Program of Focus on Microscopy 2014 as of Mon Apr 28 20:58:49 CEST 2014


Sunday, April 13

12:30-19:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
 
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-A   Tutorial   (York Theatre)
Correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) - ultrastructure lights up - [PDF]
P. Verkade, B. Giepmans, W. Voorhout, S. Kinder & F. Braet [invited] (University of Sydney, Australia)
 
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-B   Tutorial   (Everest Theatre)
Camera Tutorial - How to choose and use the right camera for a microscopy application [PDF]
K. Bennett [invited], S. Fullerton, E. Toda, T. Takahashi, H. Kawai & G. Holst (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K., Japan)
 
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-C   Tutorial   (Reginald Theatre)
Open-source software for the reconstruction and analysis of light-sheet microscopy data [PDF]
S. Preibisch [invited], F. Amat & P. Tomancak (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, United States)
 
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-D   Tutorial   (Studio 1)
Tutorial workshop - Fundamentals of fluorescence imaging [PDF]
G.C. Cox [invited] (The University of Sydney, Australia)
 
17:30-19:40SU-EV-PLEN   Opening Symposium, plenary   (York Theatre)
17:40-18:20 Molecular insights into the regulation of T cell signalling [PDF]
K. Gaus [invited] (University of New South Wales, Australia)
18:20-19:00 Multi-color quantum dot tracking using a high-speed hyperspectral microscope [PDF]
K. Lidke [invited] (University of New Mexico, USA)
19:00-19:40 Optical micro-elastography - Imaging with fine mechanical contrast on the scale between cells and whole organs [PDF]
D.D. Sampson [invited], K.M. Kennedy, L. Chin, R.A. McLaughlin & B.F. Kennedy (The University of Western Australia, Australia)
 
19:50-21:45 Welcome reception  
 

Monday, April 14

08:00-17:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
 
09:00-10:20MO-MO-PLEN   Plenary session   (York Theatre)
09:00-09:40 Lifetime-based visualization of multiple signaling events in single cells [PDF]
G. Bunt & F.S. Wouters (University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany)
09:40-10:20 Universal approach for sensor & probe development and their application to bioimaging [PDF]
Y.-T. Chang [invited] (Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore) (sponsored by Leica Microsystems)
 
10:20-11:00 Coffee/tea break  
 
11:00-12:40 Parallel sessions
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-A   Superresolution I: Structured illumination   (York Theatre)
11:00-11:20 Nanoscopy of nuclear genome structure: Localization and structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
C. Cremer & T. Cremer (Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Germany)
11:20-11:40 Coherent structured illumination adds super resolution to light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
B.-J. Chang & E.H.K. Stelzer (Physical Biology, Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (BMLS), Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
11:40-12:00 Development of structured illumination based digital scanned light-sheet microscope (DSLM) system for 3D tissue imaging [PDF]
D. Bhattacharya, V.R. Singh, P. Matsudaira, P. So & G. Barbastathis (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology Center, Singapore)
12:00-12:20 In vivo dual-color high resolution SIM of optically thick samples with background subtraction [PDF]
P. Vermeulen, F. Orieux, J.C. Olivo-Marin, H. Zhan, Z. Lenkei, V. Loriette & A. Fragola (Institut Pasteur, France)
12:20-12:40 Superresolution fibre-optical two-photon endoscopy [PDF]
H. Kang, X. Li & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
 
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-B   Fluorescence I: Spatio-temporal correllation   (Everest Theatre)
11:00-11:20 Fluorescence lifetime correlation spectroscopy (FLCS). A powerful tool to measure concentrations and molecular interactions [PDF]
V. Buschmann, F. Koberling, K. Lauritsen, S. Orthaus, T. Schönau, E. Sisamakis, R. Erdmann & M.A. Hink (PicoQuant GmbH, Deutschland)
11:20-11:40 New fluorescence microscopy approaches for detecting nanoscale lipid phase separation [PDF]
J.M. Kwiatek, A. Benda & K. Gaus (Centre for Vascular Research and Australian Centre for NanoMedicine, University of New South Wales, Australia)
11:40-12:00 Raster image correlation spectroscopy and photoactivatable fluorescent proteins to follow Lck at the plasma membrane and in endosomes of T cells [PDF]
J. Rossy, E. Hinde & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
12:00-12:20 Single photon avalanche diode arrays for single plane illumination fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
J. Buchholz, J.W. Krieger, S. Burri, C. Bruschini, E. Charbon, U. Kebschull & J. Langowski (German Cancer Research Center (Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum, DKFZ), Germany)
12:20-12:40 Automated fluorescence-correlation spectroscopy for high-content-screening (HCS-FCS) [PDF]
Ch.J. Wood, Q.E. Yu, J.J. Lange, L.E. Maddera & W. Wiegraebe (Stowers Institute for Medical Research, USA)
 
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-C   Optical Theory I: Novel techniques   (Reginald Theatre)
11:00-11:20 Measurement of the cell thickness, cell volume and intracellular water with a standard transmission microscope [PDF]
M.A. Model (Kent State University, USA)
11:20-11:40 In vivo high resolution nonlinear imaging using focal modulation technique [PDF]
W. Gong, C.J.R. Sheppard & K. Si (Zhejiang University, P. R. China)
11:40-12:00 Rapid hyperspectral coherent anti-Stokes Raman imaging with optical nonresonant background removal [PDF]
B.N. Littleton, T. Kavanagh, B. Qazi Chaudhry, F. Festy & D.R. Richards (King's College London, United Kingdom)
12:00-12:20 Stimulated emission-based fluorescence detection enhanced with interferometric setup [PDF]
J.H. Deng, P.L. Lin & F.J. Kao (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
12:20-12:40 Scanning confocal Brillouin microscopy [PDF]
G. Antonacci, M.R Foreman, C. Paterson & P. Török (Imperial College London, UK)
 
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-D   Mesoscopy, microscopes, camera   (Studio 1)
11:00-11:20 A new giant lens for confocal mesoscopy [PDF]
B. Amos, J. Tragardh, R. Amor, J. Dempster & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, UK)
11:20-11:40 The python microscopy environment [PDF]
D. Baddeley & C. Soeller (Yale University, United States)
11:40-12:00 Three-dimensional flow imaging by combining laser speckle contrast technique to speckle illumination HiLo microscope [PDF]
J. Yan, V.R. Singh, P.T.C. So & H. Yu (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore)
12:00-12:20 Remote-focusing microscopy with long working distance objective lenses [PDF]
M. Lei, Y. Qi, B. Yao, D. Dan & Y. Yang (Xi'an Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
12:20-12:40 Frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging system (pco.flim) based on a dual tap control CMOS image sensor and an optimized laser diode [PDF]
G. Holst & R. Franke (PCO AG, Germany)
 
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-E   Biol. I: Imaging macromolecular complex dynamic   (Studio 2)
11:00-11:20 Superresolution mapping of glutamate receptors in intact C. Elegans by combining PALM with confocal microscopy [PDF]
J. Vangindertael, I. Beets, S. Rocha, P. Dedecker, L. Schoofs, J. Hofkens & H. Mizuno (KU Leuven, Belgium)
11:20-11:40 Cellular actin cortex composition and homeostasis resolved by integrating quantitative imaging and proteomics [PDF]
M. Biro, Y. Romeo, S. Kroschwald, M. Bovellan, A. Boden, J. Tcherkezian, P.P. Roux, G. Charras & E.K. Paluch (Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine and Cell Biology, Australia)
11:40-12:00 Tropomyosins as regulators of the functional diversity of the actin cytoskeleton [PDF]
H. Vindin, R. Whan & P. Gunning (University of New South Wales, Australia)
12:00-12:20 Intravital imaging at subcellular resolution reveals a novel role of tropomyosin isoforms during exocytosis of the secretory granules [PDF]
A. Masedunskas, M. Appaduray, E. Hardeman & P. Gunning (University of New South Wales, Australia)
12:20-12:40 Unraveling the mechanisms of centriole formation in human cells using advanced microscopy techniques [PDF]
D. Keller, M. Orpinell, N. Olivier, M. Wachsmuth, R. Mahen, J. Ellenberg, S. Manley & P. Gönczy (EPFL, Switzerland)
 
12:40-14:00 Lunch break  
 
14:00-15:40 Parallel sessions
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-A   Superresolution II: Novel techniques   (York Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Adaptive stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy [PDF]
B. Patton, D. Burke & M.J. Booth (University of Oxford, UK)
14:20-14:40 Light-sheet microscopy using self-reconstructing beams and the STED-principle [PDF]
C. Gohn-Kreuz & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Lab for Bio- and Nano-Photonics, Germany)
14:40-15:00 Re-scan confocal microscopy: Scanning twice for better resolution and enhanced sensitivity [PDF]
G.M.R. De Luca, R.M.P. Breedijk, S. Stallinga & E.M.M. Manders (University of Amsterdam, Nederland)
15:00-15:20 Adaptive patterned illumination for improved resolution and reduced phototoxicity [PDF]
R.M.P. Breedijk, E. Hoogendoorn, G.M.R. De Luca, R. Brandt, M. Postma & E.M.M. Manders (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
15:20-15:40 Super-resolution microscope based on laser scanning and a microsphere lens [PDF]
Y.J. Liu, Y. Tsao, K.H. Lin, C.W. Chang & S.W. Chu (National Taiwan University, Republic of China)
 
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-B   Fluorescence II: Lifetime imaging, selective expression   (Everest Theatre)
14:00-14:20 FLIM and spectral phasor approaches for imaging drug delivery by nanoparticles [PDF]
A. Macmillan, H. Duong, E. Hinde, C. Boyer & R. Whan (University of New South wales, Australia)
14:20-14:40 Phosphorescence lifetime spectroscopy and imaging with metal complexes for sensing applications [PDF]
V. Buschmann, F. Koberling, S. Orthaus, S. Tannert, M. Veiga, R. Erdmann, K. Jahn & C. Hille (PicoQuant GmbH, Deutschland)
14:40-15:00 Bright gold-organic fluorescent emitters with picosecond lifetimes based on colloidal nanoantennas [PDF]
V. Maillard, M.P. Busson, P. Ghenuche, B. Stout, N. Bonod, J. Wenger & S. Bidault (Institut Langevin, ESPCI ParisTech, France)
15:00-15:20 Exploiting the fluorescence lifetime information using a pattern matching approach [PDF]
V. Buschmann, S. Orthaus, B. Krämer, F. Koberling, M. Patting, U. Ortmann, A. Hocke, A. Löschberger, T. Niehörster & M. Sauer (PicoQuant GmbH, Germany)
15:20-15:40 Selective fluorochrome expression as a neuroanatomical tracing tool [PDF]
F.G. Wouterlood & B. Bloem (Department of Anatomy and Neurosciences, VU University Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, The Netherlands)
 
