Cryotechnologies in electron microscopy
France BioImaging will participate actively at the EMC 2016, in Lyon with two special sessions and a booth :
1) Big Data session sunday 28/09
Regulator: Nick Schryvers et Roger Wepf
- 15:30-15:35 Welcome & Introduction (EMS)
- 15:35-15:50 Welcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression – S. Besson (University of Dundee, UK)
- 15:50-16:05 First steps towards big data in Electron Microscopy: open data – Andy Stewart (Dept of Physics and Energy)
- 16:05-16:20 Large Data: Fast to Find, Quick to View – Dr Shwarb (Imagic / Arivis)
- 16:20-16:35 Sharing microscopy images and processing applications – Jean Salamero (FBI, CNRS, Institut Curie, France)
- 16:35-16:50 Centralized computing and storage in a large decentralized microscopy environment – Dr Ziegler (Center for Microscopy and Image Analysis, University of Zurich)
- 16:50-17:20 title (CERN, CH)
- 17:20-17h50 Panel discussion
2) ‘Microscopy Networks’, lunch workshop mercredi 31/08
- 12:30-12:35 Introduction – Thierry Epicier
- 12:35-12:50 Electron microscopy in INSTRUCT: the key role for a center on image processing – José L. Carrascosa
- 12:50-1:05 pm ESTEEM2: An European Integrated Infrastructure of Electron Microscopy facilities – Etienne Snoeck
- 1:05-1:15 Atomic Resolution Cluster – a national electron microscopy infrastructure for Sweden – Crispin Hetherington
- 1:15-1:25 Presentation of the French Microscopy Infrastructure “METSA” – Mathieu Kociak
- 1:25-1:35 The Spanish TEM network – Cesar Magen
- 1:35-1-45 The French infrastructure in BioImaging (FBI) as a Node of the EuroBioImaging Infrastructure – Jean Salamero
- 1:45-1:50 The French Infrastructure for Integrated Structural Biology (FRISBI) – Bruno Klaholz
- 1:50-2:00 The mission for inter-disciplinarity at CNRS: microscopy networks – Catherine Clerc
- 2:00- Wrap-up – Etienne Snoeck, José Maria Carazo, José L. Carrascosa
3) Networks & Infrastructures Booth
FBI, FRISBI, les réseaux de la MI CNRS (RTMFM, RCCM, REMISOL), le réseau des microscopistes de l’INRA (RµI), METSA.
See you on our booth !
Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique centre, France
May 25-27, 2016
The SSIAB 2016 is part of a cycle of Danish-French conference, initiated in 1996 and held every two years alternately in Denmark and France. This 11th edition will take place in May 25-27 2016 in Rennes (Bretagne) at the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (Inria) Centre. It is jointly organized by the Serpico team of Inria, the Mathematics research institute IRMAR of the University of Rennes 1 and the Inra Institute of Genetics, Environment and Plant Protection (IGEPP).
This workshop is devoted to spatial statistics and image analysis and their applications in biology (e.g. agriculture, epidemiology, ecology, health and environment). It aims to bring together a limited number of participants (40 max.) interested in spatial statistics in general and specifically applied to biological problems. Each participant makes a presentation. Most participants come regularly to these meetings but new speakers (not necessarily French or Danish) are invited to each edition. Part of the presentations is reserved for ending PhD students and young researchers. This event is part of the thematic semester “Statistics” of the Centre Henri Lebesgue.
This international meeting on statistics applied to biological problematics will be the opportunity to meet international experts on the field to increase the visibility of this issue in the laboratory and in the community. The interventions of speakers and exchanges are likely to develop new partnerships and increase the involvement of IRMAR, INRA and INRIA colleagues on this topic.
Organization board: Bernard Delyon, Frédéric Lavancier, Charles Kervrann, Melen Leclerc
Institut interdisciplinaire de Neuroscience, Bordeaux
5-6 April, 2016
Registration (by e-mail):
Deadline abstract submission:
In the frame of the thematic actions of the GDR MIV (http://gdr-miv.fr/) and in association with France Bioimaging (https://france-bioimaging.org/), we are happy to announce the first French workshop on “Light sheet Fluorescence Microscopy” which will be held from the 5th to the 6th of April at the Institut Interdisciplinaire de Neurosciences in Bordeaux. The aim of this workshop will be to synergize the efforts, to share experience and to drive this technology and its applications forward. It will play an important role in the growth of the field by providing not only a forum for developers but also by its specific aim of bringing together the users. This workshop will be an opportunity to learn more about this emerging technology and its applications in our/your research. This workshop of contributed talks will cover the state of the art as well as the recent advances in Light sheet Microscopy.
