The 3rd Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy International Conference is taking place mainly at The Edge, Sheffield.Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy (LSFM) has recently re-emerged with the implementation of fluorescence-based instruments, and is on the verge of becoming a major and routine technique in such fields as Developmental Biology, Cell Biology, Systems Biology and Oncology.
Variants include Single Plane Illumination Microscopy (SPIM), Digitally Scanned Lightsheet Microscopy (DSLM), Ultramicroscopy, Objective-Coupled Planar Microscopy (OCPI), Oblique Plane Microscopy (OPM), Multidirectional SPIM (mSPIM), Bessel-Beam-based Lightsheet Microscopy, and Individual Molecule Localization SPIM (IML-SPIM). Since 2009, a broad community of scientists involved in the development of LSFM has gathered yearly to celebrate the LSFM International Workshop.
We are happy to invite you to live presentation of our 3D/4D imaging software arivis Vision4D for fast and easy 3D/4D visualization and analysis of multidimensional microscopy datasets (e.g. acquired from Lightsheet Fluorescence Microscopes) up to a size of several terabytes.
August 31st - September 3rd, 2016
University of Sheffield, Firth Hall / The Edge
Topics of interest
- Lightsheet live imaging and its application in biology
- High-speed, high-resolution, low-light technology innovation
- Ultramicroscopy and optical clearing
- Image analysis and big data challenges in lightsheet imaging
- Lightsheet engineering
- Multi-user and open source solutions
Scientific Organising Committee: Dr Sarah Baxendale, Professor John Girkin, Dr Yan Gu, Dr Jan Huisken, Dr Philippe Laissue, Dr Tanya Whitfield