Danish Bioimaging Network meeting 2019

International invited speakers:

 

Andreas Schönle

Nanoscopy: Fundamentals, STED and Beyond

Abberior Instruments, Goettingen, Germany

 

Abstract: “We discuss the common, underlying principle of all true nanoscopy techniques: Resolution beyond the diffraction limit is always achieved by manipulating how the (fluorescence) signal is generated in the sample. Depending on how this is done, each class of methods is optimal for specific applications and imaging goals. However, all of them  achieve super-resolution at the expense of longer acquisition times and require the generation and detection of additional fluorescence photons. In the second part of the talk, we will therefore focus on RESCue and DyMIN STED which significantly reduce the number of photons needed to form a meaningful super-resolved image. We will also introduce MINFLUX microscopy, which improves imaging resolution several-fold over existing techniques by making optimal use of every photon detected.”

 

Thomas Walter

Machine Learning for computational phenotyping

Institut Curie – Centre de Recherche, France

 

Danish invited speakers:

 

Christoffer Laustsen, Department of Clinical Medicine - The MR Research Centre, Aarhus University and
Aarhus University Hospital

 

Henning Friis Poulsen, Department of Physics, DTU

 

Kenneth Lindegaard Madsen, Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology, Faculty of Health Sciences, KU

 

Mathias Porsmose Clausen, Department of Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology and Environmental Technology, SDU

 

Søren Egedal Degn, Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University