King´s College, London
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Klaus Suhling develops and uses advanced multidimensional fluorescence imaging techniques such as Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) to understand the properties and interactions of macromolecules in the life sciences.
After obtaining his PhD in the field of fluorescence spectroscopy from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland, he held several post-doctoral positions in biology, chemistry and physics departments, mostly at Imperial College London, working on fluorescence microscopy and the development of photon counting techniques. He joined King’s College London in 2003 and was a Lecturer and a Reader before being promoted to Professor of Physics in 2014.
He is a member of the Experimental Biophysics & Nanotechnology research group. The research in this group involves the development and applications of advanced optical and scanning-probe imaging techniques and of novel nanomaterials to address modern challenges in biological and material sciences and photonics. The Group adopts an interdisciplinary approach to provide leading-edge research in optical, mechanical and structural properties of nanostructures, underpinning their applications in nanophotonics, cell and protein imaging, sensing and soft-matter technologies.