Oct 6, 2020
Belfragesalen (BMC D15) in Lund
We would like to invite you to Symposium on Lightsheet, Confocal and Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy hosted by Lund University Bio-Imaging Centre (LBIC) and BergmanLabora AB in Lund.
You will have the opportunity to listen to talks from leading researchers and industry specialist in the area of Lightsheet, Confocal and Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy techniques.
What: Symposium on Lightsheet, Confocal and Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy
Where: Belfragesalen (BMC D15)
When: Tuesday 6th October, 2020
9.00-9.05 Welcome (Oliver Garner, BergmanLabora)
9.05-9.40 Lund University Bioimaging Centre, LBIC - Modalities, services and examples (Sebastian Wasserström, Lund University)
9.40-10.00 Lund University Bioimaging Centre, LBIC - Optical clearing for imaging of large biological samples (John Stegmayr, Lund University)
10.00-11.00 From molecules to cells: Using fluorescence microscopy to visualise cellular function (Vinay Swaminathan, Lund University)
11.15-12.00 Aurora - the versatile light sheet (Naveen Hosny, M Squared Life)
12.30-13.20 Advances and Usage of Artificial Intelligence in Microscopy (Pierre-Emmanuel Monet, Nikon)
13.20-14.20 Automated feedback microscopy of targeted subpopulations (Pontus Nordenfelt, Lund University)
14.35-15.15 In Vivo and light sheet imaging of the glymphatic system, (Iben Lundgaard, Lund University)
15.15-16.00 Latest developments in advanced microscopy platforms: from established techniques to Artificial Intelligence (Oliver Garner, BergmanLabora)
More information on talks will follow in due course. We will of course take all of the necessary precautions to keep everyone healthy during these strange times (Covid-19). In order to ensure that the numbers for lunch, etc. are correct we ask you to register for the event by sending an email to [email protected]bergmanlabora. se
Please note that the symposium will be followed on the 7th by a BergmanLabora demonstration day. More information on the equipment available for demonstration will follow in a separate email.