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-C   Image I: Reconstruction   (Reginald Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Reconstruction of multi-focal microscopy data [PDF]
S. Preibisch, C. Smith, A. Roussouw, A. Joseph, E. Myers, P. Tomancak, R.H. Singer & D. Grünwald (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, United States)
14:20-14:40 FMM-guided 3D image reconstruction using compressive sensing [PDF]
Y. Duan, S. Rehman, G. Barbastathis & N. Chen (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre, Singapore)
14:40-15:00 In-depth 3D image reconstruction for fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
S. Dilipkumar & P. Mondal (Indian Institute of Science, India)
15:00-15:20 Highlighting the importance of understanding and optimisation of protocols for direct stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (dSTORM) [PDF]
D.R. Whelan & T.D.M Bell (Monash University, Australia)
15:20-15:40 Fully vectorial reconstruction of nanoscopic fields for improving microscopy [PDF]
P. Banzer, T. Bauer, S. Orlov & G. Leuchs (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany)
 
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-D   Phase microscopy I   (Studio 1)
14:00-14:20 4D imaging from a single plane of focus [PDF]
C.J. Cogswell, R.N. Zahreddine & R.H. Cormack (University of Colorado, USA)
14:20-14:40 Amplitude and phase from light field micrographs [PDF]
Z. Zhang & G. Barbastathis (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, BioSyM IRG, Singapore)
14:40-15:00 Endoscopic phase microscopy by digitally enhanced Rheinberg techniques in conjunction with structured illumination fluorescence imaging [PDF]
M.R. Harris (Biophotonics Australia, Australia)
15:00-15:20 Depth-resolved measurement of orientation of cytoskeletal assemblies using confocal LC-PolScope [PDF]
S.B. Mehta, F. Spira, D. Gerlich & R. Oldenbourg (Marine Biological Laboratory, USA)
 
MO-AF1-PAR-E   Biol. II: Imaging molecular complex immunity   (Studio 2)
14:00-14:20 Towards single-molecule imaging of T cell signaling under mechanical forces [PDF]
J.M. Stiegler & K. Gaus (Centre for Vascular Research and Australian Centre for NanoMedicine, University of New South Wales, Australia)
14:20-14:40 Dynamic partitioning of Lck kinase measured by K-space image correlation spectroscopy applied to live cell photo-activation localization microscopy data [PDF]
E. Pandzic, J. Rossy & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
14:40-15:00 Spatial organisation and dynamics of immune cell receptors revealed by novel fluorescence imaging techniques [PDF]
S.V. Pageon, D.M. Davis & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
15:00-15:20 Investigation of intracellular signaling using wide field frequency domain FLIM [PDF]
A. Buntz, C. Paone, M. Winterhalder, C.R. Hauck & A. Zumbusch (University of Konstanz, Germany)
15:20-15:40 Periodicity of F-actin clearances in live NK cell immunological synapses quantified by non-diffraction limited time-gated STED microscopy [PDF]
E.M. Mace & J.S. Orange (Center for Human Immunobiology Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine, United States)
 
15:40-16:10 Coffee/tea break  
 
16:10-17:50 Parallel sessions
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-A   New developments in (confocal) instrumentation   (York Theatre)
16:10-16:30 New Developments in diode- and fiber lasers [PDF]
M.C. Lang (TOPTICA Photonics AG, Germany)
16:30-16:50 The next dimension for STED microscopy: 3D STED over the full spectrum [PDF]
A. Giske, W. Fouquet, L. Friedrich, T. Szellas, U. Schwarz & J.J. Sieber (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH, Germany)
16:50-17:10 Advanced ultrafast lasers for multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
A.K. Krueger (Newport Spectra-Physics, USA)
17:10-17:30 How to make correlative experiments simple [PDF]
W. Voorhout, A. de Marco, M. Marosvoelgyi, A. Yakushevska, E. Korkmaz & M. Langhorst (FEI Company, The Netherlands)
17:30-17:50 "Superresolution microscopy in 3D" - Photoactivated localization and structured illumination microscopy to study cellular structures and dynamics [PDF]
K. Weisshart (Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH, Germany)
 
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-B   Food, material microscopy, digital photon counting   (Everest Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Focus on food - Applications of confocal microscopy in food material science [PDF]
S.K. Øiseth, L. Day, R. Warner & L. Lundin (CSIRO, Australia)
16:30-16:50 Structural characterisation of beef muscle colour using confocal reflection microscopy [PDF]
J. Hughes, N. McPhail, R. Warner, G. Kearney & F. Clarke (CSIRO, Australia)
16:50-17:10 Laser scanning confocal microscopy of colloidal suspensions [PDF]
A. Lederer & H.J. Schöpe (Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany)
17:10-17:30 Morphological studies of polylactide blends and composites by scanning electron microscopy [PDF]
C. Kaynak, Y. Meyva, A.R. Erdogan & I. Kaygusuz (Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey)
17:30-17:50 Digital photon counting cameras for single-molecule optical nanoscopy [PDF]
V. Krishnaswami, C.J.F. Noorden, E. Manders & R. Hoebe (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
 
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-C   Image II: Analysis applications   (Reginald Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Computational image analysis and quantitative understanding of collective cell migration in vivo [PDF]
W.M. Yu, A. Cliffe, D. Doupe, H.H. Sung, K.H. Lim & P. Rorth (Institute of Molucular and Cell Biology, Singapore)
16:30-16:50 From single synapses to the whole brain: Correlative approaches to explore brain on multiple scales [PDF]
A.L. Allegra Mascaro, L. Silvestri, I. Costantini, L. Sacconi & F.S. Pavone (University of Florence, Italy)
16:50-17:10 Imaging approaches for the segmentation of cell populations expressing the confetti allele [PDF]
P Nicovich, I. Slapetova, A. MacMillan, V. Raviraj, S. Bobba, R. Whan, J.G. Lyons & N. Di Girolamo (University of New South Wales, Australia)
17:10-17:30 Automating the detection of actin stress fibers [PDF]
M.J. Carnell, V.B Sequeira, R. Whan & P.W Gunning (University of New South Wales, Australia)
17:30-17:50 3D cytometry: measuring tissue growth and differentiation [PDF]
J.M. Ruijter, B.A. de Boer, J. Hagoort, S. Prakash, M.J.B. van den Hoff, A. Jonker, P. Chieco & C.J.F. van Noorden (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
 
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-D   Phase microscopy II: Interference, Schlieren, holografic, X-rays   (Studio 1)
16:10-16:30 Simulation of shift-variant differential interference contrast [PDF]
M. Esslinger & H. Gross (Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Optik und Feinmechanik, Germany)
16:30-16:50 Application of optical interferometric microscope for 3d surface profile measurement of a microlens array [PDF]
S.W. Yang & S.K. Lin (Institute of Electrical and Control Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, Taiwan)
16:50-17:10 Schlieren confocal microscopy: easily expand confocal to phase imaging [PDF]
H. Xie, D. Jin & P. Xi (Peking University, China)
17:10-17:30 Spatial-spectral holographic imaging using multi-photon illumination [PDF]
X. Zhai, H.-H. Chen, E.Y.S. Yew, S.-L. Yu, J.-C. Tsai, P.T.C. So & Y. Luo (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
17:30-17:50 Digital phase contrast imaging with hard X-rays [PDF]
S. Rehman, K. Matsuda & G. Barbastathis (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore)
 
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-E   Biomedical I: Vascular imaging, cancer treatment   (Studio 2)
16:10-16:30 Artery cell contraction via ROS and NO balance visualized by in vivo multi-photon imaging technique [PDF]
S. Nishimura (the University of Tokyo, Japan)
16:30-16:50 Visualizing excessive leukocyte accumulation to sites of endothelial injury [PDF]
I. Alwis, Z. Kaplan, M. Ghasemzadeh, Y. Yuan, D. Bark, F. Tovar-Lopez, W. Nesbitt & S. Jackson (Australian Centre for Blood Diseases, Monash University, Australia)
16:50-17:10 Study on vascular formation in a cellular spheroid by using selective plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) [PDF]
B. Patra, Y.S. Peng, W.H. Liao, K.H. Lin, Y.C. Tung & C.H. Lee (National Yang Ming University, Taiwan)
17:10-17:30 Aging of a mouse bladder - Imaging of bladder morphology and innervation using two-photon microscopy [PDF]
A. Schueth, M.A.M.J. van Zandvoort, B. Spronck, W.A. Buurman & G.A. van Koeveringe (Maastricht University Hospital, the Netherlands)
17:30-17:50 Impact of the extracellular environment and anti-cancer treatment on spatio-temporal dynamics of the plasma membrane [PDF]
E. Kaemmerer, F. Lauer, D.W. Hutmacher, D. Loessner & T. Meckel (Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany)
 
17:50-19:10 Poster session I, drinks, nibbles (for posters presented: see below)   (Poster area)
 
19:15 Free  
 

Tuesday, April 15

08:30-17:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
 
09:00-10:20TU-MO-PLEN   Plenary session   (York Theatre)
09:00-09:40 Imaging the diffusive route of molecules in live cells by fluctuation analysis [PDF]
E. Hinde [invited], E. Gratton & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
09:40-10:20 Advanced microscopy: Essential to understand the molecular machinery in the living cell [PDF]
H.J. Tanke [invited], R.I. Koning & A.J. Koster (Leiden University Medical Center, Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Netherlands)
 
