Abstracts of the presentations are now online available (in the program indicated with [PDF]). See Abstracts Directory.

Program as of Fri Mar 18 05:29:02 PM CET 2005

Sunday, March 20

14:00-20:00Registration (Volkshaus, Carl Zeiss Platz)
15:00-16:50Abbe symposium, concert, plenary, sponsored by Zeiss
 
SU-EV-PLEN (Volkshaus, Carl Zeiss Platz)
U. Simon (Carl Zeiss Jena GmbH) Abbe and Jena [PDF] [invited]
G.J. Brakenhoff (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands) Early confocal/sectioning microscopy, first time past Abbe? [PDF] [invited]
C.J.R. Sheppard (Division of Bioengineering, National University of Singapore) Ernst Abbe and the origins of fourier optics [PDF] [invited]
T. Wilson (University of Oxford, UK) How Abbe would have done it. [PDF] [invited]
16:50-17:20Break
17:20-19:00Abbe symposium, concert, plenary (continued)
 
SU-EV2-PLEN (Volkshaus, Carl Zeiss Platz)
E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL, Heidelberg) Deriving Abbe's certainty from Heisenberg's uncertainties [PDF] [invited]
S.W. Hell (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany) Far beyond Abbe's barrier [PDF] [invited]
W. Denk (Max-Planck Institute for Medical Research Heidelberg, Germany) Serial block-face scanning electron microscopy to reconstruct three-dimensional tissue nanostructure [PDF] [invited]
R.Y. Tsien (University of California, San Diego, USA) Building and breeding molecules to spy on cells [PDF] [invited]
A. Miyawaki (Riken, Wako-city, Japan) Fluorescent proteins in live cell imaging [PDF] [invited]
19:00-21:00Drinks and bites

Monday, March 21

08:30-10:15Plenary session
 
MO-MO-PLEN (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
T.W.J. Gadella (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands) Imaging signalling and cytoskeletal dynamics using GFP-based multimode fluorescence microscopy [PDF] [invited]
S.-C. Lee & D. Mietchen & J.-H. Cho & Y.-S. Kim & K.S. Hong & C. Lee & C. Cheong (Korea Basic Science Institute, South Korea) In vivo MR microscopy in xenopus laevis oocytes and embryos [PDF] [invited]
S. Kawata (Osaka University, Japan) Tip-enhanced near-field CARS microscopy [PDF] [invited]
10:15-10:50Coffee
10:50-12:30Parallel sessions
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-A Microscopy and analysis of living cells I (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
G. Ficz & R. Heintzmann & B. Rieger & D.J. Arndt-Jovin (Max Planck Inst. for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany) 3D-iFRAP: A technique to determine dissociation rates of proteins in repression complexes in living drosophila [PDF]
H. Schneckenburger & H. Baumann & K. Stock & M. Wagner & P. Weber & Th. Bruns & R. Sailer & W.S.L. Strauss (Hochschule Aalen, Germany) Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (TIRFM): advacned techniques for topology and membrane dynamics of living cells [PDF]
P. J. Keller & F. Pampaloni & K. Greger & E. H. K. Stelzer (EMBL Heidelberg, Germany) Cytoskeletal Filaments Dynamics Analyzed with the Selective Plane Illumination Microscope [PDF]
C. Fritsch & J.N. Post & B. Rieger & D.J. Arndt-Jovin (Max Planck Inst. for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany) Chromatin dynamics in the drosophila nucleus [PDF]
F. Waharte & F. Senic-Matuglia & C. Spriet & D. Trinel & D. Deslee & B. Goud & L. Héliot & J. Salamero (IBL (Lille), Institut Curie (Paris)) Effector-Rab Interactions In Living Cells By Two-Photon Time-Resolved Fluorescence Microscopy. [PDF]
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-B Old (?) and novel imaging techniques (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
M. Petran & M. Hadravsky (Pilsen, Czech Republic) Is there a niche and future for the Tandem Scanning Microscope (TSM)? [PDF] [invited]
D. Oron & E. Tal & Y. Silberberg (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) Scanningless depth-resolved microscopy [PDF]
G.R. Boyer & K. Plamann (Ecole Polytecnique-ENSTA Palaiseau, France) Axial super-resolution in confocal microscopy with the third-harmonic-detection mode [PDF]
N. Sandeau & H. Rigneault & P.-F. Lenne & H. Giovannini (Institut Fresnel - CNRS, FRANCE) Axial localisation of luminophores in a modified 4Pi-microscope with partial coherence interferometry [PDF]
R. Heintzmann & K.A. Lidke & T.M. Jovin (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany) Optically Sectioned Combined Excitation- and Emission-Spectral Imaging [PDF]
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-C Image processing and analysis (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
A. Kriete & E. Papazoglou & H. Pais & B. Edrissi (Drexel University) Quantification of Receptor Internalization via Q-dot labeling and Multi-Scale Image Segmentation [PDF]
J. Swoger & G. Wind & K. Greger & E. Stelzer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany) SPIMage processing for biological fluorescence imaging [PDF]
T.R. Neu & B. Zippel & C. Staudt (UFZ Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany) ConAn: a new software for 3-d multi-parameter analysis of microbial biofilm images collected by laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
C. Götze & H. Hofmeister & W. Zuschratter (arivis, Multiple Image Tools, Germany; Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Germany) Handling and Alignment of large, multi dimensional image data using arivis Browser Suite [PDF]
M. Gué & C. Messaoudi & J.S. Sun & T. Boudier (Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France.) Automatisation of FISH signals analysis in cells with preserved 3D nuclei [PDF]
10:50-12:30
MO-MO-PAR-D Optical theory and image formation I (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
T. Wilson & R. Juskaitis & E.J. Botcherby (Oxford University, UK) Extended depth of focus microscopy [PDF]
P.R.T. Munro & P. Török (Imperial College London, the United Kingdom) A high numerical aperture, vectorial theory of confocal, scanning differential interference contrast microscopy [PDF]
A.J. Wright & D. Burns & B.A. Patterson & S.P. Poland & G. Valentine & J.M. Girkin (Institute of Photonics, University of Strathclyde, UK) Active aberration correction in confocal and multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
R. Juskaitis & E.J. Botcherby & T. Wilson (University of Oxford) White light lasers for confocal microscopy [PDF]
P. Török & P.R.T. Munro & M. Salt & H.P. Herzig & E. Kriezis & B. Eastley (Imperial College London, UK) Terabyte optical data storage [PDF]
