Quantitative BioImaging Society meeting 2019
January 9, 2019 - January 11, 2019(Deadline: September 1)
The 2019 Quantitative BioImaging Conference will be held January 9-11 at the Le Couvent des Jacobins in Rennes, France.
The idea for a conference on Quantitative BioImaging followed from the recognition that there is no conference to date that addresses, in a focused and interdisciplinary manner, the analysis of bioimaging data.
The 2019 QBI Conference in Rennes is held by the Quantitative BioImaging Society in partnership with the France BioImaging consortium and Inria Rennes.
We seek contributions in any area of quantitative microscopy. Presentations that demonstrate new approaches in detail are particularly welcome, including but not limited to algorithmic and software developments, physical modeling approaches, etc. The use of quantitative imaging techniques in biological applications is also of great interest. For submission details, please see the conference website (www.quantitativebioimaging.com).
Submission deadline: 1st September, 2018.
In addition to contributed talks we will feature special sessions on:
- Machine learning and microscopy image analysis
- New developments in single molecule microscopy
- Subcellular trafficking in cell biology
- Microscopy software development
- Microscopy in biopharma
- Structured illumination: a review of the state of the art
The pre-conference workshops are:
- Machine learning and microscopy
- Adaptive optics
- 3D single molecule microscopy
- Yann LeCun [AI Research – Facebook / NYU Center for Data Science] – Paris, France (Tentative)
- Pierre Bon [Laboratoire Photonique Numérique et Nanosciences] – Talence, France
- Edward Cohen [Imperial College] – London, UK
- Hans-Ulrich Dodt [Medical University of Vienna and Vienna University of Technology] – Vienna, Austria
- Kevin Elicieri [University of Wisconsin at Madison] – Madison, Wisconsin
- Seth Flaxman [Imperial College London] – London, UK
- Spencer Freeman [University of Toronto] – Toronto, Canada
- Rainer Heintzmann [Institute of Photonic Technology / Friedrich Schiller University] – Jena, Germany
- Thomas Huser [Biomolecular Photonics Group] – Bielefeld, Germany
- Khuloud Jaqaman [UT Southwestern Medical Center] – Dallas, Texas
- Ludger Johannes [Curie Institut] – Paris, France
- Florian Jug [Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics] – Dresden, Germany
- Yannis Kalaidzidis [Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics] – Dresden, Germany
- Friedemann Kiefer [Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine] – Muenster, Germany.
- Judith Klumperman [University Medical Center Utrecht] – Utrecht, The Netherlands
- Molly Maleckar [Allen Institute of Cell Science] – Seattle, Washington
- Fred Maxfield [Weill Cornell Medical College] – New York, New York
- Jean-Christophe Olivo-Marin [Institut Pasteur] – Paris, France
- Steve Presse [University of Arizona] – Tucson, Arizona
- Bernd Rieger [Delft University of Technology] – Delft, Netherlands
- Jonas Ries [European Molecular Biology Library] – Heidelberg, Germany
- Daniel Sage [EPFL] – Lausanne, Switzerland
- Anne Sentenac [Institut Fresnel] – Marseille, France
- Ernst Stelzer, [Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences] – Frankfurt, Germany
- Per Uhlén [Karolinska Institutet] – Stokholm, Sweden
- Geert van den Bogaart [Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology Institute] – Groningen, Netherlands
- Simon Walker-Samuel [University College] – London, UK
- Daniel Wüstner [Syddansk Universitet] – Odense, Denmark
- Marino Zerial [Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics] – Dresden, Germany
- Christophe Zimmer [Institut Pasteur] – Paris, France
As in prior years, assuming that our fundraising is again successful, we plan on not having a registration fee for academic attendees.
To obtain email updates, please sign up for membership of the QBI Society at www.quantitativebioimaging.com. Membership is free of charge.