Program as of Mon Apr 25 16:13:19 CEST 2011

Sunday, April 17

12:30-19:00Registration (Entrance hall, Auditorium Maximum)
14:00-16:45Tutorial
 
SU-AF-TUT-A (Audimax)
Overview and practical considerations in localized molecule microscopy [PDF]
H.F. Hess [invited] (Janelia Farms Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA)
14:00-16:45Tutorial
 
SU-AF-TUT-B (Lecture room A701)
Tutorial workshop - Fundamentals of fluorescence imaging [PDF]
G.C. Cox [invited] (University of Sydney, Australia)
14:00-16:45Tutorial
 
SU-AF-TUT-C (Lecture room A703)
Protein labeling in living cells: Developments in fluorescent proteins and labeling with synthetic dyes [PDF]
G. Bunt [invited] (University Medicine Göttingen, Germany)
14:00-16:45Tutorial
 
SU-AF-TUT-D (Lecture room A702)
Measuring molecular dynamics by fluorescence recovery after photobleaching (FRAP) and single particle tracking (SPT) [PDF]
K. Braeckmans [invited] (Ghent University, Belgium)
17:30-19:30Opening Symposium, plenary
 
SU-EV-PLEN (Audimax)
Two-photon microscopy of neural network function [PDF]
F. Helmchen [invited] (Dept. Neurophysiology, Brain Research Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Spatial cycles in intracellular growth factor signaling [PDF]
P. Bastiaens [invited] (Department of Systemic Cell Biology, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Physiology, Germany)
High throughput microscopy for systems biology: From genome-wide profiling to the analysis of protein complexes [PDF]
J. Ellenberg [invited] (EMBL Heidelberg, Germany)
19:45-21:30Welcome reception

Monday, April 18

08:00-17:00Registration (Entrance hall, Auditorium Maximum)
09:00-10:20Plenary session
 