12:30-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:20Parallel sessions
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-A Microscopy and analysis of living cells II (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
D. Sakharov & E. Elstak & K. Wirtz (Department of Biochemistry of Lipids, Utrecht University, the Netherlands) Prolonged lipid oxidation in living cells after photodynamic treatment. Study with oxidation-sensitive probe C11-BODIPY 581/591 [PDF]
J. Davoust & A. Kissenpfennig & C. Laplace-Builhe & D. Stockholm & B. Malissen (CNRS France) In vivo inspection of EGFP Langerhans cells in the epidermis with 5D confocal microscopy [PDF]
M. Wagner & P. Weber & H. Schneckenburger (Hochschule Aalen, Institut für Angewandte Forschung, Germany) Time-resolved microscopic and spectroscopic measurements of membrane dynamics in living cells [PDF]
T. Mueller & S. Verrier & A. Schoenle & A. Egner & S.W. Hell (Department of NanoBiophotonics, Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany) 4Pi two-colour imaging of the golgi complex of live mammalian cells [PDF]
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-B Photo-activation, photo-scalpel (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
T.T. Tanabe & T.T. Takamatsu (Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan) Multiphoton excitation-evoked chromophore-assisted laser inactivation using green fluorescent protein [PDF]
R.A. Meldrum & S.W. Botchway & G.J. Hirst (University of Birmingham) Focused induction uv photoproducts in cell nuclear DNA by three-photon infra-red radiation [PDF]
D. Parazzoli & I. Testa & M. Schneider & S. Barozzi & A. Diaspro & M. Faretta (European Institute of Oncology, Milan, Italy) Controlling photo-activation in 3D: optical tools for spatial confinement. [PDF]
I. Riemann & T. Anhut & F. Stracke & D. Sauer & S. Martin & K. König (Fraunhofer institute of biomedical technique, St. Ingbert, Germany) Multiphoton induced nano- and micro-processing in cells and tissues [PDF]
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-C Molecular imaging (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
U.J. Spoeri & C. Wagner & D. Baddeley & H. Mathée & C. Cremer (University of Heidelberg, Germany) Nanometry of bio-molecular complexes using PSF reconstruction in SMI microscopy [PDF]
A. Rück & F. Dolp & C. Hülshoff & C. Hauser & C. Scalfi-Happ (ILM. Ulm, Germany) Molecular imaging in PDT using FLIM and SLIM [PDF]
R. Krieg & K.-J. Halbhuber (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany) Stilbene related dyes as novel versatile probes for fluorescence microscopical localization of peroxidase activity [PDF]
C. Wang & L. Liu & Q. Yu & G. Fu & G.Y. wang & Z.Z. Xu & F. Zhang & C. He (shanghai Institute of potics and fine mechanics, chinese academy of science) Visualizing single EGFR-YFP molecules on the surface of living cell [PDF]
14:00-15:20
MO-AF1-PAR-D Optical theory and image formation II (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
J. Engelhardt & M. Lang & J. Bewersdorf & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany) 4Pi type c non-confocal laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
O. Haeberlé & B. Simon (Laboratoire MIPS, Université de Haute-Alsace, Mulhouse Cédex, France) Improving the lateral resolution in fluorescence confocal microscopy using laterally interfering beams [PDF]
S.F. Pereira & A.S. van de Nes & J.J.M. Braat (Delft University of Technology) 4Pi microscopy with one objective [PDF]
H Giovannini & A Sentenac & K Belkebir & D Konan (Institut Fresnel CNRS, Marseille, France) Lensless optical microscope [PDF]
15:20-16:30Posters (see below) (Foyer 1st floor)
16:30-18:30Parallel sessions
16:30-18:30
MO-AF2-PAR-A New developments in confocal instrumentation (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
M. Hoppe & T. Szellas (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH) Recent Advances in 4Pi Microscopy [PDF]
C. Blackmore (PerkinElmer Life & Analytical Sciences, UK) Synch and spin: Extending the boundaries of speed and sensitivity with the PerkinElmer Ultraview [PDF] [invited]
A. Zimmermann (JENOPTIK Laser, Optik, Systeme GmbH) Digital cameras with RGB color mosaic mask and microscanning for imaging in brightfield and fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
R. Ankerhold & B. Zimmermann & R. Wolleschensky (Carl Zeiss) Ultrafast and sensitive confocal imaging in biomedical research with the LSM 5 LIVE [PDF]
16:30-18:30
MO-AF2-PAR-B CARS and lipid organization (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
P. Nandakumar & A. Kovalev & A. Volkmer (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart, Germany) CARS microspectroscopy of a stratum corneum model system [PDF]
N. Djaker & P.-F. Lenne & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel - CNRS, FRANCE) Refractive effects in Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) Microscopy [PDF]
H.A. Rinia & G.W.H. Wurpel & M. Müller (Biophysics and Microscopy Group, Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, University of Amsterdam, P.O. Box 94062, 1090 GB Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Visualization and characterization of domains in model membranes [PDF]
R.K.P. Benninger & B. Önfelt & M.A.A. Neil & D.M. Davis & P.M.W. French (Imperial College London) Imaging lipid organization with fluorescence-detected 2-photon linear dichroism [PDF]
16:30-18:30
MO-AF2-PAR-D Optical theory and image formation III (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
J. Keller & K. Willig & A. Schönle & S.W. Hell (MPI of Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, Germany) STED microscopy with optimised doughnut shaped beams [PDF]
J. Davoust & D. Stockholm & D. Demandolx (CNRS France) The colocalization question in confocal microscopy [PDF]
A. Rohrbach (European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)) Particle scattering and optical forces in highly focused beams [PDF]
P. Kolman & R. Chmelik & L. Lovicar & F. Suchomel (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic) Low-Coherence Interference Microscope in Transmission Mode [PDF]
H.-F. Chang & C. Chou & H.-F. Yau (National Yang Ming University, Taiwan) Polarized photon pair confocal microscope for a scattering medium [PDF]
17:00-21:00Museum Tour, drinks and bites (SCHOTT Villa, Optical Museum, Schillers Gartenhaus, Stadtmuseum Göhre)

