This workshop will be held at the University of Leeds on Friday 4 July, all day.
Organised by Professor Michelle Peckham and Dr Susan Cox.
Sponsored by MRC Next Generation Imaging
The workshop is designed to talk about the current challenges in developing and using super-resolution microscopy, including the potential for and feasibility of ‘home-built’ set-ups, and the types of analyses used to process and scrutinise the data. We hope that discussions at the workshop will help us define what is good/best practice around these challenging techniques, and that there will be insight into future potential developments.
Provisional list of speakers and topics.
Discussions around: Home built ‘super-resolution’ and other specialist light microscopes
Hari Shroff (NIH): iSIM, SPIM, PALM/STORM
Martin Booth (Oxford): adaptive optics
David Towers (Warwick): multiplanar imaging
Ashley Cadby (Sheffield): AFM/STORM
Steven Coleman (Visitech International): 'Measurements standards for super-resolution and pitfalls'
Analysis of Super-resolution Images:
Susan Cox (KCL): Baysian Analysis approaches
Alex Knight (NPL): RainStorm
Ian Dobbie (Oxford): SIM
Ricardo Henriques (LMCB): PALM/STORM
Berd Rieger (Delft): Super-resolution – the problem of image resolution
Helge Ewers (KCL): TBC
For further information on the content of the workshop, please contact Professor Michelle Peckham.
To register for this workshop, click here (opens in a new window).
Registration Fees: Standard rate £50. Fee includes lunches and refreshments.
For further information on registering and attending the workshop, please contact Victoria Masters.