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March 2019

2019 GerBI-GMB Core Facility Managers Meeting

March 25 - March 27 (Deadline: February 25)
Institute of Molecular Biology gGmbH
, Ackermannweg 4 55128 Mainz, Germany + Google Map

The 2019 GerBI-GMB Core Facility Managers Meeting will be held in Mainz. The Meeting is catered for individuals managing or working in imaging or image analysis core facilities and is co-organized by Sandra Ritz of the Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB). This meeting series, formerly known as the German BioImaging Annual Community Meeting (or the \"Fulda-Meeting\"), was founded in 2010 and has since then taken place annually. Program The meeting will commence on Wednesday at 1 pm in order to give everyone the possibility…

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LINXS Event: Workshop – Tomography of Biological Tissue

March 26 @ 8:30 am CET
LINXS, Delta 5, Scheelevägen 19 Lund Sweden + Google Map

This one day workshop has for aim to establish communication between the users of high resolution X-ray imaging in their scientific work. The focus is on imaging biological tissue including in vivo studies. We will address the needs of such a community in Sweden. The outcome of this workshop will also be a document describing the activities of a new LINXS working group ‘Tomography of Biological Tissue’ PROGRAMME, 25TH MARCH 08:30-09:00 breakfast and registration 09:00-09:30 intro 09:30-10:00 keynote 10:00-10:30 report…

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Image Data Integrity Workshop

March 27 @ 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm CET
Room 7.15.92, Panum, Copenhagen + Google Map

Quantitative image analysis and accurate display of microscope images in publications can be a daunting task for scientists of all career levels. To provide practical advice for appropriate image processing and display and inform you about potential pitfalls of digital image handling, the CPR and DanStem Imaging Platforms invite you to join our Workshop on Image Data Integrity. Three outstanding experts within the field of scientific image data analysis and publishing will share with you their experience and provide practical,…

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April 2019

Swiss Light-sheet Microscopy Workshop

April 24 - April 26 (Deadline: March 29)

Swiss Light-sheet Microscopy Workshop 24-25 Apr 2019 Irchel Campus, UZH Zürich Registration is now open and free of charge!   The aim of the event is to strengthen the local and international network and facilitate the exchange of ideas between the lightsheet users and developers. Speakers: Kishan Dholakia University of St. Andrews Jan Huisken MIR, Madison Lars Hufnagel EMBL, Heidelberg Florian Jug MPI-MCBG, Dresden Daniel Kirschenbaum USZ, Zurich Prisca Liberali FMI, Basel Christian Mosimann UZH, Zurich Stéphane Pagès Wyss Center,…

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May 2019

NorMic Workshop on Biological Optical Microscopy

May 7 - May 10

The NorMic Oslo Imaging Platform (an Eurobioimaging node)  is organizing a four day workshop on Biological Optical Microscopy from 7th (Tuesday) to 10th(Friday) May 2019. The aim of the workshop is to teach both theoretical and practical aspects of current optical microscopy techniques for life science researchers. The workshop consists of both theory lectures(morning) and practical sessions(afternoon). The successful applicants (25 seats) will be divided into 5 different groups, each group will choose or will be assigned a mini-imaging-project to…

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Intensive Image deconvolution workshop/ hands-on

May 14 - May 15 (Deadline: April 20)
KU, Blegdamsvej 3B, 2200 København N + Google Map

2 days workshop May 14-15 2019 is organized by Danish Bioimaging Network together with Scientific Volume Imaging (SVI), presenting Huygens image deconvolution program. The extensive Huygens workshop will start with a short introduction on image formation and deconvolution. We will work with different kind of image data and explore how Huygens deconvolution can be a tool to optimize your microscopic imaging experiment, offering you less bleaching issues and faster acquisition time for a wide variety of microscopes, including: widefield, confocal,…

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June 2019

19th international ELMI meeting

June 4 - June 7 (Deadline: February 25)
Brno, Czech Republic

19th ELMI Meeting Brno, Czech Republic, 4–7 June 2019 The annual Meeting of the European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) is an internationally recognized meeting on light microscopy and a unique blend of lectures and hands-on workshops on the newest microscopy research and techniques aimed at a life sciences audience. In 2019 it will take place in Brno, which is the second largest city in the Czech Republic with many historical sights and attractive natural environment for living, studying, business and…

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CABs 4th summer school in Advanced Live Cell Imaging

June 24 - June 28 (Deadline: May 5)
Center for advanced Bioimaging (CAB), Thorvaldsensvej 40 + Google Map

This course is aimed at PhD students with experience in microscopy and with an interest in advanced live cell imaging. The course comprises theory and show-cases on selected topics, such as Fluorescence Lifetime, Super Resolution and High Throughput Microscopy as well as live cell and spectral imaging. The participants will benefit from the advanced instrumentation that is part of CAB. Internationally outstanding experts will give key notes on these topics. It will be possible for the students to bring their…

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September 2019

Junior Scientist Workshop on Biological Optical Microscopy

September 8 - September 12 (Deadline: May 24)
19700 Helix Dr, Ashburn, VA 20147 + Google Map

Organized by Ilaria Testa, Kaspar Podgorski, and Philipp Keller, this interactive workshop for graduate students and postdocs will explore the near future of optical microscopy in the biological sciences. Its collaborative format will bring together researchers from diverse backgrounds with a common interest in improved optical techniques for the biological sciences. We will discuss open challenges and strategies for addressing them, emerging imaging methods and modalities, and ways in which computational and closed-loop approaches can be used to study biology. We encourage applications…

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