Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy Conference 2016
Plans are underway for the 2016 International Conference. You can expect a broad scientific programme covering topics such as:
- Lightsheet live imaging & applications
- Lightsheet engineering
- High-speed, high-resolution, low-light techniques
- Ultramicroscopy & optical clearing
- Image analysis & big data challenges
- Multi-user & open source solutions
Abstract Submission and Registration are now open!
Visit the LSFM2016 website to find out more.
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Abstract SubmissionLSFM 2016 invites the submission of abstract regarding scientific and technological works related to all area of lightsheet (listed below) from 18 March 2016. The accepted abstracts will be presented by the author in either 15 minute oral presentations or poster presentations.
Topics of interest
Lightsheet live imaging and its application in biology
High-speed, high-resolution, low-light technology innovation
Ultramicroscopy and optical clearing
Image analysis and big data challenges in lightsheet imaging
Multi-user and open source solutions
The submitted abstracts will be selected by the scientific organisers based on the topics of interest and significance of scientific contribution.
Instructions for abstract submission
Abstracts should be submitted as a Word Document NOT a PDF
Abstracts should be 300-400 words in length
Ensure you include a full title, all authors and affiliations and references if appropriate
Include Keywords if possible
You may include images or diagrams where appropriate, these will be reproduced in colour in the programme booklet
Please indicate your preference for a talk or a poster
Please indicate the topic you wish to submit your abstract to
Please indicate in your submission if you are a Student
Abstracts should be emailed as an attachment to Victoria Masters by the specified deadline date
Presenting authors are required to register, pay and attend the meeting. Should you not be able to attend, please contact Victoria Masters at your earliest convenience.
Deadline for abstract submission has been extended until: Friday 10 June 2016
Abstracts should be emailed to Victoria Masters.
Dr Hari Shroff
National Insititutes of Health, Bethesda
Dr Shroff received his B.S.E. in bioengineering from the University of Washington in 2001, and under the supervision of Dr Jan Liphardt, completed his PhD in biophysics at the University of California at Berkeley in 2006. He spent the next three years performing postdoctoral research under the mentorship of Eric Betzig at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Farm Research Campus where his research focused on the development of photoactivated localization microscopy (PALM), an optical super-resolution technique. Since 2009, he has headed NIBIB's Section on High Resolution Optical Imaging at the NIH, where he and his staff continue to develop new imaging tools for use in biology. His current research interests include structured illumination microscopy, light-sheet microscopy, and neurodevelopment.
The RMS would like to thank all of the below sponsors of the LSFM 2016 event. There will be an exhibtion during the meeting giving delegates a great opportuntity to network along side tea/coffee and lunch.
If you are interested in exhibiting or sponsoring the event please.Please contact Chloe Goode for more details.
3i-Intelligent Imaging Innovations
3i designs and manufactures technologies for living cell, live cell, and intravital fluorescence microscopy including digital holography, spinning disk confocal, multi-photon and lightsheet. Over 1000 customers worldwide use 3i's SlideBook microscopy software to manage everything from instrument control to image capture, processing and data analysis. Established in 1994, 3i is headquartered in Denver, Colorado (USA) with offices in London, United Kingdom, and Göttingen, Germany.
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AHF analysentechnik AG
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Andor Technology, an Oxford Instruments Company
Andor Technology plc is a global leader in the pioneering and manufacturing high performance scientific imaging cameras, spectroscopy solutions and microscopy systems for research and OEM markets. Andor has been innovating the photonics industry for over 20 years and aims to continue to set the standard for high performance light measuring solutions that allow consumers to perform light measurements previously considered impossible. Through continuous dialogue with customers and strong teamwork, Andor continues to innovate ground-breaking products that improve the world in which we live.
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Applied Scientific Instrumentation
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arivis specializes in big image data and compliance software for the life, health- and material sciences. Its software enables users to visualize and analyze multi-terabyte sized files and multi-dimensional (2D, 3D, 4D, 5D) image datasets that are created by microscopes or scanners. arivis software solutions also help customers to meet regulatory, quality and compliance requirements in research, clinical trials, approval, and maintenance of medical devices and medicinal products. arivis serves the global life science communities from their headquarters in Munich, Germany, subsidiaries in the United States.
