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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Charles Nicklas Christensen is a final year PhD student at University of Cambridge. His research is in applying computer vision methods to optical microscopy using deep learning, for instance ML-SIM and ERnet . ML-SIM is a method to train neural networks to reconstruct structured illumination microscopy images based on physically modelled synthetic training data.

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My main primary interest in my PhD project has been in performing SIM reconstruction with deep neural nets, such as in one of my proposed methods ML-SIM, see more at and

  • Computer Vision
  • Image Analysis
  • Deep Learning
  • Super-resolution
  • Computational Imaging




  • PhD in Computational Imaging, Est. 2022

    University of Cambridge

  • MRes in Sensor Technologies and Image Processing, 2018

    University of Cambridge

  • MScEng in Mathematical Modelling and Computation, 2017

    Technical University of Denmark

  • BScEng in Physics and Nanotechnology, 2015

    Technical University of Denmark



Laser Analytics group — Clemens Kaminski

Artificial Intelligence Group, Computational Biology — Pietro Lio



MSc.Eng in Mathematical Modelling and Computation from Technical University of Denmark

BSc.Eng in Physics and Nanotechnology from Technical University of Denmark.

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 Charles Nicklas  Christensen

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