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Session Optical Microscopy I

Tuesday, July 1st 2014, 11:30 - 11:45

Time

PresentationType
11:30Alexander Savitsky
Combined study of the FRET in genetically encoded fuse proteins by quantum chemical, molecular dynamic and fluorescence lifetime correlation spectroscopy (FLCS)
Oral Lecture

Tuesday, July 1st 2014, 15:30 - 17:00

Time

PresentationType
15:30Christoph Cremer
Super-resolution microscopy
Keynote Lecture
15:55Rainer Heintzmann
Structured illumination microscopy
Invited Lecture
16:15Stefan Jakobs
RESOLFT live-cell super-resolution microscopy
Invited Lecture
16:35Marcel Leutenegger
Super-resolution optical fluctuation microscopy
Invited Lecture
16:55Thomas Bruns, Katharina Bleicher, Sarah Schickinger and Herbert Schneckenburger
Microscopy Device for Rotation of 3-Dimensional Specimens
Poster Presentation

Session Optical Microscopy II

Wednesday, July 2nd 2014, 9:45 - 11:45

Time

PresentationType
9:45Jörg Wrachtrup
Magnetooptics at the nano scale
Invited Lecture
10:05Karsten König
Optical Biopsies using Multiphoton/CARS Tomography
Invited Lecture
10:25Francesco Pampaloni
Light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) reduces phototoxic effects and provides new means for the modern life sciences
Invited Lecture
10:45Herbert Schneckenburger, Thomas Bruns, Sarah Schickinger, Petra Weber and Michael Wagner
Axial resolution in wide-field microscopy: from TIRF to light sheet based fluorescence microscopy
Invited Lecture
11:05Sarah Schickinger, Thomas Bruns, Rainer Wittig and Herbert Schneckenburger
Nanosecond Ratio Imaging of Redox States in Tumor Cell Spheroids using Light Sheet-based Illumination
Oral Lecture
11:20Thomas Bruns, Sarah Schickinger and Herbert Schneckenburger
Light Sheet Illumination Module for Wide-Field Microscopes
Poster Presentation
11:25Michael Wagner, Petra Weber and Herbert Schneckenburger
Nanotopology of Cell Adhesion upon Variable-Angle Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy (VA-TIRFM)
Poster Presentation
11:30Petra Weber, Michael Wagner, Sarah Schickinger and Herbert Schneckenburger
Fluorescence Spectra and Lifetime Imaging upon Apoptosis: From 2D to 3D tumor cells
Poster Presentation
11:35Romualdas Rudys, Saulius Bagdonas, Gailutė Kirdaitė and Ričardas Rotomskis
Application of steady state and time-resolved fluorescence techniques for microscopic discrimination of sensitized tissues ex vivo
Poster Presentation
11:40Verena Richter and Herbert Schneckenburger
Light Scattering Microscopy – An Appropriate Tool for Probing Apoptosis and Tumor Cell Recognition?
Poster Presentation

Session Optical Microscopy III

Wednesday, July 2nd 2014, 13:00 - 14:55

Time

PresentationType
13:00Alexander Savitsky, Alexander Goryashenko, Maria Khrenova and Alexander Nemukhin
Combined quantum chemical, molecular dynamic and fluorescence lifetime correlation spectroscopy (FLCS) study of the FRET between red fluorescent proteins.
Invited Lecture
13:20Angelika Rueck, Carmen Hauser, Patrick Schaefer, Bjoern von Einem, Christine von Arnim and Sviatlana Kalinina
Investigation of cell metabolism by FLIM and PLIM
Invited Lecture
13:40Wolfgang Becker, Samual Frere and Inna Slutsky
Spatially Resolved Recording of Transient Fluorescence-Lifetime Effects by Line-Scanning TCSPC
Invited Lecture
14:00Stefan Krause, Martin Hartmann and Christian von Borczyskowski
Tracking of Single Ag Clusters in Nanostructured Water Films
Oral Lecture
14:15George A. Stanciu, Denis E. Tranca, Radu Hristu, Catalin Stoichita and Stefan G. Stanciu
Scattering scanning near field optical microscopy used for nanoscale investigations
Invited Lecture
14:35Raoul-Amadeus Lorbeer, Marko Heidrich, Georgios Antonopoulos, Heiko Meyer and Tammo Ripken
Three-dimensional imaging of mesoscopic specimens using transmission, scattering and fluorescence
Oral Lecture
14:50Ahmed Elmaklizi, Jan Schäfer and Alwin Kienle
Simulating the scanning of a focused beam through scatteringmedia using numerical solution of Maxwell's equations
Poster Presentation