MO-MO-PLEN (Audimax)
Advanced image processing for fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M. Unser [invited] (EPFL, Switzerland)
Reversibly photoswitchable fluorescent proteins [PDF]
S. Jakobs [invited] (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
10:20-11:00Coffee/tea break
11:00-12:40Parallel sessions
11:00-12:40
MO-MO-PAR-A High resolution microscopy I (Audimax)
Nanoscopy with focused light [PDF]
S.W. Hell [invited] (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Dept of NanoBiophotonics, Germany)
Diffraction-unlimited far-field-optical microscopy of spins and magnetic resonances [PDF]
D. Wildanger & J.R. Maze & S.W. Hell [invited] (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Dept of NanoBiophotonics, Germany)
Superresolution imaging of biological nanostructures by spectral precision distance microscopy [PDF]
R. Kaufmann & M. Gunkel & S. Beichmanis & Y. Weiland & P. Müller & S. Rossberger & M. Hausmann & C. Cremer (University Heidelberg, Kirchhoff-Institute of Physics, Germany)
Optical switching and time-sequential coherent detection of markers through opposing lenses enables multicolor 3D-nanoscopy with 10-nm resolution of large intracellular volumes [PDF]
D. Aquino & A. Schönle & C. Geisler & C.A. Wurm & S.W. Hell & A. Egner (Laser-Laboratory-Göttingen, Germany)
Super-resolution wide field microscopy by illumination with a nano hole array [PDF]
R. Riesenberg & P. Petruck (Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany)
11:00-12:40
MO-MO-PAR-B Non-linear and dynamic cell/tissue imaging I (Lecture room A701)
In vivo third harmonic generation imaging of myelin in the mouse central nervous system [PDF]
M.J. Farrar & F.W. Wise & J.R. Fetcho & C.B. Schaffer (Cornell University, USA)
Label-free 3D visualization of mouse muscle tissue with second and third harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
M. Rehberg & F. Krombach & U. Pohl & S. Dietzel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)
Cell lineage reconstruction of early zebrafish embryos using THG-SHG microscopy [PDF]
N. Olivier & M.A. Luengo-Oroz & L. Duloquin & D. Debarre & P. Bourgine & A. Santos & N. Peyrieras & E. Beaurepaire & E. Faure & T. Savy & I. Veilleux & X. Solinas (Ecole Polytechnique CNRS, France)
Quantitative polarization-resolved SHG microscopy in anisotropic biological tissues [PDF]
I. Gusachenko & G. Latour & M.-C. Schanne-Klein (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Polarization SHG imaging of nonlinear dyes [PDF]
S. Psilodimitrakopoulos & E. De Meulenaere & J. Vanderleyden & D. Artigas & K. Clays & P. Loza-Alvarez (ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain)
11:00-12:40
MO-MO-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation I (Lecture room A703)
Multipole theory for tight focusing [PDF]
C.J.R. Sheppard & K. Si & W. Gong (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Rigorous electromagnetic imaging of spheres on dielectric surfaces [PDF]
M.R. Foreman & P. Török (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
Applications of complex field deconvolution using digital holographic microscopy [PDF]
Y. Cotte & F. Toy & I. Bergoend & C. Arfire & S.S. Kou & C. Depeursinge (EPFL, Switzerland)
Telecentric DHM for quantitative phase-contrast imaging [PDF]
E. Sanchez-Ortiga & P. Ferraro & M. Martinez-Corral & G. Saavedra & A. Doblas (University of Valencia, Spain)
Optical trapping at low numerical aperture [PDF]
S. Stallinga (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
11:00-12:40
MO-MO-PAR-D Phase imaging I (Lecture room A702)
Lensless quantitative phase imaging via ptychography [PDF]
J.M. Rodenburg [invited] & A.M. Maiden & M.J. Humphry (University of Sheffield, UK)
Refractive index determination of adherent cells using internalized microscopheres as reference in quantitative phase contrast images [PDF]
B. Kemper & S. Przibilla & A. Vollmer & S. Ketelhut & G. von Bally (Center for Biomedical Optics and Photonics, University of Muenster, Germany)
Dual-wavelength digital holography (DHM) for quantification of cellular volume and integral refractive index (RI) [PDF]
D. Boss & J. Kuehn & C. Depeursinge & P.J. Magistretti & P. Marquet (Laboratory of Neuroenergetics and Cellular Dynamics, Ecole Polytéchnique de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Simultaneous fluorescence and quantitative phase imaging of living cells with a high resolution wavefront sensor on a conventional microscope [PDF]
J. Savatier & P. Bon & D. Marguet & S. Monneret (Institut Fresnel - CNRS & Université d'Aix-Marseille, France)
Simulation and experimental validation of microscopic phase image formation with spatially incoherent illumination using a quadri-wave lateral shearing interferometer [PDF]
P. Bon & J. Savatier & B. Wattellier & S. Monneret (Institut Fresnel, CNRS UMR6133, France)
12:40-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:40Parallel sessions
14:00-15:40
MO-AF1-PAR-A High resolution microscopy II (Audimax)
Super-resolution using non-linear activation kinetics of photo-activatable fluorescent proteins [PDF]
G.C. Cox & S. Mehta & C.J.R. Sheppard (University of Sydney, Australia)
Novel approaches in fluorescence microscopy beyond the diffraction limit [PDF]
A. Kurz & M. Schwering & H. Ta & A. Kiel & D.-P. Herten (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
Super-resolution optical ptychography [PDF]
A.M. Maiden & J.M. Rodenburg & M.J. Humphry (University of Sheffield, UK)
Enhanced axial position sensitivity for fluorescent molecules using nanostructured silver films [PDF]
N.I. Cade & G. Fruhwirth & T. Ng & D. Richards (King's College London, UK)
Buffer controlled photoswitching microscopy using standard organic fluorphores [PDF]
V. Buschmann & M. König & S. van de Linde & M. Sauer & S. Wolter & M. Heilemann & B Krämer & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH, Germany)
14:00-15:40
MO-AF1-PAR-B Non-linear and dynamic cell/tissue imaging II (Lecture room A701)
Quantifying molecular order in biological samples using polarimetric muti-modal nonlinear microscopy [PDF]
S. Brasselet & D. Ait Belkacem & A. Gasecka & F. Munhoz & P. Ferrand & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, France)
Holographic second harmonic generation (SHG) microscopy [PDF]
E. Shaffer & P. Marquet & C. Depeursinge (EPFL, Switzerland)
Third-harmonic (THG) and four-wave mixing (FWM) microscopy of biological media [PDF]
P. Mahou & N. Olivier & G. Labroille & D. Debarre & E. Beaurepaire (Ecole Polytechnique CNRS, France)
Simultaneous SHG and TPEF imaging using a new type of selective markers [PDF]
E. De Meulenaere & S. Psilodimitrakopoulos & S. Van Cleuvenbergen & J. Vanderleyden & P. Loza-Alvarez & K. Clays (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium)
Efficient nonlinear excitation of encoded fluorescent proteins in living samples using a semiconductor disk laser. [PDF]
R. Aviles-Espinosa & C. Hamilton & G. Malcolm & K.J. Weingarten & T. Südmeyer & Y. Barbarin & U. U. Keller & P. Loza-Alvarez & G. Filippidis & D. Artigas (ICFO - Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain)
14:00-15:40
MO-AF1-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation II (Lecture room A703)
Microscopy with self-reconstructing beams: A perspective on novel illumination schemes [PDF]
C. Gohn-Kreuz & A. Rohrbach (Laboratory for Bio- and Nano-Photonics, University of Freiburg, Germany)
Confocal microscopy with pixel reassignment [PDF]
C.J.R. Sheppard & S.B. Mehta & R. Heintzmann (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Diffractionless fourier domain microscopy [PDF]
R.A. Leitgeb & M. Geissbuehler & T. Lasser & T. Schmoll & C. Blatter & A.S.G. Singh (Medical University of Vienna, Austria)
Two photon focal modulation microscopy [PDF]
C.J.R. Sheppard & K. Si & W. Gong (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Saturated excitation (SAX) microscopy; depth resolution [PDF]
M. Yamanaka & S. Kawano & N.I. Smith & S. Kawata & K. Fujita (Dep. of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka University, Japan)
14:00-15:40
MO-AF1-PAR-D Phase imaging, holographic activation (Lecture room A702)
Dark-field optical coherence microscopy for in vitro functional cell imaging [PDF]
C. Pache & A. Bouwens & C. Berclaz & M. Villiger & N. Bocchio & T. Lasser (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Defocus correction in high-NA full-field optical coherence tomography allows in-vivo imaging of individual myelinated fibers in the rat brain cortex [PDF]
J.R.H. Binding & J. Ben Arous & J.F. Leger & M. Casado & P. Topilko & S. Gigan & A.C. Boccara & L. Bourdieu (Institut Langevin "Ondes et Images" / Ecole Normale Superieure, France)
Spatio-temporal control of neuronal activity with holographic photoactivation patterns [PDF]
M. Zahid & M. Velez-Fort & C. Ventalon & E. Papagiakoumou & M.C. Angulo & V. Emiliani (University Paris Descartes, France)
Two-photon holographic microscopy for complex spatio-temporal illumination of neuronal networks [PDF]
F. Difato & M. Dal Maschio & R. Beltramo & A. Blau & F. Benfenati & T. Fellin (Istituto italiano di tecnologia, italy)
Phase microscopy using a Foucault-type wavefront sensor [PDF]
I. Iglesias (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
14:00-15:40
MO-AF1-PAR-E Optical Coherence Microscopy, scattering (Lecture room A704)
3D imaging of bio-film on implant surfaces by detection of scattered light using optical projection tomography [PDF]
M. Heidrich & R.-A. Lorbeer & M.P. Kühnel & T. Lange & A. Winkel & M. Stiesch & H. Meyer & A. Heisterkamp (Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V., Germany)
Contrast modification and image enhancement in coherence probe microscopy [PDF]
B. Heise & S.E. Schausberger & V. Schlager & C. Maurer & S. Bernet & M. Ritsch-Marte & D. Stifter (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria)
In vivo imaging of pathological features of Alzheimer's disease in a mouse model using extended-focus optical coherence microscopy [PDF]
A. Bouwens & T. Bolmont & M. Villiger & C. Pache & P.C. Fraering & T. Lasser (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Coherence-gated Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor insensitive to stray reflections [PDF]
J. Wang & A.G. Podoleanu (School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent, UK)
Modeling of scattering effects in single and two-photon excitation selective plane illumination microscopy [PDF]
Z. Lavagnino & F. Cella Zanacchi & E. Ronzitti & A. Diaspro (IIT - Italian Institute of Technology, Italy)
15:40-16:10Coffee/tea break
16:10-17:50Parallel sessions
16:10-17:50
MO-AF2-PAR-A New developments in (confocal) instrumentation (Audimax)
Advances in ultrafast lasers improve multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
A. Krueger (Newport Spectra-Physics, USA)
Leica HyD for Confocal: An integrated hybrid detector concept for high sensitivity imaging and photon counting [PDF]
J. Schröder & C. Kappel (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH, Germany)
New lasers for biophotonics [PDF]
M. Lang (TOPTICA Photonics AG, Germany)
3D correlative light and scanning electron microscopy: A new tool for systems biology [PDF]
R. Wepf & F. Lucas & P. Gasser & M. Guenthert & M.S. Lucas (EMEZ, ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
16:10-17:50
MO-AF2-PAR-B Fluor. Indicators / combined microscopies (Lecture room A701)
Diffusion and binding analysed with combined point FRAP and FCS [PDF]
K.-B. Im & U. Schmidt & M.-S. Kang & J.-Y. Lee & F. Bestvater & Z. Seghiri & M. Wachsmuth (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany)
Total internal reflection microscopy - Exploiting the scattered light [PDF]
P. von Olshausen & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
Biological interplay between membrane TRPV1 and microtubules revealed by FRET/TICS [PDF]
B. Storti & R. Bizzarri (NEST, Scuola Normale Superiore and CNR Nano, and IIT@NEST, Center for Nanotechnology Innovation, Italy)
Fluorescent probes as tools to investigate plant cell wall architecture by FRAP [PDF]
G. Paës & B. Chabbert (INRA - Reims University, France)
High performance genetically-encoded auto-luminescent Ca2+ indicators, SuperBRACs [PDF]
T. Nagai & Y.F. Chang & K. Saito & K. Horikawa & T. Matsuda (Hokkaido University, Japan)
16:10-17:50
MO-AF2-PAR-C Optical theory and image formation III (Lecture room A703)
Simple and accurate calibration of an adaptive microscope with phase diversity [PDF]
D. Debarre & T. Vieille & E. Beaurepaire (Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences, France)
Adaptive optics for three-dimensional microscopy [PDF]
R. Simmonds & A. Thayil & S. Rahman & T. Wilson & M.J. Booth (Dept. Engineering Science, University of Oxford, UK)
Isotropic focusing with a single objective lens: "ISO microscopy" [PDF]
E. Le Moal & E. Mudry & P.C. Chaumet & P. Ferrand & A. Sentenac (Institut Fresnel, France)
Extraction of depth information in the presence of spherical aberration using double-helix point spread function coding in 3D fluorescence microscopy imaging [PDF]
C. Preza & S. Ghosh & G. Grover & S. Quirin & R. Piestun (The University of Memphis, United States of America)
Improving microscope imaging capabilities using engineered point spread functions and nonlinear processing [PDF]
C.J. Cogswell & R.N. Zahreddine & S.K. Cho & R.H. Cormack (University of Colorado, USA)
16:10-17:50
MO-AF2-PAR-D Holographic patterning, non-linear laser sources (Lecture room A702)
A remote focusing system for 3D holographic stimulation [PDF]
F. Anselmi & C. Ventalon & V. De Sars & D. Ogden & V. Emiliani (University Paris Descartes, France)
Influence of laser optical parameters on 2PP microstructuring of 3D biointerfaces [PDF]
R. Schade & T. Weiss & S. Fiedler & G. Hildebrand & A. Berg & R. Wyrwa & M. Schnabelrauch & K. Liefeith (Institute for Bioprocessing and Analytical Measurement Techniques e.V. (iba), Germany)
Nonlinear endoscopy using a zero dispersive double clad fibre [PDF]
N.P. Ghimire & H. Bao & M. Gu (Swinburne University, Australia)
A new confocal microscope with a supercontinuum laser source for reflectance spectro-microscopy on living and technological specimens [PDF]
F.R. Bertani & E. Botti & F. Cilloco & A. Costanzo & L. Ferrari & S. Selci (Institute of Complex Systems-CNR (ISC-CNR), Italy)
Laser illumination for emerging imaging technologies [PDF]
R. Hobson & J. Dow & R. Kneppers & A. Graham & G. Tsai (Agilent Technologies, United States)
16:10-17:50
MO-AF2-PAR-E Non-linear instrumentation (Lecture room A704)
Time-multiplexed two-photon microscopy using broadband shaped femtosecond pulses [PDF]
G. Labroille & R.S. Pillai & X. Solinas & C. Boudoux & N. Olivier & E. Beaurepaire & M. Joffre (Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences, Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Rapid acquisition and analysis of multiphoton spectral images of in-vivo human skin [PDF]
A.N. Bader & A.M. Pena & F. Fereidouni & J. van Voskuilen & F. Leroy & A. Colonna & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Two photon microscope with fast, digitally controlled 3D-scanning capabilities and maximal photon collection [PDF]
Ch. Seebacher & R. Biandu & M. Geisbauer & R. Daum & R. Uhl (BIZ, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Germany)
Nonlinear optical endoscopy for in vivo 3D superresolution imaging [PDF]
H.C. Bao & N.P. Ghimire & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
Nonlinear miniaturized scanning microscope with spectral detection for in vivo tissue imaging [PDF]
C.J. van Voskuilen & O. Nadiarnykh & N. Mihajlovic & G. Thomas & B.H.W. Hendriks & H.J.C.M. Sterenborg & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
17:50-19:10Poster session I, drinks, nibbles (for posters presented, see below) (Poster area)
19:15-Zeiss evening

Tuesday, April 19

08:00-17:00Registration (Entrance hall, Auditorium Maximum)
09:00-10:20Plenary session
 
