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PicoQuant Student Berlage Wins Physics Prize for Work on Photon Antibunching Effect

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BERLIN, Aug. 8, 2019 — Caroline Berlage, a former student at PicoQuant, is one of this year’s winners of the prestigious Physik-Studienpreis awarded by the Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin.

Berlage studied physics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and carried out the experimental work for her master's thesis from 2016 to 2019 at PicoQuant as well as the laboratory of professor Oliver Benson.

Rainer Erdmann, the company’s managing director, said Berlage used a promising new technique to count molecules based on the photon antibunching effect. A central aspect of her work was to systematically investigate this method for imaging artificial as well as biological samples under a wide range of experimental conditions.

The prizes were awarded on July 11 during an open ceremony at the MagnusHaus in Berlin.


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Aug 2019
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