Matthew Lew, PhD

Associate Professor, Electrical and Systems Engineering

The Lew Lab builds advanced imaging systems to study biological and chemical systems at the nanoscale. Our technology leverages innovations in applied optics, signal and image processing, design optimization, and physical chemistry. Super-resolution is a key feature of many of our imaging systems–the ability to overcome the resolution limit of wave physics, called the diffraction limit, in order to visualize the nanoscale world. Single-molecule imaging is also a central theme of our research–enabling our technology to see individual molecules as they drive biological and chemical dynamics at the nanoscale.

Research keywords: super-resolution microscopy; single-molecule spectroscopy; nanoscale sensing

Basic information

Mentoring statement:Not provided.
Some former postdocs’ career outcomes:Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Tokyo
Research Fellow, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China
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Postdoc openings within the next year

Number of postdoc positions:1
Postdoc eligibility:U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents
Current Visa-Holding Trainees in the U.S.
International Trainees Outside the U.S.