TU-MO-PLEN (Audimax)
Photo activated localization microscopy [PDF]
H.F. Hess [invited] (Janelia Farms Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA)
Reverse engineering the brain: which tools are missing? [PDF]
W. Denk [invited] (Max-Planck-Institute for Medical Research, Germany)
10:20-11:00Coffee/Tea Break
11:00-12:40Parallel sessions
11:00-12:40
TU-MO-PAR-A High resolution microscopy III (Audimax)
Image resolution in localization microscopy [PDF]
R.P.J. Nieuwenhuizen & K.A. Lidke & S. Stallinga & B. Rieger (TU Delft, Netherlands)
The effect of movement on the localization precision of single molecules and particles [PDF]
H. Deschout & K. Forier & D. Vercauteren & K. Neyts & K. Braeckmans (Ghent University, Belgium)
Minimizing detection errors in single molecule localization microscopy [PDF]
G.M. Hagen & I. Raska & P. Krizek (Charles University in Prague, First Faculty of Medicine, Czech Republic)
Molecular orientation compromises fluorescence nanoscopy using localization [PDF]
J. Engelhardt & J. Keller & P. Hoyer & M. Reuss & T. Staudt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center Heidelberg, Germany)
Point spread function models in optical nanoscopy [PDF]
S. Stallinga & B. Rieger (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
11:00-12:40
TU-MO-PAR-B Selective plane illumination imaging (SPIM) I (Lecture room A701)
Light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) reduces phototoxic effects and provides new means for the modern life sciences [PDF]
E.H.K. Stelzer (Goethe Universität zu Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
Light sheet based fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) allows long-time observations of Arabidopsis root growth [PDF]
D. von Wangenheim & E.H.K. Stelzer (Physical Biology (FB15), Frankfurt Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (FMLS) Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität zu Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
Microscopy in thick media using self-reconstructing beams [PDF]
A. Rohrbach [invited] (Lab for Bio- and Nano-Photonics, University of Freiburg, Germany)
Dynamic pattern generation for optical manipulation in selective plane illumination microscopy [PDF]
M. Weber & J. Huisken (MPI-CBG Dresden, Germany)
Tissue culture light sheet based fluorescence microscopy recognizes novel cancer drug candidates early on [PDF]
F. Pampaloni & N. Ansari & E.H.K. Stelzer (Physical Biology (FB15), Frankfurt Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (FMLS) Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität zu Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
11:00-12:40
TU-MO-PAR-C Life cell microscopy I (Lecture room A703)
Imaging of DNA damage-induced histone dynamics by dual wavelength multiphoton excitation. [PDF]
M. Tomas & P. Blumhardt & T. Schwarz & A. Leitenstorfer & E. Ferrando-May (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Positive control of cell division: FtsZ is recruited by SsgB during sporulation of Streptomyces [PDF]
J. Willemse & J.W. Borst & E. de Waal & T. Bisseling & G. van Wezel (University of Leiden, Netherlands)
Action potential propagation in T-tubular network [PDF]
L. Sacconi & R. Coppini & J. Lotti & C. Tesi & E. Cerbai & L.M. Loew & C. Poggesi & F.S. Pavone & C. Ferrantini & P. Yan (European Laboratory for Nonlinear Specroscopy (LENS), Italy)
Kinetic framework of spindle checkpoint signaling [PDF]
A.E. Dick & D.W. Gerlich (ETH Zurich, Institute of Biochemistry, Switzerland)
Cellular dynamics of a fluorescent G-protein coupled receptor under physiological conditions [PDF]
L. Faget & X. Rezai & E. Erbs & J.L. Vonesch & Y. Schwab & B.L. Kieffer & D. Massotte (Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire (IGBMC), France)
11:00-12:40
TU-MO-PAR-D Electr. Micr combined, Photohermal micr. (Lecture room A702)
Integrated laser and electron microscopy: Applications in FSHD muscle dystrophy research [PDF]
M.A. Karreman & A.V. Agronskaia & E.G. Van Donselaar & C.E.M. Vocking & S. De Maat & C.T. Verrips & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
High-resolution fluorescence microscopy with direct electron beam excitation [PDF]
Y. Nawa & W. Inami & A. Ono & A. Miyakawa & Y. Kawata & S. Terakawa (Shizuoka University of Japan, Japan)
Bridging the gap between confocal microscopy and transmission electron microscopy using serial block face scanning electron microscopy [PDF]
C.R. Booth & J. Mancuso (Gatan Inc., USA)
Quantitative photothermal microscopy [PDF]
M. Selmke & M. Braun & F. Cichos (Universität Leipzig, Germany)
Photothermal microscopy detects a nanolens [PDF]
M. Braun & M. Selmke & F. Cichos (University Leipzig, Germany)
11:00-12:40
TU-MO-PAR-E Vibrational microscopy I (Lecture room A704)
TCS CARS -label- free imaging at video rate [PDF]
S. Landwehr & V. Krishnamachari & W.C. Hay (Leica Microsystems CMS, Germany)
Raman and fluorescence emission of gold nanorods in live breast cancer cells [PDF]
L. Hartsuiker & W. Petersen & A. Lenferink & S. Manohar & T.G. van Leeuwen & L.W.W.M. Terstappen & C. Otto (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Image enhancement in a widefield CARS microscope [PDF]
A. Jesacher & C. Roider & S. Khan & G. Thalhammer & S. Bernet & M. Ritsch-Marte (Division of Biomedical Physics, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria)
CARS microscopy based on an Er:fiber laser [PDF]
R. Selm & M. Winterhalder & C. Jüngst & A. Zumbusch & G. Krauss & T. Hanke & A. Sell & A. Leitenstorfer (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Study of liver steatosis in a rat model by annular aperture-detected coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy [PDF]
J. Lin & F. Lu & W. Zheng & Z. Huang (National University of SIngapore, Singapore)
12:40-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:40Parallel sessions
14:00-15:40
TU-AF1-PAR-A High resolution microscopy IV (Audimax)
Combined multi-lifetime and multi-color STED microscopy for colocalization applications [PDF]
J. Bückers & D. Wildanger & G. Vicidomini & L. Kastrup & S.W. Hell (MPI for biophysical Chemistry, NanoBiophotonics, Germany)
Solid immersion imaging interferometric nanoscopy to the limits of available frequency space [PDF]
A. Neumann & Y. Kuznetsova & S.R.J. Brueck (CHTM, University of New Mexico, USA)
STED nanoscopy of DNA [PDF]
P. Bingen & F. Persson & T. Staudt & J. Engelhardt & J.O. Tegenfelt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
Performance improvement in CW-STED microscopy by photon discrimination [PDF]
G. Vicidomini & G. Moneron & K.Y. Han & V. Westphal & M. Reuss & J. Engelhardt & J. Eggeling & S.W. Hell (Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Department of Nanobiophotonics, Germany)
Advances in stimulated emission depletion microscopy [PDF]
J. Bewersdorf & T.J. Gould & P.A. Pellett & V.V. Verkhusha (Yale University, USA)
14:00-15:40
TU-AF1-PAR-B Selective plane illumination imaging (SPIM) II (Lecture room A701)
Use of adaptive optics and light sheet microscopy combination for spheroid 3D imaging [PDF]
J.R. Jorand & L.V. Lobjois & M.A. Maandhui & A.J. Andilla & D.B. Ducommun & L.C. Lorenzo (University of Toulouse, CNRS, ITAV UMS3039, France)
Advances in single plane illumination microscopy: Improving the resolution and imaging depth [PDF]
F. Cella Zanacchi & Z. Lavagnino & M. Pesce & M. Faretta & L. Furia & A. Diaspro (Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Italy)
Nuclei-based registration of selective plane illumination microscopy data [PDF]
S. Preibisch & S. Saalfeld & P. Tomancak (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany)
Astigmatic light sheet microscopy allows 3D localization deep inside living cells [PDF]
J.-H. Spille & T. Kaminski & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn, Germany)
High-speed selective plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) [PDF]
J. Huisken (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany)
14:00-15:40
TU-AF1-PAR-C Life cell microscopy II (Lecture room A703)
Structural investigations on cell membranes using using fluorescence polarimetric microscopy [PDF]
