A 3-day advanced workshop covering sophisticated methods of imaging techniques on widefield and confocal systems and image analysis with specialized software.
The Life Imaging Center (LIC) hosts more than 20 microscope systems. For this reason, most modern microscopic techniques can be performed in the facility. The LIC has a major focus on live cell imaging of all kind of cells, organisms and culture systems used in cell signaling research,developmental biologyand neurobiology. To provide the best experience and teaching to over 250 users of the facility, the LIC offers various microscopy workshops throughout the year. This advanced workshop is not limited to facility users and is equally suited for life science students, Ph.D. students, staff scientists and postdocs. The 3-day advanced workshop covers sophisticated methods of imaging techniques on widefield and confocal systems and image analysis with specialized software.
This workshop is dedicated to all researchers and research students dealing with microscopic image datasets who wish to learn how to acquire high-quality images, how to plan the experiments accordingly and how to analyse their data. The workshop includes theoretical presentations on basics in microscopy and hands-on / practical session directly at systems of the LIC facility.
Important: We overhauled and updated the well-know AIT workshop of the LIC facility. We split the former 5-day workshop into a 3-day basic workshop, the Basic Imaging Techniques (BIT) and a 3-day Advanced Imaging Techniques (AIT) workshop. The Advanced Imaging Techniques (AIT) workshop will take place from December 5th - 7th. The AIT workshop will have some requirements (experience in microscopy and imaging e.g. from the BIT workshop or as experienced LIC user). If you already attended the BIT workshop you will meet those requirements and are able to participate in the AIT workshop.
For this AIT workshop, prior knowledge in microscopy, and data analysis is required.
This workshop is open to everyone and NOT limited to LIC users.