Imaging our world

In our daily life we are surrounded by images. In science, images play an important role as well. These images contain scientific information, but there is also an element of beauty: we gaze at images of far galaxies or at images of individual atoms. In this seminar we will explore various aspect of scientific imaging and address questions such as: What is it that we are actually looking at? How are these images produced? What are the limitations in imaging at small and large dimensions?

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