Program

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Tuesday 11th June, 2019

Time    
from 13.00   Light lunch    
15.00-16.00   Registration & Coffee    
16.00-19.00      Alberto Diaspro, Giorgio M.Giacometti, Arianna Traviglia Opening remarks.  
    (∼55') Colin J.R. Sheppard Image formation in conventional and scanning microscopes  
(∼55') Paul Wiseman Introduction to image correlation spectroscopy in space, time and reciprocal space  
(∼55') Ammasi Periasamy FLIM, FRET, FLIRR Microscopy to characterize the endogenous molecules in live cells and tissue  
20.00-23.00   Social Dinner Ristorante “Gianni”, Dorsoduro 918/A-B, Zattere – 30123 Venice  

Wednesday 12th June, 2019

Time    
09.00-11.00     (∼55') Peter So Paths toward non-fluorescence based super-resolution imaging  
  (∼55') Aymeric Le Gratiet Label-free Stokes/Mueller-matrix and scattering scanning microscopy for biological organization imaging  
11.00-11.30 Coffee break    
11.30-13:00     (∼30') Marco Castello PRISM: pixel reassignment image scanning microscopy  Genoa Instruments
  (∼55')

Stefano Selci

Hyperspectral imaging: a general view and applications for microscopy in biology

 
13.00-15.00 Lunch    
15.00-17:00   (∼55') Francesca Cella Zanacchi Quantitative super-resolution imaging of cells and tissues at the single molecule level  
 (∼55') Satoshi Kawata Plasmonics and Raman spectroscopy for Nano-imaging and Microscopy  
17.00-17.30   Coffee break    
17.30-19.00    Poster Session    

Thursday 13th June, 2019

Time    
09.00-11.00  (∼55') Luca Lanzanò

Investigation of nuclear organization by nanoscale fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy

 
(∼55')

Paolo Bianchini

 Novel approaches in super-resolution: from expansion microscopy to pump-probe  Itabi
11.00-11.30 Coffee break    
11.30-13:00  (∼30') Ricardo Nunes Bastos  Meet the Nanoimager, the first desktop compatible super-resolution microscope  ONI
(∼55') Lothar Schermelleh Chromatin organisation in mammalian cells - lessons from 3D super-resolution microscopy  
13.00-15.00 Lunch    
15.00-17:00  (∼55') Peter Saggau  Scalable Encoded Microscopy for Optical Imaging of the Brain  
(∼55') Giuseppe Vicidomini

Point-Scanning Microscopy with SPAD Array

 
17.00-17.30 Coffee break    
17.30-19.00 (∼30')  Nathalie Garin  Lifetime imaging in an instant: SP8 FALCON  LEICA
  (∼55') Takahiro Deguchi  The use of a tunable varifocal lens in confocal microscopy enables fast volumetric imaging of biological dynamics.  

Friday 14th June, 2019

Time    
09.00-11.00 (∼55') Michael Mancini  Single cell analysis of endocrine disrupting chemicals by automated microscopy and image informatics  
  (∼55') Nicholas Anthony  Ptychographic imaging and other computational approaches to microscopy   
11.00-11.30   Coffee break    
11.30-13:00 (∼30')  Ryu Nakamura Twigs deep in the Forest NIKON
(∼55')

Joerg Enderlein

Image Scanning Microscopy and Metal Induced Energy Transfer: Enhancing Microscopy Resolution in All Directions

 
    Alberto Diaspro Closing remarks  
13.00   Farewell drinks and light lunch    
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