10:20-11:00 Coffee/Tea Break  
 
11:00-12:40 Parallel sessions
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-A   Superresolution III: Localization methods   (York Theatre)
11:00-11:20 Minimal tags for dual-color live cell labeling and super-resolution imaging [PDF]
I. Nikić, T. Plass, O. Schraidt, J. Szymański, J.A.G. Briggs, C. Shultz & E.A. Lemke (Structural and Computational Unit, EMBL, Germany)
11:20-11:40 3D PALM imaging deep in the sample [PDF]
G. Clouvel, I. Izeddin, A. Jasaitis, J. Sillibourne, M. El-Beheiry, X. Levecq, M. Dahan, M. Bornens & X. Darzacq (Imagine Optic, France)
11:40-12:00 A green-to-red photoconvertible dronpa mutant for multimodal superresolution fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
B. Moeyaert, N. Nguyen Bich, E. De Zitter, S. Rocha, K. Clays, H. Mizuno, L. van Meervelt, J. Hofkens & P. Dedecker (KU Leuven, Belgium)
12:00-12:20 Beyond colour and intensity nanoscale co-localization of lifetime encoded tau-dots [PDF]
Y.L Liu, Y.L Lu, D.L Liu, R.Z Zhang, P.X Xi, J.P Piper & D.J Jin (Macquarie University, Australia)
12:20-12:40 Spectroscopy super-resolution fluorescence imaging using quantum dots [PDF]
M. Song, A. Karatutlu, O. Ersoy, A.P. Wheeler & A.V. Sapelkin (Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom)
 
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-B   Fluorescence III: Applications of FRET   (Everest Theatre)
11:00-11:20 A FRET based membrane sensor for membrane charges [PDF]
Y. Ma, J. Rossy & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
11:20-11:40 Multicolor time-resolved FRET microscopy reveals the impact of G-protein-coupled receptor oligomerization on internalization processes [PDF]
O. Faklaris, M. Cottet, A. Falco, B. Villier, M. Laget, J. Zwier, E. Trinquet, B. Mouillac, J.P. Pin & T. Durroux (Institut Jacques Monod, CNRS, France)
11:40-12:00 Detection of platelet signalling using FRET biosensors and time-lapse fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M. Holden, T. Hiratsuka, M. Matsuda & M. Nakao (Kyoto University, Japan)
12:00-12:20 Quantitative measurement of FRET at the plasma membrane by acceptor fluorescence anisotropy under evanescent wave excitation [PDF]
V. Devauges, D.R. Matthews, J. Aluko, J. Nedbal, G. Weitsman, J. Monypenny of Pitmilly, T. Ng & S.M Ameer-Beg (Richard Dimbleby Cancer Research Laboratory, Division of Cancer Studies and Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King's College London, United Kingdom)
12:20-12:40 A time-resolved multifocal multiphoton microscope for high speed FRET imaging in vivo [PDF]
S.P. Poland, N. Krstajić, J. Monypenny, S. Coelho, D. Tyndall, V. Devauges, N. Dutton, T. Ng, R.K. Henderson & S. Ameer-Beg (Kings College London, United Kingdom)
 
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-C   Optical Theory II: Adaptive optics, reassignment   (Reginald Theatre)
11:00-11:20 Adaptive optics for single molecule switching microscopy [PDF]
D. Burke, B. Patton & M.J. Booth (University of Oxford, UK)
11:20-11:40 Direct wavefront sensing in fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M.J. Shaw & C. Paterson (National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom)
11:40-12:00 Addressing depth-induced spherical aberration in computational optical sectioning microscopy using wavefront coding [PDF]
C. Preza, N. Patwary, A. Doblas, S.V. King, G. Saavedra & M Martinez-Coral (The University of Memphis, U.S.A.)
12:00-12:20 Volumetric multifocal microscopy [PDF]
H. Ren, X. Li & M. Gu (Centre for Micro-Photonics, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
12:20-12:40 Image scanning microscopy with small detector arrays [PDF]
C.J.R. Sheppard, G. Vicidomini & A. Diaspro (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
 
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-D   SPIM + FCS, OCT   (Studio 1)
11:00-11:20 Multi-view light-sheet microscopy with confocal slit [PDF]
N. Norlin, G.Q.G. de Medeiros, U. Krzic, F. Peri & L. Hufnagel (EMBL, Germany)
11:20-11:40 Single plane illumination module and micro-capillary approach for a wide-field microscope [PDF]
T. Bruns, S. Schickinger & H. Schneckenburger (Aalen University / Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
11:40-12:00 Single plane illumination fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy (SPIM-FCCS) for measurements of molecular interactions in living systems [PDF]
T. Wohland, J.W. Krieger, A.P. Singh, C.S. Garbe & J. Langowski (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
12:00-12:20 Ultrafast optical coherence tomography using sheet illumination [PDF]
N.G. Chen (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
12:20-12:40 OpenSPIM - An open access platform for selective plane illumination microscopy [PDF]
J. Schindelin, P.G. Pitrone, L. Stuyvenberg, S. Preibisch, J. Huisken, K.W. Eliceiri & P. Tomancak (Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany)
 
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-E   Biomedical II: Tumor imaging   (Studio 2)
11:00-11:20 Multiparameter optical imaging of the breast tumor microenvironment [PDF]
P.A. Young, P.J. Keely & K.W. Eliceiri (University of Wisconsin, USA)
11:20-11:40 Confocal and high resolution imaging as a tool to understand the effects of Mimp/Mtch2 on breast cancer signaling and metabolism [PDF]
Y. Bar-Lev, H. Tsivion, M. Shaharabany & I. Tsarfaty (Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel)
11:40-12:00 Molecular imaging as a tool to understand breast cancer treatment [PDF]
S. Natan, I. Tsarfaty, M. Shaharabany, J. Horev & G. Tsarfaty (Department of Radiology, Sheba Medical Center, Israel, Israel)
12:00-12:20 Unraveling cancer cell migration in 3D [PDF]
R. Fiolka, C. Schaefer, E. Welf & G. Danuser (University of Texas Southwestern, United States)
12:20-12:40 Epitope retrieval from thick endometrial sections demonstrating three dimensional relationships of neuronal networks in endometriosis [PDF]
F. Manconi, E.P.W. Kable, R. Markham & I.S. Fraser (The University of Sydney, Australia)
 
12:40-14:00 Lunch break  
 
14:00-15:40 Parallel sessions
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-A   Non-linear microscopy I: CARS, fast Raman   (York Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Video-rate coherent Raman scattering imaging with a tunable, dual-wavelength 2-picosecond light source [PDF]
G. Hehl, I. Rimke, M. Beutler, P. Volz, E. Büttner & A. Volkmer (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
14:20-14:40 Using circularly polarized CARS microscopy to reveal sample symmetries [PDF]
C. Cleff, S. Brasselet, H. Rigneault & J. Duboisset (Institut Fresnel, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, France)
14:40-15:00 Spectral unmixing of heterodyne CARS microscopy in the complex plane [PDF]
E.T. Garbacik, J.P. Korterik, C. Otto, A. Zare, J.L. Herek & H.L. Offerhaus (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
15:00-15:20 Coherent vibrational imaging of subcellular lipid droplet distributions in liver cells [PDF]
A.D.G. Nunn, T. Scopigno, N. Pediconi, M. Levrero, H.M. Fink, H. Hagman, J. Kiskis & A. Enejder (University of Rome "Sapienza", Italy)
15:20-15:40 Femtosecond stimulated Raman microscopy - Imaging with a new 20 kHz detector [PDF]
L. Czerwinski, B. Marx & P. Gilch (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany)
 
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-B   Fluorescence IV: Deconv. polariz. deep UV, two freq.   (Everest Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Efficient bayesian-based multi-view deconvolution [PDF]
S. Preibisch, F. Amat, E. Stamataki, M. Sarov, R.H. Singer, E. Myers & P. Tomancak (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, United States)
14:20-14:40 Measurement of position and orientation of single molecules and their assemblies using real-time fluorescence polarization microscope [PDF]
S.B. Mehta, M. McQuilken, A. Verma, A. Gladfelter, R. Oldenbourg & T. Tani (Marine Biological Laboratory, USA)
14:40-15:00 Nonlinear deep-UV excitation microscopy for imaging of multiple fluorescent proteins [PDF]
K. Fujita, M. Yamanaka, K. Saito, K. Uegaki, N.I. Smith, S. Kawata & T. Nagai (Osaka University, Japan)
15:00-15:20 Two-frequency fluorescence laser scanning confocal microscope [PDF]
Y.C. Chung, J.S. Wu & C. Chou (Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering, Chang Gung University, Taoyuan 333, Taiwan, Taiwan)
15:20-15:40 Polarization resolved fluorescence and nonlinear microscopy: A unified approach for structural bio-imaging [PDF]
P. Gasecka, F.-Z. Bioud, C. Cleff, A. Kress, J. Savatier, H. Rigneault, P. Ferrand, J. Duboisset & S. Brasselet (Institut Fresnel, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University, France)
 
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-C   Optical Theory III: Super-resolving techniques   (Reginald Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Virtual spatial overlap modulation microscopy for in vivo superresolution imaging in human [PDF]
C.-K. Sun, W.-C. Kuo, Y.-T. Shih & Y.-H. Liao (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
14:20-14:40 Saturated excitation (SAX) microscopy with optimized excitation modulation for 3D sub-diffraction-limit imaging [PDF]
Y. Yonemaru, M. Yamanaka, K. Uegaki, N.I. Smith, S. Kawata & K. Fujita (Department of Applied Physics, Osaka University, Japan)
14:40-15:00 Superconcentration of light [PDF]
C.J.R. Sheppard & R. Heintzmann (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
 
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-D   Correlative light and electron microscopy I   (Studio 1)
14:00-14:20 Correlative light and electron microscopy - on the way from 2D towards 3D [PDF]
C Böker, A. Elli & E. Hummel (Carl Zeiss Microscopy, Germany)
14:20-14:40 3D correlative superresolution light and electron microscopy based on serial sections [PDF]
J. Fuchs, C. Wojek, I.V. Röder, R.R. Schröder & C. Dietrich (Carl Zeiss AG, Germany)
14:40-15:00 Correlative analysis of actin arrays via optical super-resolution microscopy and transmission electron tomography [PDF]
D. Cheng, M. Huynh, J. Henriquez, G. Shami & F. Braet (The University of Sydney, Australia)
15:00-15:20 High-precision correlative fluorescence and electron cryo microscopy [PDF]
P. Schellenberger, R. Kaufmann, C.A. Siebert, C. Hagen, H. Wodrich & K. Grünewald (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
15:20-15:40 Integrated CLEM: from image overlay at bio-molecular precision to live-cell imaging [PDF]
N. Liv, M.T. Haring, D.S.B. van Oosten Slingeland, P. Kruit & J.P. Hoogenboom (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
 
