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Fluorescence Microscopy Workshop V - On cutting edge technolologies

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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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Institut Pasteur
16-20th March 2020
March, 11th
In English

The teaching department and  the C2RT  is organizing  the fourth Fluorescence Workshop including both symposium (March 17th 2020 and  demonstration (March 16-20th). This workshop will be held on the campus and will run for until Friday, march 20th, 2020.
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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(dead line, March 11, 2020)

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SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM

Institut Pasteur, François Jacob Auditorium, March 17, 2020

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

Emmanuel G. Reynaud - Institut Pasteur

 

EMMANUEL G. REYNAUD

Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science
UCD Centre for Biomedical Engineering 
Twitter:@ReynaudEmmanuel

Light Sheet Microscopy for the masses

Abstract: Light Sheet Illumination is a very versatile system to image biological samples. From Super resolution to entire cleared mice the Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy has exploded and has been implemented in more than 120 variations and acronyms. It combines low phototoxicity with higher signal to noise ratio as well as a very dynamic and resourceful community providing not only open source designs but also advanced image processing solutions. The talk will guide you across time (15 years) and space to explore the possibility that this technology has to offer.

 

 

Speakers

  • Jean-Léon Maitre
    Institut Curie
    Mechanics of blastocyst morphogenesis
     
  • Capucine Grandjean 
    Institut Pasteur
    Dissecting the mechanism of action of anti-CD20 therapy using intravital imaging
     
  • Rut  Carballido-Lopez 
    Micallis, INRAE
    Morphogenetic role, ultrastructure and dynamics of actin-like assemblies in Bacillus subtilis
     
  • Anna Pepe
    Institut Pasteur
    Correlative cryo-electron microscopy reveals the structure of TNTs in neuronal cells
     
  • Edouard Bertrand 
    IGMM, Montpellier
    Large-scale imaging of single mRNPs reveals new insights into RNA localization and translation
     
  • Ralph Palmisano
    Optical Imaging Center Erlangen (OICE)
    A comparative study of novel mScarlet FP against standard FPs in live and fixed samples
     
  • Romain Levayer 
    Institut Pasteur
    Fine tuning of cell death by mechanical feedbacks: from epithelial homeostasis to cell competition
     
  • Jean-Christophe Olivo-Marin
    Institut Pasteur
    Bioimage analysis
     
  • Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux
    MicroPICell, Université de Nantes
    Software tools and methods for correlative microscopies
     
  • Akos Diosdi 
    Biological Research Centre (BRC), Szeged, Hungary 
    Metric-based solutions for single-cell spheroid analysis to identify the best optical clearing protocols  

Speakers from companies

  • Frédéric Eghiaian (Abberior)
    Novel capabilities for confocal, STED and SMLM microscopy
     
  • Hervé Gautier (Olympus)
    Olympus X Line High-Performance Objectives: Breaking Barriers
     
  • Jean-Luc Tapié (Coherent)
    New laser sources for multi-photon imaging
     
  • Patrice Mascalchi (DRVISION/  Aivia )
    Machine learning powered 2D and 3D object segmentation and tracking
     
  • Michel Biocco Bruker
    The lastest developments in multiphoton : See More and Do More
     
  • Jordan Moser (Zeiss)
    Lattice SIM, easy access to 3D super resolution live-cell imaging
     
  • Clément Laigle (Leica)
    Tau STED
     
  • Sebastien Bellow (Andor)
    High Speed & High Quality Multi-Modal Imaging Platform
     
  • Nicolas Bourg (Abbelight)
    Entering the nanoworld: 3D multicolor imaging of single molecules)
     
  • Lindsay Marshall (Syglass)
    The Future of Data Exploration: Visualize, Annotate and Communicate 3D data in VR

     

DEMONSTRATIONS-PROGRAM

(March 16-20th) 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.

 

Open Source Microscopy

Light sheet initiative

Emmanuel Reynaud

emmanuel.reynaud@ucd.ie

Education
Center

Abberrior

Stedycon

Frédéric Eghiaian

f.eghiaian@abberior-instruments.com

Education
Center

Abbelight

SAFe 360

Nicolas
Bourg

nbourg@abbelight.com

Education
Center

Andor

Andor Dragonfly 500

Sébastien
Bellow

s.bellow@andor.com

Education
Center

DRVISION/  Aivia 

Aivia Image Analysis Software

Patrice Mascalchi

patricem@drvtechnologies.com

Education Center

Amira

Amira Software for Life Sciences.

 Alejandra  Sanchez-Erostegui

 alejandra.sanchez-erostegui@thermofisher.com

François Jacob building 26, Aquarium

Bruker /Coherent

Luxendo (QuVu)
  Ultima 2Pplus coupled to Chameleon Discovery TPC

Michel Biocco

Luc
Moog

michel.biocco@bruker.com

luc.moog@coherent.com

Education
Center

Leica

Thunder 3D live Cell

Loic D’Eramo 

Loic.Deramo@leica-microsystems.com

Education
Center

Nikon

 N-SIM S Super Resolution Microscope

Stéphanie Zarka

stephanie.zarka@nikon.fr 

Education
Center

Olympus

Olympus IXplore SpinSR SoRa

Herve Gautier

herve.gautier@olympus.fr

Education
Center

Syglass

SyGlass

Lindsay
Marshall

lindsay@syglass.io

François Jacob building 26,
Atrium 

Zeiss Light sheet Z1  Emmanuel Elias emmanuel.elias@zeiss.com Education
Center

COMPAGNY STANDS

  • Hamamatsu
  • Optoprim
  • Oxxius
  • Thermofisher
  • Tebu
  • Linnowave

More informations

Duration
5 days
Organization Committee

Education Department : Thierry Lang, Virginie Ponticelli, Hervé Waxin

UTechS Photonic BioImaging (Imagopole)/C2RT : Nathalie Aulner,  Julien Fernandes, Lesly Raulin,  Audrey Salles,

Image Analysis Hub/C2RT : Stéphane Rigaud

Location

Institut Pasteur, 28 rue du Dr Roux, 75015 Paris 

Symposium: Centre François Jacob
Demonstrations: Education center/ Centre François Jacob
Contacts : thierry.lang@pasteur.fr; audrey.salles@pasteur.fr; julien.fernandes@pasteur.fr, stephane.rigaud@pasteur.fr

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