In the morning lectures are dealing with theory, mechanics, and application of wide-field and fluorescent imaging methods are followed by practical software demonstrations. In the afternoon students work in small groups of three in extended laboratory practical’s on high end confocal or imaging microscope set-ups. Each group is coached by a specialist in microscopy. In the late afternoon and evening students work and analyze their data with high end computer workstations using state of the art image analysis and visualization software packages.
The attendees have to prepare a protocol of their work during the week. The protocols will be presented at the end of the course on Friday afternoon using Microsoft Power Point.
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Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg
Microscopy and Image Analysis Platform (MIAP)
Life Imaging Center (LIC)
Center for Biological Systems Analysis (ZBSA)
Dr. Roland Nitschke (LIC, Freiburg University)
November 13th – 17th 2017