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2018 Conference on Quantitative BioImaging (QBI)

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Registration for the 2018 Conference on Quantitative BioImaging (QBI) is open and space is limited! Those who have submitted abstracts for the conference are being given the chance to register first before the registration availability is publicly advertised. Space is limited, so please, as soon as possible, register online at: https://www. quantitativebioimaging.com/apps/registration/

As in previous years, we have no registration fee for academic participants. Space is limited so please register as early as possible. The details of the program are being finalized by the organizers and will be made available on the conference website.

Information on hotels near the conference location is available on the conference website. The listed hotels are within walking distance of public bus stops. General details about the public bus routes to and from and the conference site are available on the website.

This will be the sixth conference in this series focusing on the quantitative analysis of bioimaging data in an interdisciplinary manner, and is to be held from January 4-6, 2018, at the Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen, Germany. It will bring together researchers from engineering, (bio)physics, biology, and chemistry who work on quantitative aspects of microscopy.

Our Keynote Speakers are:

  •  Stefan Hell, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry,
    Göttingen, Germany.
  •  Paul French, Imperial College London, London, UK.
  •  Theo Lasser, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne,
    Switzerland.

2018 Meeting Special Sessions: 

In addition to contributed sessions we are planning a diverse range
of special sessions including:

  •  Digital microscopy and image informatics
  •  Software design for quantitative microscopy image analysis

To obtain email updates regarding the conference, please subscribe to
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• November 2, 2017


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