5th Nordic Advanced Microscopy Workshop
September 28th – Stockholm, Sweden
The Advanced Microscopy Workshops bring together researchers from the Nordic countries working with advanced microscopy modalities. This year talks will cover imaging pursued with Light sheet, AIRY scan, SIM, PALM/STORM as well as FCS and STED, with an emphasis on practical aspects and biological applications. The meeting is organized by the BioImaging Facilities at Scilifelab in Solna and ZEISS.
Registration opens (AIR/FIRE auditorium)
Welcome - Scilifelab a national bioscience hub*
Jan Huisken – Light sheet microscopy
Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison, WI, USA
Company Representative – AIRY scan imaging
Ian Dobbie – Structure Illumination Microscopy
Advanced Imaging Unit, Oxford, UK
Ulrike Endesfelder – PALM imaging
MPItM & SYNMIKRO, Marburg , Germany
Mark Bates – STORM imaging
MPI-BPC Göttingen, Germany
Stefan Wennmalm – FCS
Hans Blom – STED
Demo sessions (Light-sheet; SIM; AIRY scan; FCS; STED)
30 min x 2 - sign up at registration [max 5 people / session]
Attendance is free (limit of 60 participants) but registration is required,
which can be done by filling in the form below.
Deadline for registrations is 8th of September 2017
Workshop address: Science for Life Laboratory, Tomtebodavägen 23A, Solna, Sweden (click on maps below)
Traveling: Arrive in Stockholm and from the city center go by subway to station Sankt Eriksplan (www.sl.se); change to Bus #3 or #77 from South Exit; or Bus #3, #67, #73, #77 from the Norht Exit to Torax (Karolinska Hospital). Cross the street at the traffic light into Tomtebodavägen. Go to 23A which is the gray oval Scilifelab buildings.
Note: You cannot buy tickets on the buses; must be pre-bought for example at the subway station or at a nearby Pressbyrån kiosk.
Local organisers: Hans Blom – hans.blom@scilifelab.
Daniel Jans – firstname.lastname@example.org
Stefan Wennmalm – email@example.com
Steven Edwards – firstname.lastname@example.org
* Science for Life Laboratory, SciLifeLab, is a national center for molecular biosciences with focus on health and environmental research. As a national infrastructure resource its mission is to give access to next-generation bioscience technology and transfer of knowledge to individual researchers.