Registration to this event is free but mandatory. It includes coffee breaks and lunch. We ask all participants to register simply by email to email@example.com – indicating in the subject LSFM, and specifying your name and affiliation. Upon registration, everyone can submit an abstract of their research project for a possible oral presentation or eposters.
We look forward to seeing you in Bordeaux!
Corinne Lorenzo, Philippe Girard and Jean Baptiste Sibarita.
Dear colleagues, dear partners
On behalf of the French Society of Microscopy SFµ, we would like to warmly welcome you in the charming and cultural city of Lyon for the 16th European Microscopy Congress – EMC2016, from August 28th to September 2nd, 2016, organized under the auspices of the European Microscopy Society (EMS) and the International Federation of Microscopy Societies (IFSM).
After having hosted the International Congress on Electron Microscopy in Grenoble in 1970, then in Paris in 1994, it is a great pleasure and a great honour for us to invite you to be part of this new international event on microscopy that will be again in France.
Since the 12th European Congress on Electron Microscopy EUREM in Brno, Czech Republic in 2000, this European meeting, which is held every four years, has evolved to cover not only electron microscopy but a much larger panel of all the microscopies. We clearly intend to promote in the next EMC2016 a pluri- and multi-disciplinary atmosphere, mixing, photonic, near field, ionic and electron-based approaches, with an extension to complementary techniques such as spectroscopies, atom probe and X-ray tomography.
Our goal is to organize an unforgettable meeting for all attendees, and offer you, as partner companies and exhibitors, fruitful conditions to participate, animate, exchange, and show to the whole community all your expertise and new products, on booths or during workshop sessions. This remains a definitive driving force for better knowledge and advances not only in microscopies, but more generally in science for the human being safety, care and comfort.
France-Bioimaging will participate to the workshop lunch and will have a stand.
This is the 3rd edition of the annual symposium on Bioimage Informatics, organized by the GdR 2588 (Functional Microscopy of living organisms) and supported by France Bioimaging.
The workshop will feature two sessions covering rapidly developing topics of Bioimage Informatics:
Computational Imaging (Nov. 23rd): this session aims at gathering the computational and physical approaches that support imaging methods. This includes talks on inverse problems, compressed sensing, source separation and super-resolution. Presented applications will include many different imaging techniques including confocal microscopy, super resolution microscopy, Optical Projection Tomography, TIRF microscopy.
Computational Phenotyping (Nov. 24th): this session focuses on the automatic analysis of imaging data to derive biological information across different scales. This involves techniques for image segmentation and quantification, machine learning and statistics. Applications will cover different scales of organization (from cells to organisms) and will include examples from High Content Screening, plant phenotyping and spatial transcriptomics.
Additionally, this year’s edition will feature an interactive Poster/Demo session on Nov. 23rd (after the oral session). Posters will have to be introduced by their presenters in the form of a short (~2-minute) oral presentation prior to the session. Demos are dedicated to participants who wish to showcase some software or (small-sized) equipment linked to the topics of the workshop, where a poster format might be less adapted. We therefore warmly invite all participants to come and showcase their work!
The international conference “Physical chemistry of the cell : innovative bioimaging” (PhysChemCell2015) will be held in Orsay at the Curie Institute (Bat 111, campus of Paris Sud University) from 4th to 6th November 2015.
The conference will bring together an interdisciplinary community to discuss the latest advances in the fields of analytical cell imaging. Conference topics will cover cell signaling and trafficking studies, the development of new organic, inorganic or genetically encoded probes, innovative imaging contrasts and instruments, and will explore their potential for in vivo and biomedical applications.
