Microscopy Staff Scientist
Dr. Korobchevskaya obtained her MSc degree from Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russia, in the field of physics of optical effects. She then joined the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Italy, for her PhD in the topic of femtosecond time resolved spectroscopy. Later she was a postdoctoral researcher in the Nanoscopy group at IIT for developing novel pump-probe microscope architecture for label-free super-resolution imaging.
With a strong background in laser physics, non-linear optics and ultrafast spectroscopy, she is now working on the super-resolution microscopy and focusing on the sub-cellular structures and biological processes. As a member of Biophysical Immunology group at KIR, she developed TIRF-SIM microscope with enhanced resolution and fast acquisition speed, which is used to study spatiotemporal dynamics of the actin cytoskeleton in health and disease.
Intensity Weighted Subtraction Microscopy Approach for Image Contrast and Resolution Enhancement.
Korobchevskaya K. et al, (2016), Scientific reports, 6
Plasmon dynamics in colloidal Au₂Cd alloy-CdSe core/shell nanocrystals.
Guardia P. et al, (2013), ACS nano, 7, 1045 - 1053
Effect of Morphology on Ultrafast Carrier Dynamics in Asymmetric Gold–Iron Oxide Plasmonic Heterodimers
Korobchevskaya K. et al, (2012), The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, 26924 - 26928
Plasmon bleaching dynamics in colloidal gold-iron oxide nanocrystal heterodimers.
Comin A. et al, (2012), Nano letters, 12, 921 - 926
Plasmon dynamics in colloidal Cu₂-xSe nanocrystals.
Scotognella F. et al, (2011), Nano letters, 11, 4711 - 4717