This symposium will cover a wide spectrum of techniques, methods and applications of FLIM. It aims to deliver easy to understand theoretical concepts as well as ready to apply how-to practical sessions.
Over the course of a week, participants will learn the principles and key issues in the field of data acquisition and analysis, and what approaches are available that might be applicable in their research. The hands-on sessions will serve as tutorials for everyone regardless how new or experienced one might be in the field.
The overall goal is to provide life scientists with practical knowledge ready to apply in their daily work. It will also serve as an opportunity for FLIM experts to get to know each other, share expertise and establish collaborations. We intend to provide an opportunity for a nontraditional learning experience.
We encourage participation of students, postdocs, scientific staff and PIs from all fields of the life sciences.
For more information and registration please check the symposium website.
Ammasi Periasamy - University of Virginia, the United States
Angelika Rück - Universität ULM, Germany
Alessandro Esposito - University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Carsten Grashof - Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany
Gerhard Holst – PCO AG, Germany
Rupsa Datta - Morgridge Institute of Research, the United States
Sumeet Rohilla - Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
Werner Zuschratter - Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Yvone Stahl - Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany
Ali Gheisari - CMCB light microscopy facility of Technische Universität Dresden
Thomas Zobel - Imaging Network of WWU Münster,
Stefanie Weidtkamp-Peters - Center of advanced imaging of HHU Düsseldorf University and
Steffen Dietzel - Core Facility Bioimaging at the Biomedical Center, LMU München
Mariano Gonzalez Pisfil - Core Facility Bioimaging at the Biomedical Center, LMU München