Advanced Imaging Facility

Prospective Instruments LK OG

Dornbirn | Website

Core facility (CF)

Short Description

Prospective Instruments, an young manufacturer for innovative multiphoton microscopes, runs an Advanced Imaging Facility in Dornbirn.
The company offers two services:
- In-House Imaging Service
- Demo device of the multimodal multiphoton microscope.

The imaging service offers the options to either scan the samples yourself on-site or have Prospective’s scientists scan your samples according to your requirements.
If you prefer to scan your samples with your team in your lab, Prospective can ship a demo device to your facility.

Contact Person

Alexander Lang

Research Services

Widefield Fluorescence Microscope - Upright and Inverted (or any position in between, e.g. horizontal)

‍Multi-Photon Fluorescence Microscope - Upright and Inverted (or any position in between, e.g. horizontal). 2-Photon-, SHG-, THG-Imaging (3-Photon-Imaging on Request)

MesoSPIM V5 light sheet

Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM)

‍Whole slide imaging (WSI) - Upright or inverted configuration, automatic slide scanning, fully automated slide loading (up to 200 slides) as Single-photon or multi-photon setup

For further details please visit our website or contact us

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

The scientists of Prospective Instruments have deep knowledge of the microscopes in our facility as all the microscopes were built by themselves and in most cases the systems are also designed in house (except MesoSPIM).
A broad range of experiment were conducted with or without external research partners. To find out more about conducted projects, please visit our website:


Currently the microscope of our imaging facility are operated by our R&D scientist. Please contact Alex Lang below. He will put you in touch with the right specialist.
Alexander Lang
Head of Sales
+43 5572 206 456
Please contact us for the terms of use.
Institute for Pathology - Landeskrankenhaus Feldkirch
Lamy Lab - University of Geneva
University of Zurich
VIVIT Dornbirn
University of Applied Sciences Biberach
TU Munich
LMU Munich