indico  First event Previous event Conferences, Workshops Next event Last event   | view:  |  manage export to personal scheduler  | 
user login 

 

Albanova mini-workshop “Frontiers in Super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, what´s next?”
  Conferences, Workshops

Tuesday 09 December 2014
from 09:15 to 12:15
at FB53
Speaker : Jerker Widengren, Hans Blom (KTH Applied physics)
Abstract : In the context of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, most welcome to the Albanova mini-workshop “Frontiers in Super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, what´s next?” We have gathered some world-leading experts in Super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, the topic of this year´s Nobel Prize in Chemistry, to give presentations within a mini-symposium “Frontiers in Super-resolved fluorescence microscopy, what´s next?”. Since the previous announcement, the list of speakers has been extended, and the program is now even more interesting: 9:15-9:45 Volker Westphal, Max-Planck Inst Biophys Chem, Göttingen Recent Developments in Superresolution Microscopy 9:45-10:15 Mark Bates, Max-Planck Inst Biophys Chem, Göttingen Fluorescence nanoscopy with stochastic switching and 4PI detection 10:15-10:45 Katrin Willig, Max-Planck Inst Biophys Chem, Göttingen STED microscopy of the living mouse brain 10:45-11:15 Christian Eggeling, Oxford Univ STED-FCS microscopy on cellular membranes 11:15- 11:45 Andriy Chmyrov, Max-Planck Inst Biophys Chem, Göttingen Multi-color multi-doughnut RESOLFT nanoscopy of living cells 11:45-12:15 Johann Engelhart, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) Key technologies for simplifying STED microscopy Most welcome! Jerker Widengren; KTH Applied Physics Hans Blom, KTH, Applied Physics

AlbaNova  | Last modified 05 February 2016 19:24  |  HELP