G.Liberts’ Innovative Microscopy Centre

G.Liberts’ Innovative Microscopy Centre was founded in 2004 as a result of European Union Structure Funds Project by uniting scientific laboratories of the Department of Physics. The author of the idea and the person who carried it out, devoting his life to science was professor Guntis Liberts. In 2007 centre was named in his honour. Today, the centre is doing scientific research in different areas (functional nanostructured materials, holography, biophysics, etc.); it also cooperates with biologists and doctors. The centre carries out projects financed by the EU as well as Latvian Council of Science. Here students produce their term papers, disertations and other kinds of scientific work.

Contacts:
1 Parādes Street
Daugavpils LV-5401, Latvia
E-mail: edmunds.tamanis[at]du.lv

Head of the Centre Dr.phys. Edmunds Tamanis
Senior Researcher Dr.phys Vjačeslavs Gerbreders
Senior Researcher Dr.phys Andrejs Bulanovs
Researcher Irēna Mihailova
Researcher Andrejs Ogurcovs
Support Staff
Electronic Equipment Engineer  Dr.phys Ēriks Sļedevskis
Physics Technician Vadims Kolbjonoks

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