Exciting Developments in 3DNanoscopy at the Arctic University of Norway: Join Our DigiPhysi Lecture Series

Greetings from the picturesque city of Tromsø, Norway, home to the Arctic University of Norway! We at the 3DNanoscopy group, under the leadership of Krishna Agarwal, are thrilled to announce an innovative new approach to learning and collaboration: our DigiPhysi Lecture Series. This series is a monthly mini-lecture event, and we’ve already successfully held two sessions. Whether you’re a fellow researcher or simply an enthusiast in the world of nanoscience and technology, these lectures offer a unique opportunity to learn, engage, and connect.

The Concept:

The DigiPhysi Lectures are designed to be concise, yet comprehensive introductions to various cutting-edge topics in physics, nanotechnology, and related fields. Each session is a detailed yet digestible 90 minutes.


Tune in to future recurring lectures on Microsoft Teams. Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who might find these lectures beneficial or intriguing.

Past Lectures:

“A Brief Introduction to Bayesian Statistics”

Speaker: Farhad Niknam, PhD candidate

Date & Time: January 30, 2024, Tuesday, 9:00-10:30 AM

Summary: This lecture dove into the fundamentals of Bayesian statistics, illustrating its application in various fields like machine learning, signal processing, and experimental data analysis.

“Brief Introduction of Label-Free Optical Imaging Techniques”

Speaker: Dr. Ankit Butola, Senior Researcher

Date & Time: February 27, 2024, Tuesday, 9:00-10:30 AM

Summary: Dr. Butola explored the principles and applications of different label-free optical imaging techniques, offering insights into their role in biophotonics.

Join Us:

Your participation in these lectures can help broaden your knowledge and potentially open doors to new research collaborations. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of a global learning community, right from the comfort of your home or office. We will post information about upcoming lectures here, including the topic and the Teams link. Normally lectures happen on the last Tuesday of each month but in March that falls on Easter holiday so we will skip that one. Keep an eye out for our updates and see you at our next DigiPhysi Lecture!