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Focus on Microscopy 2007
Tuesday April 10th - Friday April 13th, 2007
Valencia, Spain
 

 

Program as of Thu Apr 19 11:38:13 AM CEST 2007


Tuesday, April 10
 

14:00-19:00 Registration
15:00-18:00 Tutorials/short courses: CARS microscopy (link to separate program page) (Auditorium 3)
18:05-18:15 Opening of conference by the Magfco. y Exmo. Rector of the University of Valencia, D. Francisco Tomas Vert
18:15-18:45 Harp concert by Ursula Segarra, Soloist of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the University of Valencia
18:45-20:30 Opening symposium, plenary
 
TU-EV-PLEN (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
C. Schultz (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany) Visualization and dissection of intracellular signaling events [PDF] [invited]
C. Otto & H.W.J. van Manen & M. Jurna & H. Offerhaus (University of Twente) Raman microscopy for high resolution chemical imaging in living cells [PDF] [invited]
S.W. Hell (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Fluorescence nanoscopy [PDF] [invited]
20:30-21:30 Welcome reception, drinks and snacks (sponsored by Nikon)

Wednesday, April 11
 

08:15-17:00 Registration
09:00-10:45 Plenary session
 
WE-MO-PLEN (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
P. Török (Imperial College London) High resolution micro-polarimetry by confocal microscopy [PDF] [invited]
H.C. Gerritsen & J. Palero & H. de Bruin & A. van der Ploeg-van den Heuvel & D. Sterenborg (Utrecht University, the Netherlands) Spectrally-resolved multiphoton imaging of in vivo and excised mouse skin tissues [PDF] [invited]
S.C. Watkins & R.D. Salter (University of Pittsburgh) Live cell optical imaging technologies demonstrate novel Routes for functional connectivity in the immune system [PDF] [invited]
10:45-11:20 Coffee/Tea Break
11:20-13:00 Parallel sessions
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-A Microscopy and analysis of living cell, signaling (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
D.J. Arndt-Jovin & C. Fritsch & G.M. Hagen & D.S. Lidke & T.M. Jovin (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Insight into signaling: combining genetics, nanotechnology and microscopy to reveal molecular details and new mechanisms of tyrosine receptor kinases [PDF]
K. Roepstorff & M. Kazazic & L.E. Johannessen & N.M. Pedersen & B. van Deurs & E. Stang & I.H. Madshus (University of Copenhagen) EGF-Induced activation of the EGF receptor does not trigger mobilization of caveolae [PDF]
M. Lerdrup & S. Bruun & M.V. Grandal & K. Roepstorff & M.M. Kristensen & A.M. Hommelgaard & B. van Deurs (University of Copenhagen) Endocytic downregulation of ErbB2 is stimulated by cleavage of its C-terminus [PDF]
S Moshitch-Moshkovitz & G. Tsarfaty & D.W. Kaufman & G.Y. Stein & J.H. Resau & G.F. Vande Woude & I. Tsarfaty (Department of Human Microbiology, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University) Intravital high resolution optical molecular imaging of early events of tumorigenesis and metastasis in GFP-Met transgenic mice [PDF]
A. Laser & O. Kot & S. Moshitch-Moshkovitz & J.H. Resau & L. Mittelman & I. Tsarfaty (Department of Human Microbiology, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University) Live-cell confocal microscopy imaging of Met receptor tyrosine kinase and actin dynamics in cell migration [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-B Novel imaging techniques I (Auditorium 2)
S. Kawata & T. Yano & P. Verma (Osaka University) Tip-applied pressure: A step forward in near-field Raman microscopy [PDF] [invited]
P. Marquet & Y. Emery & T. Colomb & F. Charriere & J. Kühn & C. Depeursinge & B. Rappaz & P. Magistretti (Centre de Neurosciences Psychiatriques) Digital holographic microscopy for the study of cellular structure and dynamics [PDF]
L. Schermelleh & P. Carlton & J.W. Sedat & H. Leonhardt (Ludwig Maximilians University Munich (LMU)) Multi-wavelength 3D imaging of nuclear structures with subdiffraction resolution using structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
T.R. Hillman & S.A. Alexandrov & T. Gutzler & D.D. Sampson (University of Western Australia) Wide-field microscopy via spatially resolved fourier-holographic light scattering angular spectroscopy [PDF]
M. Levoy & Z. Zhang (Stanford University) The light field microscope [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-C CARS I (Auditorium 3)
M. Müller & H.A. Rinia & E.M. Vartiainen & M. Bonn (University of Amsterdam) Quantitative multiplex CARS micro/spectroscopy in congested spectral regions [PDF]
A. Kovalev & P. Nandakumar & A. Volkmer (University of Stuttgart) Real-time monitoring of biological processes inside a living cell by functional CARS microspectroscopy [PDF]
H.A. Rinia & M. Bonn & E.M. Vartiainen & C.B. Schaffer & M. Müller (University of Amsterdam) Application of coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering in biology [PDF]
C. Heinrich & A. Hofer & S. Bernet & M. Ritsch-Marte (Innsbruck Medical University) Chemical mapping of multi-component microemulsions of saturated and unsaturated vegetable oils [PDF]
A. Kovalev & A. Muschielok & S. Busch & A. Volkmer (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart) Quantitative spectral analysis in multiplex CARS microspectroscopy [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-D Nano surgery, optical manipulation (Auditorium 4)
M. Serý & Z. Losták & M. Kalman & P. Zemánek (Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.) Compact instrument for optical trapping and laser cutting [PDF]
J. Colombelli & E.G. Reynaud & H. Kress & U. Haselmann & C. Antony & R. Pepperkok & J.V. Small & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL, Germany) Contractility and mechanosensitive processes in living cells studied by combined laser nanosurgery, FRAP and correlative EM [PDF]
I. Raabe & S.K. Vogel & J. Peychl & I. Tolic-Norrelykke (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics) Laser cutting of yeast mitotic spindles by a picosecond diode laser [PDF]
B. Saegmueller & R. Ankerhold & K. Lorenz & A. Vogel (Carl Zeiss MicroImaging) Underlying theories for laser microdissection and non-contact isolation [PDF]
A. Rohrbach & H. Kress (University of Freiburg) Resolving molecular motor stepping inside living cells [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation I (Auditorium 5)
M.J. Booth & D. Debarre & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) Image based adaptive optics for microscopy [PDF]
B.R. Boruah & M.A.A. Neil (Imperial College) Laser scanning microscopy with dynamically controlled illumination intensity and polarization properties [PDF]
C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore) Advances in pupil filters for microscopy applications [PDF] [invited]
E.J. Botcherby & R. Juskaitis & M.J. Booth & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) Aberration-free refocusing in high numerical aperture microscopy [PDF]
G. Saavedra & I. Escobar & R. Martínez-Cuenca & M. Martínez-Corral & J. Ojeda-Castañeda (Universitat de valència) Statical compensation of sample-induced spherical aberration in scanning microscopy by wavefront coding [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-F Image processing and analysis I, assays, alignment, segmentation, registration (Auditorium 6)
T. Bernas & R. Starosolski & E.K. Asem & J.P. Robinson & B. Rajwa (University of Silesia) Estimation of precision of fluorescence registration for microscope image compression [PDF]
T.M. Scholtens & F. Schreuder & J. Greve & A.G.J. Tibbe & L.W.M.M. Terstappen (University of Twente) Cell aligning microstructures for image cytometry [PDF]
S.J. Lockett & D.P. McCullough & J. Kim & P.R. Gudla (National Cancer Institute - Frederick) 3D Segmentation of cells and nuclei in tissue using dynamic programming [PDF]
B.J. Vermolen & V. Raz & R. Dirks & S. Mai & I.T. Young & Y. Garini (Delft University of Technology) 3D Segmentation and analysis of nuclear bodies [PDF]
A. Kriete & A. Ghosh & N. Yalamanchili & A. Verma & D. Miller (Drexel University, Biomedical Engineering) Quantum-dot based imaging assays to characterize and model signaling pathways [PDF]