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-E   Biol. III: Endogenous probes for live cell imaging   (Studio 2)
14:00-14:20 Genetically encoded photoactivatable Ca2+ indicator for hilighted imaging in arbitrary single cell [PDF]
T. Matsuda & T. Nagai (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University, Japan)
14:20-14:40 Investigation of cell metabolism for tumor diagnosis by multispectral FLIM [PDF]
A. Rueck, C. Hauser, S. Kalininia, A. Ruehm & H. Stepp (University Ulm, Germany)
14:40-15:00 Nanosecond ratio imaging of redox states in tumor cell spheroids using light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
S. Schickinger, T. Bruns, R. Wittig, P. Weber, M. Wagner & H. Schneckenburger (Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
15:00-15:20 Simultaneous multimodal label-free measurement of live cells [PDF]
N. Pavillon & N.I. Smith (Osaka University, Japan)
15:20-15:40 Biological label-free interrogation of cell populations by hyperspectral imaging [PDF]
E.M. Goldys, M.E. Gosnell, A. Anwer, S. Mahbub & S. Pernichery (Macquarie University, Australia)
 
15:40-16:10 Coffee/Tea Break  
 
16:10-17:50 Parallel sessions
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-A   Non-linear microscopy II: Raman, two-photon   (York Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Raman microscopy beyond the diffraction limit [PDF]
S. Kawata (Osaka University, Japan)
16:30-16:50 Quantitative Raman imaging of nucleic acids in cells and tissues and its application to skin tumor diagnostics [PDF]
P. Piredda, V. Ramanathan, M. Berning, P. Boukamp & A. Volkmer (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
16:50-17:10 Raman spectroscopic imaging and analysis for malaria diagnosis and macrophage disease response [PDF]
N. Smith, A. Hobro, C. Coban, K. Fujita & N. Pavillon (Osaka University, Japan)
17:10-17:30 In vivo and ex vivo detection of peripheral nerves of rats by using Raman spectroscopy [PDF]
T. Minamikawa, Y. Harada & T. Takamatsu (Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan)
17:30-17:50 4D neuronal photostimulation [PDF]
M.A. Go, M.S. To, C. Stricker, S. Redman, H.A. Bachor, G.J. Stuart & V.R. Daria (Australian National University, Australia)
 
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-B   High content, FCS, Q-dots, fluores. calibr.   (Everest Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Image correlation spectroscopy for phenotypic high content screening [PDF]
M. Prummer (F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Switzerland)
16:30-16:50 A light sheet fluorescence imaging flow cytometer for high-throughput and high-content phytoplankton analysis [PDF]
J.L. Wu, J.J. Wu, L. Chan & R.K.Y. Chan (Hong Kong Baptist University, China)
16:50-17:10 Nanophotonic super dots and t-dots for high-throughput biotechnology discovery [PDF]
D. Jin, Y. Lu & Y. Liu (Macquarie University, Australia)
17:10-17:30 Optical high speed imaging competes with automated patch-clamp [PDF]
L. Kaestner, Q. Tian & P. Lipp (Saarland University, Germany)
17:30-17:50 A new calibration tool for fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
A. Royon & G. Papon (Argolight SA, France)
 
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-C   Single molecule, tracking, tweezers   (Reginald Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Single molecule imaging of actin-tropomyosin complexes [PDF]
P. Obeidy, S. Whittaker, T. Sobey, E. Pandzic, P.R Nicovich, A. Coster, P. Gunning & T. Böcking (The University of New South Wales, Australia)
16:30-16:50 Single molecule counting and stoichiometry of low-abundant plasma membrane proteins [PDF]
M. Grunewald, F. Lauer, G. Thiel & T. Meckel (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany)
16:50-17:10 Multi-frame particle detection that enables robust single molecule tracking [PDF]
C.S. Smith, A. Joseph, B. Rieger, S. Stallinga, K.A. Lidke & D. Grunwald (University of Massachusetts, RNA Therapeutics Institute, USA)
17:10-17:30 Particle tracking analysis for the measurement of zeta-potential and particle size [PDF]
Å.J. Jämting, J.R. Thomson, V.A. Coleman & J. Herrmann (National Measurement Institute, Australia)
17:30-17:50 Nanotracker: Force-sensing optical tweezers for quantitative single-molecule nanomanipulation [PDF]
A. Goris, P. Rauch, V. Oliynyk, T. Jaehnke & H. Haschke (JPK Instruments, Germany)
 
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-D   Correlative light and electron microscopy II   (Studio 1)
16:10-16:30 Correlative super-resolution fluorescence and electron microscopy in resin embedded cells using standard fluorescent proteins [PDF]
R. Kaufmann, E. Johnson, E. Seiradake, I. Davis & K. Grünewlad (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
16:30-16:50 Specificity for cytoplasmic actin isoforms in endothelial vesiculation [PDF]
S.L. Latham, N. Gokoolparsadh, C. Chaponnier, V. Dugina, F. Braet, G.E.R Grau & V. Combes (University of Sydney, Australia)
16:50-17:10 The nuclear pore complex as seen by correlative scanning electron and direct stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy [PDF]
A. Löschbegrer, S. van de Linde, T. Niehörster, C. Stigloher, G. Krohne & M. Sauer (University of Würzburg, Germany)
17:10-17:30 Ultrastructural relationship of the phagophore with surrounding organelles [PDF]
J.M. Biazik, H. Vihinen, E. Jokitalo & E.-L. Eskelinen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
17:30-17:50 Novel applications of iLEM for material science [PDF]
T.M.W. Franklin, K.P.F. Janssen, H. Yuan, J. Van Loon, J. Hofkens & M. Roeffaers (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-E   Biol. IV: Imaging macromolecular dynamics   (Studio 2)
16:10-16:30 Spatial heterogeneity of linker histone H1 dynamics in cell nuclei [PDF]
T. Bernas, W. Brutkowski, M. Zarebski & J.W. Dobrucki (Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology PAS, Poland)
16:30-16:50 Detecting unscheduled DNA synthesis after chromatin damage inflicted by UV - Detection of weak signals by a photomultiplier, an avalanche photodiode and an EMCCD camera [PDF]
A. Pierzynska-Mach & J. Dobrucki (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
16:50-17:10 XRCC1 recruitment to endogenous DNA damage in replicating cells - Studies by quantitative confocal and super-resolution microscopy [PDF]
M. Kordon, A. Szczurek, K. Prakash, H.K. Lee, U. Birk, K. Solarczyk, A. Vaahtokari, C. Cremer & J.W. Dobrucki (Division of Cell Biophysics, Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology, Jagiellonian University, Poland)
17:10-17:30 Live cell imaging of single-molecule RNAS using PUM-HD based RNA probes [PDF]
H. Yoshimura, T. Yamada, H. Segawa & T. Ozawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
17:30-17:50 Viruses as nanoscopic test tubes for probing oligomerization of the integrase enzyme [PDF]
D. Borrenberghs, W. Thys, S. Rocha, J. Demeulemeester, P. Dedecker, J. Hofkens, Z. Debyser & J. Hendrix (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 
17:50-19:10 Poster session II, drinks, nibbles (for posters presented: see below)   (Poster area)
 
19:15 Free  
 

Wednesday, April 16

08:30-14:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
 
09:00-10:40 Parallel sessions
09:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-A   Superresolution IV: Localization applications   (York Theatre)
09:00-09:20 Quantitative localization microscopy multimer analysis based on fluorophore switching kinetics [PDF]
P.R. Nicovich, T. Tabarin & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
09:20-09:40 Sub-nanometer cryogenic colocalization microscopy [PDF]
S. Weisenburger & V. Sandoghdar (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany)
09:40-10:00 3D high-density localization using hybrid super-resolution system [PDF]
J. Min, S. Holden, L. Carlini, M. Unser, S. Manley & J.C. Ye (Department of Bio and Brain Engineering, KAIST, Republic of Korea)
10:00-10:20 A novel photoswitchable fluorescent protein for nanoscopy [PDF]
D.K. Tiwari, Y. Arai, M. Yamanaka, K. Fujita & T. Nagai (OSAKA University, Japan)
10:20-10:40 Improved imaging buffers for 3D STORM [PDF]
N. Olivier, D. Keller, A. Benke, V. Sundar Rajan, P. Gönczy & S. Manley (King's College London, UK)
 
09:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-B   Non-linear microscopy III: Two-photon biol. appl.   (Everest Theatre)
09:00-09:20 In vivo three dimensional imaging of mouse carotid arteries using two-photon laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
R.T.A. Megens, R. Chèvre, A. Hidalgo, V. Andrés, C. Weber & O. Soehnlein (LMU Munchen, Germany)
09:20-09:40 Thrombus development processes are dependent on endothelial injuries: Examined by In vivo two-photon molecular imaging [PDF]
S. Nishimura (the University of Tokyo, Japan)
09:40-10:00 Effects of pulse compression in multiphoton microscopy of ocular tissues [PDF]
J.M. Bueno, M. Skorsetz & P. Artal (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
10:00-10:20 Improving multiphoton microscopy using laser beam shaping, focusing on imaging of human skin [PDF]
J. Borglin, N.D. Durr, O. Ferhanoglu, A-M. Wennberg, D. Hanstorp, A. Ben-Yakar & M.B. Ericson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
10:20-10:40 Combined two-photon microscopy and optical coherence tomography [PDF]
B. Kim, T.J. Wang & K.H. Kim (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Rep. of Korea)
 
09:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-C   Optical Theory IV: Point spread function, turbid media   (Reginald Theatre)
09:00-09:20 Method for 3D vector control of the PSF of a microscope using a binary spatial light modulator [PDF]
J.H. Clegg & M.A.A. Neil (Imperial College London, UK)
09:20-09:40 Transformation of volume holographic pupils for microscopic imaging [PDF]
H. Gao & G. Barbastathis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
09:40-10:00 Volume holographic pupils through turbid media [PDF]
C.-W. Chu, J.-C. Tsai, S.-L. Yu & Y. Luo (National Taiwan University, Taiwan (R.O.C.))
10:00-10:20 Imaging with annular focusing through a dielectric interface [PDF]
T.X. Hoang, R. Chen, K. Agarwal, C.J.R. Sheppard & X. Chen (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
10:20-10:40 Axially extended point spread function in confocal microscopy via tunable acoustic gradient-index lens [PDF]
K.-J. Hsu, K.-Y. Li, H.-H. Lin, Y.-Y. Lin, S.-W. Chu & A.-S. Chiang (Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
 
09:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-D   Femtosec. interaction, clearing, gold nanotags   (Studio 1)
09:00-09:20 Femtosecond laser generated optically generated sub-100 nm structures for biomedical and technical applications [PDF]
K. Koenig (Saarland University, Germany)
09:20-09:40 Femto-second laser dendrotomy [PDF]
M.A. Go, A. Colibaba, C. Stricker, S. Redman, H.A. Bachor & V.R. Daria (Australian National University, Australia)
09:40-10:00 Ultrashort femtosecond laser microscopy of stem cells [PDF]
A. Uchugonova & K. König (Saarland University, Germany)
10:00-10:20 Quantitative Multiphoton/CARS Tomography [PDF]
K. König, A. Uchugonova, H.G. Breunig, M. Weinigel & R. Bückle (Department of Biophotonics and Laser Technology, Saarbrücken, Germany)
10:20-10:40 Dynamic gold nanoparticle groupings as smart optical contrast agents [PDF]
L. Lermusiaux, V. Maillard & S. Bidault (Institut Langevin, ESPCI ParisTech, France)
 
09:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-E   Biomedical III: multimodal or time-resolved imaging of tisues   (Studio 2)
09:00-09:20 In vivo imaging of satellite cells during muscle regeneration [PDF]
H. Heemskerk, K. Sacadevan, P. Matsudaira & P.T.C. So (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore)
09:20-09:40 5D Multimodal nonlinear optics imaging for non invasive monitoring of regenerative medicine processes [PDF]
L. Mortati, C. Divieto, E. Cibrario Rocchietti, L. Accomasso, C. Cristallini, C. Giachino & M.P. Sassi (Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica - I.N.Ri.M., Italy)
09:40-10:00 Diagnose liver function in vivo with two-photon fluorescence of ICG [PDF]
Y.F. Shen, P.C. Wu, T.Y. Hsieh, K.W. Huang, Y.M. Wu & T.M. Liu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan (R.O.C.))
10:00-10:20 Functional and molecular imaging of liver and kidney fibrosis [PDF]
Z. Wu, J. Ehling, P. Boor, M. Bartneck, F. Tacke, T. Lammers, F. Kiessling & M. Zandvoort (University Clinic RWTH-Aachen, Germany)
10:20-10:40 A two photon fluorescent probe for pancreatic alpha cell imaging in live islets [PDF]
B.K. Agrawalla, N.Y. Kang, J.S.C. Lee, Y. Chandran, S.Y.D. Wan & Y.T. Chang (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
 
10:40-11:20 Coffee/tea break   (Exhibition area)
 
11:20-13:00 Parallel sessions
11:20-13:00 WE-MO2-PAR-A   Superresolution V: Applications   (York Theatre)
11:20-11:40 Photoactivated localization microscopy of mitochondrial nucleoids [PDF]
L. Alán, T. Spacek, T. Olejar & P. Jezek (Institute of Physiology, Dept.75, Czech Republic)
11:40-12:00 Ground state depletion based membrane raft imaging after cholesterol manipulation [PDF]
J Henriquez, D. Cheng, M. Huynh, L. Cole & F. Braet (University of Sydney, Australia)
12:00-12:20 dSTORM super-resolution imaging of cells expressing Rhabdovirus proteins [PDF]
T.D.M. Bell, D.R. Whelan, A. Brice & G.W. Moseley (Monash University, Australia)
12:20-12:40 Combined SIM, GSD and TIRF super-resolution approach to localise the RhoGAP protein SENEX in endothelial cells [PDF]
M.D. Lovelace, G.H.K. Chang, P.R. Coleman, M.A. Vadas & J.R. Gamble (Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine and Cell Biology, Australia)
12.40-13:00 Dual color colocalization methods in protein cluster for coordinate-based microscopy [PDF]
T. Tabarin, Y. Yamamoto, J. Rossy & K. Gaus (Centre for Vascular Research and Australian Centre for NanoMedicine, University of New South Wales, Australia)
 
11:20-13:00 WE-MO2-PAR-B   Non-linear microscopy IV: SHG, THG, biol/medic. appl.   (Everest Theatre)
11:20-11:40 Second harmonic imaging of microtubule dynamics [PDF]
M.A. Martens, M. Dondeyne, R. Paesen, M. Ameloot & P. Vanden Berghe (University of Leuven, Belgium)
11:40-12:00 Stokes polarimetry with second harmonics generation microscopy for determination of molecular organization in biological tissue [PDF]
M. Samim, S. Krouglov & V. Barzda (University of Toronto, Canada)
12:00-12:20 Grading the degree of epitheliel dysplasia in oral precancerous lesions using third harmonic genertion microscopy [PDF]
Y.T. Shih, C.Y. Lin, C.M. Lee, Y.H. Cheng, C.F. Lin, T.F. Shih & C.K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan, R.O.C)
12:20-12:40 3-photon activation for single cell labeling in vivo zebrafish [PDF]
D. Zalvidea, I. Tekeli, L. Jullien, X. Trepat & A. Raya (Institute for bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), Spain)
12.40-13:00 In vivo quantification of melanin mass density in human by using third harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
M.-R. Tsai, W.-M. Liu, Y.-H. Liao & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
 
11:20-13:00 WE-MO2-PAR-C   Optical Theory V: Polarisation imaging   (Reginald Theatre)
11:20-11:40 Optical coherence and polarization tomography [PDF]
M.L. Villiger, E.Z. Zhang, B.J. Vakoc & B.E. Bouma (Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, United States)
11:40-12:00 Adoption of vector vortex beams to increase the lateral resolution in optical coherence tomography [PDF]
C. Vitelli, F. Sciarrino & P. Mataloni (Center of Life NanoScience@La Sapienza, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Roma, Italy, Italia)
12:00-12:20 Achieving maximum possible efficiency of arbitrary oriented single molecule imaging [PDF]
S.V. Boichenko & K. Koenig (Irkutsk Branch of Institute of Laser Physics SB RAS, Russia)
12:20-12:40 Use of radial polarization microscopy for characterising optically detected magnetic resonance of nanodiamonds [PDF]
M. Barbiero, P.R. Dolan, X. Li & M. Gu (Centre for Micro-Photonics, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
12.40-13:00 Performance of cylindrically polarized light in focal modulation microscopy [PDF]
Y. Duan, C.J.R Sheppard, S. Rehman, G. Barbastathis & N. Chen (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) Centre, Singapore)
 
11:20-13:00 WE-MO2-PAR-D   Multi-modal, EM, AFM, Electr. Excit., X-ray   (Studio 1)
11:20-11:40 3D tomography of single bacterial cells with FIB/SEM correlated with modulus probing with AFM [PDF]
B. Liu & J. Fu (Monash Univeristy, Australia)
11:40-12:00 Effects of different frequency ranges on the characteristics of scanning electron microscope images [PDF]
K.S. Sim, M.E. Nia & C.P. Tso (Multimedia University, Malaysia)
12:00-12:20 Imaging intracellular quantum dots via electron-beam excited luminescence [PDF]
A.C. Narvaez, M.T. Haring, N. Liv, P. Kruit & J.P. Hoogenboom (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
12:20-12:40 Dynamic and high-resolution organelle imaging in living cells by direct electron beam excitation [PDF]
Y. Nawa, W. Inami, A. Ono, S. Lin, Y. Kawata, S. Terakawa, C.-Y. Fang & H.-C. Chang (Shizuoka University, Japan)
12.40-13:00 High resolution 3D X-ray microscopy in the laboratory [PDF]
A.P. Merkle, L.L. Lavery, J. Gelb & B. Linn (Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy, USA)
 
11:20-13:00 WE-MO2-PAR-E   Biol. V: Imaging of multicellular dynamics   (Studio 2)
11:20-11:40 In vivo multiphoton microscopy assessment of topical corticosteroid-induced skin modifications with age [PDF]
A.-M. Pena, T. Baldeweck, N. Parent, S. Brizion, A. Dupuy, M. Bagot & E. Tancrède-Bohin (L'Oréal Research and Innovation, France)
11:40-12:00 Determination of the cardiac function of zebrafish larvae with pseudo-dynamic 3D imaging for functional screening of drugs with cardiac activity and toxicity [PDF]
I. Liau, K.Y. Lin & W.T. Chang (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
12:00-12:20 Propagating waves of directional and coordinated collective cell migration [PDF]
A. Zaritsky, D. Kaplan, I. Hecht, S. Natan, L. Wolf, N. Gov, E. Ben-Jacob & I. Tsarfaty (Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel)
12:20-12:40 In-vivo 4-dimensional tracking of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells in adult mouse calvarial bone marrow [PDF]
M.K. Scott & C. Lo Celso (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
12.40-13:00 Imaging lateral root organogenesis deep inside the main root with light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) [PDF]
D. von Wangenheim, A. Schmitz, B.J. Chang, A. Maizel & E.H.K. Stelzer (Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany)
 
13:00-14:00 Lunch break  
 
14:00-14:50WE-AF-PLEN   Plenary lecture and closing   (York Theatre)
High resolution imaging of malaria parasites: Light, X-rays or electrons? [PDF]
M. Dixon, E. Hanssen, P. McMillan, C. Millet, M. Dearnley, M. Hliscs, C. Larabell & L. Tilley [invited] (Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and ARC Centre of Excellence for Coherent X-ray Science, Bio21 Institute, The University of Melbourne, Victoria 3010, Australia, Australia)
 
17:45 The cruise dinner will take place starting from King Street Wharf from where the vessel will depart and return  
 
17:45 Boarding from King St Wharf for the cruise/dinner  
 
22:00 (approx) Bus transfer back to the University after the cruise  
 

Poster Session 1 (Monday April 14, 17:50-19:10)