Confirmed plenary speakers: Philippe Bastiaens (Dortmund), Nicolas Bezieres (Munich), Stefan Jakobs (Göttingen), Kai Johnsson (Genève), Abraham Koster (Leiden)
Organizing commitee: Larbi Amazit (Institut Biomédical de Bicêtre), Céline Boutin (CEA Saclay), Cedric Bouzigues (LOB Palaiseau), Catherine Chapon (IDMIT Fontenay-aux-Roses), Ariane Deniset (LCP Orsay), Sandrine Lecart (CLUPS Orsay), Amélie Leforestier (LPS Orsay), Florence Mahuteau (Institut Curie Orsay), Anne Mantel (Institut Biomédical de Bicêtre), Rachel Méallet-Renault (ISMO Orsay), Fabienne Merola (LCP Orsay), Valérie Nicolas (IPSIT Châtenay-Malabry), Oliver Nusse (IBAIC Orsay), Robert Pansu (ENS Cachan), Matthieu Refregiers (SOLEIL Saint-Aubin), Béatrice Satiat-Jeunemaitre (ISV et Imagif Gif-sur-Yvette), Marie-Noelle Soler (Institut Curie Orsay), Marie-Paule Teulade-Fichou (Institut Curie Orsay), François Treussart (LAC Orsay), Boris Vauzeilles (ICSN Gif-sur-Yvette).
Contact of organizing commitee: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Working Group ‘Metrology methods in Microscopy’ from the french Multi-dimensional Fluorescence photonic Microscopy Technological Network (RTmfm) of the CNRS Mission for Interdisciplinarity organizes a thematic workshop entitled ‘From standard metrology to super-resolution metrology’. It will be held from the 1st to 3rd of December 2015, in Bordeaux (33).
More information: Atelier-thematique-de-metrologie-2015-programme
Registration deadline: 11th november 2015 (number of participants limited to 15)
The international conference on Adaptive Optics and Wavefront Control in Microscopy and Ophthalmology, which will be held 5 – 7 October 2015 in Paris, France.
In recent years, wavefront modulation techniques have started to play a key role in modern microscopy and ophthalmology, as they enable pushing back the limits of resolution, speed, penetration depth, etc. The conference aims to bring together researchers from around the world who develop and use wavefront modulation techniques.
The conference will be organized in five sessions:
- Adaptive optics methods
- Wavefront control in scattering tissue
- Novel techniques in microscopy
- Applications in biology
- Retinal imaging
- Emmanuel Beaurepaire (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France)
- “Multicolor and light-sheet excitation approaches for high-content multiphoton imaging of tissues”
- Meng Cui (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, USA)
- “Wavefront control for in vivo fluorescence microscopy”
- Chris Dainty (University College London, London, Great-Britain)
- “Adaptive optics, from big science to the lab and clinic”
- Delphine Débarre (Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France)
- “Spatial variations of optical aberrations within complex tissues”
- Wolfgang Drexler (Medical University Vienna, Vienna, Austria)
- “Compact AO-OCT”
- Valentina Emiliani (Université Paris V, Paris, France)
- “Wave front shaping and optogenetics”
- Na Ji (Janelia Farm Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, USA)
- “Adaptive optical microscopy and wavefront shaping for in vivo brain imaging”
- Jerome Mertz (Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
- “Wide-field adaptive optics without guide stars”
- Michel Paques (Institut de la Vision, Paris, France)
- “Adaptive optics as a tool for the in vivo exploration of photoreceptor substructures”
- Anne Sentenac (Institut Fresnel, Marseille, France)
- “Super-resolution in marker-free optical far-field microscopy: The interest of digital reconstruction”
- Mickaël Tanter (Institut Langevin, Paris, France)
- “New perspectives for Ultrasound in the brain : fUltrasound imaging and Ultrasound Localization Microscopy”
Scientific and organizing committee: Marie Blavier, Claude Boccara, Laurent Bourdieu, Sylvain Gigan, Marie Glanc, Jean-François Leger, GÃerard Rousset and Cathie Ventalon
Venue: Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, 1 rue Jussieu, 75005 Paris (5th arrondissement)
Conference website : http://aomicro.sciencesconf.org
The 2015 edition continues the successful SMLMS series Lausanne 2012, Frankfurt 2013, London 2014.
The scope of the meeting is to bring together scientists working in the field of single-molecule super-resolution imaging.
