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Mosaic team

Mosaic is an interdisciplinary research group aiming at unravelling life science problems using advanced photonic tools.

Mosaic principal investigators are physicists and biologists working together at the cross roads between advanced optical imaging, nanophotonics and tissue morphogenesis.

In parallel, the Mosaic group is involved in collaborative projects related to the fields of developmental biology, immunology, neurosciences and biomedical research.

Optical microscopy techniques :

  • Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS)
  • Fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy
  • Polarization resolved 1 and 2-photon confocal microscopy
  • Polarization resolved spinning disk fluorescence microscopy
  • Polarization resolved superresolution microscopy (STORM)
  • Quantitative wavefront sensing
  • Temperature microscopy
  • Coherent Raman (CARS / SRS) microscopy, spectroscopy and endoscopy
  • 2-Photon, SHG, THG microscopy and endoscopy
  • Spontaneous Raman spectroscopy and imaging

Infrastructure :

  • 14 optical setups
  • 8 short pulse lasers
  • 1 chemistry lab
  • 1 cell culture laboratory (L2)
  • 1 Drosophila culture room
  • 1 Animal cell culture room

Scientific production since 2002 :

  • 160 peer-reviewed publications
  • 12 book chapters
  • 2 books
  • 14 patents
  • 1 patented software