Tuesday, March 22

08:30-10:15Plenary session
 
TU-MO-PLEN (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
K. König (Fraunhofer IBMT) Multiphoton systems for nanoprocessing and tomography of biological tissues [PDF] [invited]
E.H.K. Stelzer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany) Selective plane illumination microscopy provides isotropic resolution in three-dimensional images of embryos as well as cells [PDF] [invited]
R. Eils & N. Harder & K. Rohr & M. Held & C. Conrad & J. Ellenberg (DKFZ Heidelberg) Large-scale identification of subcellular phenotypes by image analysis of live cell arrays [PDF] [invited]
10:15-10:50Coffee
10:50-12:30Parallel sessions
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-A Non-linear and dynamic cell/tissue imaging (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
C.-K. Sun & S.-P. Tai & T.-H. Tsai & S.-Y. Chen & W.-J. Lee & Y.-H. Liao & D.-B. Shieh (National Taiwan University) Higher Harmonic Generation Biopsy [PDF]
J.V. Jester & N. Morishige & H.D. Cavanagh & K. Svoboda & W.M. Petroll (University of California at Irvine) Probing tissue structure by second harmonic generated signals [PDF]
J.A. Palero & G. Latouche & H.S. de Bruijn & H.J.C.M. Sterenborg & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands) Nonlinear microscopy and spectroscopy of tissue autofluorescence [PDF]
F. Michel & P. Legros & D. Choquet & E. Mottay & A. Courjaud (Université Bordeaux 2, France) Multiphoton excitation of multiple fluorophores with a single wavelength [PDF]
R.H. Cheng (University of California, USA) Dynamic functionality of membrane-protein network in virus infection [PDF]
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-B Fluorescence lifetime imaging I (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
B. Rieger & K.A. Lidke & D.S. Lidke & T.M. Jovin (Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany) Photon statistics in fluorescence anisotropy imaging [PDF]
M. Collini & L. D'Alfonso & G. Chirico & V. Lissandron & M. Zaccolo (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy) Lifetime decay in living cells of an optimized genetically encoded probe for fret efficieny [PDF]
G. Jung (Saarland University, Germany) Can we exploit the autofluorescent proteins for lifetime imaging? [PDF]
P.A.A. De Beule & C.B. Talbot & R.K.P. Benninger & J. Requejo-Isidro & D.S. Elson & C. Dunsby & L. Munro & A. Sandison (Imperial College London, UK) One and two photon hyperspectral fluorescence lifetime imaging [PDF]
G. McConnell & J.M. Girkin & S. Ameer-Beg (Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde) Fluorescence lifetime imaging with a white-light supercontinuum source [PDF]
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-C Laser surgery (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
L. Haag & R. Baeumner & L. Englert & M. Wollenhaupt & T. Baumert (Universitaet Kassel) Femtosecond laser-induced breakdown microscopy for biological applications [PDF]
B. Wang & I. Riemann & K.-J. Halbuber & H. Schubert & S. Kirste & K. König (University of Jena, Germany) Application of multiphoton autofluorescence imaging (MAI) and second harmonic generation (SHG) excited by near-infrared femtosecond nanojoule laser pulses in intrastromal surgery with rabbits [PDF]
J. Colombelli & E.G. Reynaud & J. Rietdorf & R. Pepperkok & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL, Germany) In vivo cytoskeleton dynamics revealed by pulsed UV laser nanosurgery [PDF]
W.S. Supatto & D.D. Débarre & B.M. Moulia & E.B. Brouzés & J.L.M. Martin & E.F. Farge & E.B. Beaurepaire (Institut Curie, Université de Paris, France) Femtosecond laser pulse-induced ablation combined with nonlinear microscopy to study embryo morphogenesis [PDF]
W. Watanabe & T. Shimada & S. Matsunaga & K. Fukui & K. Itoh (Osaka University) Femtossecond laser disruption of mitochondria in HeLa cells [PDF]
10:50-12:30
TU-MO-PAR-D Zeiss presentation (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
12:30-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:20Parallel sessions
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-A Cell studies with novel techniques (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
A.H.B. de Vries & B.E. Krenn & R. van Driel & V. Subramaniam & J.S. Kanger (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Dept. of Molecular Biology.) Micromechanical study of chromatin inside living cells using high force magnetic tweezers [PDF]
D. Débarre & W. Supatto & E. Farge & B. Moulia & M.-C. Schanne-Klein & E. Beaurepaire (Ecole Polytechnique, France) Unstained Drosophila embryo development analysed by velocimetric third harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
B. Manz & T.R. Neu & F. Volke & H. Horn (Fraunhofer-Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBMT), St. Ingbert, Germany) Combined application of uEL, CLSM and MRI for the analysis of microbial biofilms [PDF]
C. Löbbe (JPK Instruments AG, Berlin, Germany) Cell mechanics on a nanometer scale: cell adhesion on different substrates, cell motility and elasticity measured with the atomic force microscope [PDF]
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-B FRET/FRAP/FLIM imaging (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
A. Periasamy & Y. Chen (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA) Molecular imaging: FLIM-FRET microscopy [PDF] [invited]
V. Caorsi & D. Mazza & G. Vicidomini & M. Pesce & S. Krol & C. Usai & A. Diaspro (Univ. of Genoa, Italy) FRET microscopy: characterization by means of nanostructured system analysis [PDF]
K.W.J. Stoop & S.J.G. de Jong & L.K. van Geest (Lambert Instruments) Optical sectioning FRET/FLIM with a spinning disk [PDF]
B.L. Sprague & R.L. Pego & P.M. Bungay & D.A. Stavreva & J.G. McNally (National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD) A theory for FRAP analysis at localized binding sites [PDF]
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-C Imaging with laser trapping (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
A. Rohrbach & H. Kress & N. Becker & E.H.K. Stelzer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)) Imaging interactions with photonic force microscopy [PDF]
X. Gan & D. Morrish & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology) Laser trapping scanning near-field imaging with an active probe [PDF]
B. Perner & S. Monajembashi & L. Wollweber & A. Rapp & K.O. Greulich (Inst.Mol.Biotech, Jena, Germany) Erythrocyte mediated force application (EMFA) by optical tweezers for studies of calcium signalling in cardiomyocytes and in fibroblasts [PDF]
J. Kerssemakers & J. Howard & H. Hess & S. Diez (MPI of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics) 3D positional analysis of moving nanoscale fluorescent objects near reflecting surfaces [PDF]
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-D Zeiss presentation (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
14:00-15:20
TU-AF1-PAR-E Jenoptik presentation (Hörsaal 5, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
15:20-15:50Coffee and tea
15:50-17:30Parallel sessions
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-A Microscopy of living cells, quantum dots (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
T.M. Jovin & D.S. Lidke & K.A. Lidke & B. Rieger & D.J. Arndt-Jovin (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Retrograde filopodial transport of activated EGF receptors: single molecule sensitivity with quantum dot ligands [PDF] [invited]
A.M. Scharff-Poulsen & H. Gu & K. Almdal (RISØ National Laboratory, Denmark) Optical nanosensor particles for detection of metabolites in living cells [PDF]
N.I. Chalmers & R.J. Palmer Jr. & L. Du-Thumm & R. Sullivan & P.E. Kolenbrander (NIDCR/NIH, Bethesda MD USA) Comparison of quantum dot- and fluorophore-conjugated antibodies for bacterial biofilm research [PDF]
K. A. Lidke & B. Rieger & T. M. Jovin & R. Heintzmann (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Enhanced Two Point Resolution in Fluorescence Microscopy by Exploitation of Quantum Dot Blinking [PDF]
E. Beaurepaire & D. Casanova & D. Giaume & V. Buissette & M.P. Sauviat & T. Gacoin & J.P. Boilot & A. Alexandrou (Ecole Polytechnique) Lanthanide-ion doped oxide nanoparticles functionalized for single biomolecule tracking [PDF]
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-B Fluorescence lifetime instrumentation (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
D. Grant & E. Auksorius & P.A.A. De Beule & J. McGinty & D.S. Elson & C. Dunsby & M.A.A. Neil & P.M.W. French (Imperial College London) An electronically tunable ultrafast laser source applied to fluorescence imaging including wide-field optically-sectioned fluorescence lifetime imaging using a Nipkow disk microscope [PDF]
J.W. Dobrucki & A. Noatynska & D. Feret (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland) Scattering of exciting light by live cells in scanning confocal microscopy - adverse effects in the imaged and neighbouring cells, and relevance for FRAP, FLIP and FCS studies [PDF]
C. Biskup & L. Kelbauskas & Th. Zimmer & K. Benndorf & W. Becker & A. Bergmann (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany) Spectrally resolved fluorescence lifetime and FRET measurements [PDF]
W. Becker & A. Bergmann & C. Biskup & K. König & I. Riemann & T. Tiemo Anhut (Becker & Hickl GmbH, Germany) Multi-exponential fluorescence lifetime imaging [PDF]
U. Ortmann & F. Koberling & B. Kraemer & M. Wahl & M. Patting & P. Kapusta & A. Bülter & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH, Berlin, Germany) Lifetime imaging and FCS upgrade package for confocal microscopes [PDF]
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-C High speed imaging (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
D.G. Reddy & P. Saggau (Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, USA) Fast three-dimensional laser-scanning scheme for multi-photon microscopy [PDF]
M. Kempe & R. Wolleschensky & B. Zimmermann (Carl Zeiss Jena GmbH, Germany) High-Speed Confocal Fluorescence Microscopy [PDF]
L. Kaestner & K. Bell & P. Lipp (Saarland University, Germany) Real time confocal microscopy in multiple dimensions: disk or array - that is the question [PDF]
Theodorus & H. Oku & K. Hashimoto & M. Ishikawa (University of Tokyo, Japan) Optical axis tracking of microorganism using high speed vision [PDF]
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-D Evennett, Abbe principles (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
P. Evennett (University of Leeds, UK) Demonstration of Abbe's diffraction experiments [PDF] [invited]
15:50-17:30
TU-AF2-PAR-E Olympus presentation (Hörsaal 5, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
17:45-22:00Diner at Leuchtenburg, sponsored by Leica

