G.Libert’s Center of Inovative Microscopy
G. Liberta Innovative Microscopy Centre
G. Liberta Innovative Microscopy Centre of Daugavpils University was founded in 2004, by implementing the European Union Structural Fund Project and bringing together the scientific laboratories of the Department of Physics. The author and implementer of the idea was a professor Guntis Liberts, who donated his life to science. In 2007 the centre was named in his honour. Currently the Centre deals with scientific research in different directions (nanotechnologies, holography, thin coating research, and more), cooperation with biologists and medics is developed. A number of EU projects and LZP grants are being implemented at the centre, training and development of scientific works are ongoing for bachelors, magistrates and doctoral candidates.
Main study topics of G. Liberta Innovative Microscopy Centre:
- nanostructured functional materials;
- digital holographic entry methods.