P1-A1   Posters I-A1: Biology, imaging of multicellular systems  
[P1-A1/01] Stability of Bovine Serum Albumin in Water-DMSO Mixture: An FCS Study [PDF]
A. Pabbathi, S. Patra & A. Samanta (University of Hyderabad, India)
[P1-A1/02] Single DNA imaging on a versatile surface engineered with an amphiphilic comb-copolymer [PDF]
R.R. Liu & N. Tomczak (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*star, Singapore)
[P1-A1/03] Surface hydrophilicity control of silicon nitride for cell culture [PDF]
Y. Masuda, Y. Nawa, W. Inami & Y. Kawata (Shizuoka University, Japan)
[P1-A1/04] Imaging antimicrobial peptides acting on nano structured lipid bilayer membranes using multi-modal optical microscope [PDF]
H. Kim, S. Lee, K. Kim, J. Ryu, S.Q. Choi, M. Choi & D. Gweon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
[P1-A1/05] Microsocpic and spectroscopic analysis of interaction between chlorophylls and graphene [PDF]
B.R. Tejaswini Rama, M. Mathesh, F. Braet, M. Chen & W. Yang (Deakin University, Australia)
[P1-A1/06] Single α-actinin observations in sarcomeres during stretch cycles [PDF]
X. Hu, F. Margadant, X. Xu & M. Sheetz (Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore)
[P1-A1/07] Muscle specific kinase autoantibodies modify postsynaptic membrane domains at the mouse neuromuscular synapse [PDF]
N. Ghazanfari, M. Morsch, N. Tse, S.W. Reddel, K.V. Toyka & W.D. Phillips (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P1-A1/08] Quantitative analysis of replication origin plasticity induced by inhibitors of topoisomerases [PDF]
P. Rybak, A. Waligórska, A. Hoang, . Bujnowicz & J. Dobrucki (Division of Cell Biophysics, Jagiellonian University, Polska)
[P1-A1/09] Real-time imaging of filamentous protein self-assembly by structured illumination and TIRF microscopy [PDF]
M.J. Shaw, A. Bella & M.G. Ryadnov (National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom)
[P1-A1/10] A novel tropomyosin 4/β-actin filament population that regulates ER to Golgi trafficking [PDF]
L. Yang, A.J. Kee, L. Tran, R. Weigert, P.W. Gunning & E.C. Hardeman (University of New South Wales, Australia)
[P1-A1/11] Cellular actin cortex composition and homeostasis resolved by integrating quantitative imaging and proteomics [PDF]
M. Biro, Y. Romeo, S. Kroschwald, M. Bovellan, A. Boden, J. Tcherkezian, P.P. Roux, G. Charras & E.K. Paluch (Centenary Institute of Cancer Medicine and Cell Biology, Australia)
[P1-A1/12] Novel insights into signal transduction pathways revealed by live cell TIRF microscopy [PDF]
D.M. Norris, J.R. Krycer, W.E. Hughes, J.G. Burchfield & D.E. James (The Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Australia)
[P1-A1/13] Confocal microscopy of expression of NLRP3 inflammasome and tight junction protein occludin in the lining epithelia of inflamed gingiva [PDF]
W. Guo, P. Ye, H. Yu, M. Simonian & N. Hunter (Westmead Millennium Institute, Australia)
[P1-A1/14] Elucidating polysaccharide deposition to create the architecture of the plant cell wall of Lolium multiflorum suspension culture cells using superresolution microscopy [PDF]
A.M.L. van de Meene, L.J. McAloney, P.J. McMillan, S.M. Wilson, A. Bacic & M.S. Doblin (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
[P1-A1/15] Galectin-3 defines an endocytic pathway in T cells [PDF]
C. Benzing & K. Gaus (UNSW, Australia)
[P1-A1/16] Trypanosoma cruzi Internalization by host cells can be mediated by a clathrin dependent mechanisms [PDF]
E.S. Barrias, L.C. Reignault, W. De Souza & T.M.U Carvalho (Inmetro, Brazil)
[P1-A1/17] Understanding the antiviral activity of hemocyanin protein against herpes simplex virus through microscopy [PDF]
N. Talaei Zanjani, M. Miranda Saksena, A.L. Cunningham, P. Valtchev, V.G. Gomes & F. Dehghani (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P1-A1/18] Tracking drug pathway in living cells by superresolution microscopy [PDF]
M. Hagmann, N. Celik, S. Rossberger, K. Licha, S. Dithmar, U. Birk & C. Cremer (Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Germany)
[P1-A1/19] Revealing Rad51 and 53BP1 distribution in HeLa cell nuclei after low and high let irradiation [PDF]
J. Reindl & G. Dollinger (Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany)
[P1-A1/20] Activation of T cells on microprinted cover glass surfaces [PDF]
M Amiezer, J. Rossy & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
 
P1-A2   Posters I-A2: Life sciences, biomedical  
[P1-A2/01] Characterization of renal fibrosis by a combination of clearing agent and second harmonic generation microscopy for chronic kidney disease [PDF]
P. Chen, S.M. Ka, C.W. Kuo, F.C. Chien, K.F. Hua, S.M. Yang, J.M. Chang, C.W. Wei, Y.J. Hsu & A. Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
[P1-A2/02] Impact of the actin cytoskeleton on the mechanical properties of tissues [PDF]
C. Heu, G. Schevzov, I. Jalilian, R. Whan & P. Gunning (2Biomedical Imaging Facility (BMIF) - Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre - University of New South Wales, Australia)
[P1-A2/03] Label-free functional characterization technique (hyperspectral imaging) for "stem cell - catrtilage" system for applications in regenerative medicine [PDF]
S. Mahbub, P. Succar, M.E. Gosnell, A.G. Anwer, M. Medynskyj, B. Herbert, G. Vessey & E.M. Goldys (Macquarie University, MQ BioFocus Research Centre, Australia)
[P1-A2/04] Sarcomere length changes in the beating human heart: High-speed time-lapse imaging of dilated cardiomyopathy samples containing mutations in two giant myofibrillar genes [PDF]
A. Li, D. King, E.P.W. Kable, E. Gioannoulatou, R. Knoell, F. Braet & C.G. dos Remedios (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P1-A2/05] Dynamic monitoring of drug release from nanoparticles using the combination of two powerful tools: FLIM and RICS [PDF]
H.T.T. Duong, E. Hinde, A. Macmillan, J.S. Basuki, K. Gaus, R. Whan, T.P. Davis & C. Boyer (University of New South Wales, Australia)
[P1-A2/06] Apoptosis in varicose veins of women of different age groups [PDF]
A. Arend & M. Aunapuu (University of Tartu, Estonia)
[P1-A2/07] In vivo 3D quantification of human skin using multiphoton microscopy and image processing [PDF]
T. Baldeweck, E. Decencière, S. Brizion, S. Koudoro, E. Tancrède-Bohin & A.-M. Pena (L'oreal, France)
[P1-A2/08] Combined microscopy techniques boost biomedical imaging of ocular tissues [PDF]
J.M. Bueno, D. Tranca, F.J. Valiente-Soriano, M. Aviles-Trigueros, S.G. Stanciu & G.A. Stanciu (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
[P1-A2/09] Investigating age-related diseases of the human retina by 3D-SIM-imaging [PDF]
F. Schock, G. Best, N. Celik, A. Bakulina, M. Hagmann, R. Heintzmann, J. Hesser, U. Birk, S. Dithmar & C. Cremer (Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Germany)
[P1-A2/10] Retracted
[P1-A2/11] Localisation and expression of obscurin in failing and non-failing human hearts, using confocal fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
M. Kahramanian, A. Li, A. Kontrogianni-Konstantopoulos, R. Knoell, P.S. Macdonald, C.G. dos Remedios & S. La (University of Sydney, Australia)
 
P1-B   Posters I-B: Superresolution microscopy I  
[P1-B/01] Development of the stimulated emission depletion microscope using transmission-type liquid crystal devices [PDF]
K. Otomo, T. Hibi, Y. Kozawa, H. Yokoyama, S. Sato & T. Nemoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)
[P1-B/02] Evaluation of the resolving power of ground state depletion super resolution microscopy using F-actin arrays in Caco-2 CELLS [PDF]
J. Henriquez, D. Cheng, M. Huynh, L. Cole & F. Braet (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P1-B/03] ThunderSTORM: a fast, comprehensive ImageJ plugin for PALM and STORM data analysis and super-resolution imaging [PDF]
P. Krizek, M. Ovesny, J. Borkovec, Z. Svindrych, E. Smirnov, I. Raska & G.M. Hagen (Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic)
[P1-B/04] Assessing the information content of single molecule localization microscopy [PDF]
T. Pengo, N. Olivier & S. Manley (King's College London, United Kingdom)
[P1-B/05] Improved optical setup for localization microscopy [PDF]
W. Schaufler, H. Eipel, C. Cremer & F. Bestvater (German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ), Germany)
[P1-B/06] Retracted
[P1-B/07] Re-scan confocal microscopy: New applications and comparison with confocal and structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
G.M.R. De Luca, R.M.P. Breedijk, P. Bianchini & E.M.M. Manders (University of Amsterdam, Nederland)
[P1-B/08] The fidelity of stochastic single-molecule super-resolution reconstructions critically depends upon robust background estimation [PDF]
E. Hoogendoorn, K.C. Crosby, D. Leyton-Puig, R.M.P Breedijk, K. Jalink, T.W.J Gadella & M. Postma (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
[P1-B/09] Massive data processing in super-resolution localization microscopy: Challenges and our recent progresses [PDF]
Z.L. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
[P1-B/10] Combined electron- and super resolution fluorescence microscopy for multimodal study of DNA-nanoparticle interactions: Toward high content genomic mapping [PDF]
K.P.F. Janssen, T. Franklin, R. Neely, M.B.J. Roeffaers & J. Hofkens (KU Leuven, Belgium)
 
P1-C   Posters I-C: Optical theory and image formation  
[P1-C/01] Retracted
[P1-C/02] Optical sectioning in a single exposure using polarisation-coded structured illumination microscopy (picoSIM) and nanogratings [PDF]
S. Shukla, K. Wicker & R. Heintzmann (Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany, Germany)
[P1-C/03] Adaptive optics implementation in spinning disk microscopy: Better contrast and resolution of the image in fixed and live cells [PDF]
V. Fraisier, G. Clouvel, A. Jasaitis, T. Piolot & J. Salamero (Institut Curie CNRS UMR144, France)
[P1-C/04] A simple technique for measuring the M2 parameter, optical focus, astigmatism and ellipticity of the light exiting an objective lens in a laser scanning microscope [PDF]
G. Norris, S. Wilson, J. Tragardh, C. Travis, G. Oppo & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, UK)
[P1-C/05] From real to reciprocal space [PDF]
S. Golde, H.J. Schöpe & T. Palberg (Graduate School Material Science in Mainz, Germany)
[P1-C/06] Design of line beam optics for microscopy [PDF]
H. Lee, H. Jung, D. Gweon, C. Song & E. Choi (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
[P1-C/07] Misalignment detection and correction in flat-panel cone-beam microtomography [PDF]
X. Xu, V. Pornpojratanakul, F. Margadant, C.H. Tsou & P.C. Cheng (MechanoBiology Institute, Singapore)
[P1-C/08] Pinhole shape - the more corners the more efficient? [PDF]
R.T. Borlinghaus (Leica Microsystems Mannheim, Germany)
[P1-C/09] Three-beam interference with circular polarization for structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
S.Y. Chiang, H.C. Huang, B.J. Chang & L.J. Chou (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan)
 
