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

Tuesday, April 10

14:00-19:00Registration
15:00-18:00Tutorials/short courses: CARS microscopy (link to separate program page) (Auditorium 3)
18:05-18:15Opening of conference by the Magfco. y Exmo. Rector of the University of Valencia, D. Francisco Tomas Vert
18:15-18:45Harp concert by Ursula Segarra, Soloist of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the University of Valencia
18:45-20:30Opening 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]
20:30-21:30Welcome reception, drinks and snacks (sponsored by Nikon)

Wednesday, April 11

08:15-17:00Registration
09:00-10:45Plenary 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]
10:45-11:20Coffee/Tea Break
11:20-13:00Parallel 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)
13:00-14:30Lunch break
14:30-15:50Parallel 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)
15:50-17:00Posters, coffee (Poster area)
17:00-19:00Parallel 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]
19:00-19:30Pre-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

08:15-17:00Registration
09:00-10:45Plenary 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]
10:45-11:20Coffee/Tea Break
11:20-13:00Parallel 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)
13:00-14:30Lunch break
14:30-15:50Parallel 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)
15:50-16:20Coffee/Tea Break
16:20-18:00Parallel 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]
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)
EveningConference dinner at Las Arenas Balneario Resort (link to separate page) Sponsored by Zeiss
Busses leave at 18:15 hrs from University

Friday, April 13

08:15-14:00Registration
9:00-10:20Parallel 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]
10:20-10:50Coffee/Tea Break
10:50-12:30Parallel 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]
12:15Airport shuttle bus. Every 45 minutes. For times etc. see registration desk
12:30-13:30Lunch break
13:30-14:15Plenary 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]
14:15-15:00Farewell 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]