Dr. Kseniya Korobchevskaya has obtained her PhD in the ultrafast spectroscopy laboratory at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). Her PhD work was focused on the design and assembly of pump-probe spectroscopy setups with different configurations for mono-, two- or multicolour measurements. After graduation, Kseniya continued her work as postdoctoral researcher at IIT in the Nanoscopy group where she worked on the development of label-free near IR pump-probe nanoscope. Besides, she was also closely involved in other projects related to nonlinear microscopy, such as subtraction microscopy approach for second-harmonic generation imaging of collagen fibers or two-photon spectrofluorimetric characterization of new set of red-emitting proteins. Her main research interests lie in super-resolution microscopy, nonlinear optics, and ultrafast laser spectroscopy.