P. Ferrand & X. Wang & A. Kress & H. Ranchon & Ph. Refregier & H. Rigneault & S. Brasselet (Institut Fresnel, Aix Marseille University, France)
Live-cell imaging of invadopodia formation with simultaneous phase-shifted laser feedback interference microscopy and fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
B.P. English & J.J. Bravo & J.S. Condeelis & B. Ovryn (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA)
Investigation of mechanical properties of living cells by combined optical microscopy and atomic force microscopy [PDF]
A. Berquand & A. Holloschi & P. Kioshis & M. Hafner (Bruker Nano, Germany)
Hyperdimensional imaging microscopy and tumour imaging [PDF]
A. Esposito & L.D. Cassidy & A.R. Venkitaraman (The Medical Research Council Cancer Cell Unit - Hutchison/MRC Research Centre, UK)
Imaging the effects of elevated intra ocular pressure on Lamina Cribrosa [PDF]
S. Rehman & R.W. Beuerman & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore, Sinagpore)
14:00-15:40
TU-AF1-PAR-D Novel fluorescence techniques (Lecture room A702)
TIRF microscopy with W-shaped axicon mirrors [PDF]
M. Lei & A. Zumbusch (Xi'an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Virtual supercritical angle fluorescence microscopy for real time membrane imaging [PDF]
T. Barroca & K. Balaa & S. Lévêque-Fort & E. Fort (ESPCI ParisTech, France)
Enhancing resolution and efficiency of confocal microscopes using image inversion interferometers [PDF]
K. Wicker & S. Sindbert & R. Heintzman (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany)
Self interference fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M. de Groot & J.F. de Boer (VU University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Long-distance fluorescence detection using stimulated emission [PDF]
T. Dellwig & M.R. Foreman & F.-J. Kao (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
14:00-15:40
TU-AF1-PAR-E Vibrational microscopy II (Lecture room A704)
Polarization resolved coherent Raman microscopy [PDF]
F. Munhoz & S. Brustlein & H. Rigneault & S. Brasselet (Institut Fresnel CNRS, France)
What TERS microscopy can do, SERS cannot [PDF]
S. Kawata (Osaka University, Japan)
3D confocal Raman imaging [PDF]
U. Schmidt & T. Dieing & F. Vargas & A. Jauss & O. Hollricher (WITec GmbH, Germany)
Confocal Raman microscopy and cluster analysis for investigation of biomarker molecules in living cells [PDF]
C. Scalfi-Happ & M. Udart & C. Hauser & A. Rück (Institute for Laser Technologies in Medicine and Metrology (ILM), Germany)
Intracellular uptake, localization and citotoxicity assesment through Raman microscopy [PDF]
I. Llarena & I. Estrela-Lopis & G. Romero & E. Rojas & E. Donath & S.E. Moya (CICbiomaGUNE, Spain)
15:40-16:10Coffee/Tea Break
16:10-17:50Parallel sessions
16:10-17:50
TU-AF2-PAR-A High resolution microscopy V (Audimax)
Characterization of two-photon-switching cross sections for FPALM [PDF]
T.M.P. Hartwich & V.V. Verkhusha & J. Bewersdorf (Yale University, University of Heidelberg, USA)
Super-resolution stochastic fluctuation microscopy - a comparison between SOFI and STORM [PDF]
S. Geissbuehler & C. Dellagiacoma & T. Lasser (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Emitter switching based multicolor nanoscopy and single molecule spectroscopy [PDF]
A. Schönle & I. Testa & D. Wildanger & C. Eggeling & S.W. Hell (Max-Planck-Insititute fpr Biophyscial Chemistry, Germany)
Two-photon excitation intertwined with STED-CW: implications and applications [PDF]
P. Bianchini & B. Harke & S. Galiani & A. Diaspro (Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Italy)
Superresolution photoinduction-inhibied nanolithography (SPIN) in a microsocpe [PDF]
M. Gu [invited] & Y. Cao & Z. Gan & B. Jia & H. Bao (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
16:10-17:50
TU-AF2-PAR-B Single Particle, tracking (Lecture room A701)
Sub-millisecond tracking of cellular nanoscale dynamics in 3D [PDF]
M.F. Juette & J.B. Munro & J. Jin & W. Mothes & J. Bewersdorf (Yale University, Department of Cell Biology, USA)
Single molecule microscopy of transport receptor dynamics at the nuclear pore complex [PDF]
A. Veenendaal & J.P. Siebrasse & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn, Germany)
Dual colour single particle tracking and dynamic colocalization for intracellular trafficking of nanomedicines [PDF]
D. Vercauteren & H. Deschout & A.T. Jones & J.F.J. Engbersen & S.C. De Smedt & K. Braeckmans (Ghent University, Belgium)
Fluorescence single particle tracking for sizing of nanoparticles in undiluted biological fluids [PDF]
K. Braeckmans & K. Buyens & W. Bouquet-Geerardyn & C. Vervaet & P. Joye & F. De Vos & L. Plawinski & E. Angles-Cano (Ghent University, Belgium)
High-density single molecule mapping on live neurons give new insights into sub-diffraction organization of Postsynaptic molecules [PDF]
D. Nair & E. Hosy & J.B. Sibarita & D. Choquet (UMR 5297 CNRS,Université Bordeaux Segalen, France)
16:10-17:50
TU-AF2-PAR-C Cell viability, standardisation, polymeer/liquid imaging (Lecture room A703)
CW STED microscopy - Cell viability and repulsive forces exerted by the sted laser beam [PDF]
J. Kwiatek [invited] & A. Pierzyńska-Mach & P. Rybak & M. Zawrotniak & J.W. Dobrucki (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Light exposure and cell viabiliy in fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
H. Schneckenburger & P. Weber & M. Wagner & S. Schickinger & T. Bruns & W.S.L. Strauss & R. Wittig (Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
A simple technique of standardization of microscopy imaging for quantitative studies and quality control [PDF]
T. Bernas & J. Latasiewicz & J.H.M. Prehn & J. Dobrucki (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Ireland)
High temperature single molecule fluorescence microscopy studies of the glass transition in thin polymer films [PDF]
D. Wöll & B. Flier & M. Baier & S. Mecking & A. Zumbusch (University of Konstanz, Germany)
High-resolution imaging in liquid by electron-beam excitation assisted (EXA) microscope [PDF]
W. Inami & N. Nawa & A. Chiba & A. Ono & A. Miyakawa & Y. Kawata & S. Terakawa (Shizuoka University, Japan)
16:10-17:50
TU-AF2-PAR-D FLIM analysis/instrumentation (Lecture room A702)
Multiwavelength FLIM: New applications and algorithms [PDF]
A. Rueck & F. Dolp & D. Strat & S. Lorenz & B. von Einem & C. von Arnim (Institut for Lasertechnilogies, Germany)
Analysis of time-gated FLIM data by means of the phasor approach [PDF]
F. Fereidouni & D.J. van den Heuvel & J. Voortman & E. Hofman & H.C. Gerritsen (University of utrecht, The Netherlands)
Digital frequency domain for fast FLIM measurements and phasor analysis : Applications to Cerulean-Venus FRET pairs [PDF]
S.-C. Liao & M. vandeVen & A. Periasamy & E. Gratton & B. Barbieri (Hasselt University /ISS, IL)
Uptake of Cu(II) visualized by FLIM [PDF]
G. Jung & D. Auerbach & B. Hoetzer (Saarland University, Germany)
Lambda square mapping and FLIM: Explore photonic landscapes with the TCS SP5X [PDF]
L. Kuschel (Leica Microsystems GmbH, Germany)
16:10-17:50
TU-AF2-PAR-E Vibrational microscopy III (Lecture room A 704)
Raman microscope imaging of cell apoptosis [PDF]
M. Okada & K. Fujita & N.I. Smith & S. Kawata (University of Osaka, Japan)
Nonlinear pulse shaping for coherent Raman microscopy [PDF]
E.R. Andresen & J. Dudley & D. Oron & C. Finot & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel CNRS, France)
Differential CARS microscopy [PDF]
W. Langbein & I. Rocha-Mendoza & I. Pope & C. Di Napoli & F. Masia & P. Watson & P. Borri (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)
Hyperspectral CARS imaging [PDF]
S. Gomes da Costa & G. Hehl & A. Volkmer (3rd Institute of Physics, University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Phase contrast in wide field coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy [PDF]
P. Berto & D. Gachet & S. Monneret & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel CNRS, France)
17:50-19:10Poster session II, drinks, nibbles (for posters presented, see below) (Poster area)
19:15-Leica evening

