The abstract submission for FOM2020 is now open
During abstract submission you can select a preferred topic for assignment
of your abstract in the program. Note also the FOM2020 Abstract Submission Terms
and Conditions stated below.
Contributed papers covering original work in the topics of FOM2020 (see home page) can be accepted for presentation, either as oral or poster. An abstract, of up to one page, must be in camera-ready form for direct reproduction. The text has to be typed in 12-point, Times, single spaced only. The title of the talk and authors' names, affiliations, complete return addresses or e-mail address must appear on the top of the pages typed in 12-point bold and centered. Cite references at the end of the abstract. For details, please refer to the Authors manual. The abstract must be formatted for printout on A4-size (210x297mm, 8.27x11.69in) with 25mm (or 1 inch) margins on all sides. Micrographs and other illustrations (monochrome only) are welcomed but must fit within the page.
For the FOM 2020 conference both oral end poster presentations are scheduled.
You may request an oral or poster presentation, Oral presentation can however not be guaranteed due to the limited space available for oral presentations and the Session Organizers will make the final decision.
Basically presentations in a plenary session are scheduled for 40 minutes (including discussion time). For oral presentations in parallel sessions (with occasional exceptions) 20 minutes including discussion time is scheduled. Please check the detailed program when available on this website by February 7, 2020.
Size poster board: 1 meter wide x 1.5 meter high
During abstract submission you can select from the following a preferred topic for assignment your contribution in the FOM2020 program:
|SR||Super-Resolution||All experimental and computational super-resolution and nanoscopy methods.|
|OT||Optical, Theory, Phase||Image Formation, Optical Theory, Adaptive Optics, Optical design, Phase and Wavefront Sensing, OCT, Holography.|
|VN||Vibrational & Nonlinear microscopies||SHG, THG, SFG, Raman, CARS, Multiphoton, etc.|
|LS||Light Sheet||All forms of Light Sheet microscopies.|
|CM||Correlative Microscopies||EM together with LM, STORM/PALM, AFM etc.|
|FL||Fluorescence||FLIM, FCS, FRAP, fluctuation and single molecule spectroscopy, fluorescence probes, proteins, quantum dots.|
|BI||Biology||Microcopy and Spectroscopy applications to biological relevant questions; e.g. imaging of structure, dynamics and interactions in cells, tissues and organisms, viruses etc.|
|ME||Medical||Optical Microscopy and Pathology, Tissue, Cancer, imaging of disease models, etc.|
|BR||Brain Imaging||(3D) Brain Imaging/Physiology/Organization, Encoded Optical Imaging.|
|IA||Image Analysis||Image Processing (3D) Restoration, Self/Deep Learning approaches, Artificial Intelligence.|
|MT||Microscopy techniques||Novel Instrumentation, Scan Approaches, EM, Thermal, Ptychography, Plasmon, X-Ray, Endoscopy, etc.|
|VT||Various topics||Tracking, single molecule imaging, High Speed/Content/Throughput, Camera's, Calibration, Scanning probe techniques: Optical Tweezers, SNOM, AFM, other topics.|
As abstract topics often overlap, the final abstract category assignment will be decided by the organizers for optimal organization in coherent sessions. The parallel sessions will be organized similar to previous FOM conferences.
By submitting an abstract you have agreed to the terms and conditions as set out below.