LSFM2019

Dec 4-6, 2019 : The Light Sheet Microscopy Conference : Frankfurt am Main

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New Generation
Light Sheet Microscopes
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New applications and models
Dec 4-6, 2019
 

Campus Riedberg

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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Discuss with top experts how Light Sheet Microscopy meets the future challenges in Biology.

 

Light sheet microscopy allows observing the development of live three-dimensional organoids and organisms over a long time up to several days. This massive amount of multi-dimensional microscopy data poses significant challenges in both data management and modelling. Tackling these challenges is fundamental to advance scientific discovery in biological and biomedical research. LSFM2019 fosters the exchange between top researchers working to  the development of new light sheet microscopes, new three-dimensional cellular systems and model organisms, as well as in artificial intelligence and mathematical modelling. We aim to bridge the gap among different disciplines, paving the way to disruptive approaches.  

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Francesco Pampaloni

Goethe Universität Frankfurt

(Germany)

Ernst H.K. Stelzer

Goethe Universität Frankfurt

(Germany)

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The SPEAKERS of LSFM2019

The invited speakers represent the most relevant developments in Light Sheet Microscopy: imaging of live organoids, screening of tumor spheroids, histopathology on whole biopsies, developmental biology of mouse, plants, and insects. Our speakers will also illustrate the newest technical developments, including light sheet shaping and innovative LSFM geometries. 

 

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Open Lightsheet Tools session

Be inspired by the open resources community for light sheet microscopy and beyond.

Talks, demonstrations, discussions contributed by Julien Colombelli, Benedict Diederich, Emmanuel Reynaud, Pavel Tomancak.

Session Moderator: Emmanuel Reynaud
University College Dublin, Ireland
 

The SPONSORS of LSFM2019

 

CONTACT US

For other questions and comments email team@lsfm2019.eu

 

Acknowledgement:

This LSFM4LIFE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 668350.

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