Wednesday, April 20

08:00-14:00Registration (Entrance hall, Auditorium Maximum)
9:00-10:40Parallel sessions
9:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-A High resolution VI, biological applications (Audimax)
3D visualization of mitochondrial network and mtDNA nucleoids at 30 nm by biplane FPALM microscopy [PDF]
P. Jezek & A. Dlaskova & J. Santorova & T. Spacek & K. Smolkova & J. Tauber & M.J. Mlodzianoski & J Bewersdorf (Institute of Physiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Dept.75, Czech Republic)
Super-resolution imaging and cluster analysis of proteins at the cell membrane [PDF]
A. Magenau & D. Owen & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
In-vivo dSTORM imaging of pathogenic protein aggregation [PDF]
G.S. Kaminski & S. Linde & M. Erdelyi & E.K. Esbjörner & T. Klein & E.J. Rees & M. Sauer & C.F. Kaminski (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Quantitative analysis of HIV-1 Gag clusters and the impact of fluorescently labelled Gag [PDF]
J. Gunzenhäuser & S Manley (EPFL IPSB LEB, Switzerland)
Visualization of nanoscopic membrane signalling domains by single molecule localisation microscopy [PDF]
D. Baddeley & I. Jayasinghe & C. Kong & D. Crossman & J. Cheyne & J. Montgomery & M.B. Cannell & C. Soeller (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
9:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-B Image analysis I (Lecture room A701)
Automatic identification of relevant tissue sections in histological whole-slide images [PDF]
A. Homeyer & A. Schenk & U. Dahmen & O. Dirsch & H. Jin & H.O. Peitgen (Fraunhofer MEVIS, Germany)
Fast and automatic nuclei extraction from cluttered images in 3D confocal microscopy [PDF]
A. Dufour & S. Pop & J.C. Olivo-Marin (Institut Pasteur, France)
Advanced software for multi-purpose, intelligent confocal image recording, the zen macro library [PDF]
S. Jin & I. Bierschenk & A. Naumann & S. Lienkamp & E. Groot & R. Bensch & O. Ronneberger & R. Nitschke (Life Imaging Center University Freiburg, Germany)
A 3D texture analysis technique for the study of collagen matrix in articular cartilage and scoring osteoarthritis [PDF]
X. Duan & J. Wu & T.B. Kirk (University of Western Australia, Australia)
Visualization and perception in fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
K. Wawrowsky (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA)
9:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-C Adaptive optics, tomography (Lecture room A703)
Adaptive-optics multiphoton microscopy of femtosecond intrastromal corneal ablation [PDF]
J.M. Bueno & E.J. Gualda & J.R. Vazquez de Aldana & M.C. Martinez-Garcia & L. Roso & P. Artal (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
Multi-stars adaptive optics for fluorescence wide field microscopy [PDF]
P. Vermeulen & E. Muro & T. Pons & V. Loriette & A. Fragola (Laboratoire de Physique et d'Etude des Materiaux LPEM ESPCI, France)
Tomographic diffractive microscopy with transmission and reflection modes [PDF]
L. Hui & B. Simon & M. Debailleul & J. Bailleul & J.J. Delaunay & O. Haeberlé (Laboratory MIPS - Université de Haute-Alsace, France)
Tomographic diffractive microscopy: Towards quantitative high resolution 3D imaging [PDF]
Y. Ruan & P. Bon & E. Mudry & G. Maire & P. Chaumet & H. Giovannini & K. Belkebir & A. Talneau (Institut Fresnel Aix-Marseille universite, France)
Sub-diffraction optical lithography based on a CW STED setup with two-photon excitation [PDF]
B. Harke & P. Bianchini & F. Brandi & A. Diaspro (Italian Institute of Technology, Dept. Nanophysics, Genova, Italy, Italy)
9:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-D Fluorescence anisotropy/FCS (Lecture room A702)
Implementation of time resolved anisotropy imaging on a total internal reflection fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope [PDF]
V. Devauges & C. Marquer & S. Lecart & M.C. Potier & E. Fort & S. Leveque-Fort (ISMO-CNRS, France)
Fluorescence lifetimes, anisotropy and FRAP recovery curves measured simultaneously in living cells [PDF]
J.A. Levitt & P.-H. Chung & K. Suhling (King's College London, UK)
Correlating membrane lipid order and protein diffusion using quantitative laurdan imaging and fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
D.M. Owen & D. Williamson & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Imaging total internal reflection fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (ITIR-FCS) as a tool to measure membrane dynamics and organization over large areas [PDF]
T. Wohland & J. Sankaran & N. Bag (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Spatially resolved fluorescence correlation spectroscopy in living cells [PDF]
J. Capoulade & M. Wachsmuth & M. Knop (European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany)
9:00-10:40
WE-MO1-PAR-E Vibrational microscopy IV (Lecture room A704)
[double slot] Broadband CARS microscopy: Label-free chemical imaging for biology [PDF]
M.T. Cicerone [invited] & Y.J. Lee & K.H. Aamer (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)
Double clad hollow core fiber for coherent Raman microendoscopy [PDF]
S. Brustlein & P. Berto & P. Ferrand & A. Muir & J. Knight & C. Billaudeau & D. Marguet & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel CNRS, France)
Clinical multimodal CARS tomography [PDF]
K. Koenig & G. Breunig & J. Lademann (Saarland University, Germany)
Molecular order symmetries investigated by resonant (CARS, SRS) and non resonsnt (FWM, SHG) nonlinear polarization microscopy [PDF]
J. Duboisset & F. Munhoz & F.-Z. Bioud & P. Réfrégier & S. Brasselet & H. Rigneault (Institut Fresnel, France)
10:40-11:20Coffee/tea break (Exhibition area)
11:20-13:00Parallel sessions
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-A High resolution VII, biological applications (Audimax)
Functional nuclear topology analyzed with 3-dimensional structured illumination microscopy (3D-SIM) [PDF]
L. Schermelleh & Y. Markaki & D. Eick & M.C. Cardoso & T. Cremer & H. Leonhardt (LMU Biocenter, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany)
Localization-based super-resolution microscopy for quantitative and dynamic studies of membrane receptors [PDF]
M. Heidbreder & U. Endesfelder & S. Malkusch & M. Heilemann (Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg, Germany)
STED microscopy deep inside living brain slices [PDF]
K.I. Willig & N. Urban & U.V. Nägerl & S.W. Hell (MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
Fast optical sectioning with superresolution on cell membranes using metal-dielectric coated coverslips [PDF]
K. Elsayad & A. Urich & M. Nemethova & J.V. Small & K. Unterrainer & K.G. Heinze (IMP - Institute of Molecular Pathology, Austria)
Investigation of cellular components with ground state depletion microscopy followed by individual molecule return [PDF]
A. Elli & T. Straube & W. Ackermann & R. Jacob (Philipps-University of Marburg, Department of Cell Biology and Cell Pathology, Germany)
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-B Image analysis II (Lecture room A701)
Thick samples image improvement from image aberration function correction [PDF]
B. Wattellier & I. Doudet (Phasics SA, France)
Image restoration of phase modulated EDF-microscopy images by an artifical neural network approach [PDF]
I.E. Beckers (Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin (BHT), Germany)
Acquisition and analysis of fast FLIM data for FRET applications [PDF]
M. Kregel (Lambert Instruments, The Netherlands)
K-means cluster based tracking algorithm implemented for two and three dimensional microscopy data [PDF]
D.A. Hughes & M. Chuai & C.J. Weijer (University of Dundee, United Kingdom)
Automated image processing for the analysis of DNA repair dynamics [PDF]
T. Rieß & C. Dietz & M. Tomas & E. Ferrando-May & D. Merhof (University of Konstanz, Germany)
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-C Manipulation, tracking,dissection, data storage (Lecture room A703)
Single molecule microscopy: From nanodiamonds to nanomanipulation [PDF]
B. Krämer & F. Koberling & M. König & V. Buschmann & M. Wahl & O. Schulz & R. Ros & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH, Germany)
Microscope-based orientation and sorting of biological objects with optical tweezers and forward scattered light [PDF]
B. Landenberger & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
Fully automated tracking of chloroplasts in elodea leaf cells from 4D image data [PDF]
J. Zimmermann & F. Leiss & F. Sieckmann (Definiens AG, Germany)
Laser microdissection platform for the study of functional interconnectivity and regeneration in neural networks. [PDF]
F. Difato & M. Dal Maschio & E. Marconi & A. Maccione & L. Berdondini & E. Chieregatti & F. Benfenati & A. Blau (Istituto italiano di tecnologia, italy)
Semiconductor nanorods for optical data storage applications [PDF]
M. Scotto d'Abbusco & W. Dallari & M. Allione & A. Athanassiou & R. Cingolani & M. Zanella & L. Manna & A. Diaspro (Italian Institute of Technology, Italy)
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-D FCS, fluor. modes, high content (Lecture room A702)
Advanced time-resolved fluorescence techniques enable for high-resolution deep-tissue FLIM imaging [PDF]
S. Orthaus & B. Krämer & M. König & V. Buschmann & F. Koberling & U. Ortmann & R. Erdmann (PicoQuant GmbH, Germany)
Optically sectioned fluorescence imaging with HiLo [PDF]
T.N. Ford & D. Lim & K.K. Chu & J. Mertz (Boston University, USA)
Fluorescence antibunching microscopy [PDF]
O. Schwartz & D. Oron (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy as tool for high-content-screening in yeast (HCS-FCS) [PDF]
C. Wood & J. Huff & W. Marshall & E. Yu & J. Unruh & B. Slaughter & W. Wiegraebe (Stowers Institute for Medical Research, USA)
MAPK-signaling - quantification of protein interaction networks in vivo using FCCS in a high throughput analysis platform [PDF]
S. Trautmann & S. Sasnouski & A. Kaufmann & M. Escudero & C. Conrad & M. Wachsmuth & M. Knop (EMBL Heidelberg, Germany)
11:20-13:00
WE-MO2-PAR-E Vibrational microscopy V (Lecture room A704)
[double slot] High performance multimodal CARS microscopy for hoi polloi [PDF]
A. Stolow [invited] (Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, National Research Council Canada, Canada)
Application of a turn-key CARS system to study lipid droplet dynamics in yeast and mammalian cells [PDF]
H. Wolinski & M. Pöschl & A. Lass & R. Zimmermann & S.D. Kohlwein (University of Graz, Austria)
Monitoring intra-cellular lipid metabolism in macrophages by Raman and CARS microscopy [PDF]
C. Matthäus & G. Bergner & B. Dietzek & C. Krafft & S. Lorkowski & J. Popp (Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany)
Neuronal cell growth on polymeric scaffolds studied by CARS Microscopy [PDF]
A. Enejder & H. Fink & I. Cebi & R. Motalleb & G. Kuhn (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
13:10-14:20Lunch break
14:20-15:15Plenary lecture and closing
 
WE-AF-PLEN (Audimax)
Super-resolution fluorescence imaging of cellular structure and organization with standard dyes [PDF]
M. Sauer [invited] (Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzburg, Germany)
15:15Conference excursion: boarding busses
15:45-17:30Konstanz city visit, Roman antiquities
17:30-21:00Conference Dinner, Konsil

Monday, April 18, 17:50-19:10 (poster session I)

