We use hollow optical fibers to contain the sample. The same fibers guide laser light, and a sensitive microscope images the scattering signal at very high frame rates.
From the trajectories of the particles it is possible to determine their diameter, using a technique called Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis.
Dispertech is a spin-off of Utrecht University, in the Netherlands. We develop high-tech devices using state of the art optofluidics. We are a highly motivated
team, focused on one mission: making nanoparticle characterization reliable, reproducible, and accesible.
Aquiles is in charge of the technical developments of the company. His focus is to bring the technology one step further.
Sanli is the mastermind behind the inception of the technology. He is the link to the scientific community.
Hans ensures that the company runs smoothly, articulating between manufacturing and development.
Steven manages the company, ensuring to follow procedures and meeting deadlines.