Optical Near-field Electron Microscopy


Optical Near-field electron microscopy is a new idea for a microscope that uses the best of two worlds: Non-damaging probing with light, and high resolution using an electron-based read-out. The envisioned technique is damage-free, requires no labels, and allows for a resolution on the nanometer scale.

A detailed description of the proposal can be found here.


In Dutch, ONEM is called Optische nabije-veld-elektronenmicroscopie, and made it on the cover of the journal NEVAC, which stands for Nederlandse...


A snapshot of Rajendra Singh installing our new Poseidon liquid cell electron microscopy system. It will allow us to study electrochemistry with...


Hanieh is joining the University of Vienna group for her PhD on the ONEM project!


Our proposal is out!


Peter Kunnas is joining the University of Vienna group for a postdoc on the ONEM project!