Posters I-A: Life sciences I
 
P1-A
Visualization of protein release from mitochondria using YFP-fragment spontaneous complementation in living organisms [PDF]
Y. Nasu & M. Takeuchi & T. Ozawa (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Intracellular uptake of E combretastatins by fluorescence lifetime imaging [PDF]
R.H. Bisby & J.A. Hadfield & A.T. McGown & K.M. Scherer & S.W. Botchway & A.W. Parker (University of Salford, UK)
Phototoxic effects exerted by Ru(phen)32+ on plasma membranes of live cells [PDF]
M. Zarębski & M. Kordon & J.W. Dobrucki (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Direct monitoring of the inhibition of protein-Protein interactions in cells by translocation of PKCd fusion proteins [PDF]
K.-B. Lee & J.M. Hwang & J.-S. Choi & J. Rho & G.-H. Kim & S.I. Kim & S. Kim & Z.-W. Lee (Division of Life Science Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI), Korea)
Evidence for neuroepithelial bodies (NEBs) as mechanotransducers in the intrapulmonary airway epithelium: A multilabel immunohistochemical and live cell imaging study [PDF]
R. Lembrechts & I. Brouns & K. Schnorbusch & J.-P. Timmermans & D. Adriaensen & I. Pintelon (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Using genetically encoded fluorescent probes to analyze phosphoinositide-dynamics in living cells [PDF]
C.R. Halaszovich & D. Oliver (Philipps-Universität Marburg, Inst. f. Physiologie, Germany)
Pulmonary neuroepithelial bodies (NEBs)express GABAergic markers: a new way of identifying NEBs for live cell imaging [PDF]
K. Schnorbusch & R. Lembrechts & I. Pintelon & J.-P. Timmermans & D. Adriaensen & I. Brouns (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
Fast 3D 2-photon calcium imaging in the antennal lobe of drosophila [PDF]
J.H. Proske & M. Strauch & A.F. Silbering & F. Helmchen & C.G. Galizia (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Anther locule of Zea mays and Cyperus pilosa [PDF]
C.-H. Tsou & Y.-L. Fu & H.-R. Yen & C.-M. Tseng & P.-C. Cheng (Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Taiwan)
Giardia lamblia: identification of a carbohydrate positive vesicle in encysting cells [PDF]
V. Midlej & M. Benchimol (University Santa Ursula, Brazil)
The effect of mild and moderate hypothermia on normal human osteoblast cell cytoskeleton [PDF]
A. Mohd Din & G.R. Anisah Froemming (University Teknologi MARA, Malaysia)
Imaging cellular organelles using photoswiching-based super-resolution microscopy [PDF]
N. Olivier & G. Lukinavicius & K. Johnsson & S. Manley (EPFL, Switzerland)
Single particle tracking to evaluate the diffusive properties of nanoscopic drug carriers in vitreous humor [PDF]
T.F. Martens & D. Vercauteren & K. Forier & K. Remaut & S.C. De Smedt & K. Braeckmans (Ghent University, Belgium)
Colocalization analysis of mutant and wildtype desmin using dual color photoactivation localization microscopy [PDF]
P.N. Hedde & A. Brodehl & S. Gayda & J. Gummert & H. Milting & G.U. Nienhaus (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)
An integrated microscopy approach to study the potential embryotoxicity of metal nanoparticles [PDF]
U. Fascio & N. Santo & R. Bacchetta & P. Mantecca & E. Moschini & M. Camatini (University of Milan, Italy)
Single molecule investigations of the stringent response machinery in living bacterial cells [PDF]
B.P. English & A. Sanamrad & V. Hauryliuk & S. Tankov & N. Dekker & J. Elf (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Fluorescence microscopy as a tool to study the transport of molecules and nanoparticles in bacterial biofilms and cystic fibrosis sputum [PDF]
K. Forier & A.-S. Messiaen & S. Celen & S. Van Calenbergh & S. De Smedt & J. Demeester & T. Coenye & K. Braeckmans (Ghent University, Belgium)
Cell sorter for biological objects [PDF]
M. Šerý & J. Ježek & Z. Pilát & P. Zemánek (Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i., Czech Republic)
In vivo photobleaching techniques show that mRNA cycles through stress granules [PDF]
A. van der Laan & A. van Gemert & J. Noordermeer & L. Fradkin & H. Tanke & C. Jost (Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands)
FRAP analysis to study cytoskeleton dynamics [PDF]
N. Barba & C. Nogués & H. Monton & M. Roldán (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain)
Intravital fluorescence lifetime microscopy and endoscopy for imaging of direct protein-protein interactions [PDF]
G. Fruhwirth & S. Poland & A. Brock & S. Ameer-Beg & F. Festy & T. Ng (Richard Dimbleby Department, Division of Cancer Studies and Comprehensive Cancer Imaging Centre, King's College London, United Kingdom)
Super-resolution of the neuronal cytoskeleton with structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
A. Marx & P. Bankhead & U. Engel (COS and Bioquant, Nikon Imaging Center, Excellence Cluster CellNetworks, University of Heidelberg, Germany)
In vivo two-photon calcium imaging with single neuron resolution in the honeybee [PDF]
J. Stierle & C. Galizia & P. Szyszka (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Assessment of functional characteristics of plaque-associated microvasculature in murine models of atherosclerosis by in vivo multiphoton imaging [PDF]
T. Rademakers & K. Douma & T.M. Hackeng & E.A.L. Biessen & M.J. Post & S. Heeneman & M.A.M.J. van Zandvoort (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
Point scanning and structured-illumination multi-photon and confocal microscopy of human hair follicles and skin [PDF]
Z. Cseresnyes & R. Niesner & J. Kloepper & R. Paus & A. Sporbert (Confocal and 2-Photon Microscopy Core Facility, Germany)
Origin of bulk third harmonic generation in skin cells [PDF]
T.-Y. Su & C.-S. Liao & C.-Y. Yang & Z.-Y. Zhuo & S.-Y. Chen & S.-W. Chu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan R.O.C)
Imaging of nitric oxide directly in cells and arteries with a copper (II) fluorescent probe and two-photon microscopy [PDF]
M. Ghosh & N.M.S. van den Akker & C. Weber & D.G.M. Molin & A.M.J. van Zandvoort (University of Maastricht, The Netherlands)
In vivo optical virtual biopsy study of skin aging by using higher harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
S.-Y. Chen & Y.-H. Liao & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
3-D visualization and analysis of intact bone marrow by confocal and multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
T. Takaku & D. Malide & R. Calado & J. Chen & S. Kajigaya & N.S. Young (National Heart, Lung, Blood Institute, USA)
The ratio of unsaturated-to-saturated lipids in animal tissues using Raman spectroscopy [PDF]
S. Bernatová & Z. Pilát & O. Samek & P. Zemánek (Institute of Scientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i, Czech Republic)
Marker free fluorescence microscopy for detection of malignant cells [PDF]
M. Wagner & P. Weber & M. Brantsch & P. Biller & W. Kessler & H. Schneckenburger (Aalen University, Germany)
TPEF microscopy for visualization of intratissue micromachining on human crystalline lenses [PDF]
E.J. Gualda & O. Olarte & P. Loza-Alvarez & R. Michael & G. Montenegro & C. Gordillo & R.I. Barraquer (ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain)
Tracking of DNA in live cells after electroporation [PDF]
C. Rosazza & M.-P. Rols & A. Zumbusch (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Posters I-B: High resolution I
 
P1-B
High-resolution imaging of nestin-expressing stem cells in hair follicles [PDF]
A. Uchugonova & R. Hoffman & K. König (Saarland University, Germany)
High resolution microscopy of the human retinal pigment epithelium using structured illumination [PDF]
G. Best & T. Ach & S. Dithmar & C. Cremer (Heidelberg University, Germany)
STED nanoscopy of DNA [PDF]
P. Bingen & F. Persson & T. Staudt & J. Engelhardt & J.O. Tegenfelt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
STED microscopy on mitochondria: the nanoscale distribution of the TOM-complexes correlates to the cell's physiological activity [PDF]
C.A. Wurm & D. Neumann & M.A. Lauterbach & B. Harke & A. Egner & S.W. Hell & S. Jakobs (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Dept. of NanoBiophotonics, Germany)
Superresolution 3D imaging of reflecting and multicolor fluorescent objects in video-confocal microscopy [PDF]
P.A. Benedetti (INO and IPCF - CNR, Italy)
Scattered light imaging beyond the diffraction limit with structured illumination [PDF]
S.Y. Chiang & B.J. Chang (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan)
Posters I-C: Optical theory and image formation
 
P1-C
Phase stepping jitter in structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
C. Righolt & S. Stallinga (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Investigating the use of structured-illumination microscopy as implemented in the Zeiss apotome attachement to image thick lung tissue slices [PDF]
C. Preza & S. Yuan & M.H. Sporer & A. Mukherjee & L.M. Crosby & C.M. Waters (The University of Memphis, United States of America)
PSI-kernel: an equivalent of the point-spread function for phase microscopes [PDF]
S.B. Mehta & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Using a vector slepian basis in high numerical aperture focusing [PDF]
K. Jahn & N. Bokor (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
3D depth variant PSF analysis and interpolation using Zernike moments [PDF]
E. Maalouf & B. Colicchio & C. Truck & A. Dieterlen (University of Haute-Alsace, France)
Axial segmentation of 3D images through syntetic-apodization integral-imaging microscopy [PDF]
H. Navarro & M. Martinez-Corral & B. Javidi & E. Sanchez-Ortiga & A. Doblas & G. Saavedra (University of Valencia, Spain)
Analysis of bend propagation in live sea-urchin axonemes using a dark-field microscope [PDF]
S.B. Mehta & N. Noda & C.J.R. Sheppard & R. Oldenbourg (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Tomographic diffraction microscopy in the multiple scattering regime [PDF]
J. Girard & G. Maire & K. Belkebir & H. Giovannini & P. Chaumet & A. Sentenac (Aix Marseille university, France)
Mirror-assisted tomographic diffraction microscopy with isotropic resolution [PDF]
E. Mudry & P. Chaumet & K. Belkebir & G. Maire & A. Sentenac (Aix Marseille university, france)
Posters I-D: General microscopies
 