Wednesday, March 23

9:00-10:20Parallel sessions
9:00-10:20
WE-MO1-PAR-A Multi-photon tissue imaging (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
K. Schenke-Layland & I. Riemann & K. König (Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, USA) Non-invasive multiphoton imaging as very useful diagnostic technology for cardiovascular research [PDF]
A.-M. Pena & T. Boulesteix & M.-P. Sauviat & E. Beaurepaire & M.-C. Schanne-Klein (CNRS / INSERM / Ecole Polytechnique, France) Ex vivo multiphoton microscopy using intrinsic signals for pharmacological studies in cardiac and vascular tissue [PDF]
J. Martini & K. Tönsing & D. Anselmetti & K. Kirchhof & R. Schade & K. Liefeith & V. Kunert & K. Hinterkeuser (Bielefeld University, Experimental Biophysics, Bielefeld, Germany) 2-Photon Laser Scanning Microscopy on Native Human Chondrocytes for Tissue Engineering [PDF]
A. Ehlers & I. Riemann & T. Anhut & J. kobow & K. König (Fraunhofer institute of biomedical technique, St. Ingbert, Germany) Multiphoton tomography of skin with gradient index-lenses [PDF]
9:00-10:20
WE-MO1-PAR-B Light as a manipulation tool (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
N. Takeyasu & J. Kato & S. Kawata (RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research)) Multiple-spot parallel processing for laser micronanofabrication [PDF]
W. Fritzsche & A. Csaki & A. Steinbrueck & F. Garwe & K. Koenig & M. Raschke (Institute for Physical High Technology Jena. Germany) Metal nanoparticles as passive and active sub-wavelength tools for biophotonics [PDF]
J. Glückstad & P.J. Rodrigo & I. Perch-Nielsen (Risoe National Laboratory, Danmark) Real-time 3D microscopic manipulation and simultanous observation of a plurality of particles [PDF]
A. Rapp & P. Grigaravicius & K.O. Greulich (Institute for Molecular Biotechnology Jena, Department of Single Cell and Single Molecule Techniques, Beutenbergstr. 11, 07745 Jena, Germany) Immunofluorescence microscopy to study the interaction of homologous recombination and non homologous end joining of UV-A induced DNA double strand breaks [PDF]
9:00-10:20
WE-MO1-PAR-C Quantification and calibration in microscopy I (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
R. Nitschke & U. Resch-Genger (University of Freiburg, Germany) Standardization, quantification and reproducibility in fluorescence widefield and confocal microscopy [PDF]
E.H. Cho & S.V. Costes & S.J. Lockett (SAIC Frederick, NCI-Frederick, USA) Characterization protocols of optical microscope components tested with a novel light source device [PDF]
R.M. Zucker & J.M. Lerner (United States Environmental Protection Agency) Confocal microscopy system performance: foundations for calibration quantitation and spectroscopy [PDF]
D. Mazza & V. Caorsi & G. Vicidomini & S. Krol & A. Diaspro (Univ. of Genoa, Italy) FRAP refinement: analysis of time and space artefacts in heterogeneous nanostructured model systems [PDF]
8:40-10:20
WE-MO1-PAR-D Optical theory and image formation IV (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
C.J. Cogswell Dynamically variable optics improve image quality in microscopy [PDF]
R. Chmelik & L. Lovicar & P. Kolman & J. Spousta & Z. Foret (Brno University of Technology) Polychromatic coherent transfer function for a low-coherence interference microscope with achromatic fringes [PDF]
P. Chaumet & K. Belkebir & A. Sentenac (Institut Fresnel) High resolution three-dimensional imaging with optical diffraction tomography [PDF]
P. Xu & G. Cox & C. Sheppard (University of Sydney, Australia) Characteristics of SHG by circularly polarized fundamental beam [PDF]
M.J. Booth & R. Juskaitis & T. Wilson (University of Oxford, United Kingdom) Characterisation of objective lenses using point source interferometry [PDF]
10:15-10:50Coffee and tea
10:50 - 12:30Parallel sessions
10:50 - 12:30
WE-MO2-PAR-A Life cell microscopy techniques I (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
C. Gueudry & J. Salamero & V. Fraisier & F. Amblard & J.B. Sibarita (Institut Curie - Research, Paris, France) Combination of multi-colour 4D video microscopy with laser assisted techniques [PDF]
R.A. Hoebe & C.H. van Oven & E.M. Manders (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands) Controlled light exposure microscopy (CLEM): Fluorescence live cell imaging with strongly reduced photobleaching and photodamage [PDF]
V. Sibillo & S. Caserta & L. Sabetta & M. Simeone & S. Guido (Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy) A computer-controlled microscope stage incubation system for time-lapse imaging of living cells. applications to cell tracking [PDF]
J. Huisken & J. Wittbrodt & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL Heidelberg, Germany) 4D in-vivo imaging of the developing medaka heart by Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy (SPIM) [PDF]
C. Bauer & E. Nagoshi & J. Ritz & U. Schibler (Imaging Platform, NCCR Frontiers in Genetics Sciences II, University of Geneva, 30, Quai Ernest Ansermet, CH-1211, Geneva-4, Switzerland) Live imaging of circadian gene expression in individual fibroblasts using a Leica AS MDW widefield microscope [PDF]
10:50-12:30
WE-MO2-PAR-B Microscopy with novel light sources and detectors (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
M. Gu & L. Fu & X. Gan (Swinburne University of Technology) A horizon of compact nonlinear optical microscopy: double-clad photonic crystal fibers [PDF] [invited]
G. McConnell (Centre for Biophotonics, University of Strathclyde) Intensity correlation analysis of a white-light supercontinuum source for multiple wavelength laser scanning confocal microscopy [PDF]
J.A. Palero & V.O. Boer & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands) Photonic crystal fibre as a light source for short-wavelength two-photon excited fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