11:20-13:00
WE-MO-PAR-G Nikon presentation (Auditorium 7)
13:00-14:30 Lunch break
14:30-15:50 Parallel sessions
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-A Microscopy and analysis of living cell, nuclei (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
H.J. Tanke & A. Brouwer & T.E. Abraham & V. Raz & N.P. Verwoerd & R. Eils & B.J. Vermolen & R.W. Dirks (Leiden University Medical Center) Telomere localization and dynamics in normal and in cancer cells [PDF]
W.H. De Vos & G.H. Joss & P. Van Oostveldt (University of Ghent) Analysis of telomere constellations and dynamics. Relation to cell cycle and health status [PDF]
K. Tripathi & V.K. Parnaik (Centre for cellular and molecular biology) Dynamics of splicing factor compartments during mitosis [PDF]
D. Gruenwald & R.H. Singer (Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AECOM)) Translocation through the nuclear pore complex in living cells: Analyzed one molecule at a time [PDF]
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-B Novel imaging techniques II (Auditorium 2)
G.M. Hagen & W. Caarls & A. Hill & K.A. Lidke & M. Thomas & D. Arndt-Jovin & T.M. Jovin (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Biological applications of an LCoS-based programmable array microscope (PAM) [PDF]
P.J. Keller & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL Heidelberg) A digital scanned light sheet microscope (DSLM) [PDF]
K. Koenig (Fraunhofer Institute of Biomedical Technology) clinical two-photon microendoscopy [PDF] [invited]
H. Haschke & R. Owen & G. Behme (JPK Instruments AG) Combining bio-AFM with advanced optical techniques; CLSM, FCS and tip-enhanced optics [PDF]
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-C CARS II (Auditorium 3)
E.R. Andresen & J. Thøgersen & S.R. Keiding (Department of Physics, University of Aarhus) Photonic-crystal fibers and fiber lasers as light sources in CARS microspectroscopy [PDF]
D. Gachet & F. Billard & N. Sandeau & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, CNRS 6133, Paul Cézanne University) Coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy (CARS) image contrast at interfaces: evidence of interference effects [PDF]
M. Åkeson & C. Brackmann & A. Enejder (Chalmers University of Technology) Dual-CARS microscopy [PDF]
I. Rimke & C. Evans & E. Büttner & S. Xie (APE GmbH) A new, easy to use light source for CARS microscopy based on an optical parametric oscillator [PDF]
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-D Optical, tweezers (Auditorium 4)
A. Plantamura & F. Belloni & S. Monneret (Institut Fresnel) Videomicroscopy for the parallel calibration of transverse optical forces in multiple holographic optical tweezers [PDF]
M. Gu & S Kuriakose (Swinburne University) Optically controlling erythrocytes in a scanning total internal reflection microscope [PDF] [invited]
M. Mathew & I. Amat-Roldan & R. Andres & I.G. Cormack & D. Artigas & E. Soriano & P. Loza-Alvarez (ICFO - Institut de Ciències Fotòniques) Signaling neuronal growth cones using femtosecond pulses at a distance [PDF]
G. Dutier & V. De Beaucoudrey & J. Zyss & S. Brasselet & A. Mitus (Laboratoire de Photonique Quantique et Moléculaire) Influencing single molecule rotational motion by light [PDF]
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation II (Auditorium 5)
L. Miccio & S. Grilli & S. De Nicola & A. Finizio & P. Ferraro (Istituto Nazionale Ottica Applicata (INOA) del CNR) Cell three-dimensional imaging by digital holographic microscopy [PDF]
S.A. Alexandrov & T.R. Hillman & T. Gutzler & D.D. Sampson (University of Western Australia) Wide-field digital holographic microscopy via spatial fourier spectral synthesis [PDF]
J. Moreau & G. Moneron & K. Grieve & A.C. Boccara & A. Dubois (Institut d'Optique) Multimodal three-dimensional interference microscopy [PDF]
A. Neumann & Y. Kuznetsova & S.R.J Brueck (Center for High Technology Materials) Distortion correction in imaging interferometric microscopy at the 2/lambda linear systems limit [PDF]
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-F Image processing and analysis II, fusion, deconvolution, restoration (Auditorium 6)
U. Krzic & E.H.K. Stelzer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)) Real-space based multi-View image fusion [PDF]
B.J. Vermolen & H.G. Khedoe & Z. Lichtensztejn & S. Mai & I.T. Young & Y. Garini (Delft University of Technology) 3D Spectral karyotyping: deconvolutions and spectral unmixing [PDF]
N. Grefner & A. Vorobiyov & E. Magnitskaya & G. Savostyanov (Cytology Institute RAS, Russia) Structural histology as a basis for 3-D reconstruction of epithelial tissue histoarchitecture [PDF]
G. Vicidomini & P.P. Mondal & P. Bianchini & A. Diaspro (LAMBS, MicroSCoBiO, DISI, University of Genoa) Markov random field aided image restoration in confocal and two-photon excitation microscopy [PDF]
14:30-15:50
WE-AF1-PAR-G WITec workshop (link to more info) (Auditorium 7)
15:50-17:00 Posters, coffee (Poster area)
17:00-19:00 Parallel sessions
17:00-19:00
WE-AF2-PAR-A New developments in (confocal) instrumentation (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
H. Okugawa (Nikon Instruments Company) A new imaging method for confocal microscopy [PDF]
R. Hessling (Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH Jena) Advanced confocal microscopy and high speed imaging [PDF]
M.S. Hoppe (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH) Innovation in confocal instrumentation [PDF]
U. Ortmann & F. Koberling & B. Krämer & M. Wahl & M. Patting & P. Kapusta & A. Bülter & W. Hempell & V. Buschmann & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH; Olympus Life and Material Science Europa GmbH) Fluorescence lifetime FRET for detection of dimerization of transcription factor proteins using an upgrade kit for confocal microscopes [PDF]
17:00-19:00
WE-AF2-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation III (Auditorium 5)
M. Roy & F. Braet & C. Sheppard & G. Cox (University of Sydney) Full field geometric phase shifting optical coherence microscopy [PDF] [invited]
F. Charrière & B. Rappaz & T. Colomb & J. Kühn & P. Marquet & Y. Emery & E. Cuche & C. Depeursinge (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)) Effect of shot noise in the phase accuracy in digital holographic microscopy [PDF]
B. Simon & M. Debailleul & V. Georges & O. Haeberlé & V. Lauer (Laboratory MIPS, University of Haute-Alsace) Tomographic microscopy of transparent samples [PDF]
C.J. Cogswell & S.V. King & A. Libertun & R. Piestun & C. Preza (University of Colorado) Quantitative DIC microscopy: Improving versatility for live-cell imaging [PDF]
N. Dragomir & X. Goh & K. Nugent & A. Roberts (The University of Melbourne) Three-dimensional imaging of transparent specimens with quantitative phase microscopy [PDF]
17:00-19:00
WE-AF2-PAR-F Image processing and analysis III, stereology, autom. Analysis, software (Auditorium 6)
B. Cavanagh & A.C.B. Meedeniya & D. Muller & M. Blumenstein & A. Mackay-Sim (Griffith University) Introducing "fluorescence neurostereology": Novel methods for mapping the brain [PDF]
J. Janacek & I. Saxl & X.W. Mao & L. Kubinova (Institute of Physiology) Measurement of capillary length from 3D confocal images using image analysis and stereology [PDF]
B. Ucar & A. Muñoz-Barrutia & T. Pengo & I. Zudaire & C. Ortiz-de-Solórzano (Division of Oncology, Centre for Applied Medical Research (CIMA), University of Navarra) Automatic and quantitative image analysis of minimal samples with application in early lung cancer diagnosis [PDF]
P. Kankaanpää & K. Pahajoki & V. Marjomäki & J. Heino & D.J. White (University of Jyväskylä) BioImageXD - a high performance free open source software framework for multi dimensional biological image visualisation, processing and quantitative analysis [PDF]
S. Al Qaisy & S. Ali & R. Mirza (Al Salam Co., Ltd.) Adapted principal component transform (PCT) method for restoring medical & industrial images [PDF]
19:00-19:30 Pre-city drinks Before you start to view the city of Valencia by yourself. Dinner time in Spanish restaurants starts at 21:00 hrs (exhibition area)

