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September 2019

CROSS INSTITUTIONAL BIOIMAGING PHD COURSE

September 9 - November 25 (Deadline: August 1)
Across all Denmark

Next time: Fall semester 2019, 9 lectures Locations: Copenhagen, Odense, Århus, Kng. Lyngby. (Transportation expenses are not covered by the course) Language: English Level of course: PhD course No. of contact hours 80 Capacity limits: 20 10 ECTS points Classroom: Date Title Location Monday September 9 Fluorescence Microscopy, two photon and Image Analysis SDU Monday September 16 Confocal Microscopy KU Monday  September 23 Non-invasive imaging modalities (PET-SPECT-CT-R) SDU/OUH Monday September 30 Live imaging in yeast, plants and mammalian cells KU Monday  October  7…

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October 2019

Volume Electron Microscopy by Automated Serial SEM

October 20 - October 25 (Deadline: July 29)
EMBL

Course Overview Recent developments in scanning electron microscopes (SEM) have led to ground-breaking opportunities in volume imaging of cells and tissues. The aim of the course is to provide extensive theoretical and practical knowledge on the 3 main techniques for automated serial imaging based on SEM (ASI-SEM): microtome-based serial block-face SEM, focused ion beam SEM and array tomography. At the issue of the course, the participants will be able to assess the potentials of each technique and which fit best…

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MIAP Ethics in Image Analysis Workshop

October 21 - October 22 (Deadline: October 22)
Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg, Lehrpool und E-Prüfungszentrum Werthmannstr. 4  79098 Freiburg/Germany + Google Map

Scientific fraud has become a serious concern in life sciences, as in all segments of science. Microscopic image presentation is a serious and, unfortunately, common source of fraud in life science publications. As image editing is commonplace during data analysis and presentation, even unwanted changes quickly lead to irregular and often illegal figures. So, image editing and presentation are not always easy. This workshop will provide all scientists with the proper tools and knowledge to avoid common pitfalls, to spot…

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Danish Bioimaging Network Meeting

October 22 - October 23 (Deadline: October 1)
Aarhus University Hospital, Palle Juul-Jensens Blvd. 99 8200 Aarhus Danmark + Google Map

The 3rd meeting of Danish Bioimaging network will take place in Aarhus 22-23 of October.   The aim of the meeting is to gather Danish bioimaging community, to share knowledge and to boost activity.  Registration opens on the 1st of May. Registration and meeting program webpage The registration deadline is the 1st of October 2019. Deadline for abstract submissions: for talks 1st of September 2019 for posters  1st of October 2019.   Confirmed speakers: Christian Eggeling, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology,…

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November 2019

MIAP ZEISS OAD & APEER Workshop Expanding the ZEISS Microscopy Platform

November 4 - November 7 (Deadline: September 8)
Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg, Life Imaging Center (LIC) Center for Biological Systems Analysis (ZBSA), Habsburgerstr. 49 79104 Freiburg im Breisgau GERMANY + Google Map

Program: The goal of this 4-day workshop is to teach and train participants how to employ the ZEISS software ecosystem for their own projects in image processing, analysis and microscope automation. We will discuss the latest developments in image analysis and machine learning, including the novel free image processing platform APEER, which enables users to exchange image processing modules and assemble them into powerful processing workflows. You will learn how to use APEER in the cloud and how to set up a local APEER solution based on…

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Correlated multimodal imaging (CMI) in life sciences COMULIS

November 22 - November 23
Vienna, Austria

COMULIS & BioImaging Austria/CMI Conference November 21st - 22nd, 2019 The COMULIS & BioImaging Austria/CMI conference is organized by COMULIS and BioImaging Austria/CMI and specifically focuses on correlated multimodal imaging (CMI) in life sciences. The conference promotes and disseminates CMI benefits through showcase pipelines, and specifically bridges CMI in biological and preclinical research. The conference will be divided in 4 main sessions following the COMULIS Work-Group-Structure: Correlative Microscopy & CLEM, Preclinical Hybrid Imaging, Novel CMI Pipelines and Correlation Software. A…

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Superresolution in Light Microscopy

November 25 - November 27 (Deadline: October 21)
Light Microscopy Core Facility Institute of Molecular Genetics of the CAS, Videnska 1083 142 20 Prague 4 Czech Republic + Google Map

About the Practical Course The major objective of the course is to introduce available superresolution fluorescence microscopy methods to potential users: PhD students and Postdocs with research interests in biology. The course is focused on three super-resolution techniques in fluorescence light microscopy: Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) Stimulated emission depletion microscopy (STED) Stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM) The course covers theoretical background of all presented super-resolution techniques. Each practical session is designed like a demo and continuous to a hands-on. The…

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December 2019

Biological and pharmaceutical applications of CRS microscopy

December 2 - December 4 (Deadline: October 1)
Odeon, Odeons Kvarter 1 5000 Odense Danmark + Google Map

The Coherent Raman Scattering (CRS) conference in Odense is focused on Biological and pharmaceutical applications of CRS microscopy. The overarching goal of the conference will be to bring together the CRS microscopy community to facilitate exchange of knowledge between users and instrument developers.   CONFERENCE FLYER Open session topics: New developments in CRS microscopy Applications of CRS microscopy Pharmaceutical applications of CRS and Raman microscopy Bioimaging in skin Other chemically specific imaging techniques.   Important dates Registration and abstract submission start April 15th, 2019…

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Biomembrane Days

December 11 - December 13 (Deadline: September 30)
Ihnestrasse 16-20, 14195 Berlin + Google Map

Applications for contributed talks and poster registration for the Biomembrane Days which will take place in Berlin from December 11 to 13, 2019 are open. http://biomembrane-days-2019.mpikg.mpg.de/ (go to Registration)   Contributed talks are a key part of the Biomembrane Days and will be selected from the submitted abstracts. For poster registration, only title (no abstract) submission is required. The abstract submission and poster registration deadline is September 30, 2019.   We would like to ask you to pass on this…

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January 2020

Quantitative BioImaging Conference 2020

January 6, 2020 - January 9, 2020
University of Oxford’s Mathematical Institute, Oxford, UK

The Quantitative BioImaging Society seeks to foster the scientific exchange of researchers with interest in quantitative imaging in biological and biomedical sciences. A particular emphasis is to promote interdisciplinary interactions between physicists, engineers, chemists, mathematicians, biologists, etc. One of the main activities to date has been the organization of the Quantitative BioImaging Conference that is held annually at different locations worldwide. The QBI 2020 Conference will be held at the University of Oxford’s Mathematical Institute, Oxford, UK between January 6-9…

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