C. Coates & D. Denvir & K. Okada & H. Shibuya & I. Kobayashi & J. Pawley (Andor Technology Ltd.) Novel electron multiplying CCD as an alternative to single point detectors [PDF]
T. Anhut & I. Riemann & K. König & R. Le Harzic & A. Killi & U. Morgner (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany) High-resolution laser-scanning-microscopy and processing of biological and technical materials using a new diode pumped solid state femtosecond laser with cavity dumping [PDF]
10:50-12:30
WE-MO2-PAR-C Quantification and calibration in microscopy II (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
B.J. Vermolen & I.T. Young & Y. Garini (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands) Quantitative Image Analysis fro Structural Genomics [PDF]
U. Resch-Genger & K. Hofmann & R. Nitschke & A. Engel (Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany) Determination of the Spectral Characteristics of Confocal Spectral Imaging Systems and Comparability of Data [PDF]
M. Ritter & M. Hemmleb & H. Hohenberg (Federal Institue for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin, Germany) A spatial micro calibration object as reference for 3d microscopy [PDF]
G.J. Brakenhoff & G.W.H. Wurpel & K. Jalink & L. Oomen & L. Brocks & J.M. Zwier (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands) Characterization of sectioning fluorescence microscopy with thin uniform fluorescent layers: SIPcharts [PDF]
10:50-12:30
WE-MO2-PAR-D Optical theory and image formation V (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
C. Ibanez-Lopez & G. Saavedra & G. Boyer & M. Martinez-Corral (Department of Optics. University of Valencia. Spain.) Quasi-spherical focus in two-photon scanning microscopy [PDF]
G. Moneron & A. Dubois & A.C. Boccara (ESPCI, CNRS, France) Ultrahigh-resolution three-dimensional imagery by multiple local probe microscopy [PDF]
J. Wenger & J. Capoulade & J. Dintinger & N. Bonod & E. Popov & T.W. Ebbesen & H. Rigneault & P.-F. Lenne (Institut Fresnel, CNRS and Université d'Aix-Marseille III, France) Enhancement of single molecule fluorescence detection in subwavelength apertures [PDF]
J. Bewersdorf & H. Gugel & R. Schmidt & S.W. Hell (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany) 4PI-microscopy with 1-photon excitation [PDF]
M. Schwertner & M.J. Booth & T. Wilson (University of Oxford, UK) Aberration effects in quantitative confocal microscopy and simulation of aberration correction devices [PDF]
12:30-13:15Lunch break
13:15-14:35Parallel sessions
13:15-14:35
WE-AF1-PAR-A Life cell microscopy techniques II (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
P. Prabhat & S. Ram & E.S. Ward & R.J. Ober (University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, USA) Simultaneous imaging of multiple focal planes in fluorescence microscopy for the study of cellular dynamics [PDF]
L. Wawrezinieck & D. Marguet & H. Rigneault & P.-F. Lenne (Institut Fresnel, CNRS and Université d'Aix-Marseille III, France) Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy to probe molecular confinement in live cell membranes [PDF]
R.J. Cook & G. Paolinelis & F. Mannocci & A. Banerjee & T.F. Watson (Department of Microscopy and Imaging, GKT Dental Institute, London) A new flexible confocal micro-endoscopic technology for in vivo diagnosis of soft and hard tissue intra-oral lesions [PDF]
C.-H. Tseng & M.-C. Chan & T.-H. Tsai & S.-P. Tai & S.-Y. Chen & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan, R.O.C.) Beam-scanning multiphoton multimodality endoscopy [PDF]
13:15-14:35
WE-AF1-PAR-B Food structure, microscopy techniques (Hörsaal 2, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
H. Blonk & M. Hemelaar & P. Nootenboom & G. van Dalen (Unilever Research & Development Vlaardingen) Visualisation of taste and convenience [PDF]
J. Sutin & S. Awtar & J. Hart & A.H. Slocum & E. Gratton (University of Illinois) Improving the performance of the optical microscope via modern opto and optomechanical design [PDF]
P.A. Benedetti & D. Guidarini (Intitute for Physical and Chemical Processes, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy) Pros and cons in structured illumination microscopies [PDF]
E.C. Weiss & G. Pilarczyk & R.M. Lemor (Fraunhofer Institut für Biomedizinische Technik, Germany) Time resolved acoustic microscopy of single cells [PDF]
13:15-14:35
WE-AF1-PAR-C Various microscopies and education (Hörsaal 3, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
F.J. Kao (Institute of Biophotonics Engineering, National Yang-Ming University) High definition scanning imaging through modulated detection [PDF]
S.A. Alexandrov & T.R. Hillman & A.J. Trewenack & D.D. Sampson (Optical + Biomedical Engineering Laboratory, The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia) Measurement of angular scattering distributions with digital fourier holography for mapping scatterer size distributions over large areas [PDF]
G.O.F.P. Parikesit & V.G.K. Kutchoukov & A.B. Bossche & I.T.Y. Young & Y.G. Garini (TU Delft, The Netherlands) High sensitivity nanofluidic chips for single molecule detection [PDF]
J. Pawley (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA) Best practice: Teaching biologists to get the best out of their confocal microscopes [PDF]
13:15-14:35
WE-AF1-PAR-D Interference contrast microscopies (Hörsaal 4, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
M. Shribak & S. Inoué (Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, USA) Orientation-independent DIC microscopy [PDF]
M. Shribak & G.B. Harris & R. Oldenbourg & C. Hoyt (Marine Biological Laboratory, USA) Imaging birefringence in real time [PDF]
T. Tanaka & S. Kawata (Riken, Japan) Real-time observation of birefringence by laser scanning surface plasmon microscope [PDF]
J. Plasek (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic) Problems in quantitative DIC microscopy [PDF]
14:45 -15:30Plenary lecture and closing
 