Thursday, April 12
 

08:15-17:00 Registration
09:00-10:45 Plenary session
 
TH-MO-PLEN (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
E.H.K. Stelzer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)) Light sheet based microscopy and a refined approach to modern biology [PDF] [invited]
P. Artal (University of Murcia) Adaptive optics for imaging the human eye [PDF] [invited]
W. Baumeister (Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry) Mapping molecular landscapes inside cells by cryoelectron tomography [PDF] [invited]
10:45-11:20 Coffee/Tea Break
11:20-13:00 Parallel sessions
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-A Microscopy and analysis of live cells, fluorescence (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
F.-J. Kao & Y.-Y. Hsu & S.-H. Kung & V. Gukassyan (National Yang-Ming University) Application of FLIM/FRET for the detection of EV71 virus infection in cells [PDF]
S.E. Le Dévédec & B. Geverts & H. de Bont & A.B. Houtsmuller & B. van de Water (LACDR, Toxicology, University of Leiden) Focal adhesion-associated protein dynamics are determined by extracellular-matrix concentration [PDF]
A.-C. Ribou & T. Rharass & J. Vigo & J.-M. Salmon (University of Perpignan- Via Domitia) Looking through the microscope: What can we learn from fluorescence lifetime measurments about reactive oxygen species variations in living cells? [PDF]
J. Langowski & K. Toth & M. Bussiek & A. Gansen & N. Dross & F. Aumann & T. Wocjan (Biophysics of Macromolecules, German Cancer Research Center) Dynamics of the nucleosome and chromatin fiber studied by single molecule spectroscopy and computer simulations [PDF]
T. Zimmermann & S. Terjung & A. Seitz & R. Pepperkok (Centre for Genomic Regulation) Multiparameter analysis of sensitized emission data to detect intra- and intermolecular FRET, maturation and environmental effects in vivo [PDF]
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-B Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy/microscopy I (Auditorium 2)
V. Buschmann & T. Dertinger & B. Ewers & P. Kapusta & F. Koberling & B. Krämer & M. Patting & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH) Time-resolved confofal fluorescence microscopy: Novel technical features and applications for FLIM and FCS [PDF]
J. Wenger & F. Conchonaud & J. Dintinger & L. Wawrezinieck & T.W. Ebbesen & D. Marguet & H. Rigneault & P.-F. Lenne (Institut Fresnel, CNRS, University of Aix-Marseille III) Complex lateral organization in live cell membranes revealed by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy in single nanometric apertures [PDF]
K. Steenkeste & R. Briandet & C. Fontàs & P. Seta & M.-N. Bellon-Fontaine & M.-P. Fontaine-Aupart (Laboratoire de Photophysique Moléculaire) Performances and limits of FCS and FRAP under two photon excitation for the molecular diffusion study inside microbial biofilms and polymer inclusion membranes [PDF]
P. Sandeep & A. Volkmer (University of Stuttgart) Probing brownian rotational motion by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy in the nanosecond time range [PDF]
J. Ries & P. Schwille (TU Dresden, Biophysik) Studying slow membrane dynamics with scanning FCS [PDF]
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-C Raman, 2 photon microscopy (Auditorium 3)
D. Parras Guijarro & M. Montejo Gámez & N. Ramos Martos & A. Sánchez (University of Jaén) Raman microscopy: A powerful tool for archaeometry and its application to the analysis of Iberian culture archaelogical remains [PDF]
C. Matthäus & A. Kale & T. Chernenko & V. Torchilin & M. Diem (Northeastern University) Raman microscopic imaging of cells and applications monitoring the uptake of liposomal drug delivery systems [PDF]
N.J. Durr & T. Larson & D.K. Smith & B.A. Korgel & K. Sokolov & A. Ben-Yakar (The University of Texas at Austin) Three dimensional imaging of cancerous tissue phantom using gold nanorods as a two-photon contrast agent [PDF]
I. Steinmetz (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH) A new system for electrophysiology based on a two-photon laser scanning microscope [PDF]
E. Werkmeister & C. Spriet & L. MarchaL & L. Heliot & J.F. Stoltz & D. Dumas (Nancy Universite) Two-photon microscopy in thick tissue: Absorption efficiency and penetration depth dependent on excitation parameters [PDF]
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-D Optical tweezers, calibration, quantitation in microscopy (Auditorium 4)
L. Sacconi & A. Masi & F.S. Pavone (LENS, University of Florence) Manipulating a living cell with light [PDF]
N.C.A. De Ruijter & H. Van der Honing & A.M.C. Emons & J. Van der Gucht & T. Ketelaar (Wageningen University) Calibrated optical tweezers integrated in a confocal micrsocope: A tool to study intra cellular organization of plant cells [PDF]
I.T. Young & G. Liqui Lung (Delft University of Technology) Leds and photodiodes as calibration standards for microscopy [PDF]
T. Bernas & D. Barnes & E.K. Asem & J.P. Robinson & B. Rajwa (University of Silesia) Intensity measurement precision of fluorescence detection in biological microscopy [PDF]
J.M. Zwier & K. Jalink & L. Oomen & L. Brocks & G.J. Brakenhoff (UvA) Intensity correction and quantification in fluorescence confocal microscopy using sectioned imaging property charts (SIPcharts) [PDF]
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation IV (Auditorium 5)
M.W. Docter & P.M. van den Berg & P.F.A. Alkemade & V.G. Kutchoukov & O.M. Piciu & A. Bossche & I.T. Young & Y. Garini (Delft University of Technology) Structured-illumination microscopy using extraordinary transmission through sub-wavelength hole-arrays [PDF]
A. Sentenac & K. Belkebir & P. Chaumet (CNRS, Institut Fresnel) Reconstruction procedures in structured illumination fluorescent microscopy [PDF]
R. Juskaitis & T. Wilson & M.A.A. Neil (University of Oxford) Artifact-free spinning disk structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
W.A. Carrington (University of Massachusetts Medical School) Image restoration in 2-D structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
R. Danzl & F. Helmli & S. Scherer (Alicona Imaging GmbH) 3D Measurement of complex structures using focus variation [PDF]
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-F Image processing and analysis III, biological applications, methods (Auditorium 6)
A. Huisman & L.S. Ploeger & H.F.J. Dullens & J.A.M. Belien & G.A. Meijer & W. Grizzle & P.J. van Diest (Department of Pathology, UMC Utrecht) 3-D Nuclear chromatin texture analysis of prostate tissue using confocal laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
M. Offterdinger & N. Taub & L.A. Huber (Innsbruck Medical University, Biocenter, Division of Cell Biology) Endosome distance analysis [PDF]
F. Pampaloni & M. Marcello & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL Heidelberg) Three-dimensional cell biology fosters physiological cellular assays for basic and biomedical research [PDF]
S. Kumar & Y. Wang & R. Kraut (Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN)) Automated 3D quantification of neurodegeneration-associated changes in a subcellular compartment of neurons [PDF]
O. Renaud & S. Shorte (Institut Pasteur) A system and methodology for high-content visual screening of individual intact living cells in suspension [PDF]
11:20-13:00
TH-MO-PAR-G PerkinElmer presentation (link to more info) (Auditorium 7)
13:00-14:30 Lunch break
14:30-15:50 Parallel sessions
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-A Biological imaging, proteins, membranes (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
J.P. Siebrasse & R. Veith & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn) Mobility and intranuclear dynamics of single balbiani ring mRNP particles in living chironomus tentans salivary glands [PDF]
A.N. Bader & E.G. Hofman & P.M.P. van Bergen en Henegouwen & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University) Protein cluster size imaging by 3D confocal time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy microscopy [PDF]
K.I. Willig & S.W. Hell (MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Dept. of NanoBiophotonics) Nanoscale STED-microscopy with fluorescent proteins [PDF]
D. Entenberg & B. Ovryn (Albert Einstein College of Medicine) Quantifying cell membrane topography using confocal interference microscopy [PDF]
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-B Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy/microscopy II, imaging optimization (Auditorium 2)
B. Riquelme & N. De Isla & H. Castellini & J.F. Stoltz & D. Dumas (Nancy Universite) Mobility of type II collagen receptor on MSC cells stimulated or not with TGF-beta by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
Y. Engelborghs & C. Tudor & L. Gelman & J. Feige & B. Desvergne (University of Leuven) Fluorescence correlation microscopy to study dynamics and interactions of proteins in living cells [PDF]
R.A. Hoebe & C.H. van Oven & E.M.M. Manders & C.J.F. van Noorden (AMC,CMO, University of Amsterdam) Controlled light exposure microscopy (CLEM) expands the dynamic range of a confocal microscope [PDF]
