Programme

01 September 2020 -

The Invited speakers talks below will be uploaded onto the website ready to view at 9am :

Nanoscale Thermometry and NMR Spectroscopy using Nanodiamond Quantum Sensors
Helena Knowles, University of Cambridge, UK

Nanoscale Pattern Extraction from Relative Positions of Sparse 3D localisations
Michelle Peckham, University of Leeds, UK

Information in localisation micrscopy
Susan Cox, Kings College London, UK 

Progress in Single-Molecule Counting by Localization Microscopy
Joshua Milstein, University of Toronto, Canada

Label-free Chemically Specific Imaging In-Planta with Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy
Julian Moger, University of Exeter, UK 

Quantitative hyperspectral coherent Raman scattering microscopy for bioimaging label-free
Paola Borri, University of Cardiff, UK 

Deciphering anomalous heterogeneous intracellular transport with neural networks
Daniel Han, University of Manchester, UK

Robotic Microscopy for Everyone
Richard Bowman, University of Bath, UK 

A versatile Oblique Plane Microscope with high spatio-temporal resolution
Reto Fiolka, UT Southwestern, USA 

The Multi-Step Solubilization Mechanism of Sub-Micron Sized Vesicles by Detergents
Steve Quinn, University of York, UK 

Poster presentations:

Dynamics of Endoplasmic Reticulum Tubules in Live Cells
Hannah Perkins, University of Manchester, UK

Image Fusion: Methods for High Spatial Resolution IR imaging
Safaa Al Jedani, University of Liverpool, UK

Hyperspectral imaging for discrimination of cancerous and precancerous tissue: An intercomparison of the performance of  machine learning and deep learning
Aidan Meade, TU Dublin, Ireland

FTIR imaging to predict oral cancer development in oral epithelial dysplasia
Barney Ellis, University of Liverpool, UK

Infrared imaging as an adjunct to clinical/pathological staging in oral cancer
Conor Whitley, University of Liverpool, UK

Deep Learning and STORM discerning 3D structure and orientation
Benjamin Blundell, Kings College London, UK 

A case for joint EEG-fNIRS analysis: prospects for understanding Parkinson cortical behaviour
Arthur Valencio, University of Campinas, Brazil

Membrane Environment Enables Ultrafast Isomerization of Amphiphilic Azobenzene
Giuseppe Maria Paterno, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy

02 September 2020 -

11:00-12:00 - Feedback session for poster presenters 

14:00 - Live Q&A with all speakers 

17:30 - Close of event


Key dates

Abstract submission deadline [Extended]:

31 July 2020

Registration deadline:

28 August 2020