Subpixel localisation of nanoparticles in image sequences

T. Hoch, M. Dorfer, C. Helmbrecht. Subpixel localisation of nanoparticles in image sequences. pages 61, 5, 2016.

  • Thomas Hoch
  • Matthias Dorfer
  • Clemens Helmbrecht
  • Kurt Niel
  • Peter M. Roth
  • Markus Vincze
BuchProceedings of the 1st OAGM-ARM Joint Workshop Vision Meets Robotics
TypIn Konferenzband

Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) is an emerging technology for the quantification of particle size, concentration and zeta potential for particles in the size regime of 10 to 1000 nm. The technique allows the visualization of the Brownian motion of particles in liquid suspensions. It is frequently used in commercial and academic applications for the analysis of the physical and chemical properties of dispersions such as solubility, rheology and reactivity which are strongly influenced by the size of the respective particles. Hence, measuring the size of micro- or even nano- sized particles in dispersions plays a central role in chemical and biomedical industries.