C.A. Combs & A.V. Smirnov & J.D. Riley & A.H. Gandjbakhche & J.R. Knutson & R.S. Balaban (NHLBI/NIH) Optimization of multi-photon excitation microscopy by total emission detection (TED) using a parabolic light reflector [PDF]
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-C Material sciences I, crystalline structures (Auditorium 3)
N. Sandeau & L. Le Xuan & D. Chauvat & J.-F. Roch & A. Bentley & P. Tauc & S. Brasselet (LPQM - UMR 8537 Institut d'Alembert - IFR 121) Crytallinity diagnostics and 3d-orientation measurements of single nanocrystals by nonlinear microscopy [PDF]
E. Martin & J. Lamela & D. Jaque & J. García Solé & G. Lifante & F. Jaque & R. Pankrath (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid) Visualization of ferroelctric domains in As-grown SBN crystals by scanning near field optical microscopy [PDF]
P. Molina & B.J. García & D. Sarkar & M.O. Ramirez & J. García Solé & L.E. Bausá (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Excitation-emission spectroscopy of Nd3+ ions after ferroelectric domain inversion by direct electron beam writing in LiNbO3:Nd3+ crystals [PDF]
A. Rodenas & D. Jaque & G. Torchia & C. Mendez & L. Roso & S. Laiziruca & C. Molpeceres & F. Agullo Rueda (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid) Confocal microluminescence studies of laser assisted micromodifications in transparent crystals [PDF]
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-D Special and subdiffraction microscopy (Auditorium 4)
E.G. Reynaud & P. Girard & E.H.K. Stelzer (CBBU, EMBL) Creating model three dimensional molecular landscapes using light sheet based microscopy [PDF]
K. Greger & E. Perlas & W. Witke & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL Heidelberg) Imaging mouse embryos and organs of adult mice using single plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) [PDF]
S. Bretschneider & C. Eggeling & S.W. Hell (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Ground-State-Depletion fluorescence microscopy provides subdiffraction resolution through triplet state pumping [PDF]
R.R. Kellner & K.I. Willig & S.W. Hell (MPI for Biophysical Chemistry) Biological applications of subdiffraction STED microscopy [PDF]
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation V (Auditorium 5)
P.R.T. Munro & C.A.M. Macías-Romero & P. Török (Imperial College London) Properties of high NA Mueller-matrix confocal microscopes [PDF]
V. Mico & Z. Zalevsky & J. García (University of Valencia) Superresolution microscopy by synthetic aperture generation [PDF]
K. Seale & R. Reiserer & D. Markov & C. Janetopoulos & J. Wikswo (Vanderbilt University) Simultaneous multi-Perspective three dimensional microscopy with mirrored pyramidal wells [PDF]
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-F Light sources for advanced microscopy I (Auditorium 6)
E. Esposito & J. Harris & G. McConnell (Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde) Rapidly wavelength-tunable ultraviolet laser source for confocal microscopy [PDF]
A. Thayil & E.J. Gualda & I. Amat-Roldan & D. Zalvidea & I.G. Cormack & D. Artigas & P. Loza-Alvarez (ICFO-Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques) Simple system for simultaneous in situ MEFISTO pulse characterization of broadband pulses and high resolution nonlinear imaging [PDF]
G. McConnell (Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde) Nonlinear optical microscopy at wavelengths exceeding 1400 nm using a femtosecond-pulsed OPO [PDF]
G.T. Kennedy & V. Poher & D.S. Elson & I. Munro & P.M.W. French & M.A.A. Neil & E. Gu & M.D. Dawson (Imperial College) LED light sources for fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
14:30-15:50
TH-AF1-PAR-G Leica presentation (Auditorium 7)
15:50-16:20 Coffee/Tea Break
16:20-18:00 Parallel sessions
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-A Tissue imaging, linear, SHG, THG I (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
J.A. Palero & H.S. de Bruijn & A. van der Ploeg van den Heuvel & H.J.C.M. Sterenborg & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University) Spectrally-resolved nonlinear microscopy of living mouse tissues [PDF]
D. Débarre & W. Supatto & N. Olivier & E. Farge & E. Beaurepaire (Laboratoire d'Optique et Biosciences) Third-harmonic generation microscopy of tissues and embryos: sources of contrast and inocuity [PDF]
M. Strupler & A.-M. Pena & M. Hernest & P.-L. Tharaux & A. Fabre & B. Crestani & E. Beaurepaire & M.-C. Schanne-Klein (Ecole Polytechnique) 3D imaging and scoring of collagenous fibrosis using second harmonic microscopy [PDF]
S.-W. Chu & S.-P. Tai & C.-K. Sun (Department of Physics, National Taiwan University) Selective imaging in harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
P. Bianchini & G. Vicidomini & P.P. Mondal & P. Ramoino & C. Usai & J. Janàcek & J. Kubìnovà & A. Diaspro (LAMBS, MicroSCoBiO University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy) SHIM and TPEM: Getting more information from non linear excitation [PDF]
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-B Tomography, spectral imaging (Auditorium 2)
H. Meyer & L. Lambert & A. Metaxakis & A. Darrell & S. Atrops & G. Voglis & N. Tavernarakis & K. Marias & C. Savakis & J. Ripoll (Inst. of Electronic Structure & Laser - Foundation of Research & Technology Hellas) Towards rapid 3D quantitative in-vivo imaging using optical projection tomography [PDF]
H. Giovannini & D. Konan & A. Sentenac & F. Drsek & P.C. Chaumet & V. Lauer & F. Maffezzini (Institut fresnel - CNRS) Far-field reflection microscope using optical diffraction tomography: Application to profilometry [PDF]
J. Swoger & J. Sharpe (Centre for Genomic Regulation) Optical projection tomography: 3D microscopy of embryos & organs [PDF]
S.T. Ligthart & F. Schreuder & J. Greve & A.G.J. Tibbe & L.W.W.M. Terstappen (University of Twente) Theoretical comparison of spectral imaging methods for measuring aneuploidy [PDF]
T. Pengo & B. Ucar & B. Errasti & A. Muñoz-Barrutia & C. Ortiz-de-Solórzano (Centre for Applied Medical Research (CIMA), Universidad de Navarra) Integrated multidimensional spectral imaging platform for in-vitro pseudo-confocal fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-C Material Sciences II, crystalline structures, metal (Auditorium 3)
M.A. Ramirez Cruz & C.V.L. Vazquez Lopez & F.S.S. Sanchez Sinencio (CINVESTAV) Optical and electrical characterization of AlGaAs/GaAs grown with different precursors and experimental conditions by MOCVD [PDF]
J. Lamela & A. Rodenas & D. Jaque & F. Jaque & G. Torchia & C. Mendez & L. Roso (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) Application of scanning near field and micro-luminescence microscopies to the study of femtosecond laser micro-structured Nd:YAG crystals [PDF]
H. Stankova & L. Skalova & K. Jackova & B. Masek (University of West Bohemi in Pilsen) Utilisation of laser confocal microscope olympus lext for the analysis of the fracture area of fine grain steels [PDF]
A. Isemann (Femtolasers Produktions GmbH, Austria) Delivering high intensities at moderate average power to the target - technique and first results [PDF]
D.R. Burnham & M.D. Summers & D. Rudd & S. Anand & N. Dewar & D. McGloin (University of St. Andrews) Techniques for the optical manipulation of aerosols [PDF]
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-D Quantum dots (Auditorium 4)
R. Juskaitis & S.V. Shatalin (University of Oxford) Control of excited states in colloidal quantum dots and superresolution in confocal microscopy [PDF]
E. Kahn & A. Vejux & F. Frouin & G. Lizard (U.678 INSERM / UMR-S Université Pierre et Marie Curie) Analysis of CD36 expression with quantum dots 605 of 7-ketocholesterol-treated human monocytic cells and human atherosclerotic tissue sections by means of spectral confocal microscopy and image processing. [PDF]
M. Amelia & L. Latterini & G.G. Aloisi & F. Elisei (University of Perugia) Interactions between water-soluble CDS quantum dots and biological systems [PDF]
D. Armstrong (Coherent Inc) Advances in lasers for multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation VI (Auditorium 5)
T. Plakhotnik (University of Queensland) Noise minimization in optical detection of small particles [PDF]
W.D. Furlan & G. Saavedra & J.A. Monsoriu & A. Pons & L. Remón (Universitat de València) Fractal zone plates for X-ray microscopy [PDF]
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-F Light sources for advanced microscopy II (Auditorium 6)
F. Massoumian & S. Alalý (Sharif University of Technology) Confocal and conventional images of spherical scatterers when illuminated with arbitrary polarization [PDF]
A. Courjaud & E. Mottay & P. Legros & D. Choquet (Amplitude Systemes) Fiber coupling of an infrared femtosecond laser to a multiphoton microscope [PDF]
M.Ø. Pedersen & F.D. Nielsen & Y. Qian & P.M. Moselund & C.F. Pedersen & C.L. Thomsen (Koheras A/S, Denmark) High power tunable multi-line supercontinuum source [PDF]
S.E. Egorov (Del Mar Photonics, Inc.) New ultrafast laser system based on the Chromium: Forsterite offers wavelength alternative to Ti:sapphire [PDF]

