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Dr. Matthias Genenger

Olympus Soft Imaging Solutions GmbH

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Dr. Matthias Genenger

Matthias Genenger studied Biology at the University of Marburg with focus on systematical botany (mycology) and ecology and received his doctorate at the ETH Zurich. Since 2003, he has been working for Olympus in various positions in the area of product management and development, since 2019 he is product manager at Olympus Soft Imaging Solutions in Münster, Germany.


"Sometimes, […] the smallest things take up the most room in your heart." (A. A. Milne)


His work focuses on high-end applications in fluorescence microscopy (FRAP, TIRF, FRET, deep learning). He works at the interface between microscopy and computer technology and is committed to application-specific software and hardware development in the field of biomedical and life science research.


  • Microscopy
  • Software and hardware development
  • Computer technology

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  • deep learning
  • computer technology
  • software development

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A fast route to automated powerful data

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