Focus on Microscopy 1999 - Scientists - Multiphoton Technology

Frank-Martin Haar Frank-Martin.Haar at EMBL-Heidelberg.de
Tue Mar 23 19:24:40 EST 1999


A phantastic opportunity to meet well-kmown scientists and an excellent
chance to see and to compare the latest equipment for confocal and
multiphoton fluorescence microscopy.  Attend an excellent meeting and see
the most recent technological developments.

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FOCUS ON MICROSCOPY 1999

12th International Conference on 3D Image Processing in Microscopy
11th International Conference on Confocal Microscopy
April 11th-15th, 1999
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany

http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/Conferences/FocusOnMicroscopy

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Dear all,

we would like to invite you to attend this years "Focus on Microscopy"
conference.

Many of the well known scientists in this field will present their recent
progress.

Here is a list of the plenary speakers:
	- G.J. Brakenhoff, Amsterdam
	- Christoph Cremer, Heidelberg
	- Winfried Denk, Murray Hill
	- Timothy Holmes, Watervliet
	- Anthony A. Hyman, Heidelberg
	- Stefan Hell, Goettingen
	- Satoshi Kawata, Osaka
	- Karsten König, Jena
	- Andres Kriete, Giessen
	- Ulrich Kubitscheck, Muenster
	- Eric Manders, Amsterdam
	- Colin Sheppard, Sydney
	- Ernst H.K. Stelzer, Heidelberg
	- Kevin F Sullivan, La Jolla
	- Tony Wilson, Oxford
	- Daniele Zink, Munich

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The commercial exhibition offers an excellent overview.  The modern
instruments of all major microscope manufacturers as well as microscope
accessories are on display. This is the 1999 event focussed on microscopy in
Europe.

Highlights of the commercial exhibition include:

Hamamatsu Photonics: ORCA Series - state of the art digital imaging
	· Progressive scan interline transfer CCD with 1280x1024 pixel
	· Lens-on-chip technology, TE cooling and optimized readout guarantee
highest sensitivity
	· Black & white cameras with 10-14 bit output
	· Color cameras with RGB matrix filter or filterwheel
	· Plug & play set incl. framegrabber and comfortable TWAIN driver available

Leica Microsystems GmbH: Two-Photon Confocal System Leica TCS MP -
http://www.llt.de/mp1.html

L.O.T. Oriel GmbH & Co KG:  Nanopositioning Unit and Fiber Laser

Molecular Probes: New fluorescent reagents for Cell Biology and Imaging
highly - Fluorescent 	Alexa dyes - click here for more details

Nikon GmbH: Two compact confocal microscopes + fully automatic motorized
research microscope

Olympus Optical Co. GmbH Confocal Laser-Scanning-Microscope with two-photon
excitation

Omicron Vakuumphysik GmbH  Scanning Near Field Optical Microscope (SNOM)

Visitron Systems GmbH: 2D/3D Fluorescence Imaging System based on Cooled
Digital Camera System

Wallac Distribution GmbH:
	1. EG&G Wallac LSR UltraView, confocal fluorescence microscope for "real
time" images. It is the first presentation of this instrument in Germany.
	2. EG&G Wallac Signifer, fluorescence microscope for recording images with
the time resolved fluorescence prinziple.
	3. EG&G Berthold NightOWL, a universal imaging system for low level
luminescence images.

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Do not miss this one and only opportunity to gather information about the
latest developments in microscopy.

Go ahead simply register online now:

http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/Conferences/FocusOnMicroscopy

Day tickets are available in Heidelberg.

Ernst H.K. Stelzer
Frank-Martin Haar

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Meeting Announcement:

FOCUS ON MICROSCOPY 1999

12th International Conference on 3D Image Processing in Microscopy
11th International Conference on Confocal Microscopy
April 11th-15th, 1999
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany

Confocal microscopy, multiphoton excitation and deconvolution techniques are
increasingly applied in the study of three-dimensional structures such as
are encountered in biology, medicine and material sciences.
Three-dimensional analysis and representation are crucial tasks in
subsequent data assessment. These conferences offer a most efficient meeting
point for developers and users working in these rapidly evolving fields and
play an important role in the dissemination of information about new
developments. Special attention will be given to the dramatic developments
in live cell imaging and manipulation, such as the role of the green
fluorescent protein.
Further information:

http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/Conferences/FocusOnMicroscopy


Local Organizing Committee:
Dr. Ernst H.K. Stelzer, EMBL, Heidelberg
Prof. G.J. Brakenhoff, University of Amsterdam
Dr. Andres Kriete, University of Giessen

Under the auspices of The International 3D Microscopy Society:
Prof. Colin Sheppard, University of Sydney
Dr. Andres Kriete, University of Giessen
Prof. G.J. Brakenhoff, University of Amsterdam
Prof. P-C. Cheng, SUNY at Buffalo
Prof. Tony Wilson, University of Oxford
Dr. Carol Cogswell, University of Sydney
Dr. Vyvyan Howard, University of Liverpool
Dr. Guy Cox, University of Sydney
Dr. Ernst H.K. Stelzer, EMBL
Prof. S. Kawata, Osaka University


Mailing address:
Focus on Microscopy 1999
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
Meyerhofstrasse 1
69117 Heidelberg
P.O. Box 102209
69012 Heidelberg
Germany

This e-mail was produced by Ernst H.K. Stelzer
EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany



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