Mavericks Femtosecond Cr:Forsterite laser (around 1250 nm)
Multiphoton Imaging with Mavericks - introductory brochure
Business Wire: Del Mar Photonics Announces New Mavericks (TM) Long Wavelength Femtosecond Laser for Scientific Research and Enhanced Biological Imaging.

E. Mottay & P. Rigail & A. Courjaud & P. Suret & E. Courtade & S. Randoux & N. Peyrieras (Amplitude Systemes) A single laser source for the optimal excitation of EGFP and MRFP in multiphoton time lapse laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
16:20-18:00
TH-AF2-PAR-G Zeiss presentation (Auditorium 7)
Evening Conference dinner at Las Arenas Balneario Resort (link to separate page) Sponsored by Zeiss
Busses leave at 18:15 hrs from University

Friday, April 13
 

08:15-14:00 Registration
9:00-10:20 Parallel sessions
9:00-10:20
FR-MO1-PAR-A Tissue imaging, linear, SHG, THG II (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
I. Pintelon & I. De Proost & I. Brouns & F. Van Meir & J. Timmermans & D. Adriaensen (University of Antwerp) Effect of cholinergic agonists on neuroepithelial bodies studied in a newly developed in situ lung slice model for fluorescent live cell imaging [PDF]
R. Cicchi & S. Sestini & V. De Giorgi & D. Stambouli & P. Carli & D. Massi & F.S. Pavone (University of Florence) Multidimensional non-linear imaging of human skin and basal cell carcinoma [PDF]
L. Fu & L. Wu & S. Russell & H. Xie & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology) 3D tissue imaging with a nonliner optical endoscope probe [PDF]
C.M. St. Croix & K. Leelavanichkul (University of Pittsburgh) Visualizing nitric oxide-zinc mediated signaling events in intact pulmonary endothelium [PDF]
9:00-10:20
FR-MO1-PAR-B Advanced fluorescence imaging modes, FLIM, FRAP, FRET etc, I (Auditorium 2)
A. Rueck & F. Dolp & S. Lintner & B. v. Einem & C. v. Arnim (ILM) FLIM and SLIM for sophisticated FRET imaging [PDF]
P. Blandin & S. Leveque-Fort & F. Druon & M. Hanna & P. Georges & R. Briandet & Z. Lenkei & M.P. Fontaine-Aupart (Laboratoire de Photophysique Moleculaire) Fluorescence lifetime imaging in TIRF microscopy [PDF]
H.M.J. Oosterveld-Hut & L.K. van Geest (Lambert Instruments) FLIM combined with TIRF or confocal imaging improves image contrast [PDF]
G.S. Ojla & P. Courtney (PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences) Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) using a Nipkow spinning disk confocal imaging system [PDF]
9:00-10:20
FR-MO1-PAR-C High speed microscopy (Auditorium 3)
J. McGinty & C.B. Talbot & D.M. Grant & A.I. Magee & M. Katan & P. Courtney & M.A.A. Neil & P.M.W. French (Imperial College London) High-speed wide-field FLIM applied to Nipkow disc microscopy [PDF]
F. Reinholz & B.A. Patterson & T.D. Lamb (University of Western Australia, Perth) High frame rate, multi-purpose scanning laser ophthalmoscopy [PDF]
R.A. Leitgeb & M.L. Villiger & T. Lasser & M. Beleut & C. Brisken (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) High contrast 3D imaging using high speed extended-focus optical coherence microscopy [PDF]
A. Egner & C. Geisler & N. Ehrmann & M. Schmeisser & S.W. Hell (Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Video-Rate 4Pi microscopy [PDF]
9:00-10:20
FR-MO1-PAR-D Mirror slides, monitoring, sensing, detection (Auditorium 4)
E. Le Moal & E. Fort & S. Lévêque-fort & A. Janin & H. Murata & F.P. Cordelières & M.P. Fontaine-Aupart & C. Ricolleau (Laboratoire de Photophysique Moléculaire- CNRS) Mirror slides for enhanced fluorescence imaging of cells and tissues [PDF]
C. Breukers & A. Ymeti & X. Li & L.W.W.M. Terstappen & J. Greve (University of Twente) Affordable HIV monitoring using automated fluorescence microscope [PDF]
S. Brinkers & H.R.C. Dietrich & B. Rieger & I.T. Young (Delft University of Technology) Detection of DNA hybridization events using the diffusion constant in TPM experiments [PDF]
E.R. Ronzitti & V.C. Caorsi & C.U. Usai & A.D. Diaspro (University of Genoa) A nanostructured polyelectrolyte sensing system based on quenching analysis for micromolar metal ions detection [PDF]
9:00-10:20
FR-MO1-PAR-E Optical theory and image formation VII (Auditorium 5)
C.J. Zapata-Rodríguez & M.T. Caballero (Departamento de Optica. Universidad de Valencia) High spatiotemporal resolution in multifocal microscopy under few-cycle laser pulse illumination [PDF]
A. Sentenac & P. Chaumet & K. Belkebir (CNRS, Institut Fresnel) Grating-assisted optical diffraction tomography with near-field resolution [PDF]
J Canet-Ferrer & J. Marqués & J. Martinez-Pastor & F. Ramiro-Manzano & I. Rodriguez & F. Messeguer & H.-J. Shöpe & T. Palberg (University of Valencia) Transmission vs. reflection near-field optical microscope imaging of 3D-photonic crystals [PDF]
C. Oriach-Font & F. Laguarta & C. Cadevall & R. Artigas & A. Pintó (Centre for Sensors, Instruments and Systems Developement (CD6) Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)) Deep 3D optical metrology [PDF]
10:20-10:50 Coffee/Tea Break
10:50-12:30 Parallel sessions
10:50-12:30
FR-MO2-PAR-A Tissue imaging, linear, SHG, THG II (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
C.-K. Sun & S.-Y. Chen & W.-J. Lee (Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering and Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University) 3D optical imaging of an intac tympanic membrane by using harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
C. Thrasivoulou & G. Virich & T. Krenacs & I. Korom & R. Ragoowansi & G. Moir & D.L. Becker (University College Lonodn) Diagnostic assessment of human skin cancers using second harmonic imaging [PDF]
E. Ralston & W.D. Swaim & P. Plotz & N. Raben (NIAMS, NIH) Second harmonic generation imaging (SHG) detects autophagic lesions in muscle fibers from the pompe disease mouse model and from human subjects [PDF]
V. Nucciotti & C. Stringari & L. Sacconi & F. Vanzi & G. Piazzesi & M. Linari & V. Lombardi & F.S. Pavone (European Laboratory for non linear Spectroscopy, Università di Firenze) Functional imaging of skeletal muscle fiber in different physiological states by second harmonic generation [PDF]
C.-S. Hsieh & C.-K. Sun & S.-U. Chen & Y.-S. Yang (National Taiwan University) Noninvasive long term observation and evaluation of mammal oocytes and embryos with a 3D subcellular spatial resolution [PDF]
10:50-12:30
FR-MO2-PAR-B Advanced fluorescence imaging modes, FLIM, FRAP, FRET etc, II (Auditorium 2)
F. Cella & D. Mazza & S. Krol & A. Diaspro (LAMBS, MicroSCoBio, DIFI University of Genoa) Role of 3D bleach distribution in FRAP (fluorescence recovery after photobleaching) experiments in confocal and two-photon excitation schemes [PDF]
C. Gueudry & C. Favard & V. Fraisier & V. Racine & J. Salamero & J.B. Sibarita (Institut Curie) Fast 4D-FRAP imaging for analysing diffusion and membrane exchanges in living cells [PDF]
S. Seiffert & W. Oppermann (Institute of Physical Chemistry, Clausthal University of Technology) Systematic evaluation of FRAP-experiments as a function of time and space performed on a confocal laser scanning microscope [PDF]
C. Spriet & S. Laffray & D. Trinel & D. Deslee & B. Vandenbunder & J. Barbillat & L. Heliot (Interdisciplinary Research Institut) Correlated fluorescence lifetime and spectral measurements to determine protein-protein interactions in cells [PDF]
I. Testa & M. Faretta & D. Parazzoli & S. Barozzi & D. Mazza & A. Diaspro (Department of Physics-University of Genoa) paGFP 3D Localized photo-activation and tracking in living cells [PDF]
10:50-12:30
FR-MO2-PAR-C Microscopy (live) imaging techniques (Auditorium 3)
P. Lipp & K. Bell & J. Sheblee & L. Kaestner (Saarland University; Molecular Cell Biology) Confocal kilobeam scanner with variable pinholes for live cell imaging [PDF]
R.A. Hoebe & C.H. van Oven & W. de Vos & P. van Oostveldt & T.W.J. Gadella & C.J.F. van Noorden & E.M.M. Manders (University of Amsterdam) Controlled light exposure microscopy (CLEM) for prolonged live-cell imaging [PDF]
M.C. Lang & J. Engelhardt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), E190) Ultra high aperture angle objectives and new embedding medium boost 4Pi microscopy applications [PDF]
F. Raffone & L. Sabetta & S. Caserta & V. Sibillo & M. Simeone & S. Guido (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Napoli Federico II) Time-lapse imaging and 3D cell tracking by computer-controlled video microscopy. applications to chemotaxis [PDF]
H. Spiecker & V. Andresen (LaVision BioTec GmbH) High resolution fluorescence microscopy combining multi-beam two-photon structured excitation and CCD-detection [PDF]
10:50-12:30
FR-MO2-PAR-D Instrumentation, Raman, FRET, AFM, Fluor. tomography (Auditorium 4)
R.E. Connally & J.A. Piper (Macquarie University) All solid-state time-gated luminescence microscopy for automated pathogen detection [PDF]
J. Mertz & C. Ventalon & R. Heintzmann (Boston University) Fluorescence sectioning with dynamic speckle illumination microscopy [PDF]
C. Naudin & L. Camenen & S. Morel & G. Le Bourdon (HORIBA Jobin Yvon) Advances in Raman microscopy: pushing the limits of chemical imaging [PDF]
A.J. Garcia-Saez & S. Chiantia & P. Schwille (BIOTEC, TU Dresden) Effect of line tension on the dynamic organization of phase separated membranes. Analysis by coupled confocal microscopy and AFM [PDF]
A. Darrell & K. Marias & M. Brady & J. Ripoll (University of Oxford and Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas) Theoretical advances towards quantitative fluorescence optical tomography [PDF]
10:50-12:30
FR-MO2-PAR-E Micoscopy as a tool: teeth, cartilage, steel, brains (Auditorium 5)
J.P. Wu & T.B. Kirk & P. Delaney (The University of Wetern Australia) Investigating clinically viable staining techniques for in vivo study of microstructure of articular cartilage using confocal microscopy [PDF]
L. Skálová & H. Stanková & B. Masek (FORTECH, University of West Bohemia) Advantages of laser scanning confocal microscopy in microstructure analysis of trip steel [PDF]
H.U. Dodt & C. Auer & N. Jährling & M. Eder & C. Mauch & W. Zieglgänsberger & U. Leischner & K. Becker (Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry) Ultramicroscopy: A tool for imaging large preparations such as whole mouse brains [PDF]
S.-Y. Chen & C.-Y. Hsu & C.-K. Sun (Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering and Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University) Using harmonic generation microscopy as a noninvasive diagnostic tool for tooth enamel [PDF]
12:15 Airport shuttle bus. Every 45 minutes. For times etc. see registration desk
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-14:15 Plenary lecture and closing
 