This includes, as examples, the following topics:
- development of new optical methods
- development of new probes and labeling strategies
- applications to biological questions
- new algorithms for data analysis
- and others.
Bordeaux has a striving high resolution imaging community, where single-molecule imaging takes a central stage. Moreover, end of August is a very nice time of year in Bordeaux.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
=> Note that grants for registration are available, see details on Registration tag!
List of invited speakers:
- Eric BETZIG – Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn – US. 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
- Antoine TRILLER – Institut de biologie de l’École Normale Supérieure, IBENS Paris – FR
- Virgile ADAM – Institut de biologie structurale, IBS, Grenoble – FR
- Pierre BON – University of Bordeaux, LP2N, Talence – FR
- Daniel CHOQUET – University of Bordeaux, IINS, Bordeaux – FR
- Maxime DAHAN – Institut Curie, UMR168, Paris – FR
- Jörg ENDERLEIN – University of Goettingen (UG), Göttingen – DE
- Cristina FLORS – IMdea-Nanosciences, Madrid – SP
- Gregory GIANNONE – University of Bordeaux, IINS, Bordeaux – FR
- Johan HOFKENS – University of Leuven (UCL), Leuven – BE
- Ralf JUNGMANN – Max Planck Institute (MPG), Martinsried – DE
- Kathrin LANG – University of Muenchen (TUM), München – DE
- Suliana MANLEY – Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne – CH
- Jacob PIEHLER – University of Osnabrueck Biophysik, Osnabrück – DE
- Joshua VAUGHAN – University of Washington (UW), Seattle – US
Mike HEILEMANN – University of Frankfurt, PTC, Frankfurt – DE
Helge EWERS – Free University of Berlin, ICB, Berlin – DE
Aleksandra RADENOVIC – Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne – CH
The 5° edition is co-organized by:
Jean-Baptiste SIBARITA, Institut interdisciplinaire de neurosciences (IINS), Bordeaux – FR
Laurent COGNET, Laboratoire Photonique Numérique et Nanosciences (LP2N), Institut d’Optique Graduate School (IOGS), Talence – FR
Symposium website: http://smlms2015.sciencesconf.org/
EuBIAS, an Open Community Meeting
EuBIAS 2015, January 5-6, Institut Curie in Paris, France.
The European BioIMage Analysis Symposium (2nd Edition) aims at enhancing the usage of analysis tools and to increase the communication within the image analysis community. Developers from various software packages and libraries are invited for presenting their recent activities and Image analysts and biologists will then be updated with the latest scene of the tool development, and at the same time are expected to provide feedback and to get in direct contact with the developers of the tools that they are using in everyday research. Moreover, we will discuss on the further development of image analysis community.
Community Status Quo, Open Software Showcase, Developers Updates ,Sponsors Session, Posters session, Community Discussion, Actions, Future of the community.
QBI, a conference focused on Quantitative BioImage
2015 Quantitative BioImaging Conference, January 7-9, Institut Pasteur in Paris, France.
The development of a conference on Quantitative Bioimaging (3rd Edition) followed from the recognition that there is no conference to date that addresses the analysis of bioimaging data in a focused and interdisciplinary manner. Therefore the emphasis of our single track conference will be the presentation and detailed discussion of methodological advances. We hope to have many of the major researchers in quantitative imaging represented at the conference. We plan to have a very interactive meeting with the opportunity for significant scientific exchange between the participants. We hope to attract contributors with differing backgrounds in biology, chemistry, physics and engineering.
We will introduce several interesting features into the conference: Oral presentations will focus around introductory and survey presentations on topics of importance and will be followed by topical “plenary” poster sessions. In addition, we will also have a session and roundtable discussion on the development and maintenance of software in a laboratory environment.
REGISTRATIONS ARE FREE OF CHARGE BUT MANDATORY
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT AND REGISTER NOW !
2nd International Conference on
Physics and Biological Systems
June 24-27 2014, Gif-sur-Yvette
Registrations are now open for the second International Conference on Physics and Biological Systems, held on June 24-27 2014 in Gif-sur-Yvette, in the south of Paris.
Registration, abstract submission and additional information are on the conference website:
The deadline for early registration and poster abstract submission is May 15th.
Looking forward to seeing you in Gif next summer,
The organizing comittee