About Us

INTERHERENCE is a spin-off from the Max-Planck Institute for the Science of Light in Erlangen making high sensitivity microscopy available for everyone.

Interherence was founded in 2019 emerging the Nano-Optics division at the Max-Planck Institute for the Science of Light. We employ modern nanofabrication and thin film technologies which we combine  with high-end optical microscopy. This allows us to build systems ensuring well-controlled and reliable measurement conditions for biophysical optical studies. Our first product VAHEAT was launched in March 2020 as an add-on to conventional microscopes enabling for the first time precise temperature control right in the field-of-view over an extended temperature range. Our goal is to bring reproducibility into microscopy and to allow everyone to perform high-sensitivity optical measurements even of complex systems.

We are an interdisciplinary team of experts in the field of quantum- and biophotonics revolutionizing high sensitivity light microscopy.

We are constantly looking for highly talented and motivated people to join our mission!

Our Team

Pierre Türschmann
Dr. Pierre Türschmann
Founder and CEO
Dr. Anubhuti Singh
Application Scientist
Noel Fitzgerald
Sergei Dobrovolsky
Dr. Rinat Tyumenev
Lead Hardware Engineer
Ateeb Toor
Ateeb Toor
Dr. Jaroslav Icha
Daniel Böning
Dr. Daniel Böning
Thai Trinh
Julia Walter
Julia Walter
Student R&D
Alexander Rudyak
Ivan Sadetskii
Optics and Optomechanics
Lewin Buttazzo
Santiago Barrera
Student R&D
Lam Tran
Moksha Vora
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We are always looking for talents. Just drop us an email!