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Oct 18 2017 Read 751 Times
The 18th European Light Microscopy Initiative, will be held at University College Dublin on June 5th – June 8th. The scientific sessions for the elmi2018 programme have been selected to help showcase the research in some of the emerging and rapidly-developing areas of optical microscopy, whilst allowing those working on the fringes the opportunity to submit their work to what is set to be a great conference.
Abstract submission for both oral and poster presentation is currently open with the deadline in January 2018.
Super-resolution - Session Organisers: Sebastian Munck, Susan Cox
Light Sheet Microscopy and in vivo Imaging - Session Organisers: Peter O'Toole, Susan Cox
Approaches in Correlative Microscopy - Session Organisers: Peter O'Toole, Dimitri Scholz
Single Molecule - Session Organisers: Heinz Peter Nasheuer, Dunja Skoko, Oliver Blacque
Frontiers in Imaging Analysis - Session Organisers: Susan Cox, Jez Simpson, Sebastian Munck
Frontiers in Imaging, Probes and Label Free - Session Organisers: Dimitri Scholz, Dunja Skoko, Gail McConnell
The Plenary Speaker, Professor Scott E. Fraser of the University of Southern California, will open elmi2018 on the evening of Monday 4 June following the Core Facilities satellite meeting earlier in the day. Professor Fraser is an expert in quantitative biology, applying the tools of chemistry, engineering, and physics to problems in biology and medicine. His personal research centres on imaging and molecular analyses of intact biological systems, with an emphasis on early development, organogenesis, and medical diagnostics. He currently uses a range of technologies in his work from conventional light microscopy and laser scanning microscopy, to optical coherence tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) microscopy.
Other invited speakers will be announced online as they are confirmed. An exhibition and workshops will run alongside the conference showcasing the latest in products and applications. Bookings for space can be made online. For further details visit www.rms.org
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