P1-D   Posters I-D: Fluorescence  
[P1-D/01] Application of fluorescent molecular diffusion dynamic measurement in allergenic compounds tracing in vitro [PDF]
Y.N. Sun, Y.N Sun, Q. Zhang, S.H. Ma, Y. Wang & Y.H. Yu (Experimental Research Center, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, China)
[P1-D/02] Research of the anisotropy relaxation time of Rhodamine 6G fluorescence in samples of cerebrospinal fluid of patients with diseases of the cardiovascular system [PDF]
A.V. Bartul, S.A. Zilov, A.L. Rakevich & V.V. Kovalev (Institute of Laser Physics of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
[P1-D/03] Combining FRET imaging with single-virus particle tracking to elucidate the uncoating process of Dengue virus [PDF]
L.W. Chu, C.H. Lee & Y.H. Ping (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
[P1-D/04] Can fluorescence and SHG data be enriched by Mueller matrix signature? [PDF]
A. Diaspro, C.J.R. Sheppard, P. Bianchini, G. Vicidomini, F. Cella Zanacchi & C. Peres (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
 
P1-E   Posters I-E: Instrumentation general, tags, cameras  
[P1-E/01] High resolution cone-beam microtomography of botanical specimens [PDF]
X. Xu, V. Pornpojratanakul, F. Margadant, C. Tsou & P.C. Cheng (Dept. of Electrical Engineering, USA)
[P1-E/02] Simultaneous triple-spectral fiber-optic source for optical coherence tomography at 0.8, 1.0, and 1.3 micron regime [PDF]
M.T. Tsai, J.Y. Lu & M.C. Chan (Imaging and Biomedical Photonics, College of Photonics, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan, R. O. C)
[P1-E/03] Real-time processor for microscope control with nanosecond precision [PDF]
R. Schick, A. Hildebrand, Ch. Seebacher & R. Uhl (BioImaging Zentrum (BIZ), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)
[P1-E/04] Development of experimental versatility for an all-in-one spinning-disk confocal system [PDF]
S.L. Page, H. Campbell, V. Jones, N. Fossat, P.P.L. Tam & M. Chircop (Children's Medical Research Institute, Australia)
[P1-E/05] Cellular individualty observed by cavity enhanced light absorption microscpy [PDF]
Y. Arai, T. Yamamoto & T. Nagai (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research Osaka University, Japan)
[P1-E/06] Fast three-dimensional imaging with dual-detection confocal microscopy [PDF]
D.R. Lee, D.G Gweon & H.K. Yoo (KAIST, Republic of Korea)
[P1-E/07] Sample holder for rotation of 3-dimensional specimens in microscopy [PDF]
T. Bruns, S. Schickinger & H. Schneckenburger (Aalen University / Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
[P1-E/08] Optical imaging applications of multimodal microscope system [PDF]
J. Ryu, Y.D. Kim, H. Kim, J.B. Kim, J.W. Song, S. Lee, S.Q. Choi, J.W. Kim, H. Yoo & D.G. Gweon (KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), South Korea)
[P1-E/09] Compact and portable fiber-delivered femtosecond excitation source for nonlinear light microscopy: A possible alternative of bulky mode-locked solid-state laser [PDF]
J.Y. Lu, C.H. Lien & M.C. Chan (Imaging and Biomedical Photonics, College of Photonics, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan, R. O. C)
[P1-E/10] STEM-based cathodoluminescence bioimaging with using nanophosphors [PDF]
H. Niioka, T. Furukawa, S. Fukushima, N. Yamamoto, T. Araki & M. Hashimoto (Osaka University, Japan)
[P1-E/11] Rare-earth doped nanophosphors for multi-colored cathodoluminescence and up-conversion luminescence bioimaging [PDF]
S. Fukushima, T. Furukawa, H. Niioka, M. Ichimiya, J. Miyake, M. Ashida, T. Araki & M. Hashimoto (Graduate school of engineering science, Osaka University, Japan)
[P1-E/12] High performance of in vivo dual T1/T2 imaging using iron oxide nanoparticle complex with EGFR targeting [PDF]
F.Y. Cheng, D.B. Shieh, C.H. Su & P.C. Wu (Institute of Oral Medicine/Medical Device Innovation Center, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
[P1-E/13] The bright fluorescent far-red PFBTDBT10 encapsulated dye within poly glycidyl methacrylate nanoparticles in multi-modal in vivo bioimaging [PDF]
J.G. Murphy, N. Smith, A. Buckley, I. Gachulincova, D. Ho, M. Norret, S. Dunlop & K.S. Iyer (The University of Western Australia, Australia)
[P1-E/14] A synthetically developed europium chelate for luminescent in situ hybridization detection of Staphylococcus aureus. [PDF]
N Sayyadi, R. Connally, A. Try & A. Sunna (Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences, Macquarie University, Australia)
 

Poster Session 2 (Tuesday April 15, 17:50-19:10)

P2-A1   Posters II-A1: Biology, imaging of multicellular systems  
[P2-A1/01] Gold nanoslits SPR based microfluidic chip for capturing and detection of cancer cells in human blood [PDF]
M.Z. Mousavi, H.Y. Chen, S.H. Wu, H.S. Hou, C.Y.Y. Chang, K.L. Lee, S. Roffler, P.K. Wei & J.Y. Cheng (Academia Sinica Taiwan, Taiwan)
[P2-A1/02] Optical measurement on membrane roughness of neuroblastoma cells influenced by amyloid-beta 42 and gold nanoparticles [PDF]
H.-J. Pan, L.-L. Jang, Y.-H. Liao, Y.-R. Chen & C.-H. Lee (Academia Sinica, Republic of China (Taiwan))
[P2-A1/03] Mitochondria need superresolution microscopy: Hypoxic cristae inflation is reflected distinctly by biplane fpalm with intermembrane space vs. matrix marker [PDF]
P. Jezek, L. Alán, H. Engstova, T. Spacek & L. Plecita-Hlavata (Institute of Physiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Dept.75, Czech Republic)
[P2-A1/04] Light scattering microscopy - An appropriate tool for probing apoptosis? [PDF]
V. Richter, S. Schickinger, P. Weber & H. Schneckenburger (Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
[P2-A1/05] Retracted
[P2-A1/06] On-demand scanning electron microscopy during in-situ live-cell fluorescence observation [PDF]
N. Liv, D.S.B. van Oosten Slingeland, J.P. Baudoin, P. Kruit, D.W. Piston & J.P. Hoogenboom (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
[P2-A1/07] Browsing the 3D-nanocosm of live cells [PDF]
A. Hildebrand, R. Schick, H. Harz & R. Uhl (BioImaging Zentrum (BIZ), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)
[P2-A1/08] Inducible expression of PTEN and TP53 affects cellular mechanical properties of isogenic glioblastoma cell lines - A quantitative AFM study [PDF]
A. Berquand, H.M. Kuhn, A. Holloschi, J. Mollenhauer & P. Kioschis (University of Applied Sciences Mannheim, Germany)
[P2-A1/09] Revealing the intracellular pathways of Dengue virus by single-virus particle tracking during the early stage of infection [PDF]
Y.H. Lin, L.W. Chu & Y.H. Ping (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
[P2-A1/10] Imaging of fluorescently labeled olive polyphenol hydroxytyrosol in Caco-2 Cells [PDF]
K. Kobayashi, Y. Mogi, F. Saito, T. Shiga, S. Takei, M. Huynh, D. Cheng, T. Suzuki, F. Braet & Y. Yamamoto (Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan)
[P2-A1/11] Live cell imaging of angiogenic responses of human umbilical vein endothelial cells by FRET [PDF]
L. Wang & R.E. Nordon (University of New South Wales, Australia)
[P2-A1/12] The auto-detoxifying mechanisms of cancer-Selective killing iron/gold nanoparticles [PDF]
Y.N. Wu, L.X. Yang, W.C. Su, D.B. Shieh & F. Braet (National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan)
[P2-A1/13] Quantification of sarcomere length oscillations in human cardiomyocytes [PDF]
A. Li, D. King & C.G. dos Remedios (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P2-A1/14] Rhogocyte cell isolation and characterization from mollusc's tissue using FACS IF-FISH [PDF]
F. Sairi, P. Valtchev, V. Gomes & F. Dehghani (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P2-A1/15] Cu and Zn trigger increased levels of H2O2 in cells of the moss Physcomitrella patens [PDF]
S. Sassmann, M. Weidinger, B. Bock, W. Adlassnig & I. Lang (University of Vienna, Austria)
[P2-A1/16] Metal tolerance strategies of mosses differ at the celluar level [PDF]
S. Antreich, S. Sassmann, S. Wernitznig, M. Weidinger & I. Lang (University of Vienna, Austria)
[P2-A1/17] Imaging of the effect of vitamin B12 deficiency on reabsorption of vitamin A in the kidney [PDF]
T. Shiga, K. Ishida, T. Kawata, T. Suzuki, Y. Yamamoto & K. Kobayashi (Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan)
[P2-A1/18] Confocal fluorescence microscopy as a tool for bone development monitoring in newborn rats [PDF]
Z. Drzazga, W. Ciszek, M. Nowacka & K. Polaczek-Grelik (University of Silesia, Chelkowski Institute of Physics, Department of Medical Physics, Poland)
[P2-A1/19] Metabolic mapping by (quantitative) enzyme histochemistry [PDF]
C.J.F. Van Noorden (Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
 