FR-AF-PLEN (Aula Magna, Auditorium 1)
K. Koenig (Fraunhofer Institute of Biomedical Technology) Femtosecondlaser nanoprocessing Optical knockout of tumor cells and stem cell manipulation [PDF] [invited]
14:15-15:00 Farewell drinks

Wednesday, April 11 15:50-17:00
 

  Biology
 
Posters-A
E. García-Fruitós & A. Arís & A. Villaverde (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) Distribution of active green fluorescent protein in bacterial inclusion bodies [PDF]
S. Navarro & M. Torrent & E. Boix & M.V. Nogués (Universitat Autònoma Barcelona) Real-time imaging of green fluorescent Eosinophil Cationic Protein (ECP/RNase 3) distribution in living cells [PDF]
B. Balkan & S. Yýlmazer & G. Kaner (Istanbul University) p53 oncoprotein in colorectal tumors and DNA aneuploidy [PDF]
T. Rharass & J.-M. Salmon & J. Vigo & A.-C. Ribou (Université de Perpignan Via Domitia) Fluorescence lifetime of 1-pyrenebutyric acid detects Ros variation after treatment with anticancer drug Adriamycin [PDF]
O. Chernyavskiy & L. Vannucci & P. Bianchini & F. Difato & L. Kubinova (Dept. of Biomathematics, Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic) Melanoma studies by means of confocal microscopy and second harmonic generation [PDF]
T. Naicker & E. Dorsamy & J. Moodley (University of KwaZulu Natal) Apoptosis versus proliferation - Trophoblast cell invasion of placental bed in normotensive and hypertensive pregnancies [PDF]
B. USLU & S. Arbak & A. Bilir & J. Akbuga & S. Ozbas-Turan (Marmara university faculty of medicine) Comparison of proliferative effects of different chitosan forms on fibroblastic cell activity in vitro [PDF]
R.T.A. Megens & M.G.A. oude Egbrink & M. Merkx & C.V.C. Bouten & D.W. Slaaf & W. Engels & M.A.M.J. van Zandvoort (Maastricht University) Visualization of atherosclerotic lesions in carotid arteries of mice using two-photon laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
S. Suren Castillo (Istanbul University) Reduced levels of adrenal steroidogenic acute regulatory protein (StAR)do not limit steroidogenesis in aldosterone producing cells [PDF]
E. Werkmeister & N. De Isla & H. Kerdjoudj & J.F. Stoltz & D. Dumas (Nancy Universite) Interest of SHG imaging for diagnosis in thick and opaque tissue [PDF]
Y.-P. Yang & J.-K. Chen & C.-Y. Ou (National Ilan University) Transport phenomena of collagen investigated by laser-induced epifluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M. Snippe & S. Webb & M. Martin-Fernandez & M. Parsons & G. Santis (King's College London) Studying adenovirus attachment and internalisation using total internal reflection microscopy (TIRF) [PDF]
P. Veranic & B. Daris & D. Zupancic & U. Batista & K. Jezernik (University of Ljubljana) Redistribution of cytosolic FGFR1 as a consequence of induced migration in urothelial cells in culture [PDF]
M.F. Langhorst & F.M. Wippich & E.M. Damm & L. Pelkmans & C.A.O. Stuermer (University of Konstanz) Unconventional endocytosis pathways studied by tirf and fast 3d epifluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M. Levi & R. Tomashov-Matar & R. Shalgi (Tel Aviv University) Src family kinases are involved in the stabilization and organization of microtubules in mammalian EGGS [PDF]
K. Sakata-Sogawa & K. Shinkura & H. Kimura & M. Tokunaga (RIKEN RCAI) Multi-color molecular imaging of transcription factors in T cell activation [PDF]
Z. Burdíková (Institute of Physiology) Analysis of testate amoeba by different microscopic techniques [PDF]
M. Torrent & S. Navarro & M.V. Nogués & E. Boix (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) Study of the protein - membrane interaction assessed by confocal microscopy. The eosinophil cationic protein (ECP) interaction model. [PDF]
D. Trinel & Y. Usson & C. Spriet & L. Héliot (Interdisciplinary Reasearch Institut) Dynamic molecular interactions study in living cells, N-dimensional fluorescence measurements and analysis. [PDF]
S. Rodighiero & C. Bazzini & M. Ritter & B. Guido & G. Meyer & M. Paulmichl (CIMAINA, University of Milan) Photobleaching of YFP produces a super CFP if nail-polish is used for sealing the specimens [PDF]
D. Massotte & G. Scherrer & B.L. Kieffer (IGBMC, UMR 7104 CNRS/INSERM/ULP) monitoring G protein-coupled receptors dynamics in vivo using knock-in mice expressing fluorescent delta opioid receptors [PDF]
S. Morales & C. Suárez & J.C. Jiménez-López & M.I. Rodríguez-garcía & J.D. Alché (Estación experimental del Zaidín. C.S.I.C. Granada) Application of CLSM and 3-D reconstruction techniques to the localization of allergenic proteins in olive (Olea europaea L.) pollen [PDF]
M.A. de Pedro (CBM "Severo Ochoa" CSIC-UAM) Mapping active growth sites in the cell wall of Escherichia Coli by affinity labeling and confocal microscopy [PDF]
A.A. Paiziev & V.A. Krakhmalev (Institute of Electronics) In vivo observation the super weak luminescence of single living cotton cell [PDF]
H.W. Wang & V. Gukassyan & C.T. Chen & Y.H. Wei & F.J. Kao (National Yang Ming University) The dynamic changes of NADH fluorescence lifetime differentiate apoptosis from necrocis in live cells [PDF]
T. Zavasnik-Bergant & M. Bergant & M. Jeras & G. Griffiths (Jozef Stefan Institute, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular and Structural Biology) Protease inhibitor Cystatin C is differentiation dependent in human dendritic cells [PDF]
B.M. Atasoy & M. Deniz & F. Dane & P. Turan & F. Ercan & Z. Ozen & Z. Akgun & U. Abacioglu (Marmara University School of Medicine) The protective effect of immunonutrition on intestinal mucosa in concurrent irradiation and fluoroprymidine administration: Experimental study in rats [PDF]
M. Tuncdemir & M. Ozturk (Istanbul University) The effects of irbesartan and perindopril on clusterin expression and apoptosis in STZ diabetic rats [PDF]
G. Erkanli & F. Ercan & C. Umay & R. Kemerdere & O. Uzel & S. Turkan (Marmara University School of Medicine) Observation of testicular changes in utero irradiation and hypertemia induced rats [PDF]
A. Yalin & O. Cakmak & B. Uslu & S. Arbak & U. Sehirli (Marmara university faculty of medicine dept of histology and embryology) Microscopic evaluation of early atherosclerotic development in new born [PDF]
E.L. Read & S A. Walker & M. Manifava & N.T. Ktistakis (The Babraham Institute) Live cell imaging reveals PI(3)P-enriched ER subdomains with a role in autophagosome biogenesis [PDF]
T. Bagar & K. Altenbach & N.D. Read & M. Bencina (National Institute of Chemistry) A novel recombinant pH probe for in vivo pH measurements in Aspergillus niger [PDF]
S. Sánchez-Cortés & G. Morcillo & J.V. García-Ramos & C. Domingo (Instituto de Estructura de la materia, CSIC) Confocal micro-Raman and micro-SERS study of chromosomes [PDF]
I. Domínguez-González & S.N. Vázquez-Cuesta & A. Algaba & F.J. Díez-Guerra (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid) Neurogranin binds to phosphatidic acid and associates to cellular membranes [PDF]
E. Delhaize & B.D. Gruber & R.G. White & D.M. Hebb & H. Leung & P.R. Ryan & A.E. Richardson (CSIRO Plant Industry) Locating manganese transporters in plant cells [PDF]
A.M. Krikken & S. Fekken & I.J. van der Klei & M. Veenhuis (University of Groningen) Hansenula polymorpha Pex11p is important for peroxisome proliferation and inheritance [PDF]
J. Laishram & D. Avossa & R. Shahapure & F. Difato & V. Torre (Sissa-ISAS, Trieste, Italy) Live cell imaging analysis of actin filaments and microtubules dynamics in neuronal growth cones [PDF]
R. Shahapure & F. Difato & E. Ferrari & J. Laishram & D. Cojoc & V. Torre (Scuola Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA)) Measurement of the force exerted by neurites during neuronal differentiation [PDF]
M.F. Garcia-Parajo & M. Koopman & G.J. Bakker & A. Cambi & B. Joosten & C.G. Figdor (IBEC-Institut de Bioenginyeria de Catalunya) Nano-domain organization of plasma membrane proteins and their association to lipid rafts studied with near-field scanning optical microscopy [PDF]
J.A. Rodríguez-Alfaro & P. Aivar Mateo & J.C. Gómez-Posada & A. Alaimo & A. Etxeberría & P. Villacé & A. Villarroel (Unidad de Biofísica) Calmodulin regulates traffiking of KCNQ2/3 M-channels to the plasma membrane [PDF]
A. Woehler & J. Wlodarczyk & A. Zeug & E. Neher & E. Ponimaskin (CMPB, University Goettingen) FRET investigations of 5-HT1A receptor oligomerization [PDF]
G.B. Belostotskaya & T.A. Golovanova & N.A. Vasilieva (Sechenov institute of evolutionary physiology and biochemistry, Russian Acad. Sci.) Cell proliferation, differentiation and contractile colony formation within neonatal rat heart cell culture [PDF]
  Fluorescence
 