P1-D
Fluorescence and refractive index imaging by a localized surface plasmon microscope with annular pupil illumination [PDF]
G. Terakado & J. Ning & H. Kano (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
Far-field autofluorescence nanoscopy [PDF]
J. Bierwagen & I. Testa & J. Fölling & D. Wenzel & S. Jakobs & C. Eggeling & S.W. Hell (MPI for biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
The EMBL's monolithic light-sheet fluorescence microscope (LSFM) [PDF]
P. Theer (European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Germany)
Zeeman laser scanning confocal fluorescence microscope [PDF]
J.-S. Wu & L.-D. Chou & C. Chou (Chang Gung University, Taiwan (R.O.C.))
Wavelength scanning spectral detector for flexible and high spectral resolution multi-color confocal microscope [PDF]
D.H. Do & W.H. Chun & S.H. Kim & D.G. Gweon (KAIST, South Korea)
On use of focus criteria in optical microscopy applications [PDF]
S. Vertu & R. Köning & J. Flügge (PTB (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt), Germany)
Do microscopists need power meters for quantitative microscopy? [PDF]
J. Jonkman & K.K. Aswani (Princess Margaret Hospital, Canada)
Programmable array fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy/microscopy using TCSPC [PDF]
D.R. Matthews & J. Barbeau & J. Whitacker & S. Poland & G. Fruhwirth & T. Ng & S. Ameer-Beg (King's College London, UK)
AOD-based two-photon scanning with high spatial and temporal resolution [PDF]
U. Leischner & H.A. Henning & X. Chen & A. Konnerth (Institute of Neuroscience, TU-München, Germany)
Multi-modal confocal endo-microscope for natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES) [PDF]
Y.-D. Kim & M. Ahn & D.-G. Gweon (KAIST, Korea)
A novel optical scanner based on blue-ray DVD pick-up head for analysis of multifunctional bio-information [PDF]
H.-C. Yu & H.-C. Lyu & Y.-C. Lee & J.-J. Ju & F.-J. Kao (Electronics and Opto-electronics Research Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan)
Scanning and non-scanning surface plasmon microscopy of refractive index distribution on a metal surface [PDF]
F. Kawata & R. Miyazaki & G. Terakado & K. Watanabe & H. Kano (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
Quantitative relation between molecular weight and diffusion coefficient of small molecules with dual-focus fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
A. Loman & J.-P. Knemeyer & I. Gregor & J. Enderlein (University of Göttingen, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany)
3D Two-photon microscopy using an electrically tunable lens [PDF]
F.F. Voigt & B.F. Grewe & M. van 't Hoff & F. Helmchen (Department of Neurophysiology, Brain Research Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Posters I-E: Light souces, (nano) particles, various
 
P1-E
Heat generation in gold nanorods through absorption of broadband supercontinuum light [PDF]
W. Tao & H. Bao & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
Large scale structure analysis of colloidal systems using optical microscopy [PDF]
A. Reinmüller & R. Biehl & A. Barreira Fontecha & H. König & J. Marques Hueso & T. Palberg & H.J. Schöpe (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany)
Optical microscopy of charged colloidal model systems [PDF]
A. Lederer & A. Reinmüller & H.J. Schöpe & T. Palberg (University of Mainz, Germany)
Microscopy for ultra-fine grained bulk solids made from colloidal spheres [PDF]
R. Beyer & I. Lorenčak & N. Lorenz & E. Vilanova-Vidal & A. Stipp & R. Biehl & H.-J. Schöpe & T. Palberg (University of Mainz, Germany)
Nanoparticle concentration measurements using fluorescence single particle tracking [PDF]
M. Röding & H. Deschout & K. Braeckmans & M. Rudemo (Chalmers University of Technology and Gothenburg University, Sweden)
Characterization of dynamics and photophysical processes in gold nanoparticles by correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
A. Sato & M. Leutenegger & S. Geissbühler & N. Bocchio & A. Bouwens & T. Lasser (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
Characterization of individual gold nano particles for bio-medical applications [PDF]
A.T.M. Lenferink & L. Hartsuiker & W. Petersen & S. Manohar & C. Otto (university of Twente, Netherlands)
Design and validation of a new confocal FRET polarization anisotropy microscope [PDF]
F. Tobias & R. Khan & M. Durante & B. Jakob & G. Taucher-Scholz (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Germany)
Modulated all-solid-state CCD camera for FLIM [PDF]
Q. Zhao & I.T. Young & B. Schelen & R. Schouten & R. van den Oever & H. van Kuijk & I. Peters & F. Polderdijk & J. Bosiers & K. Jalink & S. de Jong & B. van Geest & K. Stoop (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Study of the 3D repartition of vesicles normalized by the distance to the cell periphery [PDF]
P. Paul-Gilloteaux & E. Padovan & C. Hivroz (Institut Curie/ CNRS, France)
Photothermal microscopy: New experimental perspectives from a quantitative theory [PDF]
M. Braun & M. Selmke & F. Cichos (University of Leipzig, Germany)
Two photon excitation imaging used to investigate photonic quantum ring lasers [PDF]
R. Hristu & S.G Stanciu & G.A. Stanciu (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania)
New results in laser sectioning of non-decalcified non-embedded bone samples for histology [PDF]
F. Will & H. Richter (Rowiak GmbH, Germany)

Tuesday, April 19, 17:50-19:10 (poster session II)

Posters II-A: Life sciences II
 
P2-A
Determining the refractive index of articular cartilage using confocal microscopy [PDF]
K.Y. Wang & J.P. Wu & T.B. Kirk (University of Western Australia, Australia)
Evaluation of the spectral properties of luminescent conjugated oligothiophenes (LCOs) [PDF]
C. Liebig & G. Bayraktar & N. Reitan & S. Nyström & M. Jucker & B. Wegenast-Braun (Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research, Department of Cellular Neurology, Germany)
Confocal laser scanning microscopy in nanobiosensing [PDF]
H. Montón & S. Marín & G. Aragay & A. de la Escosura & M. Guix & C. Nogués & A. Merkoçi (Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Spain)
[P2-A04] Cancelled
Qualitative and quantitative cytogenetic analysis of plant cell cycle [PDF]
A. Braszewska-Zalewska & M. Dydak & J. Maluszynska (Department of Plant Anatomy and Cytology, University of Silesia, Poland)
Removal of fluorescently-labeled sensory-neurosecretory cells from forebrain of transgenic Medaka embryos [PDF]
F. Will & S. Przemeck & K. Tessmar-Raible & K. Schipany (Rowiak GmbH, Germany)
Oxidative stress and mitochondrial nucleoids remodeling visualized by confocal microscopy [PDF]
J. Santorova & A. Dlaskova & J. Tauber & T. Spacek & P. Jezek (Institute of Physiology, Dept.75, Czech Republic)
In situ microscopic visualization and quantification of inorganic polyphosphate stores by 4',6-Diamidino-2-Phenylindole (DAPI)-stainning [PDF]
F.M. Gomes & I.B. Ramos & W. Girard-Dias & E.A. Machado & K. Miranda (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Fragmented mitochondrial network as a result of glycoxidative stress in pancreatic beta cells [PDF]
Lydie Plecitá & A. Dlasková & J. Šantorová & T. Špaček & M. Lessard & J. Bewersdorf & P. Ježek (Institute of Physiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
Investigation of morphology and burst release of Colchicine loaded PLGA films [PDF]
S.-H. Guo & Y.-P. Yang (National Ilan University, Taiwan)
3D plant nucleus structure studied with image cytometry [PDF]
H. Sas Nowosielska & T. Bernas & J. Maluszynska (University of Silesia, Poland)
Discerning viability of excised live liver tissues [PDF]
S. Fujisawa & M. Turkekul & Y. Romin & N. Fan & C.T. Sofocleous & K. Manova (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Molecular Cytology Core Facility, USA)
Fluorescence lifetime filtered raster image correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
B. De Clercq & M. Ameloot (Hasselt University (BIOMED), Belgium)
Temporal resolution and fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET)-based subcellular visualization of receptor signaling [PDF]
A. Buntru & C.R. Hauck (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Low expression PALM-like observation of dually tagged Talin molecules [PDF]
F. Margadant & L. Chew & X. Hu & M. Sheetz (MechanoBiology Institute(MBI), Singapore, Singapore)
Tunable time-resolved stimulated emission depletion microscopy for dynamic imaging at the sub cellular scale [PDF]
S. Sivankutty & G. Dupuis & S. Lécart & C. Lefumeux & F. Druon & P. Georges & A. Dubois & S. Lévêque-Fort (Institut des Sciences Moleculaires, Orsay, France)
Radiationless deactivation of doubly thiazole orange labeled DNA [PDF]
H.-S. Shin & C.-G. Pack & Y. Sako & A. Okamoto & S.Y. Kim & S.W. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
Using fluorescence for study of GPCR-systems [PDF]
S. Kopanchuk & O. Mazina & K. Ojamäe & R. Reinart & L. Tõntson & S. Veiksina & I. Viil & A. Rinken (University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Institute of Chemistry, Estonia)
Imaging bioactive peptides with model membranes [PDF]
K. Scherer & C. Wallner & C. Ciobanasu & K. Lohner & I. Wiedemann & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn, Germany)
Paradoxical pattern of rna staining with pyronin y in live and intact cells - The role of fluorescence quenching and photobleaching [PDF]
P. Rybak & J. Kwiatek & A. Pierzyńska-Mach & M. Zawrotniak & J.W. Dobrucki (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Study of early DNA damage response dynamics after charged particle irradiation by beamline microscopy [PDF]
B. Jakob & F. Tobias & R. Khan & M. Durante & G. Taucher-Scholz (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, Germany)
SHG imaging of collagen liquid crystals [PDF]
A. Deniset-Besseau & P. De Sa Peixoto & G. Mosser & M.-C. Schanne-Klein (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Monitoring micrometer-scale collagen organization in tendon upon mechanical strain by use of SHG microscopy [PDF]
I. Gusachenko & Y. Goulam Houssen & G. Latour & V. Tran & J.-M. Allain & M.-C. Schanne-Klein (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Collagen structure of kangaroo articular cartilage imaged by SHG microscopy [PDF]
B. He & J. Wu & T.B. Kirk (University of Western Australia, Australia)
Second and third harmonic microscopy of isolated arterioles [PDF]
F. Kellner & M. Schubert & U. Pohl & S. Dietzel (Walter Brendel Zentrum für Experimentelle Medizin, Germany)
3D-Tracking of lipid droplets in living cells using CARS microscopy [PDF]
C. Jüngst & R. Selm & M. Winterhalder & A. Zumbusch (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Multimodal nonlinear imaging of human corneas [PDF]
N. Olivier & G. Latour & F. Aptel & A. Deniset-Besseau & J.M. Legeais & K. Plamann & M.C. Schanne-Klein & E. Beaurepaire (Ecole Polytechnique CNRS, France)
Selective staining for subcellular structures by carbazole-Based cyanine probes in nonlinear optical microscopy [PDF]
M.-L. Zheng & K. Fujita & W.-Q. Chen & X.-M. Duan & S. Kawata (Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P. R. China)
Degradation of images acquired by confocal microscopy in different depths of biological specimens [PDF]
O. Chernyavskiy & L. Kubínová (Institute of Physiology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic v.v.i., Czech Republic)
Quantitative microfluorimetry: Free radical production and statistical multiparametric analysis of dying cells [PDF]
T. Rharass & A.-C. Ribou (University of Rostock, Institute of Biological Sciences, Germany)
Fixed vs adaptable point spread function (PSF) in deconvolution two-photon microscopy of pathological neo-vasculature [PDF]
K. Douma & S van Susteren, & M.A.M.J. van Zandvoort (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
[P2-A36] Cancelled
The 3D reconstruction of eyes cornea stratified epithelium [PDF]
N. Grefner & L. Zueva & O. Novikova & K. Magnitskaja & G. Savostyanov (Cytology Institute RAS, Russia)
Microscopic tracking of fluorescent-enzyme unravels limitations to lignocelluloses degradation [PDF]
J. Ossemand & V. Tabone & A. Habrant & C. Rémond & B. Chabbert (INRA, University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France)
Posters II-B: High resolution II
 
