Announcing: Focus on Microscopy 2018 JeJu,
Korea March 25-28, 2018
After the successful ending of the conference
in Bordeaux Focus on Microscopy 2017 Bordeaux,
France April 9-12, 2017
The next Focus on Microscopy
conference, FOM 2018 will take place in Jeju, Korea, from Sunday March,
25-28, 2018, i.e. in the week before Easter 2018.
Jeju is very scenic
volcanic island located to the South of the Korean Peninsula with a clement
climate. It has an International Airport with many direct or one-stop
connections with Hong Kong, Tokio, Shanghai, Korean airports etc.
It is basically a resort area
where people often go for Weddings etc. but has also excellent conference
facilities. The conference will be organized together with Dr. Donghyun Kim
and Prof Park from the Yonsei University in Seoul.
This year’s conference, FOM2017, in Bordeaux has been successfully concluded drawing over
800 participants and close to 100 exhibitors/exhibitor booths both from Asia/Australia as from Europe and America. The program together with the one-page PDF abstracts of the presentations can be viewed under the “program” button on the left. Please note also the “search” button permitting full searches through the whole FOM archive over the years.
At the present moment we want just to announce the next FOM conference in Jeju , from Sunday March 25 to Wednesday March 28 2018.
Please note that this is in the week before Easter 2018.
The website will be updated in the coming time with the relevant information
for the FOM2018 JeJu, Korea conference. To be kept informed about the conference please leave your email
For the present the information on the site still reflects the Bordeaux 2017 conference
Tutorial workshops are offered before the start of the conference on
Sunday April 9 afternoon from 10:30 to 12:45. Attendance is free for
registered participants. See for details the program on the website. Subjects and speakers are:
Tutorial on Controlling Wavefronts with Spatial Light
Modulators A. Jesacher [invited] (Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria)
Tutorial - Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy: from Basic
Theory to Applications Wohland [invited] (National
University of Singapore, Singapore)
Tutorial on Structured Illumination Microscopy S. Abrahamsson [invited] (The Rockefeller University, United States)
Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy J.B. Sibarita
[invited] (CNRS UMR 5297, University of Bordeaux, France)
Bordeaux is the capital of the Aquitaine-Limousin-Poitou-Charentes region.
Located in the southern part of France, Bordeaux is a beautiful historical city with it centre listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Bordeaux is also
known as the world's major wine capital with its wines having been produced in the region since the 8th century.
The Bordeaux area is also remarkable for its research in
Microscopy and more generally in BioImaging, involving strongly interrelated
research fields such as laser, photonics, neuroscience, cancer science,
plant research, etc.. Their excellence was confirmed through their
contribution to placing the University of Bordeaux among the three
universities definitively labelled in France as “Initiative for Excellence”
Focus on Microscopy 2017 is the continuation of a yearly conference series presenting the latest innovations in optical microscopy and their application in
biology, medicine and the material sciences. Key subjects for the conference series are the theory and practice of 3D optical imaging, related 3D image
processing, and reporting especially on developments in resolution and imaging modalities. The conference series covers also the rapidly advancing
fluorescence labeling techniques for confocal and multi-photon 3D imaging of -live- biological specimens.
Typical topics of the present FOM conference include:
• Theory and practice of confocal and multiphoton-excitation microscopy
• Super-resolution, nanoscopy imaging: from PSF engineering (4pi, SIM, STED), fluorescent activation/quenching, stochastic/centroid (PALM, STORM, GSDIM, SOFI and related techniques) to TIRF
• 3D and 4D live cell and tissue imaging
• Adaptive optics for microscopy
• Light sheet microscopy
• Phase/interference based microscopies,
• OCT, holographic, endoscopy
• Advanced fluorescence imaging/spectroscopy: FRET, FRAP, FLIM, FCS, SOFI
• New fluorescence probes, proteins, quantum dots, single molecule imaging
• Clearing and expansion techniques.
• Coherent non-linear microscopies: SHG, THG, SFG, CARS.
• Multi-dimensional fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy imaging
• Correlated microscopies, light/electron, et al.
• Laser manipulation and tracking, photo-activation
• Fast acquisition, automated and high-content microscopy
• 3D image processing and visualization for multidimensional data
At the 2017 conference the topic “Single object - molecule, Quantum Dot,
Nanotube- based imaging will receive special attention.
A technical exhibition will be an integral part of the upcoming FOM conference.
All information about the previous FOM conferences of the last 10 years can be found on this website under button “Past
conferences”. From 2004 onwards also one
page abstracts in PDF format of the presented contributions are available in the listed program of the conferences. Please note also the "Search FOM data
base " button for full searches through the whole FOM archive over the years.
Deadline for the submission of abstracts
Acceptance of contributions, draft program on the web
February 10, 2017
Deadline for early registration
April 9 - 12, 2017
Easter Sunday 2017
April 16, 2017
Welcoming you to Bordeaux for the FOM2017 conference and exhibition,
the FOM2017 organizers:
• Lionel Canioni, University Bordeaux, France
• Fred Brakenhoff, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The FOM2017 conference incorporates:
30th International Conference on 3D Image Processing in Microscopy
29th International Conference on Confocal Microscopy
Main sponsors and supporting organizations of Focus on Microscopy 2017: