Fluorescence Microscopy Workshop IV - On cutting edge technologies


This is a unique opportunity to bring together in one site the latest news of the greatest actors of fluorescence microscopy in Paris.

Practical information

Institut Pasteur
13-17 May 2019
In English

The teaching department and  the C2RT  is organizing   the fourth Fluorescence Workshop including both symposium (May 13th 2019) and  demonstration (May 13-17th). This workshop will be held on the campus and will run for until friday, may 17th, 2019.
The symposium is intended for all people using or developing technologies related to fluorescence microscopy (researchers, post-docs, engineers, technicians, students) but also to all guests and customers invited by the companies. This is a unique opportunity to bring together in one site the latest news of the greatest actors of fluorescence microscopy in Paris.

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Symposium Program

Institut Pasteur, François Jacob Auditorium, May 13, 2019

This year, talks around both acquisition and analysis in Super Resolution will be designed with scientific and commercial presentation. This edition promises a lot of intense scientific discussions on these topics. 


Susan Cox King'College London, London, UK, Institut Pasteur


King's College London , London, UK
Seeing and believing at super-resolution




Ulrike Endesfelder Research Group Leader Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Germany - Institut Pasteur


Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Germany
Visualizing the inner life of microbes: Practices of single-molecule localization microscopy in microbiology



  • Pierre Bon

Laboratoire Photonique, Numérique et Nanosciences (LP2N)
Institut d’Optique, Bordeaux

Measuring the phase and intensity of the light to unlock 3D super-resolution in tissues

  • Christophe Leterrier

Neuropathophysiology Institute (INP, CNRS-Aix Marseille University UMR 7051), Marseille
The axonal cytoskeleton at the nanoscale

  • Lydia Danglot

Inserm, Institut de Psychiatrie et Neurosciences de Paris, IPNP, Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne, Paris
Multicolor super resolution microscopy : from probes to statistical analysis.

  • Thomas Grégor

Unité Physique des fonctions biologiques, Institut Pasteur, Paris
Single-molecule and sub-diffraction limited insights into embryo development using microscopy

  • Benoit Lelandais

Unité Imagerie et modélisation, Institut Pasteur, Paris
ZOLA-3D: an optimal 3D single molecule localization method for superresolution microscopy using realistic modeling of the point spread function by phase retrieval

  • Cécile Leduc

Institut Pasteur, Paris
Molecular architecture of intermediate filaments

Speakers invited by companies

  • Sian Culley,
    UCL , London (invited by Andor)
    SRRF and SQUIRREL: Open-source analytics for super-resolution microscopy
  • Guy Malkinson, 
    Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology, Collège de France, Paris (invited by Bitplane)
    In-vivo studies of zebrafish vasculature dynamics using novel contrast-generating mechanisms​
  • Alejandro  Tejada Arranz,
    Institut Pasteur, Paris  (invited by Abbelight)
    Subcellular distribution of the Helicobacter pylori RNA degradosome, a major actor in post-transcriptional regulation

Speakers from companies

  • Rym Boudjemaa (Abbelight)
    Entering the nanoworld: imaging single molecules in 3D
  • Sebastien Bellow (Andor)
    SRRF, the Dragonfly real time super-resolution modality
  • Georgia Golfis (Bitplane)
    What’s new in Imaris
  • Jordan Moser (Nikon)
    Bring high-resolution, high-content imaging to life
  • Gustavo Moraes  (Leica)
    THUNDER Imaging: see through the haze
  • Michael Morehead (syGlass)
    syGlass: Visualization, Annotation, and Communication of Very Large Image Volumes in Virtual Reality
  • David Wiles (arivis)
    Vision 4D, In view R
  • Janina Hanne (Abberior-instruments)
    Sted microscopy and beyond
  • Sarawuth Wantha (Amira)
    Advances in 3D Image Processing Automation in Amira Software for Life Sciences



Institut Pasteur, Education Center and centre Francois Jacob, May 13-17, 2018

(May 13-17th) will be  supervised by the representatives from the companies invited to the workshop.These demonstrations will take place at the  Education center of Institut Pasteur and centre François Jacob). A limited number of visits are scheduled during those times. For security reasons please note that all visitors must have an individual appointment. Below is a current listing of materials presented  by the companies.



Social building 06, Module 5


DAISY : Dual-view Astigmatism
Imaging with SAF Yield

François Jacob building 28, Tech Lab



François Jacob building 28, Tech Lab


Amira Software for Life Sciences

François Jacob building 26, Aquarium


Vision 4D, InView R

Education Center


Imaris Software

Education Center


Thunder Imaging system                                  

Social building 06, Module 5


N-SIM S Super Resolution Microscope

François Jacob building 28, Tech Lab

Syglass/IstoVisio, Inc.


François Jacob building 26, Aquarium


Company stands

  • Argolight
  • Hamamatsu
  • Optoprim
  • Thermofisher



More informations

5 days
Organization committee

Education Department : Thierry Lang, Virginie Ponticelli, Hervé Waxin
UTechS Photonic BioImaging (Imagopole)/C2RT : Nathalie Aulner, Elric Esposito, Julien Fernandes,  Lesly Raulin, Audrey Salles
Image Analysis Hub/C2RT : Jean-Yves Tinevez


Institut Pasteur, 28 rue du Dr Roux, 75015 Paris 

Symposium: Centre François Jacob
Demonstrations: Education center/ Centre François Jacob
Contacts :

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