WE-AF-PLEN (Hörsaal 1, Jena University, Campus Ernst-Abbe-Platz)
G.C. Cox & A. Salih (University of Sydney, Australia) Fluorescence lifetime imaging of coral fluorescent proteins [PDF]
Drinks, Zeiss factory visit (15:30)

List of posters

15:20-16:30Biological systems
 
POSTERS-A (Foyer 1st floor)
[A01] H. Wolinski & B. Heise & E.P. Klement & A. Sonnleitner & S.D. Kohlwein (IMB-Biochemistry, University Graz, Austria) Efficient visualization and analysis of fluorescently labelled subcellular structures of living yeast cells [PDF]
[A02] C.S. Spriet & F.W. Waharte & D.T. Trinel & D.D. Deslee & B.V. Vandenbunder & J.B. Barbillat & L.H. Heliot (Institut de Biologie de Lille, France) Spectrally resolved fluorescence lifetime measurements to determine protein-protein interactions in living cells [PDF]
[A03] I. Pintelon & I. De Proost & I. Brouns & H. Van Herck & J. Van Genechten & F. Van Meir & J.P. Timmermans & D. Adriaensen (University of Antwerp, Belgium) 4-Di-2-ASP, Selective marker of neuroepithelial bodies in living lung slices of different animal species [PDF]
[A04] A.-C. Ribou & T. Rharass & J. Vigo & J.-M. Salmon (University of Perpignan) Reactive oxygen species evaluation in single living cell using pyrene butyric acid lifetime variation [PDF]
[A05] H. Duessmann & M. Rehm & J.H.M. Prehn (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) Focus on apoptotic signalling in living cells [PDF]
[A06] E.M. Schneider & X. Ma & T. Walter & W. Du (University Clinic Ulm, Germany) Gas-pressure induced calcium release is oxygen dependent in HeLa cell layers [PDF]
[A07] J. Carlton & C. Blackmore & P. Cullen (University of Bristol, UK) 4D-Imaging of tubulo-vesicular carrier formation in the endocytic pathway [PDF]
[A08] R.M.E. Chalmers-Redman & D.B. Gursel & E.H. Cho & A. Arnold & R. Tuskan & S.J. Lockett & K.M. Reilly (SAIC, National Cancer Institute, Frederick, MD, USA) Modulation of cellular migration in a mouse model of nervous system tumour in two and three dimensions [PDF]
[A09] R.J. Ober & C. Martinez & J. Zhou & Q. Tang & S. Ram & E.S. Ward (University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, USA) Single molecule studies of exocytic events [PDF]
[A10] cancelled
[A11] P. Lacroix & R. Briandet & M.N. Bellon-Fontaine & S. Lévêque-Fort & M.P. Fontaine-Aupart (Université Paris Sud, France) Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy under two photon excitation for the study of diffusion and reactivity of bacteriophages inside biofilms [PDF]
[A12] J.T. Wessels & R. Möller & M. Schmeer & J. Mahrt & E. Neumann & G.A. Müller (Center Internal Med., Dept. Nephrology, University of Göttingen, Germany) 3D-reconstruction of cell-cell vaccines with focus on functional membrane exchange [PDF]
[A13] I.J. van der Klei & M. Otzen & A.M. Krikken & M. Veenhuis (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) Hansenula polymorpha pex19P is essential for the formation of functional peroxisomal membranes and peroxisome segregation [PDF]
[A14] De Subrata Kumar & Pal Santi Gopal (University of Calcutta, India) Studies on fish thymus in relation to haemopoiesis [PDF]
[A15] P. Marbet & L. Landmann (University of Basel Medical School, Switserland) The endocytic apparatus in rat hepatocytes is a 3D tubulovesicular reticulum [PDF]
[A16] S. Rodigheiro & C. Bazzini & U. Fascio & M. Jakab & S. Dossena & G. Meyer & G. Bottà & M. Paulmichl (CIMAINA, University of Milan, Italy) Caenorhabditis elegans IClns: functional and molecular characterization in embryonic cells [PDF]
[A17] G. Leitinger (Medical University of Graz, Austria) Immunofluorescent staining reveals synaptic locations in insect larvae [PDF]
[A18] C.-H. Tsou (Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Republic of China) The callose wall of microspore tetrads of Luffa cylindrical (Curcubitaceae) [PDF]
[A19] K. Wilke & K. Gläser & K.P. Wittern & R. Wepf & S.S. Biel (R&D cosmed, Beiersdorf AG) Visualizing nuclei with conventional confocal laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
[A20] J. Kuiper & F. de Lange & B. Wieringa & J.A.M. Fransen (Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands) A possible role for brain creatine kinase in phagocytosis [PDF]
[A21] D. Matthews & P. Piepenhagen & J. Serriello & A. Mcvie-Wylie & B. Thurberg (Genzyme Corporation, Framingham MA, USA) Detection of human acid alpha-glucosidase in murine cells and tissues [PDF]
[A22] R.M. Bateman & K.C. Hodgson & T. Podor & K.R. Walley (University of British Columbia, Canada) Intravital and exvivo microvascular imaging using dual fluorescence multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
[A23] E. Gielen & J. Vercammen & J. Sýkora & J. Humpolickova & M. van de Ven & A. Benda & M. Hof & Y. Engelborghs (Limburgs Universitair Centrum, Belgium) Study of the membrane organization of OLN-93 oligodendroglial cells [PDF]
[A24] T. Mrácek & O. Jebesta & A. Vojtiková & J. Houtik (Institute of Physiology, Czech Republic) Comparisson of various methods for measurement of reactive oxygen species production in fibroblasts from patients with deficiencies in ATP synthase [PDF]
[A25] P. Romano & D. Raabe & C. Sachs & A. Al-Sawalmih & G. Servos & H.G. Hartwig (Max Planck Institüt für Eisenforschung, Düsseldorf, Germany) Influence of sample preparation and anisotropy on lobster claw studied by LOM, SEM and TEM [PDF]
[A26] F.Y. Kao & Y.Y Cheng & M.C. Chung (Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC) Detection of ribosomal genes in the genus oryza through fluorescence in situ hybridization [PDF]
[A27] D. Chorvát jr. & A. Mateazik & A. Chorvátová (International Laser Centre, Bratislava, Slovakia) Multispectral confocal fluorescence imaging of flavin autofluorescence in isolated rat cardiomyocytes [PDF]
[A28] D. Mietchen & J. Jakobi & H.-P. Richter & B. Manz & F. Volke (Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBMT), St. Ingbert, Germany) Jelly coat, cell shape and cleavage plane reorientation in Xenopus early embryos [PDF]
[A29] K.O. Hovnanyan & M.K. Karagyozyan & M.K. Hovnanyan & A. Manvelyan & A.Z. Pepoyan (Institute Molecular biology NAS Armenia) Ultrastructural investigation of Escherichia coli probiotic strains and X-ray analysis of its membranes [PDF]
[A30] F.U. Gast & S. Howitz & S. Diez (GeSiM mbH) A micor-perfusion chamber to fine-tune the activity of motor proteins [PDF]
[A31] C. Dinant & W. Vermeulen & A. Houtsmuller (Erasmus University, the Netherlands) Interactions of nucleotide excission repair factors in living cells [PDF]
[A32] M. Snippe & J.W. Borst & R. Goldbach & R. Kormelink (Wageningen University, The Netherlands) TSWV particle asssembly: in vivo interactions between the structural nucleoprotein and G1 spike protein [PDF]
15:20-16:30Fluorescence lifetime, FRET, FLIM, FRAP
 
