Stefan G. Stanciu

Polytechnic University of Bucharest

Stefan G. Stanciu received his Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering and Telecommunications at University Politehnica of Bucharest (UPB) in 2011. He is currently acting as a Senior Scientific Researcher within the Center for Microscopy-Microanalysis and Information Processing of UPB. His main research interests revolve around high- and super-resolution imaging by scanning laser and scanning probe microscopies. Stefan’s current research agenda focuses on the optical characterization of biological species and advanced materials using multimodal imaging approaches, but also on the development of novel machine intelligence methods for automated analysis of microscopy datasets.

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Microscopes represent tools of the utmost importance for a wide range of disciplines. Without them, it would have been impossible to stand where we stand today in terms of understanding the structure and functions of organelles and cells, tissue composition and metabolism, or the causes behind various pathologies and their progression. Our knowledge on basic and advanced materials is also intimately intertwined to the realm of microscopy, and progress in key fields of micro- and nanotechnologies critically depends on high-resolution imaging systems. This volume includes a series of chapters that address highly significant scientific subjects from diverse areas of microscopy and analysis. Authoritative voices in their fields present in this volume their work or review recent trends, concepts, and applications, in a manner that is accessible to a broad readership audience from both within and outside their specialist area.

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