Theory, Instrumentation, 4D-Imaging of living cells, Multi-photon excitation, Recovery after photobleaching (FRAP, FLIP), Fluorescence energy transfer (FRET), Non-linear optics (CARS, SHG, THG), Time-resolved imaging (FLIM), Green fluorescent protein (GFP), 4D- and 3D-Image processing, reconstruction and analysis, Virtual Reality (VR), X-Ray microscopy, Near field microscopy, Industrial applications in lithography and data storage, and many other techniques and applications.
Preparation of Abstracts:
A limited number of contributed papers covering original unpublished work will be accepted for presentation. This abstract, of up to one page, must be a camera-ready form for direct reproduction. The abstract must be typed on A4 (297mm x 210mm) white bond paper with 25mm margins on all sides. Micrographs and other illustrations (monochrome only) are welcomed but must within a page.
The text may be typed in 12-point, Times, single spaced only. The title of the talk and authors' names, affiliations, complete return addresses or e-mail address must appear on the top of the pages typed in 12-point Bold and centered. Cite references at the end of the abstract. For details, please refer to Authors manual (in PDF).
Submission of Abstracts:
The Abstract may be submitted electronically in PostScript format or PDF (portable document format, see Adobe) via E-mail to info@FocusOnMicroscopy.org with a copy (CC:) to E.Manders@chem.uva.nl. The deadline for submission of abstracts is February 1, 2001.