Aymeric Le Gratiet is a Post Doc in the Department of Nanophysics, and the Nikon Centre (Nic@IIT) since 2017. His main research interest is to implement label-free microscopy methods based on polarization control of the light (Mueller-matrix/Stokes polarimetry) within super-resolution systems. In particular, the project is dedicated to the development of a multimodal microscope, combining the polarization and fluorescence modalities, for understanding the biological organization of any type of sample, from the small animal (zebrafish) to the cellular level (chromatin and DNA). Prior to this position, Dr. Le Gratiet got his Master's degree in Physics in 2013 and Ph.D. in Optics in 2016 at the University of Western Brittany, France. This work has been successful leads to the development of an original high-speed rate Mueller-matrix optical scanning microscope in the spectral domain.
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Aymeric Marcel Louis Le Gratiet
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Nanoscopy & NIC@IIT
Mohebi A., Le Gratiet A., Marongiu R., Callegari F., Bianchini P., Diaspro A.
Combined approach using circular intensity differential scattering microscopy under phasor map data analysis
Applied Optics, vol. 60, (no. 6), pp. 1558-1565
Le Gratiet A., Bendandi A., Sheppard C.J.R., Diaspro A.
Polarimetric optical scanning microscopy of zebrafish embryonic development using the coherency matrix
Journal of Biophotonics
Sheppard C.J.R., Bendandi A., Le Gratiet A., Diaspro A.
Eigenvectors of polarization coherency matrices
Journal of the Optical Society of America A: Optics and Image Science, and Vision, vol. 37, (no. 7), pp. 1143-1154
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