P2-B   Posters II-B: Superresolution microscopy II  
[P2-B/01] Single molecule localization microscopy of mouse pachytene chromosomes [PDF]
K. Prakash, M. Borsos, S. Redl, H.-K. Lee, M. Hagmann, K. Tachibana-Konwalski, R. Ketting, U. Birk & C. Cremer (Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Germany)
[P2-B/02] Single molecule localization microscopy of the distribution of chromatin substructures using standard DNA dyes [PDF]
A.T. Szczurek, K. Prakash, H.-K. Lee, D.J. Żurek-Biesiada, J.W. Dobrucki, U. Birk & C. Cremer (Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Germany)
[P2-B/03] Super resolution imaging of focal adhesions on a nano-scaled adhesive surface [PDF]
M. Mollazade, J. Gooding, T. Boecking, A.H. Soeriyadi & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
[P2-B/04] Effectiveness of 3D-SIM for colocalization of hormones in storage vesicles of enteroendocrine cells [PDF]
H.-J. Cho, P.J. Mcmillan & J.B. Furness (University of Melbourne, Australia)
[P2-B/05] Structured illumination microscopy for super-resolution imaging of a living cell [PDF]
B.P. Ahluwalia, D.L. Wolfson, F.Y.S. Chuang & T. Huser (University of Tromsø, The Artic University of Norway, Norway)
[P2-B/06] Hexagonal SIM with phase gratings and coherent light [PDF]
M. Schropp & R. Uhl (BioImaging Zentrum Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, Germany)
[P2-B/07] Structured illumination microscopy with leds light sources and multifrequency patterns [PDF]
Z. Svindrych, P. Krizek, M. Ovesny, J. Borkovec, E. Smirnov, I. Raska & G.M. Hagen (First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic)
[P2-B/08] Quantitative super-resolution imaging of active zone states [PDF]
S van de Linde, N. Ehmann, D. Ljaschenko, X.Z. Keung, A. Rings, A. DiAntonio, S. Hallermann, M. Heckmann, M. Sauer & R.J. Kittel (University of Wuerzburg, Biotechnol. & Biophysics, Germany)
[P2-B/09] Nano-organization of key T-cell signalling proteins revealed by 3D PALM/dSTORM [PDF]
N. Rother, J. Rossy & K. Gaus (University of New South Wales, Australia)
[P2-B/10] Resolution enhancement for low-temperature scanning microscopy by cryostat immersion imaging [PDF]
M. Metzger, A. Konrad, R. Kaufmann, M. Hussels, S. Skandary, C. Hagen, K. Gruenewald, A.J. Meixner & M. Brecht (University of Tuebingen, Germany)
 
P2-C   Posters II-C: SPIM, Phase, OCT, Single mo., materials, food  
[P2-C/01] Single plane illumination microscopy with time-Modulated excitation for environmental sensing [PDF]
A. Karampatzakis, A.P. Singh, P. Török & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P2-C/02] Optimizing light sheet microscopy for multi-color imaging of variable size samples on an open imaging facility [PDF]
L. Leconte, F. Waharte & J. Salamero (Institut Curie UMR144, France)
[P2-C/03] Adapting a commercial confocal to perform scanned light sheet imaging in wing discs and embryos [PDF]
S.A. McKinney, A. Kroesen & W. Wiegraebe (Stowers Institute for Medical Research, United States)
[P2-C/04] Dynamic complex-plane background suppression in quantitative phase contrast microscopy [PDF]
D.V. Dylov, C. Joo, E. Kim, X. Shi & S. Yazdanfar (GE Global Research, USA)
[P2-C/05] Differential phase polarization sensitive optical coherence microscopy [PDF]
T.-L. Ma, C.-K. Lee, M.-T. Tsai & C. Chou (National Yang Ming University, Taiwan)
[P2-C/06] Simulation of optical coherence tomography based nanoscale displacement measurement [PDF]
P.R.T. Munro, A. Curatolo, L. Chin, B.F. Kennedy & D.D. Sampson (University of Western Australia, Australia)
[P2-C/07] Imaging of single molecules in complex environments [PDF]
H. Piwonski, N. Masiera, A. Sokolowski & J. Waluk (Institute of Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
[P2-C/08] Photophysical properties of β-Naphthylamine doped in different polymer matrices [PDF]
K. Singh, S. Naithani & G.C. Joshi (H.N.B.Garhwal University Srinagar Garhwal, India)
[P2-C/09] Auto-metrology on 3D FinFET TEM images [PDF]
S. Biring (Materials Analysis Technology Inc., Taiwan)
[P2-C/10] Hydroxyapatite surface charge investigated by laser scanning microscopy and scattering-near field optical microscopy [PDF]
R. Hristu, S.G. Stanciu, D.E. Tranca, S.A.M Tofail & G.A. Stanciu (University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania)
[P2-C/11] GHz frequency domain photon migration by simultaneous multiple modulations in femtosecond laser pulses [PDF]
H.Y. Lin, N.Y. Cheng, S.H. Tseng & M.C. Chan (Imaging and Biomedical Photonics, College of Photonics, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan, R. O. C)
 
P2-D   Posters II-D: CARS, two-photon, SHG, THG  
[P2-D/01] An optogenetics toolbox for two photon microscopy [PDF]
M. Wewer, B. Müller-Zülow, U. Schröer, T. Pingel & H. Spiecker (LaVision BioTec, Germany)
[P2-D/02] Efficient excitation of blue emitting dyes by two-photon microscopy at visible wavelengths [PDF]
J. Tragardh, G. Robb, R. Amor, J. Dempster & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, UK)
[P2-D/03] In vivo tracking metabolic insulin with two-photon fluorescence of gold nanodots [PDF]
P.C. Wu, C.L. Liu, T.M. Liu, C.K.. Tsai, J.W. Lin, R.B. Hsu, T.D. Wang, C.C. Chen, C.K. Sun & P.T. Chou (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P2-D/04] Multipoint multiphoton microscope [PDF]
H. Nakayama, K. Otomo, T. Murata, T. Hibi, R. Kawakami & T. Nemoto (Yokogawa Electric Corporation, Japan)
[P2-D/05] Modal-based algorithms for sensorless adaptive optics multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
M. Skorsetz, P. Artal & J.M. Bueno (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
[P2-D/06] Two-photon microscopy for tracing topical delivery and photorelease [PDF]
V. Kirejev, A.R. Gonçalves, N. Kandoth, K. Yannakopoulou, S. Sortino & M.B. Ericson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
[P2-D/07] Polarization and second harmonic signal in collagen-based tissue imaging with different spatial distributions [PDF]
O. Del Barco, F.J. Avila & J.M. Bueno (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
[P2-D/08] Quantitative analysis of intrinsic skin aging in human dermal papillae by in vivo second harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
G.L. Lin, S.Y. Chou, M.R. Tsai, Y.H. Liao & C.K. Sun (Graduate Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P2-D/09] Analysis of the variation and accuracy of quantified second harmonic generation imaging of collagen in human lung tissues [PDF]
G. Tjin, S.H. Kable, E.P.W. Kable & J.K. Burgess (Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Australia)
[P2-D/10] Spectroscopic study of second harmonic generation chiral microscopy in type I collagen [PDF]
M.-Y. Chen, C.-W. Kan, K.-Y. Li, Y.-Y. Lin & S.-W. Chu (Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan,R.O.C.)
[P2-D/11] Presurgical margin definition of extramammary Paget's disease by using in vivo harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
M.-R. Tsai, Y.-H. Liao & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P2-D/12] Nonlinear optical single-molecular image technique applying in nanostructure study of macromolecules from chicken egg [PDF]
X.M. Wang (Hubei University of Chinese Medicine, China)
[P2-D/13] Contrast mechanisms in third harmonic generation microscopy with gaussian and shaped beams [PDF]
N. Olivier, N. Vuillemin, D. Debarre, P. Mahou & E. Beaurepaire (LOB - Ecole Polytechnique, France)
 
P2-E   Posters II-E: Image processing, analysis  
[P2-E/01] Compressive reconstruction of objects through turbid media with a volume hologram [PDF]
W. Chen, Z. Zhang, Y. Liu, Z. Chen, Y. Duan, S. Rehman, H.P. Lee & G. Barbastathis (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P2-E/02] Compressed sensing for sparsified scanning electron microscopy images in the transform domain [PDF]
A. Almogbel (King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia)
[P2-E/03] Taylor series based map approach outperforms existing image reconstruction techniques [PDF]
S. Dilipkumar & P. Mondal (Indian Institute of Science, India)
[P2-E/04] Exploring the fate of microparticles in cerebral malaria using 3D reconstruction [PDF]
A. Cohen, S. Latham, V. Combes & G.E.R. Grau (Vacular Immunology Unit, University of Sydney, Australia)
[P2-E/05] Development of a doubly weighted Gerchberg-Saxton algorithm for use in multibeam imaging applications [PDF]
S.P. Poland, N. Krstajić, R.D. Knight, R.K. Henderson & S. Ameer-Beg (Kings College London, United Kingdom)
[P2-E/06] A software framework for molecular combing slide acquisition [PDF]
F. Salvaire (Genomic Vision, France)
[P2-E/07] Compressive sensing approach to reconstruct HiLo images [PDF]
S. Rehman, Y. Duan, W. Chen & G. Barbastathis (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore)
[P2-E/08] Diverse imaging with sparsity priors [PDF]
G. Barbastathis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
[P2-E/09] Normalized polarization ratios for the analysis of cell polarity [PDF]
R. Shimoni, M. Gu & S. Russell (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
 
P2-F   Posters II-F: Correlative light and electron microscopy  
[P2-F/01] 3-D TEM and correlative light and electron microscopy of membrane-bound vesicles in Caco-2 cells [PDF]
G.J. Shami, J. Henriquez, D. Cheng & F. Braet (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P2-F/02] Shuttle and find correlative light and scanning electron microscopy to swiftly dissect fine structure topology [PDF]
J Henriquez, D. Cheng, S. Hart, S. Kindler, M. Huynh, G. Shami, P. Trimby & F. Braet (University of Sydney, Australia)
[P2-F/03] Correlative microscopy using silver-gold intensified DAB staining [PDF]
S. Junek, L. Moreaux, A. Esposito, D. Husainie, S. Haverkamp & G. Laurent (Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt, Germany)
[P2-F/04] The SECOM platform: An integrated CLEM solution [PDF]
S.V. den Hoedt, A.P.J. Effting & M.T. Haring (DELMIC BV, the Netherlands)
[P2-F/05] CL-SEM for studies on cellular components and infection [PDF]
P. Bomme, A. Mallet, M. Lelek, A. Salles, S. Mostowy, T. Rose, C. Zimmer, M.C. Prévost, S. Shorte & A. Sartori (Institut Pasteur, France)
[P2-F/06] 3D CLEM-SEM for studies on the fascinate tubular structures of Salmonella in situ during host cells infection [PDF]
A. Mallet, P. Bomme, J. Enninga, A. Weiner, M.C. Prevost, S. Shorte & A. Sartori (Institut Pasteur, France)
[P2-F/07] Optimized procedures for subcellular spatial alignment during live-cell CLEM [PDF]
B.S. Padman, M. Bach & G. Ramm (Monash University, Australia)
[P2-F/08] Correlative light-electron microscopy (CLEM) combining live-cell imaging and immunolabeling of ultrathin cryosections [PDF]
C. van Rijnsoever, V.M.J. Oorschot & J. Klumperman (MMI, Monash University, Australia)