POSTERS-B (Foyer 1st floor)
[B01] C. Biskup & L. Kelbauskas & Th. Zimmer & K. Benndorf & W. Becker & A. Bergmann (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany) Spectrally resolved fluorescence lifetime and FRET measurements [PDF]
[B02] D.T. Trinel & C.S. Corentin Spriet & F.W. François Waharte & D.D. Didier Deslee & L.H. Laurent Heliot (Institut de Biologie de Lille) Dynamic molecular interactions study in living cells, by n-dimensional fluorescence measurements. [PDF]
[B03] K.W.J. Stoop & J.G.S. de Jong & L.K. van Geest (Lambert Instruments, Leutingewolde, the Netherlands) Measuring fret in living cells with FLIM [PDF]
[B04] D. Nair & M. Jose & R. Steffen & R. Hartig & Th. Kuner & C. Reissner & K. Kemnitz & W. Zuschratter (Leibniz Institute For Neurobiology, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Germany) Mapping distances between chromophores in macromolecules using FRET-FLIM microspectroscopy: comparison with predicted 3D structures [PDF]
[B05] M. Jose & D. Nair & R. Steffen & R. Hartig & T. Kuner & K. Kemnitz & W. Zuschratter (Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Magdeburg) Comparison of FRET in the chloride indicator clomeleon with neuronal development [PDF]
[B06] D. Stockholm & M. Bartoli & G. Sillon & N. Bourg & J. Davoust & I. Richard (Généthon, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France) Intravital multiphoton fret imaging of calpain protease activity in mice [PDF]
[B07] R.D. Perrins & M.L. Martin-Fernandez & M.J. Tobin & C.W. Wharton & R.A. Meldrum (University of Birmingham) Single molecule studies on DNA polymerisation using confocal and fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy [PDF]
[B08] F. Amblard & S. Coscoy & F. Waharte (Institut Curie, Paris, France) Cyclic dynamics of the epithelial cytoskeleton: molecular analysis and modeling of two-photon frap experiments [PDF]
[B09] T.M. Rasse & W. Fouquet & A. Schmid & R.J. Kittel & A. Guzman & S.J. Sigrist (European Neuroscience Institute-Göttingen, Max-Planck-Society) Using photo-activation and two channel FRAP to quantify glutamate receptor mobility in vivo [PDF]
[B10] A.H.B. de Vries & T.M. Jovin (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry) Frequency-domain FLIM using a non-modulated detector in combination with a lock-in amplifier [PDF]
[B11] DS Elson & V Poher & C Dunsby & J Requejo-Isidro & PMW French & MAA Neil (Imperial College London, UK) Video Rate Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging and Structured Illumination using a Blue LED [PDF]
[B12] F. Difato & J. Žurmanová & J. Mejsnar & J. Forstova & L. Kubinova & J. Janacek & A. Diaspro (Department of Biomathematics, Charles University, Praha, Czech Republic) Time constant reaction measurement in M-line of myofibrils by fluorescence loss in photobleaching [PDF]
[B13] A. Mittag & D. Lenz & A. Tárnok (Dept. of Pediatric Cardiology, Cardiac Center Leipzig, University of Leipzig, Germany) Increasing the measurable fluorochromes by sequential photobleaching in laser scanning cytometry [PDF]
[B14] S. Martin & R. Le Harzic & J. Kobow & I. Riemann & K. König (JenLab GmbH, Jena, Germany) TauMap: A system for fluorescence lifetime imaging with submicron spatial resolution [PDF]
[B15] B. Northan & T. Holmes & Y. Zhang & Y. Yuan (AutoQuant Imaging, Inc. USA) FRET imaging by maximum likelihood estimation: A quantitative evaluation [PDF]
[B16] J.W. Dobrucki & J. Galas & B.W. Lee & G.L. Johnson & Z. Darzynkiewicz (New York Medical College, USA) Confocal microscopy visualisation of cholinergic neurons in live tissues with a novel probe, fluoresceinated physostygmine (Ph-F) [PDF]
[B17] J.W. Dobrucki & A. Noatynska & D. Feret (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland) Scattering of exciting light by live cells in scanning confocal microscopy - adverse effects in the imaged and neighbouring cells, and relevance for FRAP, FLIP and FCS studies [PDF]
[B18] R.E. Connally & J.E. Piper & D. Jin (Department of Physics, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia) High intensity solid-state UV sources for time-resolved fluorescence microcopy [PDF]
15:20-16:30Quantum dots, various microscopies, material systems
 
POSTERS-C (Foyer 1st floor)
[C01] F. Müller & T. Rutten & B. Claus & M. Melzer (I.P.K. Gatersleben) Application of quantum dots in plant cell biology [PDF]
[C02] J. Bocsi & D. Lenz & A. Mittag & V.S. Varga & B. Molnar & A. Tarnok (University Leipzig, Germany) Automated Four Color CD4/CD8 Analysis of Lukocytes by Scanning Fluorescence Microscopy Using Quantumdots [PDF]
[C03] A. Csaki & G. Maubach & F. Garwe & A. Steinbrueck & K. Koenig & W. Fritzsche (Institute for Physical High Technology Jena, Germany) Sequence-specific bound nanoparticles for a novel sub-wavelength dna restriction technology based on laser pulse energy conversion [PDF]
[C04] G. Ghirico & F. Cannone & S. Krol & A. Dispro (Laboratory of Advanced BioSpectroscopy, Physics Department, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy.) Stabilizing and protective effect of nanocapsules on single green fluorescent protein [PDF]
[C05] M.A. Strehle & S. Reitzenstein & P. Rösch & D. Berg & M. Baranska & H. Schulz & J. Popp (Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany) Raman microscopy: a valuable tool for the non-destructive single grain analysis of rape seed [PDF]
[C06] C.M. Creely & G.P. Singh & G. Volpe & D.V. Petrov (ICFO Institut de Ciències Fotoniques, Spain) Time Resolved Raman Microscopy Imaging of Human LnCaP Cells [PDF]
[C07] P. Rösch & M. Harz & J. Popp (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany) Heterogeneity investigations by means of raman microscopy for single cell identification [PDF]
[C08] M. Kress & U. Schmidt & W. Ibach & O. Hollricher (WITec GmbH, Germany) RAMAN - AFM: a nondestructive, high-resolution sample analysis instrument [PDF]
[C09] A. Katsen-Globa & S. Pflüger & M. Zwanzig & S. Fiedler & S. Howitz & H. Zimmermann (Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBMT), Germany) Cell cryopreservation on nanostructured surfaces: block-face scanning electron microscopic method for stydying of cell-substrate interface [PDF]
[C10] K. Wilke & F.J. Keil & K.P. Wittern & R. Wepf & S.S. Biel (R&D cosmed, Beiersdorf AG) Correlative light- & electron microscopy: from milli- to nanometer in one large tissue sample [PDF]
[C11] B. Vohnsen (Universidad de Murcia, Spain) Nanostructure imaging via bulk second-harmonic generation [PDF]
[C12] K. Hovnanyan & M. Karagyozyan & A. Manvelyan & A. Pepoyan (Institute of Molecular Biology of NAS RA, Armenia) Electron microscopic investigations of Escherichia coli probiotic strains and x-ray analysis of its membranes [PDF]
[C13] A. Mittag & D. Lenz & S. Pach & A. Tárnok (Dept. of Pediatric Cardiology, Cardiac Center Leipzig, University of Leipzig, Germany) Laser scanning cytometry (LSC) for determination of a differential blood picture with minimal sample volume [PDF]
[C14] G. Fuchs & A. Pigamo & L. Bernard (Arkema, France) 3D non destructive characterization of porous materials [PDF]
[C15] G. van Dalen & J. van Duynhoven & H. Blonk & A. Mohoric & P. Cabrer Ramos & R. van den Doel (Unilever Research & Development Vlaardingen, The Netherlands) Multi dimensional imaging of foods using magnetic resonance imaging [PDF]
[C16] B. Rothen-Rutishauser & F. Blank & P. Gehr (Institute of Anatomy, University of Bern, Baltzerstrasse 2, 3012 Bern, Switzerland) Laser scanning microscopy combined with digital image restoration to visualize the uptake of ultrafine particles in lung cells [PDF]
[C17] E. Sarna & A. Wlochowicz & M. Sarna (University of Bielsko Biala, Poland) Relationship between maturity degree and shape of fibre fracture of cotton in fuzzy sets theory approach [PDF]
[C18] P. Bianchini & F. Morotti & R. Magrassi & P. Ramoino & P. Odetti & A. Diaspro (Univ. of Genoa, Italy) SHG, confocal and tpe microscopy to study bone fragments [PDF]
[C19] G. A. Stanciu & G. Boyer & S.E. Lee & O'Dae Kwon (Center of Microscopy- Microanalysis and Information Processing) Photonic-Corral Mode Quantum Ring Lasers investigated by Laser Scanning Microscopy [PDF]
[C20] M. Ajmal & A. Shamin (Punjab University, Pakistan) Bioleaching-extraction of metals from minerals by fungi by applying leed one of the technique of SEM/EDX [PDF]
15:20-16:303D imaging in micoscopy, laser surgery
 
