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11th Workshop and Conference on Advanced Multiphoton and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Techniques in Vestec near Prague, June 13-15, 2016

Dear microscopists, do not miss this conference on Fluorescence Lifetime and Multiphoton Confocal Imaging techniques next week! BioCeV, Biotechnoloy and Biomedicine Centre of Academy of Sciences and Charles University, Vestec near Prague
Čas 13.06.2016   09:00
15.06.2016   17:00
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 Monday, June 13      
9:00-9:45 Ales Benda BioCev Introduction into confocal, multiphoton, and STED laser scanning microscopy
9:45-10:30 Wolfgang Becker Becker & Hickl GmbH, Berlin Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging by multi-dimensional TCSPC – Technique and Applications
Coffee Break      Demo bh DCS-120 FLIM
10:45-11:30 Thomas Gensch Research Centre Jülich, Germany Intracellular ion concentrations Determination in living cells and tissue determined by Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM)
11:30-12:15 Klaus Suhling King’s College London Development of picosecond resolution wide-field TCSPC FLIM
Lunch Break      
1:45-2:30 Martin Hammer University Jena, Germany Fluorescence lifetime imaging ophthalmoscopy (FLIO) – how to use FLIM for ophthalmic diagnostics?
2:30-3:15 Yoko Miura Univ. Lübeck, Inst. of Biomedical Optics, Germany Investigation of ex-vivo retina with fluorescence lifetime imaging ophthalmoscopy (FLIO)
Coffee Break      Demo bh DCS-120 FLIM
3:30-4:15 Jan Hejatko Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic Using FLIM/FRET in elucidating signaling specificity and signal integration in Arabidopsis
4:15-5:00 Alexander Savitsky Russian Academy of Science, Moscow FRET sensor for caspase 3 detection in mice
5:00- Demos   Zeiss LSM 880 Multiphoton and Multiphoton FLIM, Abberior STED, STED FLIM, bh DCS-120 confocal FLIM
Tuesday, June 14      
9:00-9:45 Alzbeta Marcek Chorvatova International Laser Center Bratislava, Slovakia Endogenous fluorophores and their use in the study of interaction of living Systems with micro and nano-structured surfaces
9:45-10:30 Thomas Blacker University College London NAD(P)H FLIM: Lessons from the Oocyte
Coffe Break      Demo bh DCS-120 FLIM
10:45-11:30 Angelika Rück University Ulm, Germany Correlative FLIM and PLIM for cell metabolism and oxygen sensing
11:30-12:15 Dmitri Papkovski University Cork, Ireland Quantitative imaging of oxygen gradients and cell physiology in 3D tissue models by multiplexed FLIM/PLIM
Lunch Break      
1:45-2:30 Elena Zagaynova Nizhnii Novgorod Medical State Academy, Russia Metabolic shifts and intracellular pH in cell proliferation and differentiation
2:30-3:15 Oleksandr Chernyavskiy Institute of Physiology, Czech Academy of Science Label-free analysis of tumor microenvironment: methods for tissue imaging and its evaluation
Coffe Break     Demo bh DCS-120 FLIM
3:30-4:15 Patrick Schäfer University Ulm, Germany, Clinics of Neurology Mitochondrial matrix pH as a decisive factor in neurometabolic imaging by NADH FLIM
4:15-5:00 Yves Mely University Strasbourg, France Characterization by FRET-FLIM and FCS of viral life cycle and viral particles
5:00- Demos   Zeiss LSM 880 Multiphoton and Multiphoton FLIM, Abberior STED, STED FLIM, bh DCS-120 confocal FLIM
Wednesday, June 15      
9:00-9:45 Martin Weinigel Jenlab GmbH, Jena, Germany Multiphoton FLIM/CARS Tomography
9:45-10:30 Michael Roberts University Brisbane, Australia  
Coffee Break     Demo bh DCS-120 FLIM
10:45-11:30 Volker Huck Univ. Heidelberg, Germany, Medical Faculty Mannheim  Clinical multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging – from morphology to biochemical state
11:30-12:15 Heidrun Wabnitz PTB Berlin, Germany In-vivo diffuse reflectance and fluorescence imaging by time-domain methods
Lunch Break      
1:45-2:30 Martin Hof Inst. Phys. Chem. Prague, Czech Republic Does Ganglioside GM1 promote neurodegeneration or does it act neuroprotective? Molecular insights from FCS and FLIM/FRET
2:30-3:15 Marina Hawkins-Kuimova Imperial College London Mapping viscosity and temperature using molecular rotors
Coffee Break     Demo bh DCS-120 FLIM
3:30-4.415 Herbert Schneckenburger Institute of Applied Research, University Aalen, Germany Milestones of FRET Imaging
4:15-4:45 Wolfgang Becker Becker & Hickl GmbH, Berlin, Germany FLIM of physiological effects at the millisecond time scale
4:45- Demos   Zeiss LSM 880 Multiphoton, FLIM, Abberior STED, STED FLIM, bh DCS-120 confocal FLIM

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