Ulrike is a physicist, optical scientist & data scientist with a passion for community building/engagement, outreach, and teaching. She has over over ten years of experience designing, building, and running advanced optical systems, analyzing microscopy data, and developing image acquisition & analysis workflows. After research stays in Martinsried/Munich (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry with Prof Wolfgang Baumeister), Göttingen (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry with Prof Stefan Hell), and Washington, DC (National Institutes of Health & HHMI Janelia Research Campus) to design and build new tools for electron microscopy and light microscopy, she is now part of the Corporate Research & Technology team at ZEISS in Oberkochen. At ZEISS, she is working on the latest optical trends for imaging, metrology, lithography, quantum technology, and digitalization. In addition, Ulrike is a huge advocate for open science/education and women/diversity in science.
Scientific field: Optical System Development, Image Analysis, Optical Metrology
Microscopy background: Optical System Development, Image Analysis
Posted by Ulrike Boehm, on 25 January 2022How we started a global BioImaging seminar series in the middle of a global pandemic...