POSTERS-D (Foyer 1st floor)
[D01] P.C. Seitz & E.H.K. Stelzer & A. Rohrbach (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany) Scanning Functionalized, Structured Surfaces with Optically Trapped Probes [PDF]
[D02] K. Greger & P.I.H. Bastiaens & E.H.K. Stelzer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany) 4D Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging using Selective Plane Illumination Microscopy [PDF]
[D03] A. Dubois & W. Schwartz & K. Grieve & G. Moneron & A. Boccara (ESPCI, France) Low-coherence interference microscopy for high-resolution 3D imaging in biology [PDF]
[D04] M. Hoppe & L. Kuschel (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH) Analytical Tools for Confocal Microscopy [PDF]
[D05] F. Stracke & I. Riemann & T. Anhut & D. Sauer & K. König (Fraunhofer Institute of biomedical technique, Germany) Two photon spectral imaging and tomography: applications in biomedical science [PDF]
[D06] F. Morrissey & D. van der Wal & J. Greiser & S. Reyntjens (FEI Company, the Netherlands) 3D Microscopy : From Micro to Nano and From Bio to Semi [PDF]
[D07] K.I. Anderson & J. Peychl & J.B. Sanderson (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Dresden, Germany) A new approach to live cell imaging of GFP and mRFP using the Zeiss LSM 510 [PDF]
[D08] M. Capek & L. Kubinova (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic) Compensation of the brightness and contrast attenuation with depth in confocal microscopy [PDF]
[D09] V. Poher & D.S. Elson & P.M.P. Lanigan & C. Dunsby & P.M.W. French & M.A.A. Neil (Imperial College London) A Study of shot noise in wide field structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
[D10] S. Ram & E.S. Ward & R.J. Ober (University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, USA) Fundamental performance limit for the resolution of a fluorescence microscope [PDF]
[D11] G. Vicidomini & M. Schneider & P. Bianchini & H. Testa & C. Usai & P. Boccacci & A. Diaspro (Univ. of Genoa, Italy) Improvement of resolution in three-dimensional fluorescence microscopy through the web with POWER-UP YOUR MICROSCOPE [PDF]
[D12] W. Watanabe & R. Murase & K. Isobe & K. Itoh (Osaka University) Nonlinear microscopy using broadband light from photonic crystal fiber [PDF]
[D13] E. Ferrando-May & F. Adler & A. Leitenstorfer & C. Stürmer & A. Bürkle & H. Plattner (University of Konstanz, Germany) Nonlinear confocal microscopy with novel femtosecond laser sources [PDF]
[D14] A. Drakew & M. Frotscher (Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology I, University of Freiburg, Germany) Improvement of signal to noise ratio in fast two photon laser scanning microscopy by doubling the pulse repitition rate of the excitation source [PDF]
[D15] S. Terjung & R. Pepperkok & R. Ankerhold & S. Castel & B. Geiger & A. Luini & S. Shorte & J.V. Small (EMBL Heidelberg, Germany) EAMNET - a resource and teaching framework for advanced light microscopy [PDF]
[D16] R. Le Harzic & S. Martin & J. Kobow & I. Riemann & K. König (JenLab GmbH, Jena, Germany) Femtocut: A system for nanoprocessing with femtosecond laser pulses [PDF]
[D17] C. Engelbrecht & J. Colombelli & E.H.K. Stelzer (EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany) 3D Laser-nanosurgery with selective plane illumination microscopy [PDF]
[D18] P. Grigaravicius & A. Rapp & S. Monajembashi & K.O. Greulich (Institute for Molecular Biotechnology Jena, Germany) DNA damages induced by different laser microtools [PDF]
[D19] J. Kobow & R. Le Harzic & S. Martin & A. Ehlers & I. Riemann & K. König (JenLab GmbH, Jena, Germany) DermaInspect: In vivo high resolution multiphoton tomography of human skin [PDF]
[D20] M. Kozubek & Pe. Matula & Pa. Matula & M. Varecha & J. Amrichova & V. Ondrej & E. Lukasova & S. Kozubek (Masaryk University, Czech Republic) Automated confocal in vivo microscopy based on spinning disks [PDF]
[D21] P. van Oostveldt & D. Beghuin & M. van de Ven & D. Claessens & G. Meesen & M. Ameloot (Ghent University, Belgium) Compact laser scanning confocal microscope [PDF]
15:20-16:30Optical theory and image formation
 
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[E01] J.J.M. Braat & P. Dirksen & A.J.E.M. Janssen & A.S. van de Nes (Delft University of technology) Polarization-aberration retrieval for high-na systems using the extended nijboer-zernike diffraction theory [PDF]
[E02] A. Dieterlen & A. De Meyer & P. Kessler & B. Colicchio & J. De Mey (Université de Haute-Alsace, France) On the use of zernike polynomials in psf processing: 4-D wide field fast microscopy images deconvolution [PDF]
[E03] I. Escobar & C. Ibanez-Lopez & G. Saavedra & J. Lancis & P. Andres & M. Martinez-Corral (Department of Optics. University of Valencia. E46100 Burjassot, Spain.) Pupil engineering for increased tolerance to spherical aberration [PDF]
[E04] I. Iglesias & B. Vohnsen (Universidad de Murcia, Spain) Pupil plane polarization structuring for shaping the focal volume in high n.a. microscopy [PDF]
[E05] E.Y.S. Yew & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore) Polarization and second hamonic generation microscopy [PDF]
[E06] G.K. Rurimo & S. Quabis & G. Leuchs & M. Schardt & S. Malzer & G. Döhler (Max-plank research group, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) Investigation of quantum well structures using longitudinal and transverse electric field components [PDF]
[E07] M. Lera & J. Sutin & J.F. Aguilar & E. Gratton (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA) Confocal profiling of spherical cavities [PDF]
[E08] M. Rueckel & M. Feierabend & W. Denk (Max-Planck Institute for Medical Research, Germany) Wavefront sensing in strongly scattering samples [PDF]
[E09] N. Sandeau & D. Gachet & P.-F. Lenne & H. Rigneault & H. Giovannini (Institut Fresnl - CNRS) Radiation pattern and image formation in coherent anti-stokes raman scattering microscopy [PDF]
[E10] M. Meichle & D. Biggs & T. J. Holmes (AutoQuant Imaging Inc.) Methods for Visualization, phase reconstruction, and deconvolution in 3D differential interference contrast microscopy [PDF]