Lars Richter

Office089/2180-77547 (Frau Steger)
Telefon089 / 2180-77541
RoomE1.027
E-mailLars.Richter”at” cup.lmu.de
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Hey there!
In autumn 2020, I (re-)joined the group after finishing my Master’s in Physics at the HU Berlin. For my thesis, I worked in the lab of Prof. Fernando Stefani in Buenos Aires on the development of MINFLUX nanoscopy. In the Tinnefeld lab, I want to learn about the DNA origami technique and the unique properties of graphene. Combined with my knowledge of MINFLUX, I aim to develop highly functional and controllable nanodevices.
In my free time, I enjoy being in Nature, especially when hiking in the mountains. Further, I’m heading a team of volunteers for organizing the international student competition PLANCKS 2022 in Munich.

Publications

Addressable nanoantennas with cleared hotspots for single-molecule detection on a portable smartphone microscope

Kateryna Trofymchuk; Viktorija Glembockyte; Lennart Grabenhorst; Florian Steiner; Carolin Vietz; Cindy Close; Martina Pfeiffer; Lars Richter; Max L. Schütte; Florian Selbach; Renukka Yaadav; Jonas Zähringer; Qingshan Wei; Aydogan Ozcan; Birka Lalkens; Guillermo P. Acuna; Philip Tinnefeld

Addressable nanoantennas with cleared hotspots for single-molecule detection on a portable smartphone microscope Journal Article

In: Nature Communications, vol. 12, no. 1, 2021.

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Luciano A. Masullo; Florian Steiner; Jonas Zähringer; Lucía F. Lopez; Johann Bohlen; Lars Richter; Fiona Cole; Philip Tinnefeld; Fernando D. Stefani

Pulsed Interleaved MINFLUX Journal Article

In: Nano Letters, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 840–846, 2020.

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Carolin Vietz; Max L. Schütte; Qingshan Wei; Lars Richter; Birka Lalkens; Aydogan Ozcan; Philip Tinnefeld; Guillermo P. Acuna

Benchmarking Smartphone Fluorescence-Based Microscopy with DNA Origami Nanobeads: Reducing the Gap toward Single-Molecule Sensitivity Journal Article

In: ACS Omega, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 637–642, 2019.

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