Posters-B
K. Hoffmann & U. Resch-Genger & R. Mix & J. Friedrich & R. Nitschke (Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing) Fluorescence microscopic and spectroscopic studies on functionalized polymer-supports labeled with amino-sensitive fluorophores [PDF]
B. Domingo & R. Sabariegos & J. Llopis (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha) Imaging FRET: effect of protein concentration and comparison of intensity and lifetime methods. [PDF]
R. Favilla & E. Ghiraldelli & I. Ramazzina (Dept. Biochemistrry & Molecular Biology, University of Parma) DNA translocation studied by spFRET [PDF]
A. Muñoz-Barrutia & J. García-Muñoz & B. Ucar & I. Fernández-García & C. Ortiz-de-Solórzano (Centre for Applied Medical Research (CIMA), University of Navarra) Blind spectral unmxing of 3D M-FISH images [PDF]
N. Sandeau & H. Rigneault & H. Giovannini (Institut Fresnel - UMR 6133 CNRS) Increasing the lateral resolution in confocal fluorescence and bio-luminescence microscopes [PDF]
J. Ritter & W. Wendler & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn) Single molecule microscopy using focal plane illumination [PDF]
A. Deniset-Besseau & S. Lévêque-Fort & M.P. Fontaine-Aupart & M. Hoebecke & P. Georges & G. Roger (LPPM University of Paris-Sud) 4D-imaging of a photosensitizer in living cells by multiphoton multifocal fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
I. Song & S. Lee & T. Kim & D. Gweon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Design of multi-channel spectral detector for confocal scanning microscopy [PDF]
J. Orozco & G. Suárez & C. Fernández-Sánchez & C. McNeil & C. Jiménez & M. Roldán (Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona. CNM-IMB) Quality control of ultramicroelectrode arrays using fluorescence microscopy imaging [PDF]
V. Sigot & T.M. Jovin (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Quantum dots labeled liposomes: stable fluorescent nanoparticles with multivalent binding sites for targeted delivery [PDF]
  CARS
 
Posters-C
D. Gachet & N. Sandeau & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, CNRS 6133, Paul Cézanne University) Influence of the Raman depolarization ratio on far-field radiation patterns in coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy [PDF]
M. Müller & H.A. Rinia & R.S. Pillai & G.J. Brakenhoff & E.M. Vartiainen & M. Bonn & J.A. Squier (University of Amsterdam) Non-linear optical microscopy [PDF]
N. Djaker & D. Gachet & N. Sandeau & P.-F. Lenne & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, CNRS 6133, Paul Cézanne University) Refractive effects in coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy [PDF]
N. Sandeau & D. Gachet & P.-F. Lenne & H. Giovannini & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, CNRS 6133, Paul Cézanne University) Far-field radiation patterns in coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy [PDF]
C. Heinrich & A. Hofer & S. Bernet & M. Ritsch-Marte (Innsbruck Medical University) Quantitative characterization of wide-field CARS microscopy [PDF]
C. Brackmann & M. Åkeson & J. Hagmar & A. Enejder (Chalmers University of Technology) CARS microscopy at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden [PDF]
A. Kovalev & P. Nandakumar & A. Muschielok & S. Busch & A. Volkmer (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart) Vibrational microspectroscopy of biological systems based on CARS microscopy [PDF]
J.P. Ogilvie & A. Alexandrou & E. Beaurepaire & M. Joffre (Ecole Polytechnique) Fourier-transform CARS microscopy [PDF]
O. Burkacky & C. Brackmann & A. Ennejder & A. Zumbusch (University of Konstanz) Improving sensitivity in CARS microscopy [PDF]
  Optical manipulation and techniques
 
