic Nanostructures in Dye Doped Monolithic Sol–Gel Materials. Advanced Functional Materials. vol. 26 (33).
- (2016) Nanoscale Structure and Spectroscopic Probing of Aβ1-40 Fibril Bundle Formation. Frontiers in Chemistry. vol. 4.
- (2016) Photoluminescence of A- and B-site Eu3+-substituted (SrxBa1-x)2CaWyMo1-yO6 phosphors. Journal of Solid State Chemistry. vol. 237.
- (2016) Luminescent Eu3+-doped NaLa(WO4)(MoO4) and Ba2CaMoO6 prepared by the modified Pechini method. Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology. vol. 77.
- (2015) Photochemical internalization of bleomycin and temozolomide – in vitro studies on the glioma cell line F98. Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences. vol. 14 (7).
- (2015) Visualization of oxidative stress in ex vivo biopsies using electron paramagnetic resonance imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. vol. 73 (4).
- (2015) Dispersion and self-orientation of gold nanoparticles in sol-gel hybrid silica - optical transmission properties. Journal of Materials Chemistry C. vol. 3 (5).
- (2015) Self-assembly and characterization of transferrin-gold nanoconstructs and their interaction with bio-interfaces. Nanoscale. vol. 7 (17).
- (2014) A high precision method for quantitative measurements of reactive oxygen species in frozen biopsies. PLoS ONE. vol. 9 (3).
- (2014) Fe(III) Distribution Varies Substantially Within and Between Atherosclerotic Plaques. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. vol. 71 (2).
- (2014) Toward a Molecular Understanding of the Detection of Amyloid Proteins With Flexible Conjugated Oligothiophenes. Journal of Physical Chemistry A. vol. 118 (42).
- (2014) Octoxy capped Si nanoparticles synthesized by homogeneous reduction of SiCl4 with crown ether alkalide. Dalton Transactions. vol. 43 (5).
- (2014) Solid solubility of rare earth elements (Nd, Eu, Tb) in In2−xSnxO3 – effect on electrical conductivity and optical properties. Dalton Transactions. vol. 43 (25).
- (2013) Enhanced fluorescent assignment of protein aggregates by an oligothiophene-porphyrin based amyloid ligand. Macromolecular rapid communications. vol. 34 (9).
- (2013) Solution based synthesis of simple fcc Si nano-crystals under ambient conditions. Dalton Transactions. vol. 42 (8).
- (2013) Biocompatible well-defined chromophore-polymer conjugates for photodynamic therapy and two-photon imaging. Polymer Chemistry. vol. 4 (1).
- (2013) Spectral correlation analysis of Amyloid beta plaque inhomogeneity from double staining experiments. Journal of Biomedical Optics. vol. 18 (10).