P2-B
Online photoactivation localization microscopy (PALM) imaging [PDF]
Y. Li & P.N. Hedde & G.U. Nienhaus (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)
Statistical analysis of membrane proteins using localization microscopy [PDF]
R. Kaufmann & P. Müller & M. Hausmann & C. Cremer (University Heidelberg, Germany)
3D optical nanoscopy [PDF]
R. Schmidt & A. Egner & S.W. Hell (Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
2-Photon microscopy with CW STED [PDF]
G. Moneron & G. Vicidomini & B.R. Rankin & S.W. Hell (Max-Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
GSDIM with quantum dots enables nanoscopy of cells with a webcam [PDF]
P. Hoyer & T. Staudt & J. Engelhardt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
Ultrafast electro-optical scanning for STED nanoscopy [PDF]
J. Schneider & J. Engelhardt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
Adaptive optics in 3D and super resolution microscopy [PDF]
J. Andilla & X. Levecq (Imagine Optic S.A., France)
Towards routine 4D localisation microscopy [PDF]
D. Baddeley & I.D. Jayasinghe & D. Crossman & J. Cheyne & J. Montgomery & M.B. Cannell & C. Soeller (Department of Physiology, University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Production line super-resolution microscopy on the OMX microscopy platform [PDF]
M. Posch & E.M. King & S. Swift & J.R. Swedlow (Light Microscopy Facility, College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, United Kingdom)
Red emission distinguishing direct STORM (reddSTORM) [PDF]
A. Lampe & V. Haucke & M. Heilemann & J. Schmoranzer (Freie Universität Berlin, Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology Berlin, Julius-Maximilians Universität Würzburg, Germany)
Posters II-C: Light sources, non-linear
 
P2-C
Handheld MEMS based dual-axis confocal fluorescence microscope [PDF]
W. Piyawattanametha & M.J. Mandella (NECTEC and Stanford University, Thailand)
Spectrally controllable high brightness continuum source for two photon excitation [PDF]
C. de Mauro & D. Alfieri & M. Arrigoni & D. Armstrong & F.S. Pavone (Light4tech Firenze s.r.l., Italia)
A hands free light source from the UV to the IR for multi photon excitation microscopy [PDF]
I. Rimke & K. von Volkmann & P. Staudt & D. Armstrong & E. Büttner (APE GmbH, Germany)
A new confocal microscope with a supercontinuum laser source for reflectance spectro-microscopy on living and technological specimens [PDF]
F.R. Bertani & E. Botti & F. Cilloco & A. Costanzo & L. Ferrari & S. Selci (Institute of Complex Systems-CNR (ISC-CNR), Italy)
New architecture for STED microscopy by means of a supercontinuum laser source [PDF]
S. Galiani & P. Bianchini & B. Harke & A. Diaspro (Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Italy)
Observation of poling quality in periodically poled crystal with second harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
S.W. Chu & Y.Y. Tzeng & Z.Y. Zhuo & C.S. Liao & Y.Y. Lin (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Visualization of particles in living cells with non-linear optical microscopy [PDF]
G. Rago & C.M. Langer & B. Bauer & C. Brackman & N. Raschzok & I. Sauer & A. Enejder & M. Bonn (FOM institute AMOLF, The Netherlands)
Measuring susceptibility parameters with second harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
S. Schürmann & O. Friedrich & M. Vogel (Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Germany)
Simultaneous two-photon-excited autofluorescence and second harmonic generation imaging by supercontinuum light [PDF]
W. Tao & H. Bao & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
Self-phase modulation based contrast in nonlinear microscopy by means of femtosecond laser pulse shaping [PDF]
T. Kalas & J. Köhler & C. Sarpe & M. Wollenhaupt & T. Baumert (University of Kassel, Germany)
Second harmonic imaging probes for coherent bio-labeling [PDF]
T. Magouroux & D. Kiselev & C. Kasparian & J. Extermann & L. Bonacina & J.-P. Wolf (Gap-Biophotonics, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Switzerland)
Posters II-D: Phase imaging and various
 
P2-D
Contrast-enhanced light-sheet microsopy with self-reconstructing beams [PDF]
F.O. Fahrbach & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
Scattering as a contrast agent in optical projection tomography [PDF]
R.-A. Lorbeer & M. Heidrich & R. Eickhoff & M. Stern & S. Koenemann & G. Bicker & H. Meyer & A. Heisterkamp (Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V, Germany)
A hands free light source for video rate SRS microscopy [PDF]
I. Rimke & P. Staudt & P. Volz & D. Neumeyer & R. Bressel & E. Büttner (APE GmbH, Germany)
Effect of pulse waveform in pulse laser assisted optical tweezers [PDF]
S. Maeda & T. Sugiura & K. Minato (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
Short or long pulse: Effect of high-order dispersion in multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
W. Wang & Y. Liu & P. Xi & Q. Ren (Peking University, China)
Trends in MPE microscopy: depth of imaging, damage minimization and multimodal imaging [PDF]
M. Arrigoni & D. Armstrong (Coherent, USA)
Posters II-E: Image processing, analysis
 
P2-E
3D-reconstruction of a beating heart from tilted views [PDF]
C. Pérez Campos & J. Huisken (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany)
Colibri - Open source software for laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
C. Seebacher & R. Uhl (BioImaging Zentrum der LMU München, germany)
Multiview tomographic diffractive microscopy combining sample rotation and illumination rotation [PDF]
S. Vertu & J. Flügge & L. Hui & M. Debailleul & J. Bailleul & B. Simon & J.-J. Delaunay & O. Haeberlé (PTB-Berlin, Germany)
IDATool: A generic image processing framework for large-scale batch processing of electron and light microscopy data [PDF]
A.A. Wanner & A. Ponti & C. Genoud & R.W. Friedrich & P. Schwarb (Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Switzerland)
Characterizing the 3D aberrations in large field fluorescence macroscopy [PDF]
P. Pankajakshan & A. Dieterlen & G. Engler & Z. Kam & L. Blanc-Féraud & J. Zerubia & J.-C. Olivo-Marin (Institut Pasteur, France)
Completing missing or damaged regions in microscopy images by inpainting [PDF]
S.G. Stanciu & R. Hristu & G.A. Stanciu (Center for Microscopy-Microanalysis and Information Processing, University Politehnica Bucharest, Romania)
A user-friendly macro for the calculation of stage positions in multi-well/screening or tile experiments [PDF]
S. Bourke & L. Gelman (Friedrich Miescher institut, Switzerland)
Presentation of a MATLAB tool for investigation of dendritic trees and arborizations in fluorescence microscopy images of differentiated primary neurons [PDF]
F. Neugart & K. Ellwanger & K. Schlett (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
Automated identification of cells and blood vessels in 3D ultramicroscopy images using techniques of supervised learning [PDF]
L. Schlieker & U. Leischner & B. Bischl & H.-U. Dodt & C. Weihs (Computational Staistics, Faculty of Statistics, TU-Dortmund, Germany)
Tissue preperation for multi-dimensional imaging and image analysis [PDF]
B. Cavanagh & M.N. Nguyen & G. Tuxworth & T. Davenport & A. Norazit & N. dePennington & M. Blumenstein & A.C.B. Meedeniya (Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia)

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