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Cairn is an Independent research-orientated company specialising in microscopy solutions for the life sciences. From our origins as a provider of turnkey optical systems for fast intracellular ion measurements we have maintained close links with our academic customer base enabling us to develop a broad range of products and solutions to meet their expanding needs. Our strength lies in our understanding of both the requirements of the research microscopy community and of the advances in technology from which they can benefit. We have a “can do”, informal, and friendly attitude and are always willing to give advice. The company has evolved organically to encompass four distinct, but interrelated areas.
We are instrument designers, manufacturers and vendors of both Illumination and Detection products. Our illumination products encompass a wide range of light sources, adapters and specialist launch systems; typically used in conjunction with a third-party, or Cairn-built, microscope or macrosope. On the detection side our primary focus is on multi-channel imaging using one or more third-party cameras. These products are largely based around optical techniques, most importantly, fluorescence, optogenetics, photolysis and transmitted light imaging. Although fully independent we are closely allied with Chroma Technology and a large number of our illumination and detection products make use of their high performance interference filters.
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Carl Zeiss is an innovative technology leader in the fields of optics, precision engineering and electronic visualisation. Time and time again, we set new, pioneering standards in sophisticated technology for recognising, experiencing, measuring, analysing, structuring and processing a wide spectrum of objects. With professional optics we meet the expectations of even our most critical customers - not only in the fields of research, medicine, industry, but also for use in leisure activities.
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Hamamatsu Photonics is a world-leading manufacturer of opto-electronic components and systems and employs over 3000 staff worldwide. The corporate headquarters are based in Hamamatsu City, Japan along with various manufacturing plants and central research laboratories. Since its inception in 1953, Hamamatsu Photonics has expanded to now enjoy a global presence throughout Asia, Europe and North America.
Hamamatsu Photonics’ corporate philosophy stresses the advancement of Photonics through extensive research and development. Hundreds of new opto-electronic products are introduced to the market each year and many Hamamatsu products are regarded as state-of-the-art. Hamamatsu sources, detectors and imaging products are designed to cover the entire optical spectrum, from nuclear radiation, x-ray, Ultraviolet (UV), Visible and Infrared radiation. Hamamatsu devices provide solutions for a wide variety of applications including analytical, industrial and medical instrumentation.
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LaVision BioTec GmbH
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Leica Microsystems develops and manufactures microscopes and scientific instruments for the analysis of microstructures and nanostructures. Ever since the company started as a family business in the nineteenth century, its instruments have been widely recognized for their optical precision and innovative technology. It is one of the market leaders in compound and stereo microscopy, digital microscopy, confocal laser scanning microscopy with related imaging systems, electron microscopy sample preparation, and surgical microscopes.
Leica Microsystems has seven major plants and product development sites around the world. The company is represented in over 100 countries, has sales and service organizations in 20 countries, and an international network of distribution partners. Its headquarters are located in Wetzlar, Germany.
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Omicron-Laserage Laserprodukte GmbH
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Founded as Photometrics in 1978, Teledyne Photometrics is part of the Teledyne Imaging Group. Teledyne Photometrics is the world’s premier designer and manufacturer of high-performance CMOS, EMCCD and CCD cameras for life science research. The original architect of the world’s first scientific-grade microscopy EMCCD camera and developer of the popular CoolSNAP CCD cameras, Teledyne Photometrics maintains its leadership role with the release of Prime, the first sCMOS camera with built-in computational intelligence for image restoration, and Prime 95B, the first sCMOS camera with 95% quantum efficiency. Teledyne Photometrics also offers comprehensive OEM support, including fully characterized, cost-efficient imaging systems and components. Teledyne Photometrics is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona.
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Photon Lines supplies a range of scientific cameras (including CCD cameras, CMOS and sCMOS), lasers and laser components which are optimised for Lightsheet microscopy. We also supply advanced scientific imaging solutions primarily into the area of biophotonics, such as Label-Free Live Cell Imaging Systems and fluorescence microscopy equipment including the products of PhaseView, who have engineered unique 3D imaging technologies for life science microscopy applications. Based on a novel remote focusing principle, PhaseView imaging products allow for high speed 3D imaging which is only limited by camera frame rate, while keeping bio-specimens in a stable position without moving the objective or stage. Using this acquisition principle, PhaseView’s Alpha3 light sheet fluorescence microscope addresses the issue of high temporal resolution along with spatial high-resolution, to achieve 3D imaging of dynamic biological processes.
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Toptica Photonics UK
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