Dr J Arlt
Jochen is a member of the following School research institute and research areas:
I am lab manager of COSMIC (Collaborative Optical Spectroscopy, Micromanipulation and Imaging Centre, www.cosmic.ed.ac.uk) and also responsible for most of the optical instrumentation within the Soft Condensed Matter group.
Part of my research insterest is focussed on the development and optimisation of optical methods and insrumentation to interrogate biological and soft condensed matter systems. This includes optical tweezers, advanced imaging methods such as flourescence lifetime imaging and coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy as well as Dynamic Differential Microscopy.
The second major research interest is the physics of active particles with particular emphasis on motile bacteria.
I am a senior demonstrator for the Junior Honours Experimental Physics Laboratory and typically supervise several experimental Senior Honours Projects.
Jochen has featured in the following recent School news stories:
- Tricarbocyanine N-triazoles: The Scaffold-of-Choice for Long-Term Near-Infrared Imaging of Immune Cells in vivo DOI, Chemical Science, 9, 36, p. 7261-7270
- Probing the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Catalytic Janus Particles with Single-Particle Tracking and Differential Dynamic Microscopy DOI, Physical Review Letters, 121, 7
- In vivo single cell analysis reveals Gata2 dynamics in cells transitioning to hematopoietic fate DOI, Journal of Experimental Medicine