Tentative schedule for the conferences:
Monday 28 MAY 2018
9:00 - registration
10:00 - 18:00 Lectures, posters, exhibits, lunch
19:00 - conference dinner
Tuesday 29 MAY 2018
9:00 - 17:00 Lectures, posters, exhibits, lunch
Invited Speakers (Confirmed)
Planned for Monday 28 MAY 2018
Prof. Jerker Widengren (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden) "STED imaging of spatial organization of proteins in cells - a possible basis for cancer diagnostics and to understand fundamental cellular disease mechanisms"
Dr. Daniel Jans (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden) "Super-Resolution Microscopy of Mitochondrial Protein Complexes"
Ass. Prof. Ilaria Testa (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden) "MoNaLISA: a gentle nanoscope for 3D-4D imaging of living cells"
Prof. Erwin Peterman (VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) "Super-resolution single-molecule studies in vitro and in vivo"
Planned for Tuesday 29 MAY 2018
Prof. Ralf Jungmann (Research Group "Molecular Imaging and Bionanotechnology", Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany)
Prof. Suliana Manley (Laboratory of Experimental Biophysics, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland) "High throughput localization microscopy for structural determination"
Dr. Francisco Balzarotti (Department of NanoBio Photonics, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, Germany) "Maximally informative photons in optical nanoscopy: pushing the spatio-temporal resolution in imaging and tracking"
Prof. Edward Lemke (EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany) "Tools to Decode Molecular Plasticity in the Dark Proteome"
As a special teaser/appetizer to properly prepare for the conference, we will host a pre-conference tutorial about superresolution optical microscopy, its photophysics and photochemistry, sample preparation and image processing techniques. In short, concise talks, our well-experienced speakers will provide us with all the background knowledge needed to fully enjoy the conference. Afterwards, there will be a cozily informal reception with snacks and drinks that will give us plenty of opportunity to mingle and get to know each other. This event is included in your conference fee so please feel free to join us!
Assoc. Prof. Ilaria Testa (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden) "RESOLFT and reversible switchable fluorescent proteins"
Prof. Jerker Widengren (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden) "Fluorescence-based superresolution imaging - photophysical considerations and some aspects regarding co-localization analyses"
Dr. Daniel Jans (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden) "Super-resolution microscopy support at SciLifeLab Stockholm"
When: tentatively 14:00 - 17:00 Sunday, May 27th, 2018
Where: Sölvegatan 16, Division of Solid State Physics, room K-space