International Meeting Trends in Microscopy 2011

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International Meeting Trends in Microscopy 2011
International Meeting
Trends in Microscopy 2011:
New Advances in Fluorescence Imaging and Fluorescent Probes
Biocenter, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
October 4 – October 6, 2011
The conference is part of a series of meetings organized by the Germany Research
Foundation (DFG) to discuss new developments and applications of light and in particular
fluorescence microscopy.
Driven by the availability of efficient fluorescent probes as well as the development of refined
labeling strategies almost any protein of interest can be specifically labeled. In parallel, new
methods emerged that enable super-resolution fluorescence imaging with optical resolution
approaching molecular scale. It is the aim to provide an updated view on recent trends and
developments of new fluorescence microscopy methods with special emphasis on
fluorescent probes.
Topics
Super-resolution fluorescence imaging
Fluorescence tracking
Live-cell fluorescence imaging
Fluorescent probes
Registration
Registration Fee: 100,- €
Please register under
http://www.events.uni-wuerzburg.de/
Deadline: 19.09.2011
Organizer
Markus Sauer, Würzburg
Symposium Office
Astrid Thal, Sigrid Mönkmeyer
Biotechnology & Biophysics,
Würzburg University
Tel.: +49-931-31-84507
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]
For updates see Symposium Webpage:
http://www.super-resolution.biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de/dfg_meeting/
Confirmed Speakers
Sohail Ahmed, Singapore
Laurent Cognet, Bordeaux
Christoph Cremer, Heidelberg
Xavier Darzacq, Paris
Jan Ellenberg, Heidelberg
Jörg Enderlein, Göttingen
Mike Heilemann, Würzburg
Rainer Heintzmann, Jena
Stefan Hell, Göttingen
Harald Hess, Ashburn
Johan Hofkens, Leuven
Stefan Jakobs, Göttingen
Ulrich Kubitscheck, Bonn
Don Lamb, Munich
Luke Lavis, Ashburn
Jürgen Klingauf, Münster
Lawrence Miller, Chicago
Hideaki Mizuno, Leuven
Ulrich Nienhaus, Karlsruhe
Roland Nitschke, Freiburg
Silvio Rizzoli, Göttingen
Carsten Schultz, Heidelberg
Hari Shroff, Bethesda
Stefan Sigrist, Berlin
Ernst Stelzer, Frankfurt
Philip Tinnefeld, Braunschweig

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