Posters-D
K. Braeckmans & K. Buyens & D. Vercauteren & J. Demeester & N. Sanders & S. De Smedt (Ghent University) Evaluation of single particle tracking for studying the aggregation of nanoscopic drug carriers in blood serum [PDF]
D.R. Burnham & D. McGloin & G.D. Wright & N.D. Read (University of St. Andrews) Holographic optical manipulation of hyphal growth in filamentous fungi [PDF]
I. García-Arcos & Y. Rueda & B. Ochoa & L. Palacios & O. Fresnedo (University of the Basque Country) Immunofluorescent confocal analysis reveals targeting of SND p102 to lipid droplets [PDF]
B. Heise & L. Muresan & H. Wolinski & S. Kohlwein (Department of Knowledge based Mathematical Systems, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria) 3D Analysis of lipid droplets in DIC images and fluorescence image stacks [PDF]
A. Uchugonova & I. Riemann & F. Stracke & R. LeHarzic & K. Koenig (Fraunhofer Institute of Biomedical Technology (IBMT), Germany and JenLab GmbH, Jena) Optical knocking out of single cells in tumor spheroids and stem cell clusters using nanojoule femtosecond laser pulses [PDF]
T. Kim & H. Yoo & I. Song & D. Gweon (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)) Simultaneous acquisition of confocal fluorescence and raman image from a fluorescence-stained cell [PDF]
G. Herrera & L. Diaz & A. Gomes & M. Parra & S. Pinto & R.C. Callaghan & J.E. O'Connor (Centro de Investigacion Principe Felipe) Miniaturized cytomic assays of oxidized DNA-base 8-oxoguanine by fluorescence bioimaging and flow cytometry [PDF]
A.R.R. Carvalho & M. Roldan & T. Peña (Servei de Microscopia. Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) Localization of corneal leukocytes by confocal microscopy [PDF]
M. Roldan & M. Hernández-Mariné (Servei de Microscopia. Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) Characterisation of photosynthetic biofilms via 3-D imaging and subcellular identification of pigments [PDF]
E. Fernandez & E. Ibañez & L. Barrios & J.A. Plaza & J. Esteve & M. Duch & R. Gomez & C. Nogues (Universitat Autonoma Barcelona) Macrophages capability to phagocyte silicon microparticles analysed by confocal laser scanning microscope [PDF]
V.V. Pully & A. Lenferink & A.A. Van Apeldoorn & C.A. Van Blitterswijk & V. Subramaniam & C. Otto (University of Twente) Confocal raman microspectroscopic imaging of tissues in a PDMS microbioreactor [PDF]
A. Jauss & U. Schmidt & O. Hollricher & T. Dieing & M. Kress & F. Vargas (WITec GmbH) Confocal raman microscopy imaging in pharmaceutical research [PDF]
S.-C. Lee & J.-H. Cho & C. Lee & K.S. Hong & C. Cheong (Korea Basic Science Institute) In vivo subcellular MR spectroscopy and MR imaging of Xenopus laevis ooctye and embryo [PDF]
P. Lanigan & S. Sowinski & S. Oddos & C. Dunsby & P. French & D. Davis & M. Neil (Imperial College London) Optical tweezers for the observation of membrane nanotubes [PDF]
B. Rappaz & A. Barbul & F. Charrière & J. Kühn & R. Korenstein & C. Depeursinge & P. Magistretti & P. Marquet (EPFL) Erythrocytes analysis with a digital holographic microscope [PDF]
P. Fischer & A. McWilliam & L. Paterson & C.T.A. Brown & W. Sibbet & K. Dholakia & M.P. MacDonald (University of St Andrews) Two-photon ablation using 1278 nm laser radiation [PDF]
J. Wlodarczyk & A. Woehler & F. Kobe & E. Ponimaskin & A. Zeug & E. Neher (CMPB, MPI BPC Goettingen) Spectral analysis of FRET using two wavelengths excitation - I: Theory [PDF]
A. Zeug & A. Woehler & J. Wlodarczyk & E. Neher (CMPB, MPI BPC Goettingen) Spectral analysis of FRET using two wavelengths excitation - II: Application [PDF]
  Material/Food Sciences
 
Posters-E
G. van Dalen & P.C.M. Heussen & R. den Adel (Unilever R&D Vlaardingen) ATR-FTIR spectroscopic imaging of multilayer plastic packaging materials [PDF]
G. van Dalen & P. Nootenboom & P.C.M. Heussen & J.C.G. Blonk (Unilever R&D Vlaardingen) Correlative microscopy using XRT, SEM-EDX and FTIR [PDF]
E. Sarna & A. Wlochowicz (University of Bielsko-Biala) The influence of the spinning on the surface damage of cotton fibre [PDF]
J.E.N. Jonkman & H.H. Pham & I. Gourevich & E. Kumacheva (University Health Network) Automated recording of full-colour microscopic images in a polymer nanostructured material [PDF]
Z. Tolde & V. Starý & M. Doudìrová (Czech Technical University) The study of the surface properties of C/C composites [PDF]
G. Stanciu & B. Savu & S. Stanciu & D. Bojin & J. Bauer & A. Ulatowska-Jarza & I. Holowacz & H. Podbielska (University Politehnica of Bucharest) Examination of sol-gel coatings by means of laser scanning microscopy and electron microscopy [PDF]
  Optical theory and image formation, light sources
 
Posters-F
A. Perez-Escudero & T. Blanco-Mezquita & J. Requejo-Isidro & S. Marcos (Instituto de Optica, CSIC) Application of structured illumination to corneal imaging [PDF]
E. Esposito & G. McConnell & F.-J. Kao (Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde) Optical beam induced current generation and imaging with a white-light supercontinuum laser source [PDF]
E. Esposito & J. Harris & D. Burns & G. McConnell (Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde) Measurement of white-light supercontinuum beam characteristics using confocal microscopy methods [PDF]
M.P. Cagigal & V.F. Canales & P. Valle (Universidad de Cantabria) A Bessel function basis for the control of PSF sidelobes [PDF]
C.J. Zapata-Rodríguez & P. Andrés & G. Mínguez-Vega & J. Lancis (Departamento de Optica. Universidad de Valencia) Toward a wavelength-independent point spread function [PDF]
C.A. Macias-Romero & P.R.T. Munro & P. Török (Imperial College) Comparison and optimisation of two kinds of polarimeters [PDF]
J. Ferre-Borrull & S. Bosch & M. Martínez-Corral (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) Volume side-lobe-to-peak ratio of amplitude-only and phase-only binary apodization filters in fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M.R. Foreman & S.S. Sherif & P. Török (Imperial College London) Determination of the random orientation of an electric dipole for single molecule detection [PDF]
G.N. Vishnyakov & G.G. Levin & V.L. Minaev (Russian Research Institute for Optical& Physical Measurements) Tomographic microscope with wide-angle illumination [PDF]
M.P. Macedo & A.J. Barata & A.G. Fernandes & C.M. Correia (Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Coimbra) A new method for the determination of experimental point spread function of a white-light wide-field microscope using a linear sensor [PDF]
N. Schiefermeier & C.E. Bandtlow & L.A. Huber & S.L.V. Munck (VIB, the Flanders Institute for Biotechnology) Oblique reflection microscopy - ORM [PDF]
C. Seebacher & J. Walter & R. Uhl (LMU Muenchen, Bio Imaging Zentrum) Spectral confocal microscopy gains sensitivity AND stability [PDF]
  various
 
Posters-G
J.-H. Cho & S. Ahn & C. Lee & C. Cheong & K.S. Hong (Korea Basic Science Institute) Magnetic resonance microscopic imaging based on high-order intermolecular multiple quantum coherences [PDF]
 

MicroCARS: Chemical Imaging by means of

CARS Microscopy


Tutorials / Short courses

 

As part of the kick-off meeting for the COST action MicroCARS: Chemical Imaging by means of CARS microscopy - jointly organised with the Focus on Microscopy 2007 conference, tutorials (short courses) will be held on tuesday 10 April, 15.00-18.00. These tutorials provide a thorough introduction to nonlinear optics in general and CARS microscopy in particular. The tutorials will be given by experts in the field of nonlinear optics and CARS microscopy. The main goal of the tutorials is to provide PhD-students and post-docs, starting in the field of nonlinear optical microscopy, with the basic background required to understand CARS microscopy at a more fundamental level.

Admission
All FOM2007 participants are welcome to attend the CARS microscopy tutorials. Attendance is free and special registration is not required. Just proceed to the lecture theatre specified in the conference program.

Program
 

Introduction to nonlinear optical microscopy (tue. 10 April, 15.00-15.45)
by Hervé Rigneault, Institut Fresnel - Mosaic group, Domaine Université St Jerome, France.
 

Topics included: principles of non-linear optics, phasematching, the concept of the non-linear susceptibility, overview of different nonlinear optical process, CARS signal generation, the resonant and non-resonant susceptibility, optical sectioning in nonlinear optical microscopy.

CARS microscopy: fundamentals and applications (tue. 10 April, 16.00-16.45)
by Andreas Volkmer, Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart, Germany.
 

Topics included: CARS under tight focusing conditions, CARS instrumentation, excitation schemes (narrow vs. broadband pulses), representative examples from imaging apllications, principles of CARS microspectroscopy in the time and frequency domain.

Multiplex CARS microscopy (tue. 10 April, 17.00-17.45)
by Michiel Müller, Biophysics and Microscopy Group, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 

Topics included: multiplex CARS signal generation, the CARS and Raman lineshape, from the multiplex CARS spectrum to the CARS microscopy image, retrieving